How to Find Cheap Accommodation for Oktoberfest

By John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012

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Possibly the world’s largest fair and easily one of the best festivals in Germany, the annual Oktoberfest in Munch is visited by over six million visitors from all over the world. Visitors come to drink beer, eat sausage and join together in spontaneous outbursts of traditional songs.

If you’re thinking of attending, it’s advisable to gather some helpful hints about logistics and accommodations. For starters, public transport is safe and runs as late as 1am (and later on Friday and Saturday nights). The official festivities end at 11pm each evening of the festival, so it’s easy to get back to your hotel, regardless of the location of your lodgings in the city.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Munich Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Munich.

Photo courtesy of digital cat  via Flickr.

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