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Our guide, Keith W. was very informative. Easy to hear - even for my hubby who has a hearing problem.
Loved the tour! Our guide Levi was extremely knowledgeable on the topic and brought us around at a nice pace.
Great tour. The tour guide did a great job. He was first class and his knowledge was impressive.
This was a totally amazing tour with a fabulous tour guide and font of WWII knowledge, Levi Homan.
If you're interested in WWII, this really is a 'must see' whilst in Munich
The actual tour was carried out by Radius. One tour guide for Dachau and a different chap for Munich. Two different styles but excellent results from each. Both gentlemen were personable, knowledgeable and charming. Would repeat without hesitation.
My wife and I grabbed an excellent lunch in the Haptbanhof in between the tours at a German restaurant tucked away in the back area next to a Chinese/Japanese food stand. Terrific food and a nice rest.
Good historical tour. The guide for Dachau was very knowledgeable and was able to present additional information. A little trouble keeping the group together...not his fault. Buses to and from the train station were jam-packed. Walking tour guide was exceptional in his knowledge of this history! He really walked us around the city and presented some good information in a way that had us hanging on every word!
The Dachau Concentration Camp part of this trip was excellent - really well organised and Craig was great -
very informative and looked after everybody on the tour really well.
I felt that the Third Reich Walking tour with Keith from Scotland was rather rushed but this may have been due to the weather - it rained very heavily.
If you like history or not EVERYONE should take this tour. The Dachau portion is very humbling and makes you appreciate the progress the world has made. First half of the tour was at Dachau and the second half of the day was the Third Reich Walking tour. This was also very informative and really interesting to see. Our tour guide Levi was one of the best tour guides I have had. I would highly recommend Levi as he was a fountain of information and really cared about the topic. This would be a good tour with a bad tour guide, but having such an outstanding tour guide as Levi it made things that much better. Again I highly recommend this tour and if you are smart you would ask for Levi...
Steve was an excellent tour guide. I study a lot about the third reich but sure learned so much more from him. It's a long day of walking so have good comfortable shoes.
Firstly, I thought Craig was wonderful. So informative and also very respectful towards the victims of Dachau and the holocaust I general.
Andy, the Scottish tour guide for the Third Reich Tour, was also very good and knew his stuff and added a bit of humour in to it now and again, which was great!!
Excellent tour. Two brilliant tour guide's with exceptional knowledge and great people skills. Dachau as to be seen while in Munich just the history behind it alone. Walking tour very interesting and a great way to see Munich.
Without glorifying the atrocities that occurred at Dachau, this was a remarkable tour. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and very informative. Dachau really is a surreal place. Well worth doing. Great tour!
I went on the tour with my teenage son. The whole day was excellent and our guide Levi was very knowledgeable, professional and helpful. I would strongly recommend the day, as long as you don't mind a lot of walking!
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and gave thorough explanations of all that we saw on the two tours. He provided many opportunities for us to ask questions and responded with in depth answers. We had adequate time to peruse the sites. While Dachau was sad chapter in our history, the tour is tasteful and respectful. The guide did a very nice job of sharing the context, learnings, and aftermath of the holocaust. The film shown on site may be too graphic for younger children. I recommend this tour to visitors to Munich. (Excellent command of English for those wondering about that.)