Oktoberfest is the biggest and best traditional beer festival in Europe. You’ll spend your time downing steins of beer, singing on table tops and befriending old German men! Stetoberfest is our legendary Ste campsite and the biggest party outside of the beer halls.
Did you know that there is such a thing as cenosillicaphobia? The fear of an empty beer glass. Millions of men and women suffer from this heartbreaking
condition on a night out with friends.
No beer drinker can travel around the world without sampling the local
produce so lets test your knowledge and tell us which countries these beers are
Beer is probably the smallest, most common denominator of the backpacking community. Travelers get to know each other over a pint, decide to make a trip together in the course of a few sips and cling their bottles to say goodbye after a life-changing journey.
If travel is an experience for all the senses, then trying out a country’s cuisine can also achieve the same thing. From seeing and touching the fresh ingredients of a meal, listening to the sizzle of an ingredient as it is being coed, smelling a dish’s aroma as it is being prepared, and finally savoring its taste – a food tour can provide a gastronomic ight to all the senses.
Almost seven million people, in seventeen days, will drink seven million liters of beer. We are talking about the worlds’ largest festival – fun fair, volksfest, piss-up, whatever you would like to call it – held annually in Munich, Germany… and what’s it called? (everybody now) Oktoberfest!