3-2-1 - It’s time to celebrate no waiting lines for KVR
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Welcome back to the Munich Post! The purpose of this newsletter is to share: 3 bits of news, 2 upcoming events, and 1 amazing restaurant/café for ex-pats living in and around Munich. This way, you have a pulse on what’s going on without scrolling through thousands of pages.
3 bits of news
KVR promises: No more long waiting lines
KVR has read your reviews, like the one below:
The administration promises there won't be endless lines in the future. And the best part? All of this is happening before winter.
What's driving the KVR's remarkable optimism?
For starters, emergency appointments may now be made online. The lines have recently disappeared from Poccistrasse's daily existence. Foreign nationals who had an immediate need to call the KVR owing to an emergency were also in line. For instance, if the lack of a residence permit would have meant the loss of a job or a place to study.
You can find the rest of the good news here (in German).
Ostbahnhof will be closed this weekend
I am sorry to inform you that on Saturday, November 19, and Sunday, November 20, the route from Ostbahnhof to the Leuchtenbergring will not be running between 6:00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Avoid going there. You can find the news here (in German).
The Airport Christmas Market is open and waiting for you
The Munich Airport Christmas market is open every day from 11 a.m. between November 19 and December 26. Visitors and passengers will find more than 40 stalls with handicrafts, apparel, jewelry, and toys and gastronomic delights like roasted chestnuts, steaming dumplings, and tarte flambée, all surrounded by a forest of fir trees adorned for Christmas.
What are the other highlights?
An ice skating rink made of plastic, not ice
A musical program with live music ranging from rock and pop to soul and funk to gospel
Something for kids, too: the extensive children's program offers fun and games with face painting, puppet theater, and magic shows
Interested in visiting? You can check the news here (in German).
2 upcoming events
Tollwood Winterfestival is back
A great way to get through the darkest days of winter is to take in all that the Tollwood Winterfest has to offer. Starting Thursday, November 24, and every day through Saturday, December 31, you can wine and dine on special dishes from all over the world. Entertainment includes theater and acrobatic performances, fire, and light shows, art exhibits, and installations. More than 60 bands will be playing for free. Shop for artisan gifts for friends and family. Bring your children and enjoy the spectacles.
I would encourage you to visit this page and check out the many events happening every day.
Viva Frida Kahlo – Immersive Experience
The Immersive Frida Kahlo Experience will premiere in Munich starting on Thursday, December 15 in Munich at Utopia!
Viva Frida Kahlo is the first immersive production of the legendary Mexican artist and icon Frida Kahlo.
TheYou will be transported to the 360-degree experience will transport you to Mexico's Casa Azulin Coyoacán, where the young Frida Kahlo begins painting after being restrained on her bed following a serious accident that left her bedridden.
It will be an explosion of color and pure life force, a really sensuous experience to enjoy. We can’t wait to visit.
Check out the event details here.
1 new restaurant/café to try
Love hot soups in winter?
Tucked in the heart of Munich at the Viktualienmarkt, is a special soup kitchen known as the Münchner Suppenküche where you can enjoy truly delicious soups.
I am sold just based on these reviews – What about you?
If you are around Marienplatz, I recommend walking the few steps to check it out.
Meme of the week 😂
Have a great weekend,
Aazar (writer) and Christina (editor and scout)
Heidi Benson (editor)
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