Commuting Between Vienna and Budapest

It’s Friday afternoon at Praterstern. Eight strangers pile into a small van that commutes between Vienna and Budapest at least twice a day ‐ even during COVID, when regulations allow. It’s much more than hitching a ride.

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Borbála Csete
Borbála Csete is an experienced and passionate writer, trainer and project manager. Specializing in theater and culture, she is crazy about photography, traveling and trying new recipes.

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