I booked a place for an English-guided tour a week before the visit - make sure you have a reservation, because this place is of a high demand! In fact, what they meant by English tour was an ability of the particular guide to speak English, but not that the tour will be in English (although if you're a big group (of 6 - 8 English speakers), they might be able to provide the tour in English.) I was visiting alone, so when I came to Dialog im Dunkeln, it turned out that I was the only one on that tour who didn't speak German (I understand a little bit of it, but not comfortable to communicate.) But I can tell you it even helped - it was an advantage to experience not only the life of a blind person, but also the one who doesn't understand a language. After 10 - 15 minutes in the dark I started to explore the new world with a huge interest and tried carefully to know about the people around and our guide - amazing Sonia, whom we actually haven't seen in the end (I guess, it is the idea of the tour) - it gave a lot of new feelings and memories. If you're in Hamburg, please try it!
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