Visiting Munich’s Oktoberfest for the Fourth Time

I always love visiting the famous and the biggest fair worldwide, the Oktoberfest in Bavaria’s capital city of Munich. For some people  who don’t like big crowds, this might not be the perfect place for you. For many who love to party and drink beer, whoaaa!! Oktoberfest will be a haven for you! I love going to German festivals. This is also the reason why I am present  now for the fourth time in Oktoberfest.  I believed I am one of the happiest and luckiest individual  who always visits this grandeur festival!

There were a lot of crowds during out visit because it was already the last weekend of the celebration. We took the train in going there. The train ride one way is around 2 hours and 15 minutes. This is one way of going there because driving in Munich during Oktoberfest  celebration can be crazy. You will really have a hard time driving around and the worst thing is, you can hardly find a parking place. For many who love to party and drink beer,  taking the German  train is the best way  unless you will stay in a hotel nearby.

I already  posted a lot of articles about Oktoberfest, feel free to browse my categories here for more information and updates.

The main entrance to the Oktoberfest which is held  in Theresienwiese in Munich.
The Hippodrom is one of the  beer tents in Oktoberfest.  It can hold 3,200 guest inside of its tent and 1,000 outside.

 
 

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