Munich is the Bavarian metropolis and also the third largest city in Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg). The city has about 1.4 million permanent residents and is one of the fastest growing regions in all of Europe.

Education Munich

Munich, as the capital of Bavaria, is, of course, also a center of education. On its territory you can find a number of universities, academies and institutes. The most famous and important of them are:

University of Munich (Ludwig-Maxmilians-Universität München) – one of Germany’s most important universities, which currently has 19 faculties. Students can choose from 150 disciplines each year.

Technical University of Munich (Technische Universität München) – a school founded in 1886, which, as the name suggests, is focused on technical fields. Directly in Munich are located the faculties: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Management, Political Studies, Medical, Sport and Physical Education and the Faculty of Teaching, Chemistry, Informatics, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics and the Faculty of Physics. Its graduates have already won 17 Nobel Prizes.

Academy of Fine Arts Munich – founded in 1808, and one of the most important in the country.

and then for example: Political College, Military College, Munich University of Theatre and Music, University of Television and Film Munich, University of Philosophy Munich and others.

Museums in Munich

Deutsches Museum (Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und Technik) – very interesting about the well-visited technical museum, which can be found on the island right on the Isar River. It is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adults pay 14 Eur for admission, children 4.5 Eur, pensioners 8 Eur. You can also buy a family ticket or a discount for Munich Family Pass holders and also for groups.

State Archaeological Museum (Staatliche Archäologische Sammlungen) – located at Himbselstr. 1

Städtisches Museum and others

Public transport Munich

Like other major cities, Munich relies on public transport to transport passengers within the city. If you come to the city by bus or arrive so public transport is necessary, but even if you arrive by your own car so it is more comfortable, faster and especially you will not have to worry about parking, which is especially within the center very complicated.

The main means of urban transport in Munich is the underground railway, that is, the U-Bahn. It has a total of seven lines and a large transport capacity. It is complemented by suburban S-Bahn trains, thirteen tram lines and also buses.

Administrative division of Munich

  • Allach-Untermenzing
  • Altstadt-Lehel
  • Aubing-Lochhausen-Langwied
  • Berg am Laim
  • Bogenhausen
  • Feldmoching-Hasenbergl
  • Hadern
  • Laim
  • Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
  • Maxvorstadt
  • Milbertshofen-Am Hart
  • Moosach
  • Neuhausen-Nymphenburg
  • Pasing-Obermenzing
  • Ramersdorf-Perlach
  • Schwabing-Freimann
  • Schwabing-West
  • Schwanthalerhöhe
  • Sendling-Westpark
  • Thalkirchen-Obersendling-Forstenried-Fürstenried-Solln
  • Trudering-Riem
  • Untergiesing-Harlaching

Transport Munich

The fastest and also the most comfortable is, of course, air transport. The local international airport is located about 30 kilometers northeast of the city and is the second largest in Germany in terms of the number of passengers carried. You can get from the airport to the city without problems with the help of suburban transport, unless you want to use more expensive taxi options.

Munich rathaus