Munich Discussion

Food In Munich: Socially Aware city Eateries

Munich, like many cities, has suffered from a massive food waste issue in the past. But in this now GREEN Bavarian metropolis, there are plenty of food vendors approaching food sustainability in a much more positive manner.

KVR: Appointment and Registration in Munich

moreAs a newcomer in Munich, one administration office you’ll quickly encounter is the München KVR (kreisverwaltungsreferat = Regional Administrative Office). Inevitably, there are two departments with which you’ll be quickly and involuntarily acquainted within the KVR Munich. To clarify the confusion, the Bürgerbüro (Citizen’s Bureau) is where you would go to go for your address …

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Festivals in Munich: Fun Bavarian Festivals and Carnivals

moreThere are so many different and exciting Festivals in Munich. From Beer Festivals, Street Festivals and Art Festivals to Christmas Festivals, Music Festivals and Tradition based Festivals, Munich certainly has its fair share of festivals and carnivals each year, that’s for certain. Understandably, almost everyone raves about Oktoberfest in the first instance, when thinking about …

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Red and White Football with the FC Bayern Munich logo are just one of the Football Teams in Munich

Football Teams In Munich: Passion & Power on the Pitch

moreThe Bavarian capital is a famous football city, no doubt, but even most football fans probably don’t realise just how many Football Teams in Munich there actually are. Most modern football fans around the world would be familiar with Munich football thanks to the legendary German club FC Bayern Munich, but Munich is full of …

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Bavarian Phrases: Common, Quirky & Practical

moreAside from the German national language, Munich – like many other regions on the planet – has its own language with specific dialects. In Germany, Hochdeutsch, or High German, is the main language, but when you arrive in Bavaria or southern Germany, especially in the smaller villages, you’ll hear Bairish (Bavarian). Every day you spend in …

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