Autumn in Munich

For expats in Munich: Things to do in Munich in autumn

October • 10th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

What is autumn like in Munich? What does this beautiful Bavarian capital have to offer its expats in the fall? Will living here perhaps make autumn your favourite time of the year?

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Starting a business in Germany - 10 things you should know as an expat

October • 8th, 2020
by Birgit Heidenreich

Do you have a brilliant business idea you want to turn into a successful business in Germany? Here are 10 tips for you when starting your business in Germany as an expat.

Making a German CV - this is how you do it

October • 7th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Are you applying for a job in Germany? Not sure how to make your German CV? In this article you will learn how to make your German CV, what should be in it, what to do (and not to do) to get noticed by your future employer. 
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The right health insurance for expats in Germany - which one is the best for you?

September • 21st, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Already while applying for a German residence permit or Visa, you must get a valid German health insurance. Here you will face the same choice as everyone living in Germany: private or public health insurance? How do you choose which one is best for you as an expat?

 

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Munich announces new measures due to increasing corona infections

September • 21st, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

For expats in Munich! Due to the increasing number of corona infections the City of Munich announced some new measures that will go into effect on Thursday 24 September. 

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WirtshausWiesn: the Alternative to Munich's Oktoberfest 2020

September • 17th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

When we heard it, we could hardly believe it: Oktoberfest 2020 was cancelled. Munich's biggest event is not happening. But in the midst of all this corona hardship creativity flows and an alternative was born: The WirtshausWiesn. Learn what this is all about and how you can be part of it.

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Coaching for expats in Germany. How it can help you find out who you are.

September • 16th, 2020
by Peter Schwarzer

Find out how expat coaching can help you make the most of the opportunity that comes with expat life! Peter Schwarzer is an expat coach in Germany and in this article he takes you through the expat life cycle to every expat experience.  

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School holidays in Germany 2020/2021 - an overview

September • 4th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

For expats in Germany! When are the school holidays in Germany for school year 2020 / 2021? Have a look at this overview to find out the dates for all school holidays for each of the 16 states in Germany. 

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Showcase your expat-friendly service to the international audience with an online Expat Talk

August • 27th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Are you looking to reach expats in Germany? How about going online with your online seminar or talk? Expat in the City can help you: from defining the topic of your Expat Talk to producing and promoting it-  and finally connecting you to your potential clients. We have it all in place for you. You just need to show up!
 
 
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What are the current corona restrictions in Bavaria - an overview

August • 26th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The coronavirus has impacted our lives now for more that six months. The very strict measures have been lifted step by step. Here is an overview of the current measures and restrictions as of August 2020. 

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Financial Planning for Expat Families in Germany

August • 25th, 2020
by the Horbach Expats Team

Having children brings about significant changes, maybe even more so when you are an expat. One thing you can be sure about: it will affect your personal finances like no other event in your life. In this article you will get to know the key aspects you need to consider to make an informed decision about your and your family’s future while in Germany.

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Warntag 2020 Germany - what is it?

August • 24th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

On 10 September 2020 the first national Warntag (warning day) will take place in Germany. At exactly 11:00 o'clock sirens will sound across Germany with a test alarm. 

The easy (and free!) way to support positive change: Tomorrowbank

August • 18th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Use your smartphone to open a Tomorrow current account in 8 minutes. You only need your phone, address and ID to protect rainforest for every euro you spend

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10 tips to stay cool in Munich this summer

August • 12th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

It's summer in the City! With temperatures up to 30 degrees. We love it! Munich has much to offer also when it's hot. Here are some tips to cool down in (and near) the City of Munich. 

 

Working remote, but not from home: co-working spaces across Germany

August • 10th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Not ready, willing or allowed to go back to the office again but going a bit nuts at home? Here's an alternative for working remotely: co-working spaces. They are an excellent solution with all the benefits from working from home combined with the perks an office has to offer. Find a list of spaces for 5 cities in Germany.

