The Munich Museums go online

The Munich Museums go online

Art could be enjoyed at home. From artists’ talks to virtual tours, museums from all over the world, (as we showed in this post) have gone online. Some Munich Museums like Haus der Kunst or Lenbachhaus have done the same. Haus der Kunst: They offer a blog and a YouTube channel with interesting cultural and artistic content and they have thrown a contest through Instagram with the hashtag #interiorities. Here you can see all its resources. Lenbachhaus: Through its YouTube channel you can know more about artists like Sheela Gowda…

The Münchner Stadtbibliothek offers all its online content for free during three months

The Münchner Stadtbibliothek offers all its online content for free during three months

Reading a book is always a good choice if you have to stay at home. The Munich library offers its catalog for free until the 30th of June. Audiobooks, e-books, newspapers, online courses, videos and more form part of the content you will find there. The only thing you need to do is head to the Münchner Stadtbibliothek webpage and register. This can be a good opportunity to improve your German or learn something new! *Header picture: Pixabay. 

Streaming parties this weekend!

Streaming parties this weekend!

Restaurants, bars, museums, theaters, and clubs are closed but that doesn’t mean we can have fun anyway. This weekend we can assist to two famous Munich parties from our home. If you feel kind of lonely you can always call your friends via Skype, Zoom, Hangouts or other media while you dance to incredible music. These are our recommendations for this weekend, from the 3rd to 5th of April: Friday 3 from  9 pm: Psychedelic Porn Funk // Live From Quarantine Stream: As usual, rock music, psychedelia and sexy moves…