​Heading to Munich for Oktoberfest? Don’t Forget Your Wallet! by Donna John

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a year ago
​Heading to Munich for Oktoberfest? Don’t Forget Your Wallet!

Beginning in September, Oktoberfest will see around seven million visitors from far and wide flocking to die Wiesn in Munich. Known for its fun and frivolity, those who visit may also find some high associated costs. With a beer costing around $11.70 and increased accommodation and flight prices, ABCD Agency and Kiwi.com decided to produce an infographic showing just how much travel and tourism income the city of Munich looks to make during this period. Check it out here!

Here are some highlights of their findings:

  • hotel prices increased by 85 percent
  • flights increased by 220 percent
  • calculations showed a city income of over $1.5 billion

Higher costs, however, will not deter the four million Oktoberfest lovers who fly in annually to celebrate with three million locals, often for days at a time. 

Dieter Schmitz
Not even unrelenting rain and heightened security can dampen the fun that Elisa All 30SecondMom and I are having with lots of clients and friends at Oktoberfest!
Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
Ja, Dieter Schmitz and Donna John, Oktoberfest is well worth the prices and even enduring the rain! Can't wait for you to join us here next year, chica!! 😀

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