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Oktoberfest: Beginner's Guide (British version)

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Oktoberfest: Beginner's Guide (British version)

  1. 1. OKTOBERFEST BEGINNER’S GUIDE
  2. 2. ONCE UPON A TIME... In 1810, Crown Prince Ludwig married Princess Therese. To celebrate they invited all of Munich's citizens to a festival in front of the city gates, named the Theresienwiese – Therese's fields – in honour of the Princess. The event ended with a horse race that was met with such success, they decided to bring it back the following year; enter Oktoberfest.
  3. 3. STATISTICS 6.4 million attendees That is more than 4x Munich’s population! 7.7 million litres of beer consumed That is more than two Maß of beer for every person in Wales! 673,548 pieces of meat eaten Which is nearly 5 x the portions of strawberries served at Wimbledon. 1,368 tonnes of rubbish produced This weighs as much as 114 double decker buses! 71,000 capacity inside the 14 tents 3.5 x the number of seats in the O2 Arena. OKTOBERFEST
  4. 4. TRAVELlER:TIPS HOTEL HOSTEL AIRBNB CAMPING + mature + business travellers + families + young people + back packers + solo travellers + young professionals + couples + adventurers + campers BUDGET COMFORT TRAVELLER TYPE HOW TO GET THERE? The closest stops are Theresienwiese on the U4 or U5 lines and Goethe-platz on the U3 or U6 lines. Be careful if you're claustrophobic – they can be very crowded! The closest stop is Hacker-brücke, accessible by lines S1 through S8. It's about a 10 minute walk from there – it's a popular route, so just follow the sea of people. Take lines 16 or 17 to Hackerbrücke and follow all the people leaving the S-Bahn. Or take lines 18 or 19 to Holzapfelstraße or Hermann-Lingg-Straße. WHERE TO STAY? U-BaHN S-BAHN TRAM
  5. 5. USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Hello! Please! Thank You! Cheers! BAVARIAN DICTIONARY May I have a beer, please? The bill please! Where is the bathroom? I am really drunk! Servus! Biddscheen! Dankscheen! Oans Zwoa Drei, Gsuffa! A mass biddscheen! Zoin biddscheen! Wo isn as Glo? I bin ganz schee bsuffa. Proceed with caution.. I love you! Can I kiss you? I mog di! Mogst a busserl?
  6. 6. FOODIE GUIDE Food is very meat-based and heavy but there are a few more options. VEGETARIAN Käsespätzle: Great vegetarian option. German noodles in cheese and cream with crispy onions on top. SOMETHING SWEET Kaiserschmarrn: Pancake bits with raisins and pow-dered sugar! HALBEs HENDL BREZE Take it slow, