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This was an excellent tour. Our guide was well informed and did a great job guiding us through the camp in a timely manner. I recommend it to anyone going to Munich.
What can I say, Steve our tour guide was unbelievable what he didn't know about this camp wasn't worth knowing. Excellent value for money.
This was a sobering reminder of the horrible treatment of prisoners during Nazi rule in Germany. It is a must for every visitor so we never forget. Jason, the tour guide was great. He was very knowledgeable and passionate about the subject.
This is a must tour for anyone traveling to the Munich area! The tour guide Maxine was so informative and respectful. She told us that the 5 hours seemed like it would be a long time to see the camp, but that it would go fast. She was right! It was not near long enough to go through the museum and to linger at any of the places in the camp. She tried to give us a little time especially at the end, but it was not near what could have been spent there. She did give us all the information and she stopped at important stops for us to process all she was saying. All in all, it was an informative, educational tour that I think everyone should participate in.
We had Maxine for our tour, she has a great understanding of the camp and is extremely informative. We had an interesting day and really appreciate Maxine for this tour.
The tour was thorough enjoyable and informative. Highly recommended.
The tour was excellent and very easy to be part of. The guide had wonderful knowledge of the history and stories of Dachau and really helped us understand where it fit In the whole Nazi plan.
Incredibly sad but so informative. Outstanding tour guide- Kevin
Guided tour of Dachau Memorial Concentration camp with Keith from Radius Tours - highly recommended. A moving, chilling, worthwhile to pay respects/tribute and very eye opening.
This site as opposed to Auschwitz has more of an informative/educational focus rather than concentration camp content re-creation of experience.
Excellent. The tour guide Steve was excellent, very knowledgable and provided added insight about the camp. The tour was from the central train station in Munich, then a short bus ride to the camp. The only down side was agin the time element. Not enought time to spend on your own at the exhibits. Again, Steve made the tour very interesting and highly recommended.
Certainly not the most enjoyable tour you'll do in Munich, but one that is most insightful and definitely a "must do." Kevin presented the subject matter in a very respectful way, while also ensuring that it was objective and thought-provoking. It's very easy to present this in an extreme way, but Kevin avoided doing this.