Bavaria Safari Hotel

Address: Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 16, Dachau, Bavaria, 85221, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 16, Dachau, is near Dachau Concentration Camp, Flugwerft Schleisheim, and Lustheim Palace (Schloss Lustheim).
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    Travel Blogs from Dachau

    Never Again

    A travel blog entry by steph96 on Sep 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... during school and so knew what to expect but nothing can really prepare you for the shock of seeing everything in person. Dachau was a labor camp rather than an extermination camp, most of its prisoners died from the working conditions, starvation or were killed on site by SS troopers. Much of the site has been torn apart, however we were able to view the front entrance, the registration area where prisoners were registered, showered, ...

    There are some things you just never understand

    A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Jul 12, 2015


    ... up before we even get to the camp and all I feel is a sense of dread. I have been in one before. I don't want to go again but I go for Amber.

    We last 5 minutes cause Amber can't bear to be in the place; neither can I. I am relived to get out. Even though there are many people around you, it still feels eerily quiet. Amber makes the point that it is similar to our refugee camps right now back home and with horror I realise there is some truth ...

    Excursion to Dachau

    A travel blog entry by linley_t on May 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... like Auschwitz but so many prisoners died from "work extermination". Literally worked to death, as well as starvation, brutal beatings, freezing cold conditions etc. The SS were the guards but most other people with some authority were prisoners themselves. A very difficult position to be in. It seems to me that to qualify to become an SS officer you had to be a brutal sadist! There were ovens and furnaces at ...


    A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 27, 2015

    ... Canadian brothers and was lead by an excellent tour guide who grew up in Australia but moved to Munich in 1997 and stayed. During our introductions on the train, we were informed by our guide that today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, so a very apt and poignant day to be visiting Dachau. It was snowing quite hard in Munich when we left and it pursued us on our ten minute train ride out to the town of Dachau. It's ...

    Crimes Against Humanity & Shopping Malls

    A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... hears that name (not that there is much else going on there anyway.) We did make a stop at a mall just down the street from the camp for coffee and breakfast and a desperately needed toothbrush since mine broke that morning. We also picked up some groceries there for the ride on our way out.

    We arrived at the camp visitor center just in time to catch an English speaking tour that just started. We attached ourselves to the tour and ...