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fantastic! it really helped you to see the old buildings for their place in history and the tour guide carried photos of them from their historic moments which was just brilliant.
Our guide was great for this trip. I had just read the book Hilterland and was familiar with the history of the area. I have not been disappointed with a tour booked through Viator
Very worthwhile tour, guide knowedgeable and had a passion for the subject.
Great way to see the city and our guide was so knowledgeble. It was a rather large group but we all hustled to keep up.
Steve's knowledge of this period in history was very extensive. His pictures of then and now really made it a top notch tour
This is an excellent tour to take if you want to learn, and experience the details of the Third Reich in Munich. Our tour guide (originally from Australia - Amanda, I believe, @ Radius Tours) was literally a walking, talking encyclopedia of accurate knowledge and made the walk very engaging and educational. It's well worth the few dollars they charge to participate in this tour. I do recommend comfortable walking attire. We covered about 4 miles in the two hours, and moved at a fairly fast pace, considering we spent around 10 minutes or so at each "stop" on the tour.
This was a terrific tour, highly educational, incredibly interesting and Jeff is an absolutely terrific guide with an incredible knowledge of both social and political history.
A lot of walking, but I hardly noticed. This tour was packed with all kinds of stories of the Third Reich, with pictures to help illustrate the stories and the locations. Very well presented.
Wonderful guide. Lots of pre WWII information that isn't taught in USA schools.
This wasn't a long tour, which was the reason I chose it as I had been on full day trips on the previous two days.
It was literally taking a walk through Munich! We travelled on the train, saw some plaques of apology which the German government had issued after the war, and had part of our tour in a beer hall!
Packed full of interesting historical tidbits and definitely recommended if you're looking for something light.
You could also go on the Dachau camp tour in the morning and finish with this one in the afternoon.