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Dachau Concentration Camp & Third Reich Walking Tour

by Radius Tours and Bikes Duration 8h 30m Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per traveller Price is £37
Amazing! 4.9/5 Expedia guest rating View all 15 Expedia-verified reviews

Get an insight into the rise and fall of the Nazi Party with a combination tour of some of the most infamous locations from Hitler's rule. Visit Munich's World War II-era buildings and memorials, and see the first Nazi concentration camp at Dachau.

Meet your guide at Munich Central Station and take a train to Dachau for a morning tour of the concentration camp. As your guide provides insightful information, see the brutal environment that prisoners were forced to inhabit between 1933 and the camp's liberation 12 years later. Walk through the barracks, see the gas chamber and stop in front of the memorial to remember the tens of thousands of prisoners who lost their lives here.

In Munich, embark on a walking tour that traces the roots and rise of the Third Reich. Visit the beer halls that hosted the first small gatherings of the fanatics who went on to lead Nazi Germany, and explore historical buildings like the former Gestapo headquarters and the building where Goebbels launched Kristallnacht, the infamous night of terror against the city's Jewish population.

Your tour ends at Munich Central Station.

Get an insight into the rise and fall of the Nazi Party with a combination tour of some of the most infamous locations from Hitler's rule. Visit Munich's World War II-era buildings and memorials, and see the first Nazi concentration camp at Dachau.

Meet your guide at Munich Central Station and take a train to Dachau for a morning tour of the concentration camp. As your guide provides insightful information, see the brutal environment that prisoners were forced to inhabit between 1933 and the camp's liberation 12 years later. Walk through the barracks, see the gas chamber and stop in front of the memorial to remember the tens of thousands of prisoners who lost their lives here.

In Munich, embark on a walking tour that traces the roots and rise of the Third Reich. Visit the beer halls that hosted the first small gatherings of the fanatics who went on to lead Nazi Germany, and explore historical buildings like the former Gestapo headquarters and the building where Goebbels launched Kristallnacht, the infamous night of terror against the city's Jewish population.

Your tour ends at Munich Central Station.

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9:15 AM, Tour in English

Duration 8h 30m No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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Dachau Concentration Camp & Third Reich Walking Tour

Activity Location

Munich

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Radius Tours office

    Opposite track 32–34 Arnulfstraße 3

    Munich 80335


Highlights

  • 2 tours exploring the history of the Nazi Party

  • Infamous facilities & monuments of Nazi architecture

  • Authorised guide to tour the Dachau concentration camp

  • Hitler's headquarters & site of the Munich agreement

  • Insightful narratives about the Third Reich & Nazi leaders


Inclusions

  • Guided tours of Munich and the Dachau concentration camp

  • Admission to the Dachau concentration camp site

  • Live commentary provided in English

  • Roundtrip transport between Munich and Dachau via train


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Dachau Concentration Camp & Third Reich Walking Tour ratings based on 15 verified reviews

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4.9 out of 5

5/5 May 11, 2018

We had the best guide ever. Steve really knew the history and back story to Dachau that brought it alive and relatable. Highly recommend this tour.

5/5 May 06, 2018

Great tour. Nice to here from the guide the truth about what happened and how the German people feel about the War.

Thomas B

United States