The Oktoberfest is a public event
Everybody can enter for free without a ticket. Booking a table is possible, but with large advance, since reservations are closed already by the months of February-March. To book a table, contact directly the tents manager.
For those who like quieter places we suggest to choose the smaller tents with a more intimate atmosphere.
Try to arrive arrive as early as possible. Ideally you should be there not later than 2 pm on working days and on early morning in the weekends, otherwise you may not be able to find a place.
Groups should also queue. Beer is not served to people standing.
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