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Great tour and a humbling experience. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and shared personal family experiences related to the camp. Should have had another 30 minutes on the tour.
This was a very good way to see this important piece of history.
We chose to start our tour of Munich with Dachau. We could not describe the experience rather than to say it is history, it happened, and we had wanted to go there and see it for ourselves.
The museum is excellent, and this is a fascinating experience in an historical sense, albeit disturbing and shocking, that should be treated not as just another day tour, but with remembrance of and respect to the people who perished there. The site is a profound reminder of the indescribable horror committed by the Nazi regime, and as a warning from history that should not be forgotten.
A well-planned and moving trip. The tour guide was interesting & informative, told us about the main things we should see & then we had plenty of time to look round on our own, which I prefer.
This was a great tour. I liked the way that we could spend the time at Dachau on our own without the guide speaking to us the entire time. The only thing is that there wasn't really enough time to spend at the Dachau site. Our guide was very friendly and also showed us the Allianz arena on the way back. The only thing I would change is a longer stop at Dachau.
With this tour there is so much to see and read in the archive museum as well as seeing the grounds etc with the tour guide along with a movie. The tour could do with another half hour to an hour as the archive museum is not possible to do in depth.
A very interesting and informative tour.
I would have preferred a little more history. The bus ride was longer than the time we got to tour.
This is the second concentration camp I have visited and it was very much a blueprint for how they were all established. It was intereting but we could have done with an extra hour really to make sure we viewed and read everything, although maybe not everyone reads all the info in museums! The tour guide was informative.
The tour bus headed back to Munich left 10 minutes earlier than the tour guide said. Tour guide was pretty informative, that's why this tour is getting any stars.
My husband and I took several trips and sometimes we had to meet the tour someplace other than our hotel. I can't begin to tell you how hard that was for us, as we were new to these cities and had a hard time finding the meeting places. We are both senior citizens and could have used more assistance.
The Dachau concentration camp is definitely worth going! The bus we were on also picked up a bunch of kids for school trip to the camp and they were so annoying the whole journey. After the video at 3pm, everyone went separate ways and I couldn't find the guide. So I spent most of the time there on my own at the museum instead. Which makes me wonder why I paid for a guide at all!