Tenha um vislumbre do Campo de Concentração de Dachau e do Memorial durante esta visita guiada de 5 horas saindo de Munique. Saiba mais sobre a história de um dos primeiros campos de concentração da Alemanha que remonta a 1933 enquanto você visita locais no campo, como o centro de treinamento da SS, Monumento Nandor Gild , Appellplatz (Praça de Contagem de Prisioneiros), e muito mais. Transporte de ida e volta está incluído.
We met our tour guide in the train station. He led us on a train, then bus, to the Dachau camp. Along the way, he gave us some information about the camp and the war generally. He was friendly and personable. It was hard to hear him at some points - it would have been nice to have a microphone for him and headphones for us (other tours have used "Vox" devices - essentially a one-way walkie-talkie). The camp itself is mostly original, but some reconstruction of buildings that were destroyed so we can see what it was. The tour included a walk through the museum that showed pictures from the camp, artifacts from prisoners, stories, etc. I guess you could see much of this without visiting, and if you've studied history much, might already know or have seen some of this. But seeing it in person is hard to describe.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and made sure everyone understood him.
We took the train to Dachau which was a nice experience and our guide helped
with any questions and was full of information during the whole tour.
After we got off the train it was a short bus to the Memorial, where our guide made time for us to get a drink
or pick up headphones for alternate languages.
From there we headed through the Gate into the Camp and spent the afternoon visiting the memorial.
I would suggest everyone, regardless of Race or Religion, visit this Memorial site and remember all
the pain and suffering that went on here. It is a very sobering experience, one that I will not forget. Y
This is a must see for all people regardless of race or religion.
It was a very haunting experience to see how humans were treating other humans.
Dachau is a shame for humanity so it’s quite an upsetting experience. Our guide tried to explain everything with detail but we would have liked to experience the camp a bit more on our own speed, looked at the photos, read the info etc but there was no time. Nevertheless I’m glad we went there! Thx
While a trip to Dachau is not a pleasant experience, as our guide Tom said, Its important. Besides being knowledgeable, he set an appropriate tone for what we were going to experience. Its a day we will never forget. The day we went transportation to and from Dachau was a mess. We were particularly impressed with Tom, as he was calm and focused and figured out alternate routes.