FAQs

 

WHERE DOES THE DACHAU TOUR BEGIN?

Our group tour meets at the centrally located Marienplatz underneath the tower of the Old Town Hall. You will find your guide holding a Dachau Tour sign. Underneath the tower you will see the Spielzeug Museum and a statue of Juliet. This location is very easy to find and easily accessible from all over Munich. Please don't be late as we have a specific train to catch and cannot wait late arrivals.

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

HOW MANY GUESTS ARE THERE ON TOUR?

Our daily group tours vary in size depending on what time of year. On average our group size is 8-15 guests, comercial operaotrs will have 30-40 guests on there tour during the peak season. Please note that during busy periods such as the Oktoberfest group sizes can be larger. 

 

HOW TO CONTACT US:

You can contact James at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ARE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED?

Reservations are not required for our group tour, you can just show up on the day. For further information about our dates and times click below. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

WHAT DAYS DO THE TOUR RUN?

The tour runs every day except Wednesday From May 1st until October 6th. For further information about our dates and times click below. 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

IS TRANSPORT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

Yes, all transport costs are included in the price.

 

HOW LONG IS THE TOUR?

The tour leaves Munich 9:30 sharp and arrives back between 14:00 and 14:30

 

WHAT TO BRING?

Please bring something to drink and snacks if required. There is no opportunity to buy water and food during the tour.

 

WHAT TO WEAR?

Please dress appropriately as we are visiting a memorial site. And please check the weather on the day. Half of the tour is outside, we can have four seasons in one day in Bavaria.

 

IS THE MEMORIAL SITE WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE?

Yes, the memorial site is wheel chair accessible. Please contact us if you any further questions.

 

IS THE TOUR APPROPIATE FOR CHILDREN?

Naturally some of the topics covered can be difficult for children to comprehend. There is a short video that is not appropriate for young children. We also understand that this may be the only oportunity for a family to visit a concentration camp and therefore alow children to join the tour.

It is up to the parents to decide whether or not to bring their children on the tour.

 

tripadvisor cert exc

We are required by UK law to advise you that our website uses cookies. 0