If you love beer, you must plan a trip to Munich Germany late September to the first Sunday of October – it’s the biggest event of the year. For the past two hundred years, the two week plus beer and folk festival draws visitors to Theresienwiese Meadow from all over the world.

Octoberfest at night; Photo by Sebastian Lehner

Enjoy seventeen large tents as well as twenty one small tents to choose from at Oktoberfest and the Oide Wiesn, which first began in 2010 to commemorate the 200th birthday of Oktoberfest. Oide Wiesn was created to celebrate the history of the festival, and became a permanent addition to the annual event. Its is a family friendly designated area featuring rides, a Ferris wheel, and a museum geared towards children.

It should be noted that you must make beer tent reservations – usually as a group (ten people). Locals receive priority since many have been attending for years…becoming a family tradition.

In addition to beer…indulge in bratwurst, pretzels and roasted meats, pretzel, and lots, lots more.

Find out more on the website – https://www.oktoberfest.de

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