After a forced two-year hiatus, Oktoberfest is returning to Munich this weekend.
Known by locals as “Die Wiesn” – or “the fields” – the huge German beer festival takes over a huge space in München called Theresienwiese and has become a magnet for revellers all over the world.
As anyone who has ever been to Oktoberfest knows, it’s not just about drinking local beer brewed with Munich groundwater. Dozens of rides – from carousels to the drop tower – plus shooting galleries and countless Bavarian food stalls are draws for all the family.
How will COVID-19 impact Oktoberfest 2023?
For the past two years, Oktoberfest was cancelled due to the COVID-19. Now it
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