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Fully Guided Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich
"Travel by train from Munich with a guide and take a comprehensive tour of Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site with one of the site's own guides.The name Dachau is synonymous with the concentration camp system. It Dachau was the precursor to a system of brutality and violence that spread across continental Europe as the Nazis attempted to take control. Learn about the historical context (always with the perspective of the prisoners in mind) during the your local guide will be available to answer further questions you may have.""""Take a 5-hour tour to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site a place of reflection and education dedicated to the estimated 42000 prisoners that lost their lives there. Take the train from Munich towards Dachau
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Private Tour: Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich
"Meet your guide at Munich Central Station or your centrally located Munich hotel then take a train to Dachau where a bus will then transport you to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site.During the Holocaust Dachau was referred to as the ‘parent camp’ serving as a training ground for the genocide during the Third Reich. A staggering range of persecuted people were sent to Dachau — including communists German dissidents gay men Jehovah’s Witnesses
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Full-Day Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich by Train
"Meet your professional guide at a central Munich location from where you will start your full-day Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site tour by train. Learn about some of the camp's prisoners while you hear about Dachau's creation operation and evolution as well as how the camp became Germany's most important place for education and remembrance.Dachau was the first permanent concentration camp built by Germany's Nazi Party and the most important camp within their system. It opened only two m and it was the only concentration camp that existed for the full 12 years of Hitler’s dictatorship. During this tour with your Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site-qualified guide you will learn why the camp opened and who were the first development and SS training facilities as well as the registration categorization and treatment of prisoners.See Jourhaus
From EUR21.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Regensburg

Birdwatching by the River

The river banks along Stadtamhof and the islands are popular among winged inhabitants, too. This area is park-like with lots of trees, the perfect home for many birds who do not mind the vicinity of...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 31, 2012

The Poor Poet's Lane

This tiny street with the cute name Poetengäßchen (Poets' Lane) is located between Gesandtenstraße and Predigerkirche - it is so small that it is not even marked in town maps. The name is really the...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 30, 2012

Stadtamhof, the Suburb beyond the River

Stadtamhof, the suburb on the opposite bank of the Danube at the far end of Steinerne Brücke, was not part of the imperial city of Rgensburg – it was part of Bavaria. Crossing the river on the bridge...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 28, 2012

University

Regensburg is a rather young university town. The university was founded only in 1967 – it is one of the many new universities of the 1960s. Its main campus is located far outside the city centre on a...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 25, 2012

Church of St Oswald and the Iron Bridge

The Iron Bridge (Eiserner Steg) is a narrow pedestrian bridge that connects the island of Oberer Wöhrd with the old town. The church of St Oswald impresses by its location on the river bank; when...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 25, 2012

Auerhaus

Hidden in a side lane off Haidplatz, this large house hardly reveals its full size. The architectural design, or lack thereof, rather tells of understatement. A part of the house was demolished in the...
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Kathrin_E
Dec 25, 2012
 
 
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Pfaffenstein hiking trails

On the northern side of the Danube there is a hill that extends along the river to the west. There are a series of trails that you can bike, run, or stroll along providing spectacular views of...
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dentremo
Apr 04, 2011

A hidden gem

My guidebook made no mention of St Jacob's......pure chance that I came across it.It's very old.......a monastery and church founded by Irish monks in the 1100s.and it has the most wonderful northern...
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leics
Jul 26, 2009

Ort der Begugnung

A white marble (?) monument by an Israeli artist, Dani Karavan, is placed where the old Regegensburg synagogue once stood.It was thought that the Neupfarrkirche had been built on the site when it was...
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leics
Jul 24, 2009

Interesting...and easily missed

Unless you enter the Dom by the small door on the South side you will probably miss the sculpture on one of the arches to its right, and the information plaque near the door.Its old, of course....no...
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leics
Jul 24, 2009

monastic voyage

This is a bit of a sad story in more than one way. I have wanted to visit this monastic beer paradise for many years but it’s not the easiest place to get to. It’s on a narrow bend of the Danube River...
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richiecdisc
Sep 10, 2005

Around Town in the Parks ...

Starting somewhere on the Danube (maybe Herzogs park in the west. walk east until you reach Villapark, then go through the park and exit at Ostentor. Now you can walk all around town in the "green"...
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timdowd
Dec 29, 2003

The old commercal quarter

It is located in the centre of the old part of the town and it is characterized by the towers of the whealthy merchants and patricians. The Goldene Turm (Golden Tower) in Wahlenstrasse is the most...
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MEdelmann
Jun 18, 2003

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Muellerstrasse 7, Regensburg, Bavaria, 93059, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Regensburg

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Old Sausage Kitchen - Wurstkuchl

Said to be the world's oldest sausage kitchen. Beautiful setting, seating inside and outside...incredibly busy at lunchtimes and even beyond (partly thanks to cruise ship passengers like us with...
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Old Town Hall - Altes Rathaus

From the Steinerne Bridge walking towards the Old Town turn right and walk 4 streets to the fishmarket, then you will see the Old Town Hall.Built during the 15th century, however the tower was built...
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Stone Bridge - Steinerne Brücke

The old stone bridge of Regensburg spans the Danube River. It was a mess during our visit as it is being restored. I think it may have been damaged in the floods of the previous year. This bridge...
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Islands

The best way to enjoy the panorama of the old town is a walk on the opposite bank of the Danube. The panorama is finest along the islands of Oberer and Unterer Wöhrd, but also the promenade walk along...
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Cathedral - Dom St. Peter

The Cathedral in Regensburg is called St Peter’s Dom. It dates from 700 AD. Its two massive spires are visible from many parts of the city. The exterior of the cathedral is covered with beautiful...
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Neupfarrplatz - Neupfarr Church

Neupfarr Platz is a beautiful square. It is home to the Neupfarr Kirche. The church here was built in 1540 and occupies the site of a former synagogue. In the Middle Ages this area was Regensburg's...
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"Who says you can't go back? Regensburg"
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"Regensburg - a magical city"
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