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Dachau Concentration Camp

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Alte Römerstr. 75
Dachau, 85221Germany

 +49 8131 669970

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"As Janelle pointed out, train service in Europe is outstanding. And in fact, my wife and I have taken the train from Amsterdam to Bruges and it was a great trip (If you are interested in what we did in Amsterdam and Bruges, see our Blog Site Post at ."  See More

"You have enough time to visit Dachau Concentration Camp but it is a somber place to visit."  See More

"If you're into history then Dachau Concentration Camp is by far the most meaningful and compelling attraction in the area (and it's a great trip from the airport because it doesn't require transit through the city centre)."  See More

"Dachau Concentration Camp is also a must-see."  See More

"Whilst in Munich I'd definitely recommend the Pinakotheken museum complex and Dachau Concentration Camp."  See More

"If you go to one place in Munich make it Dachau Concentration Camp."  See More

"Public transportation to the Theresienwiese (where the festival is held) is good, your choice of the subway system, tram cars or buses. Get yourselves a Munich Transportation Map ( !"  See More

Dachau Concentration Camp memorial site is 25 minute train ride from Munich HBF, then get bus 726 to the gates-a sobering but interesting visit if you're interested in history."  See More

"We saw quite a few kids when we were at Dachau Concentration Camp."  See More

"Dachau Concentration Camp is the most graphic and sobering of all the camp museums, so it might be a bit intense for a 9 and 11 year old, but it depends on your kids' overall maturity."  See More

"Definitely have a beer at the Hofbräuhaus, grab a few picnic items at the Viktualienmarkt and have a picnic in a park, visit the Pinakotheken museums and visit Dachau Concentration Camp."  See More

"We did Dachau Concentration Camp and Fussen/Neuschwanstein Castle which were great!"  See More

"Dachau Concentration Camp would be the closest and the King Ludwig trifecta of Linderhof Palace, Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau are also great options."  See More

"We took our young adult children,18 & 21, last June to Dachau Concentration Camp it was difficult for them."  See More

"6) If you have the time, definitely take a taxi or subway to Dachau and see the Dachau Concentration Camp, yes it is sobering, but the museum there is good and everyone should visit one of these camps at least once in their lives."  See More

"If you visit Dachau Concentration Camp, it's more about what isn't there than what is - the grounds today are a quiet place of reflection."  See More

"Some things to see/do in Munich: Englischer Garten, Hirschgarten (huge beer garden) which is close to Nymphenburg Palace, Marienplatz, watch surfers in the English Garden at Eisbach, and Dachau Concentration Camp (disturbing and deeply moving)."  See More

"Lastly, I would recommend a sobering, but necessary trip to Dachau Concentration Camp."  See More

"As well, a sobering visit to Dachau Concentration Camp is a 20 minute train ride out of Munich."  See More

"If you are into European history you could visit Dachau Concentration Camp, but this might be quite heavy depending on what you want."  See More

"BMW Museum Deutsches Museum Englischer Garten Dachau Concentration Camp Hofbräuhaus pub City center - Marienplatz, Karlsplatz Parkanlagen area  Schloss Nymphenburg Munich Zoo (if you like) Around Munich city, you can go to the following places:"  See More

"I would also recommend Dachau Concentration Camp and the Olympiapark."  See More

"Another thing that I have to recommend is the Dachau Concentration Camp about an hour train ride from Munich."  See More

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