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This was a great history lesson. Irish Keith was an awesome tour guide that shared facts that we never would have known, and we walked the path where the Third Reich got its start. His was our third time to Munich, but saw so much more with Keith.
The guide was unbelievable-wish I could remember his name. Pointed out and explained many memorials that aren't even in guide books.
This was a remarkable walking. Our guide Achm was very knowledgeable and informative.
Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and very keen to answer all our questions. Extremely recommended.
Barry, our tour guide, was just incredible. He was so knowledgeable, so smart, so fun! For Barry's Mom, you should be very, very proud of your son. He has wisdom way beyond his years. Julie
Excellent tour round Munich was a good break from the beer festival. The tour guide was very knowledgable and enthusiatic scotsman who made the tour funny and interesting and posed many interesting views on all aspects of the third reich in Munich. Well worth it and a great tour guide.
The tour is very informative and visits some interesting parts of the city.
A great way to see Munich and experience some major parts of its war history if you don't have much time in the city. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Just a tip, there is an option to leave the tour towards the end because the last location is a 10-15min walk away and further away from central Munich, don't do it as you will miss one of the best locations if you do. Half the group didn't want to stray from central Munich and they missed one of the best parts so make sure you stay with it.
Steve was our guide and he was very well informed on his subject. Worth going to open up some of Munich's lesser known sites. Good tour to start with.
This was my grandson's favorite part of a three week tour,. Our guide was insightful, complete, and fascinating. Better keep up, he moved fast and got a lot jammed into the tour.
This was an excellent way to explore the remains of the Third Reich in Munich. Our guide was very well informed. It was interesting to see how the remaining buildings have been used, and chilling to see the site of the putsch. As Simon Winder writes, it was a pity that the policeman did not aim a couple of inches to the left. The names of the four policemen who were killed were recorded on a plate in the square, but unfortunately this has been removed to a museum.
Great intro tour of the city and the beginning of the Nazi Party. Nicola was a great guide and made it seem like we were back in time...
Our tour guide, Keith, was marvelous. He was so knowledgable and made the tour very interesting. I felt like I learned so much from him. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone who is interested in Munich's history.
Very interesting tour, and a great way to see Munich with an expert guide.
Great tour. Very informative and a good way to get acquainted with the city. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and entertaining. Highly recommend.
This was my second tour by Viator ( the first one was the Normandy beaches of D-Day).Once again it was top.I liked so much that i did it twice. One day after the another. Great guides with a very good knowledge of the subject. If you are interested in history , and particularly WW2 , this tour is mandatory.
Excellent and knowledgeable guide - gave us a full tour even though we started late (not his fault) and answered any questions we had, was clear to everyone and made sure everyone on the tour was able to hear/see images. Learnt a lot more than I thought I was on Hitler, the rise and causes that led to right wing politics of the day and more understanding of the Germany as it was
Excellent knowledge of the city's history. Would highly recommend for anyone looking for an "inside" view of Munich.
We've done this tour before, but came back with our teenage boys. Our tour guide made this one of the best of many tours on our trip. Can't remember her name, but she was a native German with a degree in modern European history, which allowed her to give us the German perspective of a very difficult topic. The tour itself walked the streets of Munich, going to numerous sites and buildings with significance to the birth and rise of the Nazi party. The tour gave both history, and a great introduction to Munich.
We literally got off the plane, after an 8.5 hour flight, dropped out luggage at the hotel and ran over to start this tour. It was HOT, and we were extremely tired, but it was such a GREAT tour! Our tour guide Jeff was amazingly knowledgable about the city, and its history. My history-teacher husband was in awe the whole time. For both of us, it was fascinating to learn so much about the city right off the bat. I highly recommend this tour, especially if you are a history "nerd." I would recommend wearing good walking shoes, and taking bottled water with you!
This tour was led by Chris from Radius Tours. It was the first tour we took in Munich, and gave us a good foundation of how the inner city is laid out. First, a little about Chris's style. We started the tour in the train station, which is a noisy place. He found a quieter hallway for us, so we could hear him better. He did this throughout the tour. He has an excellent voice that he knows how to project, so there was never an issue hearing him. Chris took us to the historical sites where National Socialism and Hitler formed their power base. He had photographs from the time, which allowed us to visualize the crowds in the squares and at the buildings we were visiting. He has tremendous knowledge about the social issues and events leading up to the war, as well as the individuals who played a role in that era. Highly recommended.