Kaveh Tabatabaie

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Kaveh Tabatabaie is a native New Yorker living in Vienna since 2010, a move which has made the mispronunciation of his name considerably funnier. A writer, cook, translator, and contributor to VICE Magazine, he has a crippling fear of speaking German, but manages to get by on his dashing good looks and immutable charm, maybe, he guesses. He spends a great deal of his free time yelling at fully-grown adults riding scooters past his apartment, a public service which has become his greatest motivation for improving his spoken German.
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A Student’s Guide to Discounts and Deals in Vienna

Studying in Vienna? Put That Student ID to Good Use! With this many student deals and discounts available in Vienna, it’s perhaps no surprise that Austrians take their sweet time studying. (The average age for receiving your first degree is currently at 24.6!) To help you separate the best from the rest, we’ve scoured the […]
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A Student’s Guide to Discounts in Vienna

Studying in Vienna? Put That Student ID to Good Use! It’s no surprise that Austrians take their sweet time studying, with the average age for receiving your first degree currently at 24.6. With tuition low and the fringe benefits manifold, there’s little reason not to extend the salad days just a bit – or a […]
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Vienna Transport Guide

A Guide to Getting Around In Vienna While New Yorkers are perennially confronted with the question of whether it’s faster to walk, grab a cab or take the subway, Viennese have it easy: in most cases, public transport wins hands down. With Vienna’s multitude of fast, affordable and simple mass transit options, getting from point A […]
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Vienna’s 5 Best Beers to Bring to a House Party

So the invite specifies BYOB (Bring Your Own Booze), but in close circles your choice will speak volumes. Gone are the days of blindly pulling a bottle of the cheapest Veltliner off a supermarket shelf or grabbing the first six pack within reach. When it comes to beer, as with wine, you are what you […]
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