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How to find a job in Munich - some tips from an expat in the city

August • 1st, 2020
by Barbara

Looking for a job in Germany? Here are some words of advice from a fellow expat for those of you job hunting in Munich!

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Driving in Germany - The Autobahn Rules

July • 27th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

Now that we are driving off from Munich to our holiday destinations near and far it is perhaps a good time to repeat the German rules of the Autobahn. Be aware expats, it's not all the same as at home!

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Update corona measures for your European holiday destination

July • 23rd, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Summer holiday in Bayern is just around the corner! Are you traveling within Germany or an other European country? Make sure to check the latest updates and avoid being surprised by the corona rules in your holiday destination! 

How does the German social security system work?

The German social security system explained

July • 20th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

As an expat new to Germany it is not easy to understand what terms like „Solidaritätszuschlag“ or „Lohnsteuer“ actually mean and to what extent they affect the net amount that you ultimately get paid. So what did you really earn and where does the other half of your income go? How does the German social security system work? 

Financial planning for self-employed expats in Germany

July • 9th, 2020
by the HORBACH for Expats Team

You’ve made the decision; you are going to try it on your own in Germany. Congratulations! Happy? Scared? Excited? Ready? Probably a little of bit of everything. We know… we’ve been there! In this article we share what we know for you to properly prepare yourself for self-employment in Germany. Written by self-employed consultants from the HORBACH Expats Team, for self-employed expats!

International Summer School at Lake Ammersee, July 25th to August 8th 2020

July • 8th, 2020
by the Landheim Ammersee Team

Landheim Ammersee offers young students - 14 to 16 years old - from July 25th to August 8th 2020 the unique opportunity to be part of an International Summer School. Students fully immerse themselves into German language and culture in one of the most beautiful places in Bavaria.

Free corona tests for everyone in Bavaria: What you need to know

July • 7th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Starting 1 July everyone living in Bavaria can get a free corona test!

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Biking in the City - Munich

July • 4th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

For expats in Munich! When it comes to expat life, a lot of times we talk about moving to a new city. Now, what about moving within the new city? We share with you 3 important things to know about Munich’s bike-riding life.

Traveling in Germany: our favourite 2020 summer destinations!

June • 22nd, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

Even though there is a worldwide international travel warning until end of June, it is allowed to travel within Germany! We think this is a great chance to explore this country in new ways you wouldn’t have done usually - and you’ll be surprised you’re not really missing out on anything.

Covid-19 regulation update for Germany - traveling, corona-warn-app, events and more!

June • 18th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

After months of working at home, social distancing and curfew, things are slowly but surely getting back to normal. With the upcoming summer season, Corona restrictions are again loosened more and more. As long as we take the according precautions, it feels like we can almost go back to „business as usual“ - at least for the most part!

From children's bonuses to VAT - What Germany has planned to conquer the Corona crisis

June • 10th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The German government has come up with an economic multibillion aid package to limit the negative consequences of the Corona crisis effectively. For the rest of the year of 2020 and 2021, the package covers financial support for families, municipalities and businesses as well as incentives for consumers.

Tips to Zoom in style and enhance your video call experiences

June • 10th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

From huge national events, to the new ‘traditional’ family dinner on Sunday; there was very little that wasn’t adapted to a virtual, socially distant alternative. Over the last three months, Zoom has become the default social platform for millions of people around the world looking to connect with family or colleagues in an attempt to keep social distance. Here are some tips to enhance your Zoom calls!

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Investment 101 for Expats in Germany – Make Your Money Work for You!

June • 3rd, 2020
by the Horbach Expats Team

Forget all about saving, investing is the most efficient and clever way to achieve your long-term financial goals in Germany. In this article you will learn about the basics of investing in Germany as an expat. Make your money work for you!

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10 tips when learning German

May • 29th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

Are you taking a (online) German course and would like to speed up the process a little? Here are some tips for you when learning German.

