Spring is an amazing time in Munich. The landscape blossoms, and the trees begin to fill with leaves. Here are our highlights for this season.
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.
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).
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.
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!
On November 27, the “Oberbürgermeister” Dieter Reiter officially gave the starting signal for the Munich Christmas Market. In Munich, there are about 22 Christmas markets, and each one is very particular.
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.
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
One of the jewels of Bavaria is the Pilsensee. The proximity to Munich makes it ideal for a day trip or even just for a couple of hours.
“Flohmarkt”, is practical to buy and sell used or pre-owned items at very low prices. It comes from the words “Floh” fleas and the “Markt” market and is very popular in Germany.
The Staffelsee is a great option for a day trip, or as they say in German “Ausflug”. You can walk through the beautiful village of Murnau and swim in the lake on the Murnau Riviera or Seehausen Riviera.
The Kochelsee is very easy to reach by train. From Kochel station there is a bus that takes you to Walchensee. Both lakes are ideal for a day trip or weekend excursion.
On October 31st, 1517, Luther started what would become the greatest religious secession in the history of Christianity.
We love summer in Munich and the enjoyable “Freibäder”. These are public outdoor swimming pools.
In Munich, on the Faschingsdienstag there is a special dance show called “Tanz der Marktfrauen”, at Viktualienmarkt. On this day, between Stachus and Viktualienmarkt, there are Stands and music shows in the city center t
At ARTMUC fair all possible and imaginable forms of the art were presented: collages, paintings, light installations, photographs, sculptures.