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?
Jeff arrived in Munich quite by accident just after his 21st birthday and since then has lived for around 35 years in Bavaria‘s capital. He began tour guiding in 2000 and is now one of the most experienced on the circuit. He has in this time been a co-founder and owner of a Munich tour company but in 2010 decided to go freelance. Articles on his Third Reich tours have appeared in respected national publications such as Süddeutschezeitung and Der Spiegel. Most of his tours centre around this subject and the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial but in his days as a company owner he designed the first ever tour in Munich dedicated to beer and brewing. As well as this he enjoys all things related to food and loves introducing people to the multi-faceted world of gastronomy in what has become an increasingly cosmopolitan city. Munich has many other charms and a history which he loves to show and explain on a walk through the charming medieval old town.
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