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Our tour guide Seema was amazing. The meeting point was easy to find and she was there promptly. She contacted us ahead of time and catered the tour to our three teenagers perfectly. Not one of them looked at their phone during the 2 hour tour as they were extremely interested in the information she was sharing with them about Hitler and the Third Reich. She took the time to explain the psychology of what happened to the people living during that time and at every point in the tour she left time for the kids to ask questions and look around to absorb what they were learning. The 2 hour tour seemed too short!!! I would highly recommend Seema’s tours.
Outstanding tour, much better than expected; more than just Vonnegut..
The guide Danilo was very passionate about Vonnegut, Dresden, WWII history, and the parallels to our world today. He was very knowledgeable on the subjects. Very interactive tour with additional visual aids. Would recommend to anyone. Great value as well, got much more than I expected and opened my mind a bit more. Would've loved to talk more with him over a few beers! Thanks for the experience!
Danilo has tremendous knowledge, and a warm personality. He tells all about the calamity of 1945, explains Allied bombing strategy, points out targets, talks of the aftermath and death toll. I’m a Vonnegut lover and it was very moving for me to be in the cellar (now renovated, of course) where KV and other American POW’s survived the firestorm.
Hommel is a knowledgeable guide with a good understanding of the history and the imperatives of WWII and it's relevance to our current times. Must-do tour if you are a Vonnegut fan and have read the book or are a keen follower of war history.
Not your usual tourist tour. The guide combines historical knowledge with political insights. You learn to see Dresden in a different light. Lots of information on Kurt Vonnegut - of course - placing him in the time and location of 1945