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Language Immersion Program in Munich: Learn German in Germany

Our Language Courses in Munich: Total Immersion in German

Munich is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Germany. This cultural metropolis has gained a worldwide reputation for its art museums, theaters, and baroque monuments. But its numerous "Biergärten" (beer gardens), traditional bistros, and cafés also make it a very friendly city, where the famous Oktoberfest takes place. The surrounding region offers breathtaking landscapes of mountains and forests, providing a contrast to the bustling city and making it an ideal destination for a language immersion program.

On a Language Trip to Munich


1,475 millions d'habitants


Old town, squares, monuments

Flight Time

1 hour 30 minutes from Geneva


Embarking on a language trip to Munich means heading to one of the largest cities in Germany in terms of area. The Bavarian capital is located in the southern part of the country, not far from the Austrian border. The River Isar flows through it for about 14 km, including the museum island. Munich is home to several large lakes, including some within the city. This geographical location gives it fluctuating conditions, with a mix of Atlantic and continental climates. The weather varies, with a combination of sunshine, precipitation, and snowfall, aided by the proximity of the Bavarian Alps.

History & Culture

The foundation of Munich in the 9th century was initiated by the construction of a village near a Benedictine abbey. The Duchy of Bavaria gained importance in the 12th century under Otto I, marking the start of the Wittelsbach dynasty, which ruled until 1918. Becoming the residence of the emperor in 1328, it was not until the 19th century that the city experienced economic, cultural, and artistic development. Napoleon declared it the capital of the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1806, leading to the construction of its main monuments. Despite being heavily damaged during World War II bombings, Munich recovered under American occupation.

Things to See and Do

While taking German courses in Munich, take the opportunity to explore Marienplatz, where you'll find the Rathaus (City Hall) and the magnificent gothic-style Frauenkirche (Cathedral). Step inside the Residenz, the former royal palace of the Bavarian kings, and marvel at the silverware and jewelry on display. Munich is home to impressive museums such as the Pinakotheks, the Deutsches Museum, and the BMW Museum and Factory. Take a stroll in the unique baroque-style Nymphenburg Palace Park or visit the English Garden, a beautiful park located in the heart of the city. Don't forget to wander through the Viktualienmarkt, a bustling food market and the venue for various cultural events, including the famous Oktoberfest.

Practical Information

To plan your language trip to Munich, book your flights to Munich International Airport. The capital of Bavaria is well-connected to the rest of the country and neighboring countries. Munich also has a good network of buses, trams, and metros for convenient transportation. Please note that the cost of living in Munich is higher than in France. The historic city center and the main squares are perfect for shopping and indulging in local specialties, from white sausages to potato dumplings.

Munich Tourist Office:
Sendlinger Str. 1
D-80331 München
Phone: +49 (0)89-233 96 500

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