Have you ever been to Munich for the Oktoberfest? As for me, never! Until this week I got the chance to visit Munich together with Thomas Sabo. The flight from Vienna to Munich lasted only 45 minutes. I didn’t really realise I travelled to another country since in both cities German is the spoken language.
And although I am not that kind of person who fancies drinking beer, nor do I love German cuisine, I was so curious to discover what is this Oktoberfest all about. I also enjoyed every moment being a guest of Thomas Sabo among other 35 bloggers who traveled from different parts of Europe, just to be in Munich for the Oktoberfest.
If you ever find yourself in Munich for the Oktoberfest, don’t forget to take with you or buy a Dirndl (for ladies) and Lederhosen (for gentlemen) and read my best Munich travel tips here.
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Oh, by the way! Did you know that Oktoberfest is called Wiesn as well? I personally didn’t know that, but I guess that’s OK, since I am neither Austrian nor German…
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