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After the Munich Oktoberfest
is before the Wiesn!
The Munich Oktoberfest is by far the most famous beer festival in the world. Over six million litres of traditional Bavarian Beer and more than half a million grilled chickens are consumed there, over a period of sixten days. Not to mention the sausages, the prezels, the sugar-coated almonds, over a hundred oxen, countless pigs and much more.
‘Never work with children or animals’
W.C Fields would have probably hated Munich. If you’re reading this with a hairy paw on the mouse, whilst simultaneously panting at the thought of a juicy bone, then Munich loves you! You are allowed inside many of the restaurants and even those that do say “K-nein!” will at least leave a cool bowl of alpine refreshment outside their door just for your pleasure.
Top Five Secret Tips for Travellers
Leading travel website TravelMag.com recently published a fantastic article about organised tours to Neuschwanstein Castle from Munich, and they were kind enough to recommend Radius Tours at the very top of the article for one of the best tours available. Below they give use their top five secret tips for travellers.
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the oldest tour company and number one specialist in English-language tours in Munich and Bavaria and beyond.
The home of Oktoberfest and Bayern Munich Football Club, the world capital of beer, the cultured "Athens of the Alps", the elegant seat of royalty, the welcoming city of churches, beer gardens, Lederhosen, beer halls and good food ... Munich is Germany's most charming and most loveable city. It has also one of the darkest and most fascinating histories of any European city, being as it is the birthplace of Nazism and the launch pad of Adolf Hitler's political career.
Munich's Bavarian hinterland is one of the most beautiful regions of Europe, a picturesque rural heartland adorned with lovely old world towns and villages and romantic castles, and with the magnificent Alps ever present in the background.