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This was a very moving experience. It was hard to imagine the horrors amidst what seems to be a fairly laidback and gentle looking town. Strongly recommended.
The tour had a profound effect on me. Steve, our guide, brought the events leading up to and during the WWII into focus for me. I will do it again if I get back to Munich.
Very informative and satisfying tour. Alun our guide was very knowledgeable and respectful Recommend it for sure
Excellent tour. Excellent tour guide (Keith W). There is so much information and Keith manages to put the important links together.
the tour guide was excellent, not only his knowledge of Dachau but also the wider social, political and economic history which led to the rise of the Nazis. Whilst the nature of this tour is never going to be fun, it was nevertheless fascinating and very well worth the modest price. i wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
Well organised trip, our guide was very informative and very knowledgable, definitely a worthwhile tour.
Excellent tour. Our guide was from Britain, and he knew a considerable amount about war history. He was able to provide a significant amount of context to the things we saw and read. I would encourage others to take this tour if they wish to maximize their experience.
I will never forget this somber, yet very informative tour. Nicola, our guide, did an outstanding job!
Excellent tour! To do this day without all the info the tour guide shared would have been half the experience!
My son Anthony and I took a trip to Germany, HE really wanted to goto Dachau, I was not sure if I wanted too, but went. I learned so much more going there, than I learned in school years ago. IT is very emotional for many reasons, and for various personal reasons. I would definately recommend this tour, it's part of our history and worth going there and seeing it for yourself. It was a very humbling experience and one I just can't explain in words.