Insurances in Germany

Insurances in Germany: keeping you and your family safe!

May • 21st, 2020
by Expat in the City & MW Expat Solutions

Insurances in Germany…of course you know they are important. And you know as an expat you need to get it sorted for both you and your family. Preferably sooner than later. But where to start?

Pentecost holidays, beer gardens and outdoor sports: Corona regulation updates in Bavaria

May • 20th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

With the  upcoming Pentecost holidays, questions about traveling, beer garden and restaurant openings as well as people gatherings come up - here’s the most important facts and information you need to know when planning your start of summer 2020 in Bavaria!

 

10 tips to stay connected with your loved ones back home during corona travel restrictions

May • 15th, 2020
by Barbara Bijvank

Due to all the Corona measures it is unlikely that it will be possible to fly back home. For expats this can make the actual distance feel much, much bigger. Of course nothing will ever replace seeing them in real life but here are 10 tips that may help to feel connected to them even though you can't be together. 

 

Bavaria is easing its Coronavirus restrictions: Here's an overview of the status quo!

May • 11th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

As the government is loosening its restrictions regarding Covid-19, we can for now breathe a sigh of relief (wearing a mask, of course)!

Reduce - Reuse - Recycle - Repair: A guide to sustainable living in Munich

May • 6th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

We think what keeps you from living a more sustainable lifestyle is usually not the lack of will, but that you don’t even know where to start - so here’s 7 quite simple ways to get you going :)

We Are All Going to Grow Old. What Should Your Life Look Like by Then?

April • 30th, 2020
by the Horbach Munich for Expats Team

Did you know that in Germany you are legally obliged to conduct long-term financial planning? No? Then there is no time like the present to get it all sorted. And even (or especially) in these crazy time of Corona measures there are some benefits to start now! 

NEW!! LOHAS in the City, inspiration for lifestyles of health and sustainability

April • 22nd, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

LOHAS in the City – Green is the new orange! From how to separate your waste correctly, to local flea markets and vegan recipes to green innovations, global facts and news you can use in your every day life. Our goal is to inspire and inform about healthy and sustainable lifestyles. 

Hang In There, Everyone! The most important lockdown updates in Bavaria

April • 20th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The German government has given official press conferences last Thursday regarding the current development in the Covid-19 crisis. Since everyone is currently waiting for life to go back to ‘normal’, we still have to face the fact that we need to stay patient on the way

We love you for loving local - support local Munich businesses even at home!

April • 19th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The corona virus turns our everyday life upside down - and that of Munich’s  shop owners, restaurateurs and company owners. We show you how and where you can still shop and which service providers are there for you!

 

No one can help everyone but everyone can help someone: volunteer work in Munich

April • 17th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The further the Coronavirus spreads, the more important it gets to stay positive and help people that are affected most by it. 

 

#stayinghome on Easter during Corona - how to make the easter holidays even as special

April • 8th, 2020
by the Horbach Munich for Expats Team

Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal and new life. During these times we are going through a lot of changes and this is why we think it’s the perfect opportunity to reflect on and celebrate hope and change in a new way!

Staying Happy During The Covid-19 Crisis - advice from our Happiness Coach #3

April • 3rd, 2020
by Julie Leonard

Being far from home during the current COVID-19 crisis can feel extra distant as you don't know when you will be able to see them again. Three ways to maintain social resilience during social distancing.

A survival guide for parents who are home with their children during self-quarantine

March • 26th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

The coronavirus has forced many parents across the country to stay home for their work and their children. The self-quarantine will give parents and children another chance to be together during the day but it’s also a full time job - so what should parents do?

 

Quarantine and Social Distancing - a few thoughts and tips on the current situation

March • 19th, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

We know these are strange times that can make you feel scared or worried. Here are a few thoughts and tips on the current situation that will hopefully give you hope and inspiration. 

