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The third-largest city in Germany, Munich is the capital of Bavaria and stands on the River Isar. Around 1.3 million people live here, all of whom are very affectionate if we are to believe the city's motto - it's 'München mag Dich', or 'Munich Loves You'. the city's name comes from the old German 'Mönche', meaning 'monk, a reflection of the fact that this settlement was originally founded by the Benedictine order. Munich is home to one of Europe's most lauded football teams in FC Bayern Munich and what many consider to be the world's most famous beer halls, the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl. It forms a central part of the annual two-week Oktoberfest, first held in 1810 to celebrate the marriage of the crown prince Ludwig.
If you're setting about the task of sending parcels to Munich, you'd do well to heed the advice of the UK's largest online parcel delivery company. Which just happens to be us. And we'd recommend, without hesitation, that a courier to Munich is the key to parcel delivery happiness. Swift and secure, it doesn't face the same risk of delays and industrial action as the post offices.
Sending a parcel to Munich with a courier is not, on first glance, a job for the faint-hearted. Lots of companies are prepared to do the job and they seem to make a point of having different terminology, tariffs and conditions. But we've swept away all that you don't need to know to leave you with the simplest of choices which you can make with all the relevant information in front of you. And also in front of you will be a price that's likely to be significantly cheaper than the courier themselves could offer.
Once your choice is made, choose a time that's convenient and the company of your choice will drop by to pick up your package. Your parcel delivery to Munich will be well on its way with the minimum of fuss.
You role does involve two essentials, however. The first is the sturdy wrapping of your parcel which is, after all, going to another country far, far away. And the second is to make a point of adding to the address the PLZ, or postal guidance number. You wouldn't want to send a parcel to Munich with it given that this five-digit wonder denotes both the area and the postal district.

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