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The tour was great. Ian was a great guide. The train and bus rides went smoothly. No complaints at all.
I would really recommend this tour that is actually done thru a local tour operator. Nicola was our guide and was very passionate and honest about Dachau. While it's not an easy experience nor fun, I feel it's very important to see. Nicola is a local and explained everything and answered all of our questions. I don't think we would have gotten as much out of it without her.
Just an eye opening experience. The tour guide really did a nice job describing what transpired.
Excellent; however, the tour guide was a wee bit long-winded. If you are into history this is a must.
The tour guide Alan was so amazing, so knowledgeable... Must see tour in Germany...
We learnt a great deal on this tour. Our guide was extremely helpful and gave a good insight into what had happened at the camp. Would recommend this tour from Munich.
This tour was very worthwhile. Kevin was our guide and right from the start it was obvious he had an amazing and respectful knowledge of the camp. Kevin's guidance was invaluable and contributed to a memorable, if sobering experience.
Craig our guide was awesome! It is a life changing tour! You wont regret it
Extremely worthwhile. Our guide was not only knowledgable but insightful as well.l
Our tour guide, Levi, was very knowledgeable. He also had a very nice voice which made it even easier to listen to him. Wonderful tour, I would highly recommend it.
Excellent day, this is the type of tour you don’t exactly 'enjoy' it's not that sort of a place, but extremely thought provoking. The Office at Munich main railway station (Meeting Point) was easy to find (and after a slight hic-hip with names etc with the lady behind the desk) we set off for the camp by train, which took about 20-30 minutes to get there, (you have to get your own rail ticket first, but guide was very helpful if you hadn’t already done this)
The tour of the camp took about 4-5 hours, and was extremely well presented by our tour guide with almost encyclopaedic knowledge of his subject matter, we had enough time to read and look at any of the exhibits (of which there are many) and on the day we were there, there weren’t that many people visiting so it was not crowded. There are lots to see and like I said at the beginning very thought provoking. Excellent days tour all round, well worth the money I would say.
The group was made up of a cross section of nationalities although in the main they were English and American
The tour was excellent. Our guide was well informed and eager to provide info and answer questions. He made the trip well worth it and I feel like I know more now than I would have going on my own. He was prompt and made sure we made out trains and buses with no problems. Highly recommend this tour!
This tour is very heart breaking and depressing. It was extremely eye opening. The tour guide was great. He was very professional and made sure to show the tour was from the victims prospective. This memorial site is incredible. Definitely made me appreciate my life and all the good things I have.
This was a worthwhile experience. It was both moving and memorable. The guide was very helpful and respectful, giving insights into the atrocities of Hitler and the Third Reich. It is a memorable site and does not glorify war.