As a folk festival, Munich not only has the Oktoberfest to offer. Our author has spent one day at the Auer Dult - searching for a certain feeling.
Discover the special stalls and rides of the Auer Dult and be able to taste the delicacies of the historic Munich fair.
Three times a year for nine days of shopping, searching, watching, and amusing. Maidult, Jakobidult and Kirchweihdult are cult in Munich.
Munichs official visitor cards at a glance.
A good portion of Bavarian conviviality can be experienced at the strong beer festival on the Nockherberg.
When the people are dressed to impress and meet to dance till dawn at Chinesischer Turm: it's Kocherlball time.
Culture for all: since the end of the 1980s, visitors have associated this festival with an atmosphere of tolerance, internationalism and openness.
Munich is home to over 40 markets, with more than 120 traders: each one is unique and has its own story. An overview from Tuesday to Saturday.
A letter-by-letter guide to Oktoberfest: from O like O' zapft is to T like Tracht.
Getting in is tough; but once you’re in, the fun never stops. A brief typology of the different beer tents at Oktoberfest - and the people inside.
You can also have a very leisurely time at the Oktoberfest. We have taken a closer look at the longest standing rides.
...Christmas starts a little earlier. Munich's Christmas Markets at a glance!
When it gets dark and the snow shines in the glow of countless lights, the Christmas market on Marienplatz is the most beautiful.
Spreading joy, celebrating culture and raising awareness for the environment and social equality are all on the agenda at this Munich festival.
Welcome to Munich! Learn more about Munich's most beautiful spots and its residents.