1. Austria
  2. Vienna
  3. Vienna State Opera

Vienna: World War II Historical Walking Tour

Product ID: 317992
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Explore some of the most important historical sites from Vienna’s Nazi regime on a 2-hour guided tour. Gain a deeper understanding of how this dark time in history affected and shaped modern Vienna.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 3:00 PM
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Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible

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  • Discover the history of the Austrian capital under the Nazi regime
  • See the sculptures of the Monument Against War and Fascism
  • Visit the famous Schillerplatz and the gate of Heldenplatz
  • Learn about the Vienna State Opera
Full description
Depart on a walking tour with an expert guide and head for Café Central, the café frequently visited by Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Leon Trotsky, and Sigmund Freud. You will also see Heldenplatz (Hero’s Square), a location where Hitler and other Nazi leaders made their infamous speeches.

Stop at the Vienna State Opera and learn about its function during the Nazi regime. During your walk, you will get a chance to pay tribute at the World War II memorial in the central square of Morzinplatz. Here your guide will share stories about the hardships experienced by the Jewish community during this time of oppression.
  • Licensed guide
  • Walking tour

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Meeting point

Meet at the Monument Against War and Fascism, on Helmut Zilk Platz behind the State Opera House and opposite the Albertina Museum. Nearest metro station: Karlsplatz (U1, U2, U4). The tour guide will be carrying a yellow umbrella.

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What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
Know before you go
• This tour requires a minimum of 5 participants to take place
• In case of insufficient participants, the tour will be canceled and fully refunded
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Product ID: 317992