If you’re heading to Munich to celebrate Oktoberfest 2016 (or you are thinking about doing so), you’re going to want to pay attention to this post. Seeing as I have never gone to Oktoberfest before, I set out on a mission to talk to people that have so that I could bring you all the front line tips and tricks. I’ve used numerous resources like FlyerTalk, Reddit, and Google to get the very best information and made sure I cross-checked it with other sources for accuracy. The responses were hilarious and I have to say (as a warning, but not to deter you), the recurring theme I’m seeing is that Oktoberfest is a mess, a tourist trap, and Germans pretty much stay away. One native told me about a particular hill that is apparently the place to be if you need to vomit. If this event still sounds like something you want to partake in (or if you bought your flight and can’t turn back), read below for the deets. Here’s what we’ll talk about: How to get there Where to stay What to do What not to do How to Get There The true Oktoberfest or Die Wiesn (as known by the locals) is held in Munich. If you’re coming from the U.S. or Canada, you have a few options for direct flights: Toronto (Air Canada) Philadelphia (American...Read More
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