You can also select to add a visit to the Dachau Memorial Site and former concentration camp, which would make this a full-day experience with one of our history experts.
WW2 Nazi Munich Tour
Scholl Siblings and Resistance
- If you are interested in extending your day to include a visit to Dachau Memorial Site, please select the option at checkout. This will be a 9-hour day, meeting for a morning tour at 9 am, followed by a brief lunch (at own expense) before getting the train to the Dachau Memorial Site. We will spend 3 hours on-site before traveling back to Munich together, finishing around 6 pm. Transport to Dachau is included.
- Alternatively, you can visit the Dachau Memorial Site on your second day in Munich on our Dachau Day Trips tour.
If I would like to visit the Dachau Memorial Site, can I just check the optional box?
Achim is a writer and tour guide originally from Ochsenfurt, a tiny village around a huge sugar factory between the vineyards of Lower Franconia. He obtained his MA from the University of Erlangen after submitting his thesis focusing on the Nuremberg Party Rallies of the NSDAP. He has published travel books on Montenegro and Munich, both currently still in print and well selling in the 4th, respectively 5th edition. He is fully licensed by the Memorial site in Dachau as a docent and has eight years experience of tour guiding in and around Munich with an emphasis on NS related topics, but also claims to prepare the best beer garden food in town.
Franz is a native „Münchner“ and has been a professional tour guide for more than a decade. After receiving a degree in Business Administration he began working in the travel industry. His passion is tour-guiding: he loves to be on the road showing people the beauty of his native Bavaria, especially his hometown Munich with its fascinating history. His motto: "This job can't be beaten!". Come and enjoy the beauty and history of Munich and Bavaria with a true local.
Nicola runs an organisation dealing with far right extremism and racism, working with both administration and politics as well as civil society in the state of Bavaria. In her spare time she gives tours as an authorised guide at the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site. Her professional interest in the darker aspects of Munich’s 20th century history (and its echoes in the present) has also led her to giving city walking tours themed on the Third Reich. She has years of experience doing not only this, but also showing visitors the lighter side of Munich’s rich history and culture. She is especially interested in how the past is reflected in the present urban environment of Munich, in the official memorial culture and how this has changed over time. A Munich native, she was bitten by the travel bug years ago, has seen many different countries and lived in Australia before returning to her beloved hometown. Her M.A. degree in Intercultural Communications has added to her passion for introducing Munich to visitors from all over the world ever since.
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