Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Small Group Tour from Munich
Reviewed by: Johnathan D, October 2014
Our Guide was great .Eye opening and respectful to the past . Fully recommend this tour.
Reviewed by: Jane M, October 2014
My 16 year old son and I did this tour during a short trip to Munich. The tour guide was excellent, very knowledgeable and passionate about his subject, and committed to understanding what took place at Dachau in the broader context of German, European and Jewish history. It was always very interesting, and we moved at a good pace, that is neither too hurried or boringly slow. Dachau itself is a sombre place, of course, and very well organised for people such as us with only a few hours to be there. I felt that my son probably learned the equivalent of 2 months of Modern History syllabus in our 2-3 hours there. I was uncertain as to how he'd respond, but he was completely engaged the whole time by the tour and the guide's talk.
My only criticism of the guide is that he was a bit short with some latecomers, and not as welcoming as I felt he should have been to them.
Reviewed by: Hannah C, October 2014
The tour was well organized and very informational.
Reviewed by: Frank, October 2014
My wife and I took many tours on our recent trip to London, Paris, and Munich, all booked through Viator. They have all been very good to excellent. This trip however stands out as the best of all, thanks to our guide Keith W.. Although you can easily get to Dachau on a train, you would not have the excellent commentary provided by Keith. He explained the purpose, function, and most importantly the significance of preserving Dachau, as a reminder of those who gave their lives to free Europe. If I could give this tour 6 stars I would!!
Reviewed by: Barbara H, October 2014
Great tour. Learned so much. Guide Keith was excellent and knew his stuff. Would recommend this tour to everyone.
Reviewed by: David G, October 2014
Our tour guide, Levi, was great, very informative. While this was and remains an awful part of humanity I am glad this place still exists and can be seen so that it never happens again.
Reviewed by: Jane K, October 2014
Right pace. Keith tour guide was very good. Gave details, facts at all times. Engaged us throughout even on bus and train.