Munich: Oktoberfest Munich AC
- 20 US dollars$20
The world’s largest folk festival is not taking place this year and the area of the festival looks like a desert these days: What a loss for the city of Munich! Every year 6 to 7 million visitors from all over the world come to Munich to enjoy this huge festival, drink local beer, wear a Dirndl dress or Lederhose and have a great time. Learn about the significance of the “biggest beer festival in the world “, why Oktoberfestbeer has to be “brewed in Munich”, what a “beer baron” is and how the “beer palaces” look like. Listen to Oktoberfest-gossip and stories of local personalities and why we look forward to wearing traditional dresses for this event. Why do the dresses look the way they do and how much do you have to pay for a decent “Lederhose for life”. What was the origin of the festival and why has it become such a huge success? And last but not least: What’s the history behind the ‘Bavaria’-statue and the Hall of Fame? Cheers! Ask questions or listen in!
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