- up to 2 culture pass holders per tour
- a tour generally only takes place when at least 2 people have booked
More about the tour*
The tour is a thematic city tour which is intended to convey socio-political education in an alternative way. Discover a different side of Vienna and so far hidden places.
Let Martin tell you how he ended up on the streets of Vienna as a teenager after fleeing the shelter for homeless teens he was put in.
Find out how he slithered through life on drugs and alcohol for a while, only to eventually get stuck on substitute drugs.
Learn with him that stupid decisions can lead to serious consequences, what daily challenges this entails and why the recidivism rate for people after withdrawal is so high!
Discover how you can feed yourself through the craft of “dumpster diving” and how you can manage everyday life (hygiene, health, sleeping space, etc.) without money.
Find out why a house occupied by 19 people had to be evicted by 1,700 police officers as Martin tells you the story of the 'famous' eviction of pizzeria Anarchia in 2014. Which attracted a lot of media attention at the time and still does to this day news videos to be found.
Get a glimpse into the life of a drug addict and homeless young man and learn first hand how to survive on the streets of Vienna.
After the tour, Martin is happy to take the time to answer any questions. However, it is also absolutely welcome to ask questions during this time!! So far, no question has been too personal for him!
Description of the route:
Martin's journey to his very personal Neverland between Karlsplatz, Naschmarkt and Mariahilfer Strasse. Across the subway passage, through hidden parks and charming alleys. After a stop at the Capistranstiege, the last stop on the city tour comes at the park next to the Haus des Meeres.
Prices & Offers
Pupils 9 €
Pensioners 9 €
Offer for groups of 10 or more people:
10 or more students – teachers included
For schools, universities, technical colleges or other youth groups >> offer for schools
Kulturpass holders can join a tour free of charge >> more information is available here
*Martin is not a trained tourist guide. He will not and cannot tell you about sights.