Approfondisci l'ascesa del partito nazista durante la seconda guerra mondiale in un tour combinato di un giorno a Monaco. Visita il Memoriale del campo di concentramento di Dachau, dove hanno avuto inizio gli orrori del genocidio perpetrato dal Terzo Reich (Germania nazista), e ascolta i racconti dei deportati. Quindi torna a Monaco per un tour di 2 ore e mezza attraverso i siti legati ad Adolf Hitler e ai nazisti. Guarda gli edifici storici come l'ex quartier generale della polizia segreta e impara tutto su quei giorni bui della città.
Both tours were great and very, very informative. My only gripe was the from a fellow overweight tourist who yelled at the tour guide for walking... these tours have a lot of walking. The reviews I read before the tours stated there would be a lot of walking. When it comes to walking, be prepared to be a positive Patty instead of a Negative Nancy. I walked about 15k steps between the two tours. Eric was the guide for the Dachau Tour. He is knowledgeable about the events that took place here and gave a good overview of the entire camp. These types of tours are not fun, but we need to remember the events. Eric laid out the information in a great way that was respectful and made a lasting impression.Iain was the guide for the 3rd Reich Tour. We walked to various places in Munich. He gave a good background of the history leading up to WW2.Both tours I learned so much! You can tell the guides are passionate about the history and are educated on the topics. Highly recommend!
No matter the hot weather or the intense rain ... we did it! Dachau, the first model of concentration camp is impressive!The wet trip in Münich after a sunny morning helped us to better understand how cloudy was the III Reich.Thank you Matt for your resilience!Most important message: never again!!!
Arriving in Munich this was our first tour scheduled. The tour was provided by Radius Tours, which was easy to locate at Munich Central Station. Check in was also very quick and easy. Our tour guide was Jeffrey, who was very charismatic, a great story teller and knew his history. This tour is a great way to to visit a number of historical sites if you have a short time in Munich. My only suggestion is if you have a stroller you may have a difficult time at Dachau, one family missed out on quite a bit due the difficulty of following the group through the gravel areas. However, i would highly recommend this tour.
Our guide on both parts of this tour was I believe Steve, whose knowledge of the Third Reich and events in and around WWII was quite remarkable. We found this combo tour very interesting, if not very tiring. I think we walked around 21 km in all on a very hot day. I thoroughly recommend this tour however.
Both of the tour guides had a lot of information to share which was great for all of us taking the tours. At Dachau a little less information would have given us more time on our own to spend in the museum. The guide for the walking tour was not always concerned with keeping the group together. At times she would cross streets and continue while some of the group was not able to cross. There was so much detail that most of the group got overloaded with info and lost interest in the tour. Did not like where the walking tour ended as we were in a part of Munich that we weren't familiar with so some were left with maps while others could follow her to the train station.
Grit was a great host. It was a very emotional and humbling tour and I learned a great deal from her and the tour. I recommend everyone visiting Munich to go to Dachau. I cannot describe how it made me feel. But go and you will understand.
At first I thought this tour was going to be a little rushed but loved loved every minute of it . A must do and thanks to our toury the amazing Ahin (sorry about the name spelling if wrong) So much knowledge again thanks heaps. Highly recommend