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Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna

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Wien, Austria
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icon8 hours 30 minutes  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 6 more

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Overview

Experience a poignant piece of World War II history with a day trip to Mauthausen Concentration Camp from Vienna. The former camp provides a look at the horrors perpetuated by Hitler during the war. An audio guide will provide historical background on each site as you go. Round-trip transport from Vienna is included in the tour.
  • Day trip to the Mauthausen Concentration Camp from Vienna
  • Tour Mauthausen Concentration Camp with an informative audio guide
  • See the prisoner’s barracks, SS-quarters and gas chamber, and visit Mauthausen Museum
  • Reimbursement of taxi fare from hotel to the meeting point is included
By the summer of 1940, Mauthausen Concentration Camp had become one of the largest labor camp complexes in the German-occupied part of Europe. Some 200,000 people are thought to have been imprisoned at Mauthausen between 1938 and 1945, and about half of them lost their lives. Mauthausen was the last camp complex to be liberated by the Allies.

Begin your day with a cab ride from your hotel to central Vienna to join up with your driver. Hold on to your receipt so that your cab cost can be repaid after your trip.

Climb aboard your comfortable tour vehicle, meet your friendly English-speaking tour escort and become acquainted with the history of Mauthausen Memorial during the ride from Vienna. Relax as you journey through the countryside of Lower and Upper Austria.

Arrive at Mauthausen Memorial, a building that stands on the site of the former Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Grab your audio guide (available in 11 languages) and begin touring independently through the grounds. See Wiener-Graben quarry, the prisoners’ barracks, the so-called 'Stairs of Death,' SS-quarters, gas chamber, camp prison and the Mauthausen Museum for more historical background on the camp and WWII.

Afterward, climb back aboard  tour vehicle and begin the drive back to Vienna. There will be a stop for lunch at a local restaurant (own expense.) You will be returned to the Vienna State Opera in Downtown Vienna.
Itinerary
Pass By:  
Vienna Woods
Traverse the beautiful Vienna Woods en-route to Mauthausen Memorial.
Pass By:  
Melk Abbey
Marvel at the impressive Melk Abbey founded by the Benedictines in 1089ad.
Stop At:  
KZ-Gedenkstatte Mauthausen
Become acquainted with the history of Mauthausen Memorial during the 2,5-hour ride from Vienna. By the summer of 1940, Mauthausen had become one of the largest labor camp complexes in the German-occupied part of Europe. Some 200,000 people are thought to have been imprisoned at Mauthausen between 1938 and 1945, and about half of them lost their lives. Mauthausen was among the last concentration camps to be liberated by the Allies. Upon arrival at the Memorial grab your audio guide (available in 11 languages) for a self-guided tour through the preserved grounds. See the prisoner’s barracks, Wiener-Graben quarry, the so-called 'Stairs of Death', SS-quarters, camp prison, gas chamber and the highly rated Mauthausen Museum. Heading back to Vienna stop at a local restaurant for lunch (own expense).
Duration: 3 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
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What is the policy on sanitization during Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna?
A:
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
See all safety measures taken by Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna.
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What is the maximum group size during Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna.

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Learning history from our guide about how things led up to Hitler’s rise.
Maureen_L
, Mar 2020
The tour was so interesting and our guide, Fleming, was fantastic! What a tragic time in history that we must never forget.
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Great
AnaMaria
, Mar 2020
Excellent! Ii was an unforgettable experience and the guide was very well informed. We even reached Vienna earlier than supposed, and I could go and visit National Opera and the Library after the trip to Mauthausen! I shall recommend this to my friends.
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A Chilly Day at a Chilling Place
Millers
, Mar 2020
Tom was an excellent guide. When he greeted us he was friendly and inviting. He spoke top notch English on the way there giving us background information about the camps. He communicated well asking us about our backgrounds and shared his interesting life story . He did his best to answer our questions and we knew much more about the camp and Vienna as a result.
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Mixed
crlrowles
, Feb 2020
The trip was good but over priced. Charged £100 for 15 month child then sent bill €100 for cleaning the seat he was sat in. Yes he was a bit sick but I spent 30 minutes cleaning and they didn’t tell me there would be a charge the emailed 8 days later with no receipt for cleaning attached. Only trip that has charged to take a baby.
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A very moving and somber experience
sandiekmax
, Jan 2020
The trip was well organised- we were pick up was timeous. Our driver was very knowledgeable about the history of the camp and the events surrounding it. The actual camp was unbelievable- they have tried to keep it as original as they could. It was a eye opener for us. Nothing prepares you for the reality. They even have the original gas chambers and incinerators. 😢
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Thoughtful and reflective - a valuable day's journey
Peter B
, Jan 2020
The day was overcast and very cold and showery - which matches the mood of this place. It seems strange to use positive words for such a sombre experience - such as enjoyable. And yet there is something to feel positive about - the triumph of the human spirit perhaps? Also the fact that this place has been well preserved to this present day as a grim reminder of what we humans can do to each other in the name of government and/or policy. What should always come first is our commitment to humanity and all that entails. The audio guide is very good. There are some very good sculpted monuments throughout the grounds and many of the buildings are well maintained and intact. There is also a very good museum section towards the end of the tour. The person who took us on the tour played us a dvd about the camp and the holocaust during the 2 hour bus drive to the monument. Other than that his role was simply to provide transport as, once you are at the site, you are alone with your audio guide.
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Highly instructive and moving !
Suzie L
, Dec 2019
Highly interesting visit. The guide was a mine of knowledge about the history of Austria and of its troubled relationship with Germany. I highly recommend you take the time to do such a visit. We owe it to our humanity.
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We went to see a small plaque.
Dale082014
, Sep 2019
plaque was unveiled in recognition of the 450 Witnesses imprisoned by the Nazis in the Mauthausen and Gusen concentration camps in Austria. We saw the plaque and cried. There will come a time soon when this will be forgotten. But for now, visit and REMEMBER.
icon Response from Host , Sep 2019
Dear Dale082014, thank you for taking this trip. Thank you for coming to see a plaque and thank you for crying. But most of all, thank you for remembering and reminding others. We will keep doing the best we can to never let this be forgotten. Marlies & the Vienna à la carte team
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Great Tour Experience
wewabob
, Sep 2019
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable of the history and culture of Austria and answered all questions. The passenger van was very clean. As a bonus the guide took all of us back to our respective hotels and for me my river cruise ship, which was not an easy task during Vienna rush hour traffic. This was an excellent tour and done in a very professional manner. I will recommend Viator for anyone seeking to book a tour. Thank you for your time.
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Excellent Tour
turnerkdsm
, Jul 2019
Recently booked this tour and found both the tour and the guide to be of high quality and certainly worth committing a day of our holiday. Tom was excellent. Very informative on the drive out of Vienna and then back in also. His driving was safe and comfortable. On the outward journey Tom played a documentary on the history of the camp which was excellent and prepared us well for what we were going to see. Mauthausen is definitely worth a visit. The history is emotional. On the return journey we stopped off for lunch. which was very good. The small group atmosphere of the tour was pleasant unlike the larger tours which tend to be noisy and unpleasant at times. Highly Recommend

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