The Oktoberfest 2020 was cancelled. The 187th Munich Oktoberfest is planned to begin on September 18th 2021.

Due to the huge crowds a little planning can be worth a lot.

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Expected Crowds

Learn when to go in order to avoid overcrowding.

Directions

Public transport absolutely is the way to go - to the Oktoberfest.

Oktoberfest Reservation Availabilities 2021

Learn where you can still reserve tables for evenings and weekends.

Oktoberfest First-Timers-Guide

The most important things you need to know about Oktoberfest on one page.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions about the Oktoberfest? We like to help.

Plan Your Perfect Trip

Our five-step-guide will help you plan the most perfect trip to the Oktoberfest in Munich.

Reservation Alarm

Receive an email whenever an Oktoberfest beer tent publishes new table reservation availabilities and never miss a reservation start again.

Last-Minute-Reservations

Some tents offer last-minute-reservations 24h in advance.

Reserve Tables

These 4 paths will lead you to your Oktoberfest reservation.

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Beer Price

This is how much beer and beverages are at the Oktoberfest.

Food at the Oktoberfest

You can eat very well at the Oktoberfest - if you know what to order.

Ride Ticket Prices

This is how much you have to pay for rides and attractions at the Munich Oktoberfest.

Find free seats

At least from Sundays through Thursdays, you should always be able to find free seats in the tents.

Lost and Found

Many people lose many things. Luckily, many of them show up at the Oktoberfest’s lost and found.

Baggage

As most bags have been banned from Oktoberfest since 2016, keep in mind, you have to leave your baggage outside of the fairgrounds.

Midday Specials

Until 3pm, Oktoberfest is cheaper. See an overview over all lunch offers of the beer tents.

Practical Tips

In order for your first-time-visit to be a great experience, read what to keep in mind.

Menus

This is what the Oktoberfest tents offer to eat and drink.