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Wonderful guide made this depressing place a little more bearable.
Loved the tour. It wAs a very humbling experience, and the memorial site is respectfully preserved. I really appreciated how honest our German guide was about World War II. She helped me see how much guilt is wrapped up in this country over that time in history. Recommended!
Although it was hot and this place is not something one does for pleasure, I would not have missed it. The guide was very, very knowledgeable and pleasant. I highly recommend the tour.
You don't want to miss this sobering historic place. Our guide was very helpful and went over and above our expectations.
This tour was great! Very comfortable coach ride too and from with a great guide (sorry forgot her name) but she was great, very knowledgeable. She showed us a few things and then let is wander dachua by ourselves,but was still around if we had any questions. Great tour, thank you!
Very informative. The guide was friendly and eager to answer questions. We would recommend this tour to anyone who wants to travel from Munich to tour Dachau.
Our guide was excellent and she made the whole experience very real.
This was the best tour my daughter and I had in our 7 country trip to Europe. PS. I added this tour the night before we left....when I realized the "hop on, hop off" tour of Munich did not include a tour of Dachau.
This was a most fascinating, well run and worthwhile tour. The tour guide on the coach was very informative and her English was very good. The meeting place was very easy to find, outside the main station, and you could have the choice of walking round Dachau with the guide, or making your own way round and meeting back on the coach. She had lots of interesting stories to tell and we learned such a lot in this afternoon. Everyone should do this tour, its brutal and hard to see but so worthwhile. The history of the holocaust should never be forgotten. There is also a really good bookshop at the end with books in English as well. I would definitely recommend this tour.
Afterwards we were taken round some of the sites in Munich as well and the guide gave us a lot of history on Munich and the rise of Hitler.
My husband considered this tour the highlight of our 3-country visit. Our guide was informative and stayed with us throughout giving us facts and figures recited by heart. Very sad, but we are so glad we saw this place. Viator never fails to provide the best tours and guides!
The trip was great. The guide was spectacular and extremely knowledgable.
Words cannot express the feeling one has walking through the Dachau Camp. This should not be missed when in Munich!
This tour was the best part of my trip. I was amazed at what is still at the camp and our tour guide was very nice.
Very interesting and well organized tour. We could have used more time.
Our tour guide was very informative and friendly. It was important for us to visit and have an understanding of our history. Definitely worth doing.
This was a wonderful tour, truly a moving experience. Our guide was wonderful and we had plenty of time to walk around and experience the camp without feeling rushed. I would recommend this trip to anyone.
This was a very enjoyable 1/2 day tour. I would recomend it to anyone interested in WWII history,
Very concise guide, her English was perfect and really added to the experience and the transportation with the added commentary was excellent. Definitely would reccomend to anyone wanting to see Dachau.
A good but sobering tour. Our tour guide did a nice job of providing some interesting info about Munich, Bavaria, and the town of Dachau prior to reaching the camp. This was nice because we weren't focused on the camp the entire time, the info was interesting, and it was a good way to spend the time. The camp tour was very respectful and informative. Nothing horrific that a child couldn't see, but it was chilling to walk through the gate and see where the prisoners lived. Walking into the "showers" was surreal. Was worried there wouldn't be enough time, but there was plenty of time to walk around and see everything. Would absolutely recommend this tour to anyone. Never forget.