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Werner was a great tour guide. We could have just gone on our own but that would have been harder on us. It was great to just relax on the train and be told when we needed to transfer. Werner was excited about giving us...More
We had Thomas, from New Zealand, as our guide. Give this man a raise. He provided such a relaxed and fun environment, but also an educational experience. He covered from how Oktoberfest first started, to what changed throughout history, what families and priests started the...More
What an awesome day. From the moment I spotted the mountains in the distance, the urge to say "it's so beautiful!" became uncontrollable and never left until the sun set on the train ride back.
We were blessed with exceptionally clear weather, which made the...More
We went from Munich to the Neuschwanstein Castle with ease because of Charlie! I really appreciated his take on the Mad King, King Ludvig II! He had so much insight into why this king may have behave the way he did. I loved the entire...More
From beginning to end we felt welcome and safe. Our guide, Matt, was very knowledgeable and passionate around this highly emotive subject. His presentation and interactions were measured and appropriate and we felt privileged to have visited this memorial site with him and our group....More
Made the journey from Munich to Salzburg by train. Train ride was super efficient, and our guide was great. Her knowledge of both Munich and Salzberg was great. Once in Salzberg we were guided around the town and then 'let loose' for around 3 hours....More
A very moving and insightful experience. To see the horrors inflicted on other human beings is indescribable and makes you realise how lucky we are. Well worth booking a tour rather than going on your own. Our tour guide, Hein, was extremely knowledgeable and very...More
This tour is definitely worth your time. I learned so much more than I would have simply by walking through the camp. Our tour guide, Mark, was extremely knowledgeable about WWII history, and he showed us all different aspects of the concentration camp. For example,...More
This tour provided a much deeper look into how Dachau, came to be, operated, and was finally liberated. By walking in the footsteps of actual prisoners, you learn about what they went through in a much more visceral way. Unlike reading about what happened there...More
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We were in Munich in April and took the tour to Nuremberg by train and had Jeff as out tour guide. He was fantastic. When we assembled in Munich at the train station, we had only 13 people, but when we arrived in Nuremberg... More
We were in Munich in April and took the tour to Nuremberg by train and had Jeff as out tour guide. He was fantastic. When we assembled in Munich at the train station, we had only 13 people, but when we arrived in Nuremberg train station, we had 27 more people join us. Jeff said this is unusual for a tour so large. He did a great job keeping up with that many (40), but group was too large!
We did have some time before and some time after to explore but not a ton. My friends and I walked down to the Alpsee and hung out in the sun for a while where you also catch a good view of Hohenshwangau. We all bought food... More
We did have some time before and some time after to explore but not a ton. My friends and I walked down to the Alpsee and hung out in the sun for a while where you also catch a good view of Hohenshwangau. We all bought food at a street stand so packing a lunch is a good idea. I don't quite remember what time the train ride back was, maybe we got back into Munich at 7ish? could have been later.