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A very sad bad interesting trip near Munich. It's worth having a guide; they really tell great stories and paint a picture of what it was to be a prisoner at the camp. Our guide read a small part of a former prisoner's book which I thought was very moving.
Excellent tour! Very interesting and our tour guide was detailed with history.
Levi Homan, was an exceptional tour guide! He was informative, professional, and helpful. We highly recommend this tour.
Keith Warnack is an amazing guide, full of information and knows his history! His witty and upbeat personality made it even better than I expected and will definitely be taking more tours w/your company in the near future. As a crew member with United Airlines, I raved about Keith and many are interested in Dachau and other tours so expect some business!!! Thank you, I truly enjoyed every moment.
I would definitely recommend a guided tour of this facility. You get a lot of information that you wouldn't on your own. The tour guide we had fully researched the area and we really enjoyed it. Recommend getting water and a snack if you want them at the train station as there is not much there except outside of the camp and there are many tours going through. We were alloted an hour to tour the museum and pictures and you could use more time there as it is extensive.
The guide we had was very knowledgeable about the history of this camp. He freely answered questions and gave details that added to the experience. We recommend this tour to everyone.
This was a good tour and mostly because we had an excellent tour guide who was from Ireland. Can't remember his name but he got us together and made sure we stayed together on the train and at Dachau. He was very informative and straight forward when describing things. He knew his history. Dachau is quite "sanitized" today and our guide made sure that we saw through that and told us how it really was. Worth the trip.
The trip was a fascinating look at the historical facts of Nazi atrocities. Our guide Kevin, did a great job moving the group through public transportation to each exhibit and back again.
Our tour was awesome. All-encompassing, very detailed, and informative, yet still very respectful of the monument. You could spend another hour or two in the actual museum just reading the plaques. Great tour, and unbelievable for it's price.
It is always confronting when you visit a concentration camp, and the experience can be either tasteless or educational, dependant on the tour guide.
We were fortunate to have a guide who understood the history of Dachau, the human loss, the sanctity of the final resting place of so many, and the human psychology at question behind it all. Well done Craig.
The tour was handled factually, and with great dignity and respect. I left knowing more about this sad and shameful part of all of our history, left feeljng ashamed of what mankind can do to fellow men, and left feelingmore connected to the current dilemas in the world and understanding that they are my dilemas too, and that I must always stand up for what is right.
Great tour. Highly recommend it.
Our guide, Franz, provided a deep and thought provoking history lesson. The perspective and information he provided went far beyond anything we would have learned on a self guided tour. (I can not compare it, however, to the audio guide available at the memorial). We wound up staying on the tour longer than the allotted time as the group was so engaged. (although anyone wanting to leave was easily able to return to Munich as it was all on public transportation) Our group was larger than I had thought a "small group tour" would be, however, it really wasn't a problem. The tour office was easy to find and the staff efficient.