in Vienna, Austria

Jewish Vienna 1.5-Hour Walking Tour


Vienna, Austria

19

1 - 10

1 hr 30 mins


$ 19
per person
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Tour Information


Overview
  • Discover the history of Jewish Vienna from the Middle Ages to present day on a 1.5-hour walking tour between the Danube Canal and Judenplatz. See commemorative plaques, important buildings, squares and institutions, and listen to individual stories.
    Highlights
    • Discover the history of Jewish Vienna
    • See commemorative plaques, buildings, and squares between the Danube Canal and Judenplatz
    • Learn more about the medieval Jewish quarter, the mass extermination of the 20th century, and the current developments in the city
    • Take a look at the Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance in the old town hall
    • Visit the monument to Austrian victims of the Holocaust

Location
  • Around:
    • Vienna, Austria
  • Pickup: On the corner of Schwedenplatz/Rotenturmstraße (in front of McDonalds), Vienna

Categories
  • Artsy Arts & Culture
  • Outdoor and nature Outdoor & Nature

Time of Tour
  • Departure at: 9:00 AM
  • Duration: 1 hr 30 mins

Additional
  • Price per person: $19
  • Size: 1 - 10 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages: English, German

Inclusion
  • Includes
    • Walking tour
    • Tour guide
    What’s not included
    • Synagogue or museum entry ticket
    • Transfers
    • Food and drinks

Cancellation
  • Cancel up to 24h before, incurring a processing fee of 10%

Jewish Vienna 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Jewish Vienna on this informative walking tour. Learn more about the tension between repeated construction and destruction on a guided tour between the Danube Canal and Judenplatz.

Hear individual stories and see commemorative plaques, important buildings, squares, and institutions. Learn about the medieval Jewish quarter from the mass extermination of the 20th century to the latest developments of Jewish Vienna today.

Visit the exhibition of the Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance in the old town hall and learn about the symbolism of the Holocaust Memorial at Judenplatz. You can also visit the impressive Or Zarua Synagogue or the Art Forum of the painter and Holocaust victim Adolf Frankl.
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Reviews

4.6 stars, based on 14 reviews
Ursula
Ursula
war eine geschichtlich sehr fundierte Führung
Geschichtlich gut ausgeführt und unser Guide wechselte gekonnt zwischen Deutsch und Englisch und wir haben uns vielleicht etwas mehr Information über das tatsächlich damals stattgefundene Leben erwartet.
06/06/2017 at 00:00
christiena
christiena
The guide made everything
We were lucky to have the guide Bridget who is such an amazing person with a lot of knowledge about history. She combined facts with little things to know and made this trip unique.
30/05/2017 at 00:00
Waltraud
Waltraud
Empfehlenswert!
Großartige Führung, anschaulich und fundiert.
03/05/2017 at 00:00
Yvonne
Yvonne
Immer wieder! Super Fremdenführerin und beeindruckende Informationen.
-super kompetente Fremdenführerin -beeindruckende Informationen über das jüdische Wien -sehr zu empfehlen
28/03/2017 at 00:00
Maria
Maria
Excelente visita
Muy bien estructurado y con mucha información sin exageraciones. Hora y media que vale la pena invertir.
14/03/2017 at 00:00
Noel
Noel
Very good tour, well worth the time and money.
Guide was knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and pleasant.
30/08/2016 at 00:00
Barbara
Barbara
Great dynamic insightful tour
I thoroughly enjoyed this Jewish Vienna tour. You gain unparallelled insight into the history of the Jews in Vienna, from the Middle Ages until now. The walk covered just a few hundred metres in total but was packed with insightful stories. Tour guide Barbara's passion for the subject gave the tour an excellent dynamic. The tour was bilingual and despite Barbara's effortless switches between English and German slowed it down a little. Overall a really good experience.
20/07/2016 at 00:00
Jane
Jane
Enlighting and interesting
We were intrigued, the guided tour was very important to get a wider perspective.It was very interesting and reflective.
03/05/2016 at 00:00
keren
keren
so disappointed
I'm sorry but I didn't feel like much was covered at all, the tour started 20 late and there just seemed to be a lot of standing around and no coherent narrative about Jewish life in the city. I feel a bit like I wasted a few hours of a short trip to vienna
12/01/2016 at 00:00
Wolfram
Wolfram
Sehr interessant
Super Tour, obwohl wir schon mehrfach in Wien waren, verstand es die Führerin neue Eindrücke und Gedanken zu ermöglichen, das Thema ist natürlich für Deutsche schwer, aber die Tour zeigt, wie es zu dem Wahnsinn kommen konnte und was er bedeutete. Barbara Zimmermann merke ich mir, sie macht auch andere Touren
16/12/2015 at 00:00
Avram
Avram
Outstanding guidebut too short of a tour
We were lucky to have a PhD in History as a our tour guide. Extremely knowledgeable and very articulate in English. Unfortunately the tour was in English and German at the same time which divided her time and attention. Came to realize that, as great as it was, the hour and a half tour is not enough to learn about Viennese Jewish history and culture.
08/09/2015 at 00:00
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
terrific
enjoyed every minute of it. the guide was very knowledgeable. she spent time answering questions afterwards and was extremely generous with her time.
08/08/2015 at 00:00
Andreas
Andreas
wahnsinnig interessant
Sehr anregend vor allem aufgrund der hervorragenden Führerin Frau Timmermann
03/06/2015 at 00:00
Martina
Martina
Erfuhr Neues als Ergänzung zu bisherigem Wissen!
Leider waren einige geschichtliche Daten unkorrekt, die vielleicht auch in der Schnelligkeit des Erzählens passiert sind (falsche Namen, zeitliche Zuordnungsfehler). Aber in Summe eine Bereicherung, Wien auf diese Weise kennengelernt zu haben.
02/04/2014 at 00:00