Cette visite guidée poignante s’adresse à tous ceux qui parmi vous sont juifs, qui ont eu des parents juifs en Autriche ou bien qui s’intéressent à la vie juive de Vienne avant et pendant la Shoah.
Mon cœur se tourne vers ceux qui ont perdu un parent ou un membre de sa famille dans la Shoah.
Nous débuterons notre visite par le commencement de la vie juive à Vienne pendant le Moyen âge. Pourquoi les Juifs étaient-ils tellement indispensables à la richesse de la ville?
Nous allons visiter l’emplacement de l’ancienne ville juive médiévale, découvrir les ruines de l’ancienne synagogue et voir aussi le monument de Shoah.
Puis nous visiterons l’ancien siège de la Gestapo, un autre mémorial contre la guerre et nous aurons un aperçu sur Leopoldstadt, centre de la vie juive au 19ème siècle.
Nous continuerons ensuite jusqu’à Heldenplatz et je vais tout vous expliquer sur les Autrichiens et leur fascination néfaste pour Adolf Hitler, puis sur l’Anschluss et les horreurs qui ont suivi.
Ensuite, je veux vous montrer le mémorial controversé d’Alfred Hrdlicka sur la place de l’Albertina. Pourquoi controversé?
Vous apprendrez ceci durant le circuit de notre visite!
L’un des Juifs les plus célèbres de Vienne était Sigmund Freud c’est pour cela que notre visite se conclura au Musée Sigmund Freud!

Langues

Allemand: langue maternelle
Français: couramment
Anglais: couramment
  • DURÉE

    4 heures

  • RENDEZVOUS ET FIN DE LA VISITE

    Rendezvous: à Judenplatz (Place Juif), devant le monument Shoa

    fin: Musée de Sigmund Freud

  • DÉROULEMENT

    à pied et en taxi

  • ITINÉRAIRE

    Judenplatz – Place Juif, Monument de Shoa
    Schwedenplatz – l’ancien Gestapo
    Monument contre la guerre
    Leopoldstadt, l’ancien quartier Juif
    Place des Héros
    Place de l’Albertina, monument contre le fascisme
    Musée de Sigmund Freud

  • PRIX

    260 Euro

  • MONNAIE NÉCESSAIRE

    50 EURO – 12 EUR Sigmund Freud Museum Ticket, 12 EUR Musée de l’histoire Juif de moyen age, 20 EUR pour taxis, une bonne tasse de café viennois

des Avis

Nous avons visité la veille ville pendant 3h avec Susane, qui parle très bien français et qui a une réelle passion pour sa ville. Nous avons bien aimé aussi la petite pause autour d’un vrai café viennois.Vienne est une très belle ville avec une architecture exceptionnelle.

AURÉLIE DUCHAMPSTOUR: Les Incontournables de Vienne

Our tour was absolutely excellent, full of varied and interesting information that was carefully selected and prepared. The four hour tour remained stimulating and interesting and was a real highlight of our stay in Vienna. I was taking the tour with my 82 year old mother and Suzanne was thoughtful and considerate making everything as easy for her as possible. I would have no hesitation in recommending Suzanne to anyone wishing to learn about history and art in Vienna.

KATE NEWMANTOUR: City Tour and Kunsthistorisches Museum

Not only was the tour wonderful it was especially helpful to have Susanne as a private guide in the museum. She gave us much more understanding of the art, the period and the connections between periods. Susanne was delightful and even gave us some help with a medical problem one of us had. Highest recommendation

BOB SCHNEIDERTOUR: City Tour and Kunsthistorisches Museum

Susanne was a wonderful guide to Vienna. She was extremely knowledgeable about art and history (our particular interests), energetic, attentive, helpful and warm. We are very happy she was our guide to this beautiful city!

DAN ROSSTOUR: Citytour and Kunsthistorisches Museum

Jewish history of Vienna is a very delicate topic that many tour guides try to avoid. Susanne does a wonderful job in highlighting this important part of Vienna’s past! She was very knowledgeable and thoughtful. I was visiting Vienna with my young daughter and my goal was to share the history of the city with her while highlighting the impact the Jewish community has made on it over many centuries. Susanne was able to accomplish this goal with excellence. We are very grateful for such wonderful experience

ALEXANDER LURYETOUR: Jewish History Tour

Susan is very positive and has good understanding to The need and interest I have on my visit to Vienna . She is one of the best I can recommend to my friends who Will visit Vienna .

YASER HAMDANTOUR: Vienna’s Must-See Sites

Susanne, our tour guide around Vienna was superb. She was very well informed and delivered an insight in to the history; culture and fascinating sights in a truly professional manner. She was very personable and a delight to be with. We would highly recommend her as your tour guide.

MORRIS ROBINSONTOUR: Customized City Tour

Susanne’s knowledge of the subject matters was excellent and the diversity of the tour (museum, market, highlights along the way) was appreciated. She provided us with follow up material to read or watch on the subject matters we were interested in and we really appreciate her attention to details and our wishes. Of yes, she is very personable and considerate as we ranged in ages from 58 to 80. Highly recommend her!!

GLORIA STICKLINTOUR: Gustav Klimt, Belvedere and Naschmarket

Our tours were outstanding with Susanne. She is knowledgeable about history, art, Jewish Heritage etc. It was a real learning experience and Susanne was delightful to be with. We are so pleased and will recommend Toursbylocals and Susanne to friends.

SANDRA POSLUNSTOUR: Jewish History Tour

If there would have been a six star rating, Susanne would have deserved it all the way ! She is this very special guide who walks the extra mile with pleasure, like: sending beforehand a whole list of links and ideas (movies, music, Youtube interviews, books, …) so one can prepare for the tour properly/extensively; adding extra hidden gem ideas to improve even thisbr brave tour; informing if her guests returned safely home… She actively involved the youngsters in the tour. She is most recommendable !

JAN LAMBRECHTTour: Vienna in the Third Reich

BEST DAY of our trip! It started with a scenic drive outside of the city on our way to the picturesque Wachau Valley. After an apricot danish in the town of Krems we saw several other quaint towns, and miles of miles of vineyards on our way to our lunchtime cruise down the Danube River and then ended up in the town of Melk and a tour of the Melk Abbey. Susanne planned a simply perfect day – one we won’t forget for quite some time! This was a 10 star tour!

SUSAN WOODTOUR: Wachau Valley Tour