Snapshots from Munich’s World Famous Oktoberfest

Never been to the world’s biggest festival? This is one of the best thing you need to experience when visiting Munich. Oktoberfest is an annual festival that last for 16 days. It starts on last September and ends on the first weekend in October.

According to statistic, over 6 million of people, both locals and tourist visit the Oktoberfest yearly. Here are some of the snapshots I took during my  third visit in this festival. I always  love it there!

Löwenbrau is one of the beer tents at the Oktoberfest that can hold 5,700 people inside and 2,800 people outside of its tent.

The Hippodrom beer tent can hold 3,200 people inside and 1,000 outside.

The huge Ferris Wheel at the middle and you can see women wearing the Bavaria costumes called Dirndl.

 
 

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