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This huge grassy park annually hosts the city's popular Oktoberfest.
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We were at the Ochsenbraterei tent and we had the time of our life! The food was incredible and the beer is delicious and plentiful! The crowds can get overwhelming if you aren't prepared for that sort of thing, we got there at 10am and...More

Thank PauDou
Reviewed 1 week ago

one word to describe my oktoberfest experience ^ i travelled with stoke travel camping just outside of munich, they have a wicked campsite with bands and live music, plus unlimited beer which helps save tonnes of money when you get to the halls. the halls...More

Thank Casey L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Theresienweise would be filled with office buildings in any other city in the world, but Munich's Oktoberfest is so important to the city's culture that this enormous space stands empty most of the year. If you're there in the few weeks of the fest,...More

Thank Bob T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Synomous with the Oktoberfest, there is not that much to see here in the months leading up to September / October. At this time it becomes must see. Fruhlingsfest in Spring however is a great alternative, feeling far more local and otherwise with the same...More

Thank James H
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Went there uring Frughlingsfest, lots of eating and drinking options for adults and hundreds of amusement rides for kids, worth a visit day and night when something is going on there. Metro station inside.

Thank OrlandoJunior
Reviewed 4 May 2018

We were there during Munich Spring Fest and it was really an experience - the Germans relly know how to fire.

Thank TuppuH
Reviewed 2 May 2018

We only sought out Theresienweise as we had inadvertently booked our trip away to coincide with the Spring Frühlingsfest and we also had some amazing weather along with it. There were so many games stalls, food stalls, rides and lovely Beer tents there was difficulty...More

Thank Lynsey H
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Had a great time at the Spring Beer Fest, and there was a lot to do for both the kids and the adults. Was pretty cool we could take the kids into the beer halls, and then go out and ride. Had a great time,...More

Thank dkcjr
Reviewed 30 April 2018

There are 2 main beer tents with an amazing atmosphere everyone standing on the benches singing and dancing to the music better at the weekend when busy.Arrive early to get a table. Excellent firework display on Fridays.

Thank aceadviser
Reviewed 18 April 2018

Fab day at the Olympic parked, helped by the wonderful spring sunshine. Wandered in the park and went up the Olympic Tower to get panoramic views of the city and out to the Alps - worth a visit

Thank L77H
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5 May 2018|
Response from Lynsey H | Reviewed this property |
No there’s no tickets you just walk in. You may need to book a space in a tent, but it wasn’t terribly busy when we were there so you should be fine.
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10 December 2017|
Response from heikkih722 | Reviewed this property |
Maybe same kind of group on Sunday, but weekdays are a little easier.
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