Transportation only to the largest festival in Europe. Hike up your lederhosen and lace up your dirndls to live the Bavarian dream! Jump on a bike to pedal through one of the most expansive beer gardens in the world and wind through old town Munich. Spin on carnival rides, then head into one of the tents and grab a pretzel and a stein to prost with the locals at the world’s largest festival!
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The trip departs Copenhagen on Thursday evening. The meeting point is on Hans Christian Anderson Boulevard in front of the NY Carlsberg Glyptotek. Please meet your trip leader 20 minutes prior to departure. Travel to Munich is by private luxury coach with A/C, DVD, and toilet. We play DVDs throughout the duration of the trip. We make one 45 minute stop. All Transport-Only guests will be dropped off at the Munich Central Train Station. From here you can easily get to anywhere in Munich.
Friday morning the insanity starts. We highly recommend heading to the grounds where the festival is held called the Theresienwiese. The site is easily accessible by foot from the main train station called Hauptbahnof. Oktoberfest is a giant festival, with rides, games, and beer tents. There are 14 tents of varying sizes. Tent capacities range from 1,000 to 10,000 people. The Bus2alps group will be heading to the Hofbrau Tent at 10:00. We recommend joining us as this is one of the festival’s most popular tents. Once inside, enjoy authentic Bavarian food, world famous German beer, and plenty of singing. Each tent specializes in a different type of lager so make sure to try a few different tents.
Saturday is the busiest day at the Oktoberfest. It is recommended to arrive at the festival before 8:00 to ensure yourself a spot in the most popular tents. If you arrive late and are not able to enter the tents, it is recommended to grab a spot in the beer garden until they start allowing more people to enter the tent.
We will depart on Sunday morning for Copenhagen. We make one 45 minute stop for dinner.