Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Note: All documentation sent to our translation agency will be treated in confidence and will remain the property of its owner from the moment of the request for an estimate for the interpreting service in Munich.
Capital of buoyant Bavaria and German icon abroad, Munich is the third biggest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg.
The city’s name derived from a monastical settlement on the banks of the River Isar, next to a toll bridge, built by Henry the Lion, in order to benefit from the salt trade, hence the origins of Munich lie in the mid- 12th century.
Nowadays, Munich has one of the highest concentrations of wealth in the world, as it is the home to the headquarters of companies such as BMW and Siemens.
What is there to do in Munich?
– Take a leisurely stroll through the city’s old town, make sure to walk across the “Marienplatz”, and marvel at the town hall, walk by the “Peterskirche”, Munich’s oldest church, the “Frauenkirche”, as you will have an amazing panoramic view from its tower and the “Viktualienmarkt”, a market where you can buy local delicatessen and flowers. The city centre is surrounded by the gates of the ancient city walls; the Isartor, Sendlinger Tor and Karlstor.
– Walk through the “Englischer Garten” (English Garden), right in the city centre. On your walk through the city’s green lungs, make sure to visit the “Residenz”, Germany’s largest city palace, which many Bavarian kings and dukes used to call home.
– Also make sure to visit the Bavarian kings, other former and impressive residence, the Nymphenburg Palace.
– And if you are interested in art, you will surely get your money’s worth in one of Munich’s great museums, for example the “Alte Pinakothek”, its collection covers art from the Middle Ages through to the 19th century, the “Neue Pinakothek”, exhibits art created between the 17th and 19th century and the “Pinakothek der Moderne”, where you can marvel at 20th century as well as modern paintings and sculptures. But even the “Lembachhaus Museum” is worth a visit.
– Have a beer in the world-famous “Hofbräuhaus”, its large round tables, lively atmosphere and live Bavarian music, are more than inviting.
– Visit the Olympia Park and ascend to the top of the nearby TV tower.
– Enjoy the student atmosphere and have a drink in one of the many nice bars or restaurants near the university.
– If you want to eat and drink like a real Bavarian, go to one of the restaurants run by the old breweries in the city centre, such as Löwenbräu, Paulaner or Augustiner.