The transportation system you will probably make the most use of during your stay here is the MVV, the German acronym for the Munich Transportation Company.
One of the best ways to get acclimated to your new home away from home is to join a local club or organization.
The state of Bavaria is vast and diverse. Its 12.5 million inhabitants are all Bavarian citizens (Bavaria is the only state in Germany offering this exclusivity), but only half would actually consider themselves true Bavarians.
Munich and Bavaria have a rich cultural heritage. Whether it be museums, theater, historical palaces, classical concerts, summer festivals, or children’s activities, there is something to suit every cultural taste.
Munich is arguably the most active and sports-oriented city in Germany.
For some expatriates, relocating to another country means giving up some of the comforts of daily life – sacrificing activities that define how we see ourselves and how we want others to see us.
German schools represent more than just an opportunity for your child to learn a second language and experience a foreign culture.