After Berlin and Hamburg, Munich is one of the largest metropolises in Germany and also one of the most successful: Munich is on a high level in areas such as productivity, diversity and innovation. The companies based here rely on both domestic and international trade. This means a lot of flexibility and changeability – also linguistically. Interpreters and translators help with this.
With our unique translation app and our professional network of web and specialist translators, we not only offer you perhaps the fastest translation service on the market, but also individualised service options at a transparent fixed price without a request for quotation, for small and large projects.
Source and target languages
Oktoberfest, Opera Festival, BMW Open – big events attract people of all nationalities to Munich. Some even stay forever. Most often, people come from Turkey, Italy, Greece and the former Yugoslavia, but Kurdish and Asian language speakers are also represented. Almost one in three Munich residents has a migration background. Munich's educational landscape is bursting with languages from all over the world: the Language Centre of the Technical University of Munich, the facilities of the Sprachen & Dolmetscher Institut München (SDI) and the Language Centre of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität are the three largest points of contact for learning language skills.
So it's no wonder that our translation agency in Munich offers you the right languages for all occasions.
Take a look right here at our range of languages:
Arabic (North/Northeast Africa)
Tourism plays an important role in Munich: especially from China, Russia and the Gulf States, more and more people are travelling to see the city – and especially Maximilianstraße. The goal: luxury shopping. Those who can afford to shop there are also welcome to treat themselves to a personal interpreter.
Interpreters in Munich are also often available as cultural guides, for example for a tour of the Allianz Arena, the home ground of FC Bayern München, a visit to the Bavaria Filmstadt or a flying visit to one of the fairytale castles located in and around Munich. If you want to get to know the metropolis on the Isar river as a foreign visitor, you will need the help of an interpreter in Munich in many places.