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Not very severe. In Munich as with most of Germany, automated transport ticket machines can be changed easily to a number of different languages. Physical German signs are mostly in German but their alphabet is very similar to English so can be easily memorised when you need to know certain place names. However, Munich is a very walkable city which I would ...


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You'll be fine. Especially young people or people in tourism-related jobs speak good English. Public transport is well-organized and easy to navigate. It might help you to plan your trips and tickets ahead of time (i.e. where you are changing subway lines and what ticket you need - they have a rather complicated zones system so you might just want to get a ...


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I've provided some answers in your other question, so here I'll try to explain the road-specific risks. If you're going to use a rental car in Russia, you probably need this sign to be put on the car: This is a warning sign for telling other drivers that there is a novice driver in the car. I suggest you use this sign because the Russian driving style ...



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