What events to attend in the fall

If someone believes that only summer was invented for recreation, this opinion can refute lovers of unusual holiday. After all, autumn holidays can be much more interesting and richer than summer. Although to each his own. Someone who likes to bask on the beach and sees in this a true vacation, and someone like holiday event, in which each camper tries to attend as many events and to witness the interesting event. But if the adherents of a beach holiday at any time of the year can find your beach, lovers of interesting events more limited, as many events are held only once a year. Because not far off the autumn, we will try to inspect upcoming events autumn that it would be interesting to visit.

Germany, Munich

The Oktoberfest Festival

20 September – 5 October

This annual event, which takes place in Munich on the Theresienwiese. Here every autumn come from all over the world lovers of beer, fun and German sausages. Each day will have the enchanting activities, among which the most striking are assumed: a festive parade through the main streets of Munich, the owners of the beer halls, the opening of the festival, which is traditionally marked by different the first keg of beer by the mayor of Munich; colorful costume parade in national costumes of the Central regions of Germany; Family day with Continue reading

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