- Step 1: Search the Munich Tourist Board database Search the Munich Tourist Board's hotel database. Search results range from four-star hotels to simple bed and breakfast accommodations.
- Step 2: Consider booking private accommodations Consider booking private accommodations (apartments, flats, or houses) through an online service such as Statthotel, or Check In! Munchen.
- Step 3: Book a bed and breakfast stay Book bed and breakfasts through The Bed and Breakfast Private Accommodation Agency. Also, see the Tourist Board's list of hostels and campsites.
- Step 4: Book reservations for Wiesn Camp Send e-mail for reservations at Wiesn Camp, popular camping alternative for Oktoberfest visitors.
- TIP: Although tents are set up at Wiesn Camp, visitors will need to bring their own sleeping bags.
- Step 5: Park your motorhome or camper Park your motorhome or camper at a designated area at the New Munich Trade Fair Center or at Wiesn Camp.
- Step 6: Call the Munich Tourist Office Call the Munich Tourist Office's "comfort reservation" team for last-minute booking. Be aware of their Monday through Friday office hours.
- FACT: Even though Bavaria has one of the strictest nonsmoking laws in Europe, as of 2010 smoking was still allowed in the Oktoberfest beer tents.
You Will Need
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- Hotel reservations
- Private accommodation reservations
- bed and breakfast
- or campsite reservations
- Sleeping bag
- Motorhome or camper