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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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.