 

An Expat Guide To Happiness - advice from our Happiness Coach #2

March • 10th, 2020
by Julie Leonard

When you want to meet new people in a new place, it’s the perfect opportunity to try out potential new hobbies and experiences whilst making new friends along the way.

Negotiation Skills Seminar now also open for non-MBA's

March • 10th, 2020
by MBS Team

An interview with the Lecturer of Negotiation Skills Seminar Wolf Diederichs. Find out what this seminar is all about and how you can benefit from improving your negotiation skills!

Selection of online resources about coronavirus in Germany

March • 9th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

A selection of online resources about the corona-virus.

Ask an Agent: Expat consulting service

March • 1st, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

Need help with answering the countless questions you have about your new expat life in Germany? We can help and give your life as an expat a boost.

Six ways getting an MBA will boost your career


February • 27th, 2020
by Björn Schlesinger

In a competitive job market it can feel impossible to stand out. A Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is a powerful tool that helps you to rise-up the ranks and kickstart your career. Here are six reasons why.

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Behind the Scenes: Open Days at Bavarian International School (BIS)

February • 26th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team & BIS team

BIS offers an Open Day at City Campus in Munich /Register now online!

An Expat Guide To Happiness - advice from our Happiness Coach #1

February • 26th, 2020
by Julie Leonard

Moving to a new city is difficult for many of us. Once the novelty of our new life settles down, our reality of our new life appears and we have to adjust to all the changes.

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'Reborn after winter' Yoga Workshop - 5 steps to blossom

February • 11th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

Spring into action and sign up for this exclusive 5-step yoga workshop to get you ready for spring

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Pensions in Germany - what you need to know (and do) to benefit

February • 10th, 2020
by The Expat in the City Team & MW Expat Solutions

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Short trip to Berlin – things you should not miss!

January • 31st, 2020
by PinkBus

Berlin is one of the most exciting cities in Europe and always worth a visit.

A selection of our favourite Munich monuments

January • 29th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

Munich is full of beautiful, historical buildings. We've selected a few well worth a visit. Check out our list of Munich's Monuments!

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New year new me? Why new year's resolutions often fail...

January • 28th, 2020
by Ulrike Homuth

80% of all New Year's resolutions fail. To be honest, this is not surprising to us! Here is why...

Let's talk about culture shock - insights from our happiness coach

January • 14th, 2020
by Julie Leonard

It’s not easy moving to a new city, new country or even a new continent - the four stages of culture shock and how to cope with them 

The ski season is on - the best ski areas around Munich to hit the slopes!

January • 9th, 2020
by Expat in the City Team

We’ve selected three ski wonderlands close to Munich that will make your ski-loving heart jump for joy! 

Education days 2020 - find the right school for your child in Munich!

January • 3rd, 2020
from the Bildungstage München team

Looking for the right school for your child? Get to know the private and boarding schools in and around Munich at this education fair!

Open days at Munich International School: Making students future-ready

January • 2nd, 2020
By Munich International School

The new Makers’ Laboratory at Munich International School has become a hive of activity. Why is 'making' a crucial component of learning for all? 

Recycling in the City

January • 2nd, 2020
by the Expat in the City Team

What is the yellow garbage can for? Where can I put my glass bottles? And what is a Wertstoffhof? Find out about Munich's recycling and waste collection here!

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Goodbye to Christmas stress - insights from our nutrition expert

December • 19th, 2019
by Ulrike Homuth

Christmas is just around the corner, and for most people it is the most beautiful time of the year, when they get together and spend time with the family, share beautiful things and enjoy delicious food. For some people, however, these exact things mean a torment.

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Winter time in Munich: our top tips to make it magical!

December • 18th, 2019
by The Expat in the City Team

We have looked around for you to find the most charming and special things Munich has to offer in winter, that will make even the biggest summer lovers want to leave the house on cold days. 

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Resident in Germany and travelling for work? This is information you need to know!

December • 6th, 2019
by The Expat in the City Team

If you are a resident in Germany (or any European country actually) and your work requires you to travel to another European country this is information you don’t want to miss! Reading this can save you time and money!

