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If you love beer, autumn is the season to be in Munich, which hosts world-famous Oktoberfest, an annual beer festival, during September-October. The city boasts more than 150 biergartens that remain open from April to October. The largest and the oldest beer gardens are within the city limits. Taste a Bavarian beer in one of the traditional beer gardens, as month of October is coming to a close. But what is a beer garden? A true beer garden dotted with chestnut trees serves handcrafted Bavarian beer in beer mugs and uses wooden tables instead of modern plastic tables and umbrellas.

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The architecture, cuisine, culture, and history found in the city of Munich are what draw so many international travelers to this German city.  It is Bavaria’s capital and Germany’s largest federal state.  However, it is the cultural scene that is second to none where the country is concerned.  And let’s not forget about the world famous Oktoberfest celebration.  You might be surprised to know, where cuisine is concerned, that Munich also caters to those people looking for vegan and vegetarian menus.  The following are our choices.

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The world’s largest fair of the year is right around the corner and the city of Munich, Germany and the city is preparing for its annual average of 6 million visitors that typical inundate the town for the duration of Oktoberfest, the country’s largest annual event. Even though you don’t want to sound like a local, it takes more than just learning the tips in your guidebook for ordering a few liters of beer and sounding somewhat like a local. Here are a few tips for attending Oktoberfest this year and enjoying yourself among the crowds.

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Located in the state of Bavaria, the city of Munich, Germany is one of Western Europe’s most popular destinations for European and international travelers. Many individuals and families visit the city for the architecture, art, culture, and history. However for many others, it is the beer and the different festivals that hold most of the allure. Germany is well known worldwide for the caliber of beers that come from the country.

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Munich has developed a reputation as being a city dominated by a single attraction, the Oktoberfest beer festival. This is unfair as the city has a lot to offer, especially to those who wouldn’t dream of attending a beer festival. The city has cultural and historical attractions aplenty, as well as being a useful gateway city and transport hub for the Bavarian Alps. Here are five fun facts about this beguiling and often misunderstood city.

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Munich Airport (MUC) is busy but well organized and it is easy to get to the city from the airport. The airport has two terminals, located just a short walk from each other. Between terminals 1 and 2 is the Central Area where many of the airport services and facilities can be found.

Munich airport

There are information services for arriving passengers in the Central Area (open 24 hours), in Terminal 1 and in Terminal 2. Arriving passengers can also make hotel reservations around the clock at the info desk in the Central Area, on Level 03. read full article

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Munich is a truly cosmopolitan city and the heart of Bavarian lifestyle. With its beautiful parks, busy shops, hordes of museums and roaring beer halls, it’s easy to lose days soaking up the atmosphere in its urban sprawl.

24 hours in munichPhoto: Getty Images

But if you’re only paying a whirlwind visit to this stunning southern German city, here are some of the best things to cram into 24 hours. read full article

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The German Christmas markets, an annual affair, open in the end of November and lasts until the end of 4-week long Advent. Choral music wafts through the nippy air of the winter until the last day of the market. A Christmas market, a street market originated in Germany, recreates the nativity scenes, and sells ornamentations for Christmas tree, traditional food, local arts and crafts, gifts and souvenirs, to name but a few.

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The “Christmas Magic” Market (WeihnachtsZauber) on Gendarmenmarkt square in Berlin, one of the best Christmas markets in Berlin, showcases works of different genres such as stone and wood sculpture, carpentry, photography and painting. Visitors can watch artisans at work and buy handmade goods. It hosts fire swallowing, acrobatics, juggling, dance, and choral and classical music shows all 38 days to entertain the public. The market serves traditional cuisine, gourmet food, seasonal delicacies and exquisite snacks to reenergize visitors spent after browsing through the stalls. read full article

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In Munich, the capital of Bavaria region in Germany, shopping malls are very popular with people living or visiting the city. Most of them offer unlimited parking right under the roof, mostly in the underground of the mall. Another advantage is that you can go to a lot of shops and restaurants with a roof over your head. Customers can enjoy shopping at any weather. Explore the best shopping malls in Munich with Venere!

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Forget about beer and bratwurst, Bavaria’s beautiful capital city, Munich, is also home to one of Germany’s most significant cultural destinations: the Kunstareal.

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Munich has long enjoyed an enviable reputation in the German speaking world as one of the most attractive cities in Europe,

The Deutsches Museum in Munich, Germany

making it popular as a place to visit and, for many people, read full article

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If you’re traveling in Munich, be sure to check out one of their great festivals that happen yearly.

  • Munich Carnival – February

One of the oldest festivals in Munich is Carnival and dates back to 1823 on the Rhein… read full article

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Christmas is drawing near and in case you are planning to sample mouth-watering local delicacies and spicy wine, here is a selection of this year’s best Christmas markets in Europe.

Aside from the traditional German Christmas markets or Weihnachtsmärkte, there are many other European destinations where you… read full article

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Check out October’s most popular articles on the Venere Travel Blog:

1.  Things to do in Munich

Published September 29th – If you’re planning a holiday in Bavaria, Germany check out our Top 5 things to do in Munich including the world famous… read full article

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If you’re looking to visit Germany, one city you should look to visit is Munich. Munich offers up a rich and varied culture.

1. Munich Oktoberfest

If you’re going to Munich in September, you might be interested in Oktoberfest. The… read full article

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