Oktoberfest in Munich

September - October
City Life, Culture, Events
6 Days



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Day 1 : 19 Sep: Munich Arrival

Arrive at Munich airport and a private vehicle will transfer you to the accommodation where you can check in. Gear up to enjoy the first day of the Oktoberfest festival.

Make sure to check out the opening day parade where all the tent owners and important people make their way to the Oktoberfest grounds on top of horse-drawn beer carriages. The beer is ready to be served once the Lord Mayor of Munich taps the first keg. Make your way to one of the 14 official tents of Oktoberfest and enjoy your first beer of many.

Later in the evening, make your way to the carnival area and witness fun rides from the swing carousel to the high-tech rollercoaster and the classic toboggan. You can also make a stop along the booths to devour street food and pick up souvenirs like the classic gingerbread heart. It’s also worth buying a traditional Bavarian outfit to help you blend in with the crowds and get a complete Oktoberfest experience.

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Accommodation in Munich

Day 2 : 20 Sep: Munich

Today, catch the Costume Parade.

This parade includes almost 10,000 participants and features traditional costumes and dancing, marching bands, flag bearers, and the best possible examples of German engineering—horse-drawn beer carriages.

In the evening, make your way to Allianz Arena to catch a football match featuring FC Bayern Munich.

Find your spot in the 66,000-seat stadium and cheer along with the rivalling, partisan crowds on match day. Contribute to the fantastic stadium atmosphere as you sing songs, chant, wave flags and cheer non-stop with other fans.

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Accommodation in Munich

Day 3 : 21 Sep: Munich

Start your day by pedaling through the city on Classic Munich Bike Tour.

Hop in the saddle for a 4-hour bike tour of Munich, and discover the charms of the Bavarian capital as you explore it on two wheels. With a local guide, you’ll pedal past landmarks such as Odeonsplatz with its Italianate architecture and the landscaped English Garden. Hear fun facts about life in the city as you go, and enjoy an hour-long stop at the Chinese Tower beer garden for food and drinks.

Later, head back to the Oktoberfest tents as you enjoy consuming beer and traditional Bavarian food.

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Accommodation in Munich

Day 4 : 22 Sep: Munich

Today, visit the iconic Neuschwanstein Castle.

Often known as Germany’s "Cinderella castle," Neuschwanstein was actually the inspiration for a different Disney story, the ‘Sleeping Beauty’ castle at Disneyland. Take a guided tour of the castle, and hear stories about the "Mad" King Ludwig II, who commissioned it. Visit the best vantage points for views and photo ops of the castle’s towers, interiors and surrounding scenery such as the lake, gorge and equally beautiful Hohenschwangau Castle.

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Accommodation in Munich

Day 5 : 23 Sep: Munich

After breakfast, spend the day drinking beer from the 14 Oktoberfest tents.

Oktoberfest is known as one giant, joyous party, with Bavarian Blasmusik (brass band music) played in every tent, each of which has its own personality. The 10,000-person Hofbräu-Festzelt tent is an especially festive area, where it's possible meet travellers from all around the world in addition to plenty of Germans. Some of the other popular tents worth visiting include Augustiner, Löwenbräu, Paulaner, Spaten, and Hacker-Pschorr.

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Accommodation in Munich

Day 6 : 24 Sep: Munich Departure

Bid farewell to the drinking festivities and head to the airport to catch your flight back home

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