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Munich, Bavaria, Germany, 2011/08/16 - People moving to Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf or Cologne/Bonn can make their lives a lot easier thanks to NEW IN THE CITY, a magazine for newcomers published in English and German.
NEW IN THE CITY started successfully in Munich in 2003.
The bilingual guide is now on sale in seven German cities and will soon be launched in the Ruhr Region.
With valuable information over 197 pages, NEW IN THE CITY Munich is the perfect guide for all those new to Munich.
We provide useful information for your move, help in locating a flat and report on openings, highlights and important trends in city life.
Everyone can quickly and efficiently keep up-to-date with the help of NEW IN THE CITY, look up relevant addresses and learn about the best locations in his new city.
NEW IN THE CITY is so much more than "just" a city-guide.
NEW IN THE CITY is many different guides all in one. More precisely, it's a leisure-, sports-, scene-, bar and restaurant-, shopping-, culture-, event, -, education-, career- and moving-guide!
NEW IN THE CITY is the perfect guide for up to 100,000 newcomers who move to Germany’s big cities every year.
The magazine is packed with important information and is the perfect guide for people who are new in the city.
NEW IN THE CITY guides newcomers through all the difficult and time-consuming issues associated with moving such as finding an apartment, choosing a removal service, dealing with official registration formalities, using public transportation and finding a new social circle.
The magazine informs newcomers about city districts, restaurants, bars, nightclubs and sports and recreational possibilities as well as the cultural offerings and major events in their new city. The magazine is entertaining, easy to read and all its articles are in English and German.
Every year hundreds of thousands of people from many different countries move to Germany’s cities, enriching the multicultural life of those cities and providing an important economic boost. For all those newcomers, NEW IN THE CITY offers a complete information package to make their life easier day and night.
“Newcomers have many different reasons to move to a new city,” says NEW IN THE CITY publisher Rüdiger Bremert, who arrived as a newcomer to Munich from northern Germany. “But at first all newcomers have the same kind of problems. They feel like strangers and must go through the tedious tasks of finding important telephone numbers and addresses or look for the nearest shopping center or a good local cinema. Our magazine helps to make these problems easier to master.”
NEW IN THE CITY provides essential basic information including a comprehensive list of important addresses, well-written and beautifully illustrated portraits and detailed articles on various themes from job seeking to education and childcare, gastronomy and theater.
In addition, the magazine reports on new openings of businesses, bars and restaurants as well as other new happenings such as upcoming major city development projects or changes to the public transport network.
NEW IN THE CITY is much more than just a magazine for newcomers. Even long-established residents can learn new things about their home city. The magazine is published annually and costs € 6.90.