If you’ve never been before, you might be wondering how to do Oktoberfest in Munich the right way, or which is the best tent at Oktoberfest. Take it from a native, I’m going to share some insider tips with all the information you’ll need for the best Oktoberfest experience. Consider me your Oktoberfest guide.
Beauty. Trust. Breath. Progress. This is what comes to mind when I think of springtime. The arrival of spring shows us renewal. How can we approach the transformation of our own being? Just as the soil naturally makes room for the tulip greens to spiral upward, how can we gently shift our relationship to what doesn’t work instead of forcing change?
One of the signature signals of winter and the holiday season is the Munich Christmas Markets (Christkindlmarkt) that begin to pop up all around the city in late November. From mulled wine and music, to stocking stuffers and intricate gifts, you’ll find a world of treats displayed within the stalls of each one.
In 2018, Monocle named Munich the world’s most liveable city. The cosmopolitan city has plenty of parks and lush green gardens, a river clean enough to swim in, and a variety of authentic neighbourhoods to explore. The number of delicious restaurants and lively bars seems virtually endless. Munich is not only a fantastic city to visit, but it’s also one of the best places in the world to live.
Munich, Germany, is one of the greatest female solo travel destinations in the world. (And I’m not just saying this because it’s the city I currently call home!) Here’s my solo travel guide of must-see places for your next adventure to Munich, Germany.