Hotel Koniger

Erdinger Strasse 8, Landsham-Pliening, Munich, Bavaria, 85652, Germany
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End of Ocktoberfest

by HarmoniousBotch

What is Munich like duing the last two days of Ocktoberfest, and the day or two after?
I'll be doing business in Germany in October. I'm not a beer drinker, nor am I partial to polkas, so I consider Octoberfest to be a bit of an impediment, not an opportunity. Unfortunately the only times that we could fit in a visit to Munich would be a day or two after or a day or two before the end.
Are hotel prices still rediculously high? Are they still crowded? Do visitors vacate the city immediately? Or do they start leaving before the end?

Re: End of Ocktoberfest

by lotharscheer

Oktoberfest is usualy the last 2 weeks in september and finished the first sunday in oktober (this year 4. 10.)

Re: End of Ocktoberfest

by HarmoniousBotch

Thanks, but my question implies that I already know the dates.

I know when it is. I want to know what people do.

Re: End of Ocktoberfest

by abalada

> Do visitors vacate the city immediately?
Yes. Mostly already on the last day of the Oktoberfest.

> I'm not a beer drinker, nor am I partial to polkas,
Oktoberfest is much more than beer tents. And also the letter are at least worth a look around (e.g. how massive they are and the beautiful decoration). Main drawback are the high hotel prices during Oktoberfest.

Re: End of Ocktoberfest

by dino335

Oktoberfest is in a park slightly outside the center. I was there at the end of September. There were plenty of tourists in the center. I did pay premium price for a hotel.

I did check out Okotoberfest one night. I sat at the outside part of the Lowenbrau tent, I was attracted by a good rock/pop band playing a Beatles tune.
They might have thrown in a polka, but mostly played older rock tunes.

There are a couple of smaller tents that feature German wine rather than beer.

Travel Tips for Munich

Munich is a very large town,...

by Luis_Alberto

Munich is a very large town, this city is located in Southern Germany. It has its own Bavarian atmosphere, very famous because of the Octoberfest Festival, celebrated each year in the month of October. This is probaby the hardest month of the year to find accomodations in the city. My best memories from this city are the great museums and parks. The people in this town are fun loving, and friendlier than other German towns. They do have a very distint character, compared to other German cities.

City of festivals

by Henkster

Munich is an always active city. In the summer time, there is hardly a week-end, without some outdoor event or festival.
Here is a photo I took at this year's Schwabing Streetlife festival, where the big Leopoldstr. boulevard is closed to traffic and people party on the street.
This also happens after important soccer games.
In Munich you will never be without some celebrations around you.


by Helga67

The setup of a Maypole is a unique Bavarian custom dating back to the 16th century.
Up to 40 m high, the maypole is decorated with pictures of the main buildings and the main crafts of the village.
An old tradition is to steal the maypole before its setup by young men of another village. To prevent this, the maypole is guarded carefully. To get back a stolen maypole the payment is a barrel of beer and a good meal.

Surfing the Eisbach

by globetrotter06

Yes, it is actually possible to go surfing in Munich, and the city even has a few surfshops. Eisbach, at the southern end of the English Garden, is the place where most surfers go. It is just a thin strip, so only one person at a time can go. But there is always a wave here, and people don't paddle out, just jump off the side and into the wave. It's comparable with a surf in the ocean, but it's something different. However, since the river at this point isn't wider than approx. 6 meters, most surfers touch the sides now and then, leading to some dents and scratches.

Haidhausen : a neighborhood with village look

by ptitetoile

The charm of this neighborhood on the other side of the Isar comes from its village organisation...the little market square, its little houses, its churches build a really particular whole that seemded to live apart from the big town of Munich


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