Thank you for a successful start of the Expat Management Conference Munich!

December • 5th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

Together with our trusted partners and HR professionals we spent a whole night exploring the ecosystem of international professionals in Munich!

What expats need to know before choosing their health insurance plan

November • 5th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

Why is freedom of choice a must-have for expats seeking a healthcare provider?

Cultures, food traditions and healthy eating: insights from our nutrition Expert!

November • 4th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

What food tells us about culture and why the food tastes different when you are on holiday 

How learning German will give your expat experience in Germany a boost

October • 9th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

We know that learning German is no picnic and that when you move here for only a limited time you probably feel it might be too difficult to master before you leave again. However, we can guarantee it totally makes sense to give it a go. Why you say? Well, here are seven reasons why learning German is a good idea.

Bicycle sign in Munich. (Photo: Barbara Bijvank)

10 things I didn't know about Munich before I moved here

October • 8th, 2019
by Omayma

To be honest, when I moved to Munich as an expat I didn’t really know much more about the city then that it was in Southern Germany and we passed it when driving toward the mountains for our annual skiing holiday in Austria. Here are a few of my experiences I’d like to share with you.

Things that are happening in October you should know about as an Expat in Germany!

October • 2nd, 2019
by Sarah

New laws in October 2019 are primarily aimed at future drivers and vehicle owners, but there’s also some general changes that are good to know about for one or other German small talk 

 

Be an Expat in the City, and become a part of Munich!

October • 1st, 2019
by Sarah

Many different stories, conditions and reasons – but all with the same reality: Munich is your new place to live. We aim to make it your new hometown. Be an Expat In The City, and become a part of Munich!

 

A quick guide and our Insider tips for Wiesn' 2019!

September • 24th, 2019
by Omayma

 

A lot of beer, the highest rollercoasters, loud music and fancy dresses…Oktoberfest is all fun and games as long as you know your way around. 

 

Tips for the weekend: OKTOBERFEST TIME, Festivities Time!

September • 20th, 2019
by Omayma

The 186th Oktoberfest beer festival will start in Munich this weekend with colourful festivities, parades and good vibes!

What to wear at Oktoberfest - dirndl trends for 2019

September • 16th, 2019
by Omayma

 

 

All you need to know about the dirndl trends, history, fashion, how to wear and where to buy!

Oktoberfest is coming!

August • 28th, 2019
by Omayma

 

Oktoberfest is coming. Ok it might be a little early to start counting the days, but it is an excellent time to start sharing with you some festival information, inside tips and fun facts about this one of a kind world famous ‘Fest’.

House hunting in Munich: things you should know

August • 19th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

Apartment or flat hunting in Munich can be quite complicated, there are so many of us working, loving and wanting to live in this great city! Here are some tips that can help if you’re looking for a short or long term stay and don’t know how to start your search.

Get ready to travel - 5 steps to take!

July • 18th, 2019
by Omayma

If you like to travel and you live in Munich you are one lucky expat! With its super central location, Munich is the ideal starting point for exploring European destinies near and (not so) far.

Help is here: online resources in English!

July • 1st, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

Four helpful websites with practical information in English that could make it easier for you to make Munich your new home!

The e-scooter has just landed in Munich. Get two free rides as an Expat in the City!

June • 28th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

Cruising the city on an E-scooter sounds good to you? Then you are in luck, the TIER e-scooter is now available in Munich!

Summer is in Munich - 6 To-do's or Must-see's for this Summer!

June • 24th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

The sun is shining, temperatures are up, everybody is smiling and life is good. Ah yes, summer is here! Munich is an excellent city to spend those long summer days. Why? Here are some suggestions for things to do and see for you to discover!

Order organic food to your door!

June • 7th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

When it comes to food quality it often competes with time quality. Specially when you are busy setting up a new home, life and job it's not easy to get your head around where to get the ingredients for your and your families´ meals, and what are they called again in German… ?

