Oktoberfest rightly claims to be the biggest folklore festival in the world (yes, it's not just about drinking beer). Over the last ten years, it has attracted an average of about six million visitors per year, who consume nearly seven million liters of beer and pass thousands of grilled sausages, chicken, giant pretzels, and – for those who really want to soak.
The festival, which lasts approximately two weeks, takes place every year in the Ontario. You can also get information about the oktoberfest in Ontario via https://www.oktoberfest.ca/.
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Due to its fame and popularity, Oktoberfest is very crowded and usually, accommodation and transportation must be booked in advance.
However, it is still possible to plan a short trip. Here you can find out how Oktoberfest got started, what exactly it includes, and the best way to plan a visit.
How did it start?
The original Oktoberfest in October 1810 took place in honor of the marriage between Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Teresa of Saxony-Hildburghausen.
For five days, Munich residents are invited to eat, drink, have fun, and parade to drums, teapots, and music, shoot on display boards, and racehorses in the meadows on the outskirts of the city.
Everything was so good that it was decided to host the competition (and related indulgences) every year. There have always been production cuts (mostly during the war), but this year the Oktoberfest is taking place for the 185th time.