Bavarian cuisine: The 8 best Oktoberfest recipes for cooking at home

Whether savory food, sweet dessert or little treats to go – the Wiesn is a true gourmet’s paradise. Unfortunately, this year the popular Oktoberfest won’t take place. Nevertheless, you don’t have to miss out on the delicacies from the Munich Wiesn. Be inspired by our 8 recipes and bring the dishes to your home. The Bavarian cuisine offers an extensive range of delights, especially for meat fans, but vegetarians and dessert lovers will also find plenty recipes to enjoy. We wish “an Guadn” (Bavarian expression for “bon appétit”)! 🥨 🥘. 🍖

Barrier-free Wiesn: The folk festival for everyone


The City of Munich, as the organizer of the Oktoberfest, is very concerned that everyone, young and old, with and without a handicap, feels welcome at the Wiesn and that visitors with wheelchairs (or health restrictions) also have a blast at the Munich Oktoberfest. In cooperation with the Advisory Council for the Disabled of the City of Munich, a number of actions have been taken to ensure that these measures are up to date and put through. Learn more about this topic in the text below.

German Drinking Song “Ein Prosit”

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Germany is a country with lots of traditions – especially when it comes to drinking beer. One important basic skill of all bavarian beer drinkers is to tune in into a song called “Ein Prosit”. Traditional German bands entertain the crowd in most of the oktoberfest beer tents and create a cozy and sociable atmosphere. Learn the lyrics now!