In your visit of the Oktoberfest you cannot skip a tour of the beautiful city of Munich which hosts the event.
Munich is the capital of Bavaria, with 1.300.000 inhabitants it is one of Germany’s largest cities and one of its major tourist centres thanks to the numerous churches, museums and historical buildings.
The city aims at becoming a world sumptuous metropolis and an idyllic place for contemplative minds. Hence its bizarre aspect.
Munich is bound to tradition but it also looks at innovations, and together with Berlin it represents one of Germany’s major cultural centres.
Conservative and phlegmatic at the same time, Munich offers to visitors a view of the peasant’s tradition as well as the modernity of a world famous city.
Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy: this is the city motto, and tolerance as well. These two principles are at the very base of Munich’s spirit.
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