Historical Tour of Hitler's Vienna
- See the Heroe’s Square, the location where Hitler announced the annexation of Austria
- Walk across the Jewish Quarter with the only Synagogue that survived the Nazi regime
- Holocaust Monument - Commemorating the victims of the Austrian Jewish Community
On this walking tour in Vienna you will see where it all began! How did an Austrian postcard painter turn into the world’s most hated man? Where could Hitler and Stalin have met? Let us show you the scars of World War II and the remains of the divided city. Take a deeper look into the darkest days of Vienna’s history.
Our walk will begin at our meeting point in front of the Albertina museum, next to the State Opera House (Staatsoper). On this walking tour you will gain insight into what, where and why it all happened. Find out what and who influenced the young Adolf Hitler’s mind, hear and see the impact of 53 bomb attacks with more than 100.000 on the city, learn what happened to the once enormous Jewish community of the city, see the only Synagogue that would survive the Nazi regime, and visit the Holocaust memorial. Let us tell you how Vienna was divided after the war, why it was the only city in the world where the Allied Powers managed a zone together, and why a Heroes' Monument of the Red Army remains in the city to this day.
We will stop by major historical landmarks and after this tour you will certainly have gained profound insights into the darkest days of our history. The “Hitler’s Vienna” walk is not to be missed!
- Live Guided Tour
- Food & Drinks
- Children 7-16 years old: reduced
- Children 0-6 years old: free
Operngasse 6, 1010 Wien, Austria
The tour starts at 2.30 pm at our meeting point in in the old historical centre of Vienna, in front of Albertina building right next to the fountain (street level, not upstairs at the museum´s entrance). Just look for the green umbrella.
- Monday, Wednesday, Saturday at 2.30pm
- From 3 November till 23 March only Saturdays at 2.30pm
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