Faça uma excursão privada ao Memorial do Campo de Concentração de Dachau, o primeiro campo de concentração nazista, em uma excursão de meio dia saindo de Munique. Com um guia privado, a excursão apresenta locais como a sede administrativa original do campo e o portão "Arbeit macht frei". Você ouvirá histórias sobre os ex-prisioneiros Dachau e, como o comentário pode ser personalizado, você terá a oportunidade de aprender sobre os tópicos de Dachau que te interessam mais.
Our guide, Scott, was well-informed and extremely helpful. It is hard to describe this tour in words. We have all seen pictures from history books, but seeing it firsthand brings vivid clarity to the tragic experience of the prisoners. Good for teens to learn about the atrocities that were committed during this time period, but not recommended for smaller children.
Very informative. Had a private tour. Lots of respect was given. Our tour guide explained the details then left us to go through the areas and spend our time quietly in our own. Very sad, but interesting
Stephan was an excellent guide. He did a great job explaining the history leading up to Dachau and gave us a sense of why this time in history came to be. This tour is well worth the price considering we had the guide all to ourselves and could ask questions and interact. Highly recommended!
Our tour guide met us at our hotel and was very knowledgeable. We were there on a cloudy, drizzling day which enhanced the somber setting. We had 4 in our group and our guide was great at answering all of our questions. We really appreciated the individual attention.
Was exactly as it explained the tour. The guide I was very knowledgeable about Dachau and explained so much to us and gave us as much time as we wanted. I am glad that we did this tour. It was a very serious and emotional experience and I felt our guide did a great job!!!
I'm sorry to send this review but our tour with Jason no-last-name-offered was a big letdown.
For 422 USD he met us at our hotel and we walked together a block to the train then
took a crowded bus together to the Dachau camp. We rode back to town less than 3 hours later.
Jason seemed adequately knowledgible
as he guided us but his facts lacked depth, nuance, feeling. He wanted us to skip the museum when we first
passed it and said we could go back later if we wanted but then that didn't happen. He left it up to us if we wanted
to see the various religious groups' memorial sites. His answers to our questions were often answered
w a shrug or a vague answer or that the whole underlying problem was the economy!
I had been looking forward to this tour for a very long time. My father was stationed in Munich in 1949 as an American
army doctor, we lived in Munich for 3 years and a brother was born there at the 98th hospital in Schwabing. My parents visited Dachau in 1950 and we still have the small black and white photos they took.
Jason was really uninterested in hearing about this or looking at the old photos I put on my phone.
What a waste, what a disappointment.