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Highly recommend this tour, very sobering experience but very educational as well thanks to our tour guide Franz. Franz did a fantastic job of explaining things and educating the group. The memorial, the camp itself and museum is so overwhelming when you walk in- I'm glad we had Franz to educate us on key points and direct us.
One of the best tours, probably the best, we took on our Europe trip. Very moving. This is a MUST visit. The tour guide was fantastic, and much more worthwhile with the tour guide. Take this tour.
Our guide was amazing. So knowledgeable and interesting. No question went unanswered. He had time for everyone and gave us time and space to reflect when needed. This is a must do visit for anyone visiting the area. A reminder of man's inhumanity to man, which tragically still goes on in one form or another.
Very difficult to comprehend all the atrocities that happened but personally something I will not soon forget.
Superb tour with a fantastic guide bald british guy, amazingly insightful and very well organized.
An overwhelmingly disturbing tour. Our tour guide Keith was an excellent guide through the camp. Going through camp and memorial was much more interesting with Keith. My only worry was getting left behind on train or bus on the way there and back. But I don't think he lost anyone!
Tom was SUPER knowledgable and provided us a great tour of Dachau. I would highly recommend Tom and this tour for anyone who wants to know the details behind Dachau. Even with Dachau being crowded with summer crowds Tom worked his way through the crowds to make it all work.
Excellent trip. Your director was very knowledgable with lots of neat tidbits. I highly recommend.
The best tour we took. Our guide got us on the train and bus. He was sensitive and knowledgeable about a very difficult subject. Everyone should take this tour.
This was an excellent tour. Guide excellent. Well informed. Good communicator.
This is a four hour trip with considerable walking. For the elderly this must be made very clear in tour information. It should not prevent people doing the trip but a few more benches and rest points on site would be beneficial.
This is an important, but heart-wrenching tour which everyone visiting Germany should take. Our guide, Steven, did an outstanding job sensitively and respectfully guiding us through Dachau with the most insightful narrative I have ever heard on a tour.
Very powerful, unforgettable tour. A must-see for anyone who visits Munich.
Excellent tour...our guide was so knowledgeable and presented such a sensitive topic in such a respectful manner. Would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in the history of World War II.
An eye-opener. Extremely well organised and Steve, our guide, was extremely knowledgeable. Would like to have had a bit more time there. The overall 5-hour trip was rather short. Could have done with one more hour.
The guide seemed very well-informed and very approachable and most importantly for a place like Dachau, he came across as very passionate about his subject matter.
Our guide Tom did an excellent job of getting us on site despite both train lines normally used in to take tours there were down that morning. Once there, he did a superior job of leading us around the location. Highly recommended!
A must see. This somber, memorial sight was very well explained by a fantastic tour guide. Simple easy half day trip from Munich.
THE GUIDE WAS THE BEST ALTHOUGH DACHAU WAS WITHOUT A DOUBT PART OF THE WORST TIME IN HISTORY IT IS SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE AND THINK ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED DURING THIS TIME IN HISTORY SO NOTHING LIKE THIS EVER HAPPENS AGAIN . WE ARRIVED ON THE APRIL 29TH THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF DACHAU. WE WERE HONORED TO BE THERE WITH SOME SURVIVORS AND MANY FAMILY MEMBERS WHO WERE THERE FOR THE ANNIVERSARY. SURPRISINGLY MOST OF THE 25,000 PLUS VICTUMS WERE CHRISTIANS FROM POLAND. I HATE TO THINK WHAT OUR WORLD WOULD LOOK LIKE TODAY IF WE LOST.
Our guide, Kai, was passionate and very informative in his understanding of this very dark period in Germany's history. Although one can easily visit the camp without a guide the group tour was worth the insightfulness and commentary by our guide. Our only criticism is that the tour is advertised as a small group tour. There were 34 people on the tour and that number does not seem like a representation of a small group.
The tour guide gave us interesting additional facts over the excellent signage at the camp, and did a good job of making sure we saw it all, despite other large tour groups. Would have liked more time at some of the exhibits, so we could read more of the additional information.
Keith the Irish one was a great tour guide - he gave the tour and the memorial site the respect it deserved. Visiting the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial is a a very moving experience and something you have to do when visiting Munich.