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Unreal , guide was very informative and patient and knew everything . Very moving and interesting . Amazing time . Highly recommended .
Once again we have had a great guide through Viatour. Alun was his name. Very organized really knew his information and helped the memorial to come alive for us
A wonderful guide to this very thought provoking place made this trip very worthwhile and added a lot of information that wouldn't have been available
Jeff was friendly and included surprising details about the camp and its prisoners. Great tour.
I thought our guide was very informative. Would highly recommend
Keith did an excellent job of informing us about a very difficult subject. It was well organized and a powerful reminder of what humans are capable of, both the depravity of some and the ability to survive of others.
Very informative. Jeff was an excellent guide that weaved facts with his own perspective of the site and its history.
TOUR DIRECTOR WAS OUTSTANDING IN EXPLAINING AND ANSWERING ALL OUR QUESTIONS
So much history. Frank was outstanding. My husband and I learned a lot.
Very informative and satisfying tour. Alun our guide was very knowledgeable and respectful Recommend it for sure
This was a very moving experience. It was hard to imagine the horrors amidst what seems to be a fairly laidback and gentle looking town. Strongly recommended.
Our tour guide Anuschka was friendly, intelligent, and thought-provoking. The subject matter at hand is a serious one and certainly not "fun", but Anuschka respectfully explored the camp with us, explaining what we were looking at and answering our questions. Her background in history enables her to put things in context and to help you understand the relevence of what you are seeing about the past apply to today. It is a must-see, just to get a sense of the scale of what went on. Fascinating piece of history to have preserved.