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Excursion au Mémorial du camp de concentration de Dachau au départ de Munich

München, Allemagne

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Proposé en : Anglais et 1 autres

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Observez le camp de concentration et le site commémoratif de Dachau lors de cette visite guidée au départ de Munich. Découvrez l’histoire de l’un des premiers camps de concentration allemands datant de 1933 en visitant des camps tels que le camp d’entraînement SS, le monument Nandor Gild, la Appellplatz (Place d’appel Roll), etc. Le transport aller-retour est également inclus.
  • En savoir plus sur le camp de concentration de Dachau et l'histoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale
  • Explorez des sites tels que le camp d'entraînement SS, Appellplatz et le monument Nandor Gild
  • La visite d'une demi-journée est idéale pour ceux qui manquent de temps
  • Transport aller-retour de Munich inclus


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Avis de voyageurs Viator
Cancelled Trip
, sept. 2019
With VERY little notice, the vendor cancelled my trip. This tour was very important to me, and I could not reschedule given my other commitments. I lost the opportunity to see the most important element of my overseas trip. Very disappointed, This was the second cancellation for a similar trip with Viator.
, sept. 2019
Keith, our guide, did a wonderful job sharing his knowledge and history of Dachau. It was stunning to see first hand what we have read and studied over the years. We have been to Holocaust Memorials (Washington D.C. and Skokie, Illinois). Being at Dachau brings it to life, including the barbaric cruelty, pain, suffering and death of the prisoners. It is worth the visit and highly recommend it. Thanks Keith.
Well informed tour
, sept. 2019
Scott was great well informed easy to listen to. Would recommend this tour especially if you want to learn more than what you already know.
Go to Mauthausen instead
, sept. 2019
Only about a quarter of the original site remains and a substantial part of that is a reconstruction. The tour itself was far too much lecture about the overall nazi era and left insufficient time for viewing the various displays and points of interest. It completely bypassed the memorial to Jews that has been constructed save for a “it is over there” (100 meters distant) reference. I thought that the tour could be done in two hours rather than the 3.5 it took to march to the guide’s strict schedule of mini lectures that contained what I felt was far too much common knowledge and sometimes repetitive parts. The guide worked hard but I found the experience tedious. If you cannot go to a different camp to witness this awful piece of human history then go on your own, rent the recorded audio guide and save both time and money. Honestly, Dachau itself seemed to me more a place where some people were trying to remember as little as possible about the society’s responsibility for this disaster. That includes naming it “Dachau memorial” site. Sounds nice. Who can find fault with that? But in the name the real lesson of the place is lost. It should be called the Dachau Political Repression and Legalized Murder Camp. And the entirety should be reconstructed, state supported, with private profit prohibited.
fantastic guide
, août 2019
of course it's always hard to say that a trip to Dachau is great, but our tour guide made all the difference. we had a small tour, were always given lots of interesting details as well as a good overview leading up to the creation of Dachaue. the guide was very well informed about all aspects of the history and was also very helpful with all things Munich. 5 hours just wasn't long enough. would highly recommend it.
Very Moving
Kat A
, juil. 2019
My husband and I went. It was a very moving experience. The guide was very knowledgeable. We spent some good refection time and really taking in the history.
Great Tour!!!!
, mars 2019
Our tour guide Mark did an excellent job of presenting the history and facts about the camp. His systematic approach to leading the group was what you hope for in a tour. Take the tour on the weekend if possible, the amount of tours going through the camp during the week does not allow for much free time to explore the camp on your own.
Very Informative
Katelyn G
, mars 2019
The location is extremely somber of course, but the tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly. We left the train station as a group and he was good at explaining the schedule and keeping everyone together. You then got on a short bus ride and once at the visitor center the tour began. He walked us through all the main areas and we had some free time at the end to pop back into the museum. I do believe this is a must do tour. It is extremely sad, but so important to be informed of what happened there. Learning in a classroom is one thing, but actually being at the location is very impactful.
Horrors beyond what words can express
, janv. 2019
We met our tour guide in the train station. He led us on a train, then bus, to the Dachau camp. Along the way, he gave us some information about the camp and the war generally. He was friendly and personable. It was hard to hear him at some points - it would have been nice to have a microphone for him and headphones for us (other tours have used "Vox" devices - essentially a one-way walkie-talkie). The camp itself is mostly original, but some reconstruction of buildings that were destroyed so we can see what it was. The tour included a walk through the museum that showed pictures from the camp, artifacts from prisoners, stories, etc. I guess you could see much of this without visiting, and if you've studied history much, might already know or have seen some of this. But seeing it in person is hard to describe.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and...
Christopher B
, mai 2018
Our guide was very knowledgeable and made sure everyone understood him. We took the train to Dachau which was a nice experience and our guide helped with any questions and was full of information during the whole tour. After we got off the train it was a short bus to the Memorial, where our guide made time for us to get a drink or pick up headphones for alternate languages. From there we headed through the Gate into the Camp and spent the afternoon visiting the memorial. I would suggest everyone, regardless of Race or Religion, visit this Memorial site and remember all the pain and suffering that went on here. It is a very sobering experience, one that I will not forget. Y This is a must see for all people regardless of race or religion. It was a very haunting experience to see how humans were treating other humans.

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