Viagem de um dia para o campo de concentração de Mauthausen saindo de Viena

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Mauthausen, Áustria

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8 horas 30 minutos (aproximadamente)
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Disponível em: Inglês

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Experimente uma parte comovente da história da Segunda Guerra Mundial com uma viagem de um dia ao Campo de Concentração de Mauthausen, saindo de Viena. O antigo campo dá uma olhada nos horrores perpetuados por Hitler durante a guerra. Um guia de áudio fornecerá informações históricas sobre cada site à medida que você for. O transporte de volta a Viena será incluído quando sua excursão terminar.
  • Viagem de um dia ao campo de concentração de Mauthausen a partir de Viena
  • Tour Mauthausen Concentration Camp com um guia de áudio informativo
  • Veja o quartel do prisioneiro, os quartéis da SS e a câmara de gás e visite o Museu de Mauthausen.
No verão de 1940, o Campo de Concentração de Mauthausen tornou-se um dos maiores complexos de campos de trabalho na parte ocupada pelos alemães na Europa. Cerca de 200.000 pessoas foram presas em Mauthausen, entre 1938 e 1945, e cerca de metade delas perderam a vida. Mauthausen foi o último complexo de campos a ser libertado pelos Aliados.
Comece o seu dia com uma corrida de táxi do seu hotel até o centro de Viena para se juntar ao seu motorista. Segure seu recibo para que seu custo de táxi possa ser reembolsado após sua viagem.
Suba a bordo do seu confortável veículo de turismo, conheça a sua simpática escolta de língua inglesa e conheça a história do Memorial de Mauthausen durante a viagem de 2,5 horas de Viena. Relaxe enquanto viaja pelo interior da Baixa e Alta Áustria.
Chegue ao Memorial Mauthausen, um edifício que fica no local do antigo Campo de Concentração de Mauthausen. Pegue o seu guia de áudio (disponível em 11 idiomas) e comece a fazer uma turnê independente pelos jardins. Veja a pedreira Wiener-Graben, o quartel dos prisioneiros, as chamadas “Escadas da Morte”, quartéis da SS, câmara de gás, prisão de campo e o Museu Mauthausen para mais informações históricas sobre o campo e a Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Uma variedade de pratos regionais preparados na hora está disponível para o almoço no Bistrol do Mauthausen Memorial. Depois, suba de volta a bordo do veículo da excursão e comece a viagem de volta a Viena. Você será devolvido à Ópera Estatal de Viena no centro de Viena.

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Ravindran S
, abr 2019

Awful service by Viator. The ticket/voucher did not state the meeting point but merely gave the address for the local agency. I tried calling the local agency many times on Friday but only got a voice recording. I arrived at the local agency office of Saturday (the day of the tour) to find it closed. Luckily my call was answered and i was directed to the meeting point. I had to take a further taxi to get there. The tour itself was great, though the 2.5 hours allocated was too short. I would suggest 3.5 hours. Markus was excellent.

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Eric B
, abr 2019

Mauthausen is difficult to put into words. You can't call it a great day trip, using the word great seems wrong given the history of the site, but I am glad I went. I think it is important to be aware of this history, and it is a very moving experience that makes you really think about what we humans have done to each other in certain circumstances. Our guide, Flemming, gave an excellent tour during the trip from Vienna to Mauthausen and back again. At Mauthausen we were given audio guides and a map, which worked very well. This allowed each person or small group to go at their own pace, rather than need to stick with a large tour group which might move on before you were finished at a given site, and the time allotted to experience the camp was more than adequate. I have also been to Dachau, and Mauthausen is not as developed. They don't have as much reconstructed, particularly as regards interior furnishings, and the overall footprint of the Maulthausen memorial site is smaller. But Mauthausen is well done, and the room in the museum with the names of the known victims is particularly impactful, incredibly sobering. I strongly recommend this trip for anyone who feels it is important to remember and learn from history.

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varbitaylo
, jul 2018

Worth the money! Emotional but educational! Great tour guide and easy drive! Highly recommend for anyone interested in this important part of history!

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Jonathan G
, mar 2018

Eye opening, gloomy but worth the expense. Reading about these places and seeing them in Movies are one thing. But Nothing beats by actually physically being there.

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Carlos C
, jan 2018

Basically the tour is that your are coached to the place and the entrance's ticket are included. But at the place you rely on the audioguides provided by the premise.
So it's OK by the comfort of the transportation but nothing more.

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a j c
, dez 2017

Excellant dutch guide Tom. Comfortable bus and very good cafe for late lunch. As for the camp its well worth a visit to see what happened. I shant say it was a great trip because that is the wrong word but very eye opening to the nazi regime

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tm82363
, dez 2017

Our guide Tom was very knowledgeable on Vienna as we departed the city on our way to Mauthausen. Our journey to Mauthausen didn't seem long and it helped to view the video on the memorial prior to arriving, there was much to see more than what we were able to take in, the only thing we weren't able to see was the stairs which happened to be closed being it was winter. If you visit Vienna, a day trip to Mauthausen should be one place to see not for young children.

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blimb
, dez 2017

Very glad I went on this trip. The guide was very nice. I went with my husband and there was one other person on the bus. We watched a video on the way up and had the audio guide to use when we got there. There was not enough time scheduled to walk around. We were very rushed since we looked at the memorials when we got there and then went inside the camp. On the way back we stopped for lunch. We could have used some of the time for walking around the camp.

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Gay C
, nov 2017

Went on a cold, wet, dreary day...but the van driver had umbrellas and wa filled with facts there and back. This tour is self guided and has a large amount of walking. Extremely well done while presenting the details of some of the most horrific historical acts. It is an emotional journey. The drive there and back is filled with facts about Vienna. A nice lunch option is provided at your own expense. I highly recommend you not miss this tour if you are interested in history and have a day to spend.

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Christine7528
, out 2017

Excellent tour. There was only 6 of us on the tour which made it easy to ask questions and meet people with similar interest. The guide was very knowledgeable. He was able to answer all our questions and he provided an ipad for us to look at on the way to the camp so we knew what to expect when we arrived. This was really good and helped in making the best of the tour. It was a very interesting but sad tour but well worth a visit


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