Day Trip • €79
Our first stop will take us to the Dachau Concentration Camp and WWII memorial on a journey through the stark reality of what was known as Germany’s darkest period of history. Dachau was the first Nazi concentration camp, located in the small German town of Dachau, 10 miles northwest of Munich and served as the prototype for all the future extermination and labor camps to follow. Through a film and self-guided audio tour you will be given a sobering sense of the inhumane treatment and terrible suffering that went on in the camp. During its 12 years of operation at Dachau more than 200,000 prisoners passed through the camp and 41,500 were murdered until their liberation by two divisions of the US Seventh Army on April 29, 1945.
Next we journey on to Munich, the true heart and unofficial capital of southern Germany. After an orientation tour of the city, you’ll be free to explore its treasures! Visit the Hofbräuhaus for a quintessential Bavarian experience of sausage and a “Mass” of beer or enjoy one of the many museums within walking distance of the main square. Climb the 306 steps of the bell tower of the Church of St. Peter and you’ll be rewarded with the best panoramic view of the city and nearby Alps and Marienplatz, the central square of the city, offers the world’s largest working “Glockenspiel."
Please check the departure status of your tour prior to booking.
Pick Up Time & Place:
Departs 0330 hrs
Returns 2330 hrs
Main Chapel Parking Lot, Ramstein AFB. Please park toward center of the lot.
Є69 Children 3-12years
Not recommended for children under 3 years of age.
• Round Trip Deluxe Coach
• Dachau Concentration Camp
• Camp Audio Tour & Film
• City tour of Munich
• Bavarian Alpine Scenery
• RTT Tour Guide
Meals and beverages not mentioned above and items of a personal nature are not included.
From day of booking until 14 days prior €15 of tour price, per person.
From 13 days until 2 days prior 50% of tour price, per person.
Later Cancellations - No refunds.
No Show - No Refund
All participants must be in possession of a valid US tourist passport during the tour.
German law requires ALL child passengers, regardless of size or age, to have a seat on a bus and use an approved safety seat provided by the customer.