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A story of hope against absolute evil. I couldn't get through this tour without crying.
This was the best tour of our Europe trip. Our guide, Keith, was from Michigan but has lived in Munich for 12 yrs. He has studied the concentration camp history. He did not down play what happen at Dachau but did explain why it is now a memorial.
It's hard to say that you had a great time at a place like this because it is very humbling especially if it is part of your culture growing up. To be in a place that had all the atrocities we have learned about, it really makes you think about how and why something like this could happen. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable. I do recommend this tour.
Found this very thought provoking! Jeff are tour guide was brilliant and very knowledgable .
We had a fantastic guide, Ian, who was very informative and answered all our questions. It was a sobering, yet extremely educational tour. I would recommend it to all! A special thanks to Ian for taking the time to explain things in greater detail to my very curious 11 year old, who was struggling to understand how this could have happened. Ian put it all in perspective for him, and he learned so much.
We had an incredibly knowledgable tour guide with a good sense of humour. The tour commenced at the central station which was convienient.
Jeff Cox was a terrific tour guide and did an excellent job of making this tour informative and interesting.
I loved every second of it. Our guide, Maxine, was very well versed with German history even though she is an Australian. She was with us the whole time so we did not have to rely on the audio tour available at the memorial. This part I find to be a better deal than the rest so I was glad I booked it with the tour company. I cannot begin to explain the emotions and thoughts running through my head as I went to the memorial. I could not imagine how people could have survived. But it was such a moving experience that I recommend to all.
This was a must-see to understand the history of the holocaust and what really happened during this tragic time. It puts life in perspective and is interesting and saddening at the same time.
The Dachau Concentration camp tour was very interesting. In addition our tour guide was excellent and extremely informative. She was also very helpful in giving us advice on the best ways to navigate the city and return to the airport after our tour. This was greatly appreciated.
Striking reminder of what can happen when good people stand by and do nothing. Moving memorial. Our guide Keith was great. Wonderful history lesson for my 16 year old son, and us, without sitting in a class room.