Related Top 10 Oktoberfest celebrations around the

first_img RelatedTop 10 Oktoberfest celebrations around the worldThe 200-year old tradition of Oktoberfest starts on the third weekend of September, and ends on the first Sunday of October. This year, the festival begins on Saturday 16th September and finishes on 3rd October – here are the best places to celebrate the world’s biggest beer festival. Bottoms up!Top 10 things to see and do in MunichFrom Oktoberfest to fairytale castles, top tips for an unforgettable stay in the beer capital of Germany.Oktoberfest: Skyscanner’s Guide to the World’s Best Beer FestOktoberfest: Skyscanner’s Guide to the World’s Best Beer Fest People of all ages are expected to book flights to Munich for this year’s Oktoberfest, the Munich Tourist Office has said.Despite the fact that six million litres of beer will be drunk at this year’s festival, Karoline Graf, a spokesperson at the tourist office, said it was suitable for people of all ages.”It has a lot to offer for families – there is a family spot where it’s a bit calmer [and] where you can stay with little children,” she commented.Ms Graf did warn that people booking flights to Munich should be wary about the city’s hotel situation, with prices tending to rise during the run-up to Oktoberfest.The German city’s famous beer festival is set to prove a hit with Brits after a recent TripAdvisor study found that Brits are more likely than people from other European countries to prop up the bar while on holiday.According to the poll, travellers from the UK spend an average of one hour and 38 minutes each day enjoying the local hospitality.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img

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