The Oktoberfest is the largest beer festival in the world, as well as the perfect chance to experience Bavarian culture. Though this fest is a must-see, a crowd of over one million people on any given day can be daunting. Let Bavarian Beer Vacations make this event as stress-free and entertaining as possible! We will meet you at the Munich Main Train Station at 10:00 a.m. and guide you into the festival giving you a historical tour of the tents, festival, and events that make this event so amazing. Then it is into one of the major tents for our lunchtime reservation where you will be treated to two beverages and your choice of menu item to eat. We take care of all the stress so that you can have the best day possible.
Tour begins at 10:00 a.m. at the Munich main train station outside Starbucks coffee shop located near track 11/12
Reservations include a historical walk through the Oktoberfest before our lunchtime reservation at either Festzelt Schottenhamel or Festzelt Marstall.
Tour includes your choice of lunchtime meal,two Maß Beer, and tip for waitress
Most table reservations are four to five hours and when finished your guide will be there to bring you back to the train station or give suggestions for other tents and tables
We currently have availability for 2024 weekday reservations from Sept. 22nd – 27th
“Fun and Knowledgeable”
My friends and I spent an entire week with Jake for Oktoberfest 2014. He created an absolutely terrific package that was both fun and educational. We provided him with some guidelines for what we wanted to do while in Germany, and what he produced and executed was simply fantastic. I also appreciated his willingness to help with individual requests or last minute diversions.
Tom P. Visited September 2014
Hands down the best tour guide we have ever had in all of our travels- and we have traveled all over the world. We absolutely adored him. He was so much fun and made everyone feel at ease in his presence. We signed up for the one week Oktoberfest tour and had the time of our lives. And it didn't just include the Oktoberfest. We stayed in this awesome brewery, Griesbrau, for the week and traveled all throughout Bavaria (visited the beautiful Neuschwanstein castle, Ettal monastery, hiked through a gorge, visited the picturesque town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and visited many other places). Jake was with us every step of the way and made sure that every one of us had a great time. He is very, very passionate and knowledgable about history- and it clearly showed. You will definitely get your moneys worth. My husband and I would highly, highly recommend All Things Garmisch if you are visiting the Bavarian area- and especially the Oktoberfest tour. We have very fond memories of our time in Germany and only have Jake to thank. Thanks for everything Jake!!!
Sarah J. Visited September 2014
“The best tour guide I have encountered.”
Our group of about 20 travelers engaged Jake for a tour of Garmische in late June. Members ranged from age seven to seventy-five, and everyone was enthusiastically attentive. Jake informs in an entertaining way and makes sure his clients are enjoying the tour. Four of us hired him the next day to accompany us to Munich. His knowledge of detours around traffic and maneuvering around crowded foot traffic was wonderful. I would hire him again. We had a blast. Not bad for a boy from Louisiana.
Andrea H. Visited June 2013
“All things Garmisch is a must”
If you are in southern Bavaria, "All things Garmisch" is who you want to contact. Jake was instrumental in making our event with injured soldiers a success. His knowledge of the area, showmanship and the way he interacts with you will make it unforgettable! I received numerous compliments from our group and will defiantly use "All Things Garmisch" next time. Thanks Jake!
Mark H. Visited May 2013
What is Bavarian Beer Vacations?
Nothing but the best in premiere vacation packages for small groups going to Bavaria. Our trips bring you to the highlights and the hidden gems of Bavaria while entertaining and teaching you the rich history of our beer and our culture.