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Oktoberfest Advice: How to Tie the Knot

For all of you ladies about to enjoy Oktoberfest, here is one crucial piece of information you need to know! First of all, buying a dirndl is essential to properly get into the Oktoberfest spirit.  There are plenty of places around Munich that sell Dirndls anywhere from €60-€180 in all sorts of colors, lengths, styles, and patterns. Now you …

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9 Reasons to Visit Oktoberfest: Even if You Don’t Drink Beer

Every September for the last 183 years, millions of people have gathered in Munich, Germany to celebrate the traditional Bavarian Folk Festival known to the world as Oktoberfest. Looking to travel to Oktoberfest, but on the fence because you don’t drink the liquid of the Germans?  Here are 9 other amazing reasons to visit Munich and …

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Munich Springfest

April 17th marks the beginning of Springfest in Munich this season and lasts until May 3. So grab your lederhosen or dirndl and travel to Germany for this awesome springtime event! Munich Spring Festival, also known as Fruhlingsfest, takes place at the same grounds as Oktoberfest, Theresienwiese. Pick from two tents, Spaten’s Hippodrome or the Augustiner tent, and sip on some …

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German Cuisine

When traveling to Germany these are four foods you cannot miss out on Wiener Schnitzel Wiener schnitzel, the national dish of Austria, is something you can’t leave Germany without trying. It is a very thin slice of pork, breaded, deep-fried then topped with lemon or a mushroom sauce…. simply delicious. Often served with a side …

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