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Vienna: World War II Historical Walking Tour442 Reviews
Explore the city that had the greatest influence on Adolf Hitler. Learn what happened in Vienna during and after WWII on this guided walking tour.
- Stop at the only synagogue that survived the Nazi regime
- Visit Vienna’s somber Holocaust memorial
- See the scars of WWII and the remains of the divided city after the war
DescriptionUncover the social and political climate of Vienna and how this influenced the mind of a young Adolf Hitler during this guided walking tour. View historical sights like a synagogue that survived WWII and a Holocaust memorial. The 2.5-hour walking tour begins in front of the Albertina Museum, next to Vienna’s world-famous Opera House. Your guide will provide an insight into Hitler’s early years and his ideology. You’ll learn why and how the art student became a feared dictator. Learn about the effect that over 100,000 bombs had on the city. Hear about what happened to the city’s large Jewish community when ethnic rivalry and fear seized Vienna. See the only synagogue that survived the Nazi regime and visit Vienna’s somber Holocaust memorial. Learn how Vienna was divided after World War II: It was the only city in the world where the Allied powers managed a zone together.
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