Jewish Vienna Walking Tour
Visit the Vienna Holocaust Memorial
Following the Way of Memory
The synagogue does not allow external visitors except on their own guided tours, which happen at restricted times. If you would like to add this as an upgrade to your Jewish Vienna walk with Context, please contact us regarding a custom extension.
Do we visit the Jewish Museum on this tour?
The Jewish Museum is not part of our standard Jewish Vienna tour, however, if you would like to include a visit on your tour, please contact us regarding as custom extension.
Lisa completed her PhD in art history at UC Berkeley with a specialization in the Italian Renaissance. She has been a lecturer at UC Berkeley and UC Santa Cruz, as well as several other Bay Area institutions, and is on the faculty for study abroad programs in Florence and Vienna. She has taught numerous surveys of western and early modern art, as well as specialized classes on topics including art and politics, representations of war, gender and sexuality, the history of museums, and a range of Renaissance subjects. She also has a lifelong personal interest in Jewish history and Holocaust studies.
Bulgarian by birth, Marieta has lived in Vienna since childhood. She has a degree in Informatics and is a licensed guide for Vienna and all of Austria. After having worked in the IT business for over 20 years, she decided to dedicate herself to leading tours, and in particular to the transfer of knowledge about history, art, culture and the way of life to the visitors of Austria, mainly Vienna. Her area of specialty is Music in Vienna, Jewish Vienna, Vienna around 1900, and wine culture. Marieta focuses very much on continuous education on her specialties and actively deepens her knowledge by conducting independent research, attending lectures at various institutions like the Institute for Jewish history, exhibitions and museums in Vienna and abroad.
Reinhard studied literature, cultural science and pedagogy at the Universities of Salzburg, Graz and Vienna. His PhD thesis was about Henri Michaux and French post surrealistic literature and art, and he has published literary criticism articles in multiple scientific journals. Since 1986, Reinhard has been working in the field of cultural tourism and cultural pedagogy and has also taught as a lecturer at Graz University. His main research topic is Italian and European Renaissance, Baroque and the Fin-de-siècle. At present, he is working on a study about late Italian Renaissance and the Counter Reformation. His research activities have always been very stimulating for his practical and professional work as a cultural historian.
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