This was a very moving, somber experience but a must for everyone to see. Our guide was very informative and knowledgeable. He picked us up at our hotel, had subway passes for us and brought us back to our hotel. Good thing too because I would not,have been able to find the camp as there was. O signage once we got to the town. Worth the money.
Our tour guide, Taylor was amazing. He knew so much. We couldn't have asked for a better explanation of nazi Germany's rise and the use of concentration camps. We were given time to look to explore the exhibits but Taylor was always there to answer our questions. Station Z was chilling.
I already responded once but guess you didn't get it. We thought this tour was ridiculously over priced and we had to pay extra for the train and not having a driver made it too extremely long and exhausting. Other people said they had tours that lasted 3-4 hrs and was 300.00 with a driver. We felt completely overcharged for what we got and will not pay the full amount
The tour was so powerful. Our guide, Barry, was so courteous and kind. He was so generous with the information he gave us, related or unrelated to the tour. It was clear to us that he was really knowledgeable , but furthermore, he had a great style of explaining everything.
Nikoli met us at our hotel and took us to the train station for our trip to Sachsenhausen. Due to the content of the tour, I cannot say it was wonderful as it was - appropriately - horrifying. However, Nikoli was expert in explaining the history of the camp. He made it a memorable experience and did it with great intensity and knowledge. I mean this in an excellent way...he was terrific and the tour was exceptional.
We had a wonderful tour guide Arja, who speaks excellent English and has a sound knowledge on the history of WWII and life at Sachsenhausen during this period. I would strongly recommend her! Many thanks.