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Are you ready for the world's largest folk festival? See for yourself why 6 million people take part in Oktoberfest every year! From the quantity of beer consumed to the amount of chicken devoured help break new records! Start the party in the beer tents then continue the festival in Prague, stopping off at traditional watering holes and one of the greatest rock bars in Europe! 
Tour Departure Ex Australia: 28 Sep'20



Day 1-3 Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany
Over 6 million visitors drink 7 million litres of beer every year and eat half a million roast chickens during the 2-week festival. Oktoberfest in Munich is the biggest event in the world and will leave you simply amazed. 3 Nights Munich
Day 4-6 Explore the Beer Scene in Prague, Czech Republic
Prague offers a selection of the bars & pubs for everyone – no matter your taste, you will find it here. From the famous Harley’s music bar and James Dean bar to traditional underground cave bars serving up the most amazing beers on the planet. 3 Nights Prague
Day 7-8 Medieval Wonderland in Rothenburg, Germany
It’s a medieval wonderland where you’ll be transported back in time to a tiny hidden pub built over 1,000 years ago and dozens of traditional bars from the middle ages. The food here is some of the best in Europe, so tempt your taste-buds at every street corner. 2 Nights Rothenburg
Day 9-10 Stuttgart Beer Festival in Stuttgart, Germany
Europe’s 2nd largest beer fest, the Stuttgart Beer Festival (locally known as Cannstatter Volksfest) attracts over 4 million visitors a year putting it almost on par with Oktoberfest. And it’s an absolute hidden gem – virtually no tourists visit and few people outside of Germany have ever heard of it, making it a truly unique experience. 2 Nights Stuttgart
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