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.