Welcome to InfoPoint Jewish Vienna, a brand by the Jewish community of Vienna!
Join us on a journey through Jewish Vienna - in the past and in the present. Jewish Vienna is diverse and colourful! The past is reflected in the present and the future is filled with young active Jewish life. InfoPoint Jewish Vienna offers various guided tours, individual programs and cordially invites you to get to know our community and its history better.
Discover the Vienna City Temple, 'Stadttempel' at Seitenstettengasse 4, in the heart of Vienna, and get to know Judaism with all its rites and traditions up close at this historic site.
Explore all about Jewish history in the first district and dive in to stories of the first Jewish community, dating back to the Middle Ages.
Experience the second district "Leopoldstadt" from a completely different side, not only Theodor Herzl & Sigmund Freud lived here, but the streets and buildings today are filled with active Jewish life.
Experience the Vienna Ringroad Boulevard 'Ringstraße' with exciting stories about their origin and development in the Jewish context. The 'Ringstraße' is not only Vienna's most beautiful street, it also has stories to tell about the Ephrussies, Wertheims or Rothschilds.
Combine the city temple visit with a city tour afterwards and save money.
You can book the tours for the Währing Jewish Cemetery at irregular dates.
Are you looking for the convenience of a private tour with a licensed guide or for group offers? Here you are exactly right! We have the following offers for you to choose from:
For group bookings or individual arrangements within the city temple:
Exclusive City-Walking tour
Book your individual city tour exclusively for you, your family or your travel group:
For all inquiries, information and bookings, you can reach us at:
Your health is our top priority! We have taken the necessary measures to make your visit with us as safe as possible.
Masks are currently compulsory for our tours:
Due to security reasons a mandatory security check before entering the Synagogue will is required. Please bring yourt personal ID-Card or passport. All guests must pass through the metal detector at the entrance and remove any metallic items. Please inform the security control staff, if you are wearing a cardiac pacemaker. In that case, you will be required to undergo a manual check. Please schedule some time before the visit for the security check.
In addition, we ask you to comply with the dress code for the city temple. Please dress modestly. (tops over the shoulder and pants over the knee)
InfoPoint Jewish Vienna is an upright trade of the Jewish community of Vienna in the sector "Travel Agency" and is registered under GISA number 35064299 registered.
Information on package tours: Standard information sheets according to EU regulations are available on request.