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great tour. informative and the tour guide was always happy to help and answer any questions. With the cost of the train ticket u are looking at a total of about 20 euros. But it is well worth it. you wouldn't learn as much without going on this tour. take your own lunch too. No food for sale there
We had a wonderful guide--he was full of interesting information and great historical background. We would have never gotten as much from the tour had we gone on our own!
Very good , the guide Ryan was exellent i cant speak highly enough of him; the tour was just the right length and kept everyone even the younger ones interested.
It was my second time attending this tour and it keeps getting better and better I would highly recommend this to anyone!
Our tourguide, Mike, was great. he was very personable and helpful. He did a great job.
I'm glad I did this tour!
Excellent tour. Our guide david was great, as much of the camp has been demolished he told us where building used to be and what went on. It was a sad day but well worth a visit to see it first hand and the awful things that happened there. Its hard to believe a place like that ever existed. If your interested in History i would recommend this tour. You can get to the camp yourself but you really need the guide to explain the different areas of the camp and its worth it for £11. The only thing I didnt realise was that transport costs are not included in the tour price so you need to make sure you have train tickets.
Wonderful informative tour thanks to our tour Guide Ryan. He was so well informed and able to give us so much incite into the camp. This tour will stay with us for a long time.
Excellent guide - Ryan I think it was. He was very knowledgeable and we found it a very informative day. Somewhere that everyone who visits Berlin should go. You definitely need to book a tour rather than go there on your own as you find out so much more and can ask any questions.
Sachsenhausen tour was certainly memorable. It is a very worthwhile yet sombre day out. Worth doing if you are interested in Germany's darker past!
Mike was and insightful and informative guide who balanced information with empathy for his surroundings. It was a freezing day and it added to understanding just one element of unpleasantness suffered at this place. Confronting, moving, a must to go see to make sure we never forget.