5 things to do in Munich as an expat when you are not in a hurry

June • 4th, 2019
by Expat in the City Team

We´ve got the perfect setting for your seminars or workshops!

March • 22nd, 2019

 

You have developed a service or product and are looking for the perfect setting to showcase it to Munich´s Expat community?
 
 

Hello Spring: 5 Insider tips to enjoy the season in Munich!

March • 21st, 2019

 

Today, March 21st , we´ll be kicking off the season of the bees, the flowers and the trees in our lovely city once again!

Expat in the City: An Interview with Omayma from Morocco

February • 8th, 2019
by the Expat in the City Team

Omayma grew up in a warm and a Mediterranean culture but decided to move in 2017 with her husband to Munich in search for a change and a new adventure.

Expat in the City: An Interview with Joana from Brasil

January • 22nd, 2019
by the Expat in the City Team

Joana was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro. She came to Munich for an internship and stayed for love. Read about her tips here. 

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January • 2nd, 2019

New book by Dr. John I. Snyder

December • 10th, 2018

 

 

 

In his new book "Resenting God: Escape the Downward Spiral of Blame," Dr. John I. Snyder offers help from self-destructive patterns. If you're looking for a way out of your pain, "Resenting God" offers insights into the causes and consequences of resentment, and the cures for resentment against each other, the way to escape out of blaming others, and a way into healthy and joyful living.

New City – New Year – New Customs

December • 1st, 2018
by Constanze Sabathil

In western culture, right now is the time during which you start thinking about how to celebrate New Year’s Eve. (...)

Expert in the City: An Interview with Sascha Liebhardt

November • 21st, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Sascha is co-founder and Managing Director of the New European College in Munich. 

Expat in the City: An Interview with Betina from Argentina

July • 21st, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Betina has been living in Munich since 2011. Find out what she wants to share with you about her experiences here in the beautiful capital of Bavaria! 

Hitzefrei for kids in Bayern this week?

June • 24th, 2018
by Expat in the City Team

It's going to be hot, real hot this week. And in Bayern that could mean kids get the day off school: hitzefrei. What is this all about? 

Expat in the City: An Interview with Nefertiti Angelica Strong

June • 14th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Public Transport in the City – “Farely” Easy

May • 21st, 2018
by Constanze Sabathil

“Streifenkarte,” “Tageskarte” or better “Wochenkarte?” Bus or subway? Read on for an introduction to Munich’s public transport!

Expert in the City: An Interview with Deputy Mayor Josef Schmid

May • 1st, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Deputy Mayor Josef Schmid has to offer!

 

 

Expert in the City: An Interview with Frank Thomsen

April • 17th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Frank Thomsen is the founder and CEO of Manyfolds, a new eco-friendly cardboard furniture system. Read what Frank has to share with expats in Munich! 

 

Expert in the City: An Interview with Dr. Manuela Beck from Munich’s Goethe-Institut

March • 28th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Dr. Manuela Beck has to offer!

 

Expert in the City: An Interview with Alexandra Schmidhuber from Invest in Bavaria

February • 27th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Alexandra Schmidhuber has to offer!

 

Expat in the City: An Interview with Lydia from the US

January • 25th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Lydia would like to share with you!

 

Who are you and where are you from?

My name is Lydia Siebler – I’m an American who was born in Munich (...)

Expert in the City: An Interview with Gavin Carey from Mr. Lodge

January • 14th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Gavin Carey has to offer!

 

Who are you?

My name is Gavin Carey and I am the head of international affairs with Mr. Lodge Real Estate Company.

Expat: An Interview with Expat in the City's very own Barbara Bijvank

January • 5th, 2018
by the Expat in the City Team

Read which expert tips and insights Barbara has to offer!

 

Who are you and what do you do?

My name is Barbara Bijvank and I am from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I moved to Munich in 2009... 

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