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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.
Trip could have started a bit earlier for more time at the site.
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.