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Découvrez les symboles de Munich, y compris le site du mémorial du camp de concentration de Dachau à proximité, lors de cette excursion d'une journée au départ de Francfort. Votre journée commence au premier camp de concentration nazi d’Allemagne, où votre guide expérimenté fournira d’importants faits historiques concernant les prisons, les chambres à gaz, ainsi les autres sites que vous verrez. Ensuite, découvrez une autre facette de l’histoire allemande avec une vue d’ensemble des célèbres attractions de Munich comme la cathédrale de Notre Dame (Frauenkirche), la brasserie de Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, l’ancien hôtel de ville à Marienplatz et le Viktualienmarkt.
I have booked many tours through Viator, and I can honestly say I wouldn't recommend this tour. Our tour guide didn't take us to many of the places described in the tour summary. Instead, he catered to the other couple who came with us and took 45 minutes away from our Munich time to take them to the BMW showcase, without even asking if my son and I would mind. We have NO INTEREST in viewing BMW cars. Due to our tour guide's inconsideration, we didn't stop at the landmark cathedral of our Blessed Lady and therefore, didn't get to take the stairs of the south tower to experience the breathtaking view of Munich and the nearby Alps. Also, we didn't go into the Munich National theatre, nor a few of the other described attractions in the tour write up. And the worst thing was having only 1 hr 15 minutes in Dachau, it took almost that long to walk to the Crematorium and religious memorials, leaving 10 minutes for the museum. I am extremely disappointed in the outcome of this tour since this was my one and only chance to see Dachau. To top off the disappointing day, the sandwiches were terrible salami on processed wheat bread, and our guide drove 90-100 miles per hour there and back, something people from the USA aren't used to, nor comfortable with and he kept bragging about his great driving skills.
Driving was quite long which would have been ok if the driver was able to provide us information about Germany or our destinations which he was not. He said we would learn when we arrive at Dachau. Dachua was itself a very interesting site and there is much to explore .. much more than the 1.5 hrs provided to ingest everything. The museum itself was an easily 2 hour experience as there was many areas to read. Did not see much of Munich as it was a drive by and then we had only an hour on our own to walk around. Not even enough time to order something to eat let alone visit the Hofhauser. Would have been much better if we had more time/hours added to the schedule.
I ended up not being able to take this tour, but Viator still wants me to review it. So I imagine this place would be very depressing and full of terrible reminders of a history that we should never repeat. Instead of this visit, I ended up with a pleasant visit to Cologne and Limburg.
Very interesting and informative - as well as very sobering when reflecting on man's inhumanity to man. I would never be convinced that the good citizens of Dachau had no knowledge of what was happening in the camp. More likely that they were far too frightened to acknowledge for fear they would also be imprisoned there!
Trip was combined with a brief tour of Munich. Beautiful city with many beautiful buildings.
Andreus the driver not only was a fantastic driver but was very knowledgable and had a GREAT personality. It was well worth the money and 8 hours of drive time in luxury Benz. I took a tour with another company the day before and will never use that company again. Viator you have a client for life thanks solo much!!! Oh... And the tour of Dachau was very disturbing due to it being a concentration camp. I REALLy enjoyed the tour of Munich! Thanks again for the best trip ever!