In Germany, we have to separate waste and garbage, but what to do with bulky waste? Here you find insights into what to do with big pieces that you don't need anymore, & options for giving them a 2nd. life.
Afterschool, young people can choose to study an "Ausbildung," it usually lasts 2 to 3 years. During it, the student goes to school and, most importantly, works at a company.
Learning a little of Bavarian dialect is worthy if you live in Munich because you'll hear it very often.
Germany is full of lovely traditions, and one of these traditions is St. Martin’s Day or Sankt Martin celebrated each November 11th, but what is it exactly?
Did you know that you have to pay around 18€ a month for the media consumption? Let's talk about the GEZ, the fee for media consumption being digital, via streaming, on radio, or television. (Allgemeine Rundfunkgebühr).
Help the environment by separating your waste in Munich, using the correct bin color, and recycling it. This separation system is very important for the city of Munich. Mucvibes made a summary.
Munich is a big city but the public transport system is great. Once you have figured out how to use it, the whole city is at your fingertips! Keep reading our guide.
There are several kinds of insurance in Germany. Here are the top 3 that we consider really useful. It is optional to have them while living in Germany but can avoid headaches.
During the last years, the Munich population has grown considerably, and the demand for living space. You find important information and useful links to have success in finding a flat.
Autumn is a time of beautiful scenery in Munich. Traditionally Munich offers many fest and celebrations, so we made a list of our highlights: art exhibitions, salsa dancing, important public holidays and more.
If you think about Munich, you think about beer.... don't you? Hell yeah! It should be not only because of the Oktoberfest or the lovely Biergarten. We'll show you many other reasons for this Munich-Beer connection.
Due to the current situation, many of us are not going to our countries, so we will stay in Munich this summer. It is time to enjoy the city doing STAYCATIONS, take a look at our tips!
There are numerous projects and social NGOs in Germany that we consider meaningful to write about: Kolping-Bildungswerk is an NGO with different programs, and offers "Integration courses."
Surely you have seen the BISS magazines in Munich, it is worth knowing about this social project: it supports citizens in social difficulties to help themselves financially.
It was only a recommendation on April 20. Still, from April 27, it is an obligation: the use of mouth and nose protection. Failure to obey the rule will be subject to a penalty, ranging from 150 euros to 5000 euros.
The Münchner Tafel is one of the most significant social projects in Munich. Every week it distributes food to people in poverty. It is an independent association that exclusively pursues charitable and social purposes.
If you are looking for an inexpensive cheap and simple alternative to a car, taxi, or public transportation to get around Munich, cycling is often a good option.
ARTMUC is an art exhibition that was born with the interest of establishing an artistic platform to generate exchange and direct contact between the spectator and the artist.
The entrepreneur and venture capitalist Bulent Altan who has worked with Elon Musk at SpaceX shared with the Wayra Community some advice and insights from the Space Business.
If there is something crazy that a lot of us would like to do, it is to travel just with the underwear on the public transportation, and that is exactly what a group of guys did this first weekend of 2018, at the subway.
We were talking with Alex from „Cook & Code“ about the courses where people can learn how to program software, it was a nice talk and we have a lot of info for you!
Humor is a basic thing in life. It relaxes us and keeps us healthy, Stand Up Comedy is a great option to laugh for a while. In this style, the comedian interacts with the audience and gets an immediate response from the