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Such a fascinating tour just marred by the fact that the guide made no effort to allow anyone in the group to translate for us except for once when he wanted us to know how the Brits and Americans had treated the villagers after the...More
We had read about the caves in Oppenheimer and the kids were excited to visit. When we got to the tourist information center in the Rathaus we inquired about an tour in English. The information lady said there were tours in German however none in...More
We were visiting in the area and decided to take a tour of the underground. The town has taken great care to bring these almost forgotten tunnels of 'Old Town' safe for tourists to view and learn from the guides who really know their history....More
We took a guided tour of this fascinating attraction, the guide was a German but spoke English perfectly & delivered the story of this 'city under a city' perfectly with remarkable enthusiasm & impeccable knowledge.
It's cost millions of euros to open just a small...More
Unfortunately our tour was in German so I didn't understand it all. Very interesting though. You do have to wear a hard hat but other than that it was a wonderful tour. These tunnels are thought to be hundreds of years old due to the...More
We stopped by this town to see the Saint Katharine church, but were pleasantly pleased with the Kellerlabyrinth. This is a series of underground passageways connecting all of the original town homes. The history of these passageways goes back over 1000 years and was in...More
We'll don well lighted and most worthwhile. All the cellars connected. Deep caverns dating Bach well over 700 hrs No real idea of their purpose
Neither dangerous nor scary nor hard to navigate
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Guided tours in language groups. The guides are mainly knowledgeable amateur enthusiasts who love to share their passion with visitors. One hour and 500 meters of history. Until this visit, I never knew why, in castles, some spiral staircases were clockwise and others were anti-clockwise....More