Prepare to learn about the rich Jewish history of Vienna on this 2-hour walking tour of the city's Jewish attractions, including World War II-related sites. Walk to two of the city's central squares, Morzinplatz and Judenplatz.
Before anything else, meet your guide near Stephansplatz on Rotenturmstrasse and head out on your walking tour of Vienna's Jewish sites. First stop, Morzinplatz (Morzin Square), where you'll see a monument that honors the Jewish residents of Vienna. Learn from your guide about the actions of the Gestapo in Vienna. Next, walk through the Jewish Textile Quarter near Rudolfsplatz, which stands in Judenplatz (Jewish Square). Hear from your guide about the political controversy that surrounded the memorial and delayed its opening. Your tour ends in Judenplatz, where you can visit the Jewish Museum. Entry is approximately 10 euros, and the museum is home to an excavation of a medieval synagogue, and artworks by a painter and Holocaust victim, Adolf Frankl.
Travelers said that the tour guide was very thorough and knowledgeable. They were happy with how the tour was organized. Recommended to anyone looking for a great tour about the Jewish part of the city.