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Jeff was an awesome guide and knew the subject well. This was my 3 rd Viator tour and once again I wasn't disappointed. Thank you!
This was a great tour - definitely for the energetic! Our guide Steve knew a lot about the subject and it was interesting to hear the explanations of Nazi Germany in front of the Munich monuments. We learnt a lot! Thank you!
An easy walk. Our tour guide was very knowledgable and interesting. He spoke good English and easy to understand.
Great walking tour - gained far more insight about the history of the world wars from the tour guide instead of just reading history books and autobiographies.
Our guide, Keith, was excellent - obviously passionate about his subject and able to impart his knowledge in a memorable and very accessible manner. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and Keith took us to sites which we would never have found on our own. If you're interested in the Third Reich, don't miss this tour!
Excellent tour and value! Our guide did a great job of connecting the history with the various monuments, markers and locations we visited. Also, the tour provided an excellent way to orient and familiarize ourselves with some of the restaurants, shops and other sites we later came back to.
Absolutely excellent tour, well worth the cost.
Lasted longer than expected and was a fascinating way to see the city.
Enthralling, highly recommended.
We booked this trip prior to our city break in Munich. We easily found the Viator office situated inside the Train Station. Kevin was our tour guide, there was only a small group of us on the tour, about 6 which made it more personal. Kevin was very informative, there were many things that he told us about that we would have missed out on had we tried to site see alone. He was able to answer all the group's questions. He also had some photographic materials and original Deutschmarks from that period that we were able to touch and look at.
Natty and Mike
Stoke on Trent, UK