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This is the second page of Destination Munich’s Oktoberfest tent guide.
If you haven’t read the first page, you can do that here! And now, on with the beer tent introductions…
The Winzerer Fähndl. Pic © Andreas Steinhoff
This is another huge tent down near the Bavaria statue.
The rafters drip with bright yellow streamers loaning a light and summery feel.
If you can’t get in through the main door try the smaller entrances around on the southern side.
They’re not so busy and the doormen occasionally let people in there after the tent has been officially closed.
The Bräurosl. Pic: CC Wikimedia
The Augustiner-Festhalle. Pic © Andreas Steinhoff
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The Löwenbräu-Festhalle. Pic © Andreas Steinhoff
Luckily for some, there is an alternative Oktoberfest to cater for the overflow from the Wiesn.
The "Wiesnzelt am Stiglmaierplatz" takes place at Munich’s Löwenbräukeller beer hall a way away from the main Oktoberfest.
It's open nightly throughout the Oktoberfest (except for Sundays) from 6.30pm.
An Oktoberfest "after-party" starts at 9pm and goes into the wee hours.
To see some photos of this festival and to find out how to book take a look at my page here Alternative Oktoberfest Venue.
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