In the concentration camp, which Hitler ordered to be built just weeks after being appointed Reich Chancellor, you will visit the museum and watch a documentary on the camp’s history.
What to Expect
Pay tribute to the victims of National Socialism by visiting the concentration camp in Dachau, which Adolf Hitler ordered to be built for political prisoners just a few weeks after becoming Reich Chancellor. The camp was to serve as a model for all subsequent concentration camps and a "school of violence" for the men of the SS. 41,500 people were murdered in the twelve years the camp existed. It wasn't until 29 April 1945 that the Americans freed the last survivors from the camp. Please be respectful and visit the memorial site wearing appropriate clothing.
You will be taken back in time to what is regarded as the darkest chapter of German history. During the journey to Dachau and also in the concentration camp itself, your tour guides will provide you with key historical information. Visit the museum and watch the memorial site's documentary film for a deeper insight into everything that happened at the camp. You'll have time to go over the day’s impressions on your safe trip back to Munich.
- Transportation in air-conditioned coaches
- Live guide on the tour (English/German)
- Memorial site visit
What's Not Included
- Food and Beverages
- Optional Gratuities