Learn about Adolf Hitler’s early years in Vienna and how he became the leader of the Nazi Party on a 2.5-hour walking tour of Vienna’s city centre, during which you'll take in the major war history landmarks.
Hitler's Vienna Tour
Greet your guide in front of the Albertina Museum, very close to the State Opera House, in the city centre, and embark on a unique historical walking tour. Go back in time and gain insight into the most hated man in the world and uncover where it all began.
Escorted by your English-speaking history expert guide, learn who influenced Adolf Hitler as you explore Vienna’s Jewish Quarter and visit the only remaining Synagogue that survived World War II. Next, walk to the Holocaust Memorial, also known as the Nameless Library, built to commemorate the Jewish victims of the Nazi regime in Austria.
During this 2.5-hour tour, your guide will reveal how Vienna was divided when it was occupied by the Allies, but how it remained under control of both the Western Allies and the Soviet Union until 1955, unlike Germany. Learn about one of the darkest moments in Austria’s history by visiting the landmarks where defining events took place like Heroes’ Square.
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Walking tour in English
Children under 14US$ 18.10
Children under 6Free
2 hours 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in english.
2.5 hour historical walking tour.
Expert English speaking guide.
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In front of the Albertina Museum (Albertinaplatz 1, 1010 Wien)