Vea el Monumento conmemorativo del campo de concentración de Dachau en este recorrido guiado de 6,5 horas desde Múnich. En el monumento conmemorativo, únase a una visita guiada y, a continuación, pase 1,5 horas explorando la zona y el museo por su cuenta. Después, se dirigirá al antigua campo de tiro de la SS Hebertshausen antes de regresar a Múnich.
Our tour guide Fransziska was an incredible wealth of knowledge, probably spoke English better than me (I'm American), and could elaborate with unique stories and deeper levels of information on every part of the camp and for about question we asked. Probably the best tour I've ever been on. I personally could have used another 30-60 minutes, but overall it is structured, moves efficiently, and you see all of the pertinent areas.
This tour was informative and well done. Gordon was a fantastic guide and his passion was evident. I learned more about this dark period in history on this tour than in my high school history class. Well worth it.
Went on this tour by myself. I enjoyed it very much. My guide was Stefan. He was very informative and even asked us questions. Mind you this concentration camp was a work camp not a death camp so not the same effect as auschwitz. Also get to see the SS shooting range which something else. To hear the story of the shooting of so many Russian soldiers. I would recommend this tour to anyone.
This was an absolute humbling experience. My daughter and I came to Germany specifically for the concentration camps, and the tour definitely did not disappoint. Our tour guide was Gordon and he was simply amazing! His knowledge was outstanding. He taught us specifics about the camp that we had no idea even happened. He went above and beyond for us on this tour. I highly encourage others to take this tour and definitely book with Gordon!!
The bus tour to Dachau was very humbling. We are very glad we took this tour, despite the somber atmosphere of the location. Our guide, Fredrika, was amazing - she told us so many interesting details about the camp that we wouldn't have learned from just reading the plaques and information in the museum. We also were very happy that the tour included the SS shooting range as well. It was another piece of the history of the camp that is important to include on tours. We highly recommend taking a guided tour of this camp as it gives you such a better understanding of the location. Hearing from a resident of Dachau also made it more authentic.
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The Camp was very moving, it was quite a sight to see one of the labour camps from the second world war. It shows a sad but important part of human history. The SS Shooting Range was worth seeing, we saw a memorial to the people who died and learned about what Germans used it for and what the Americans did when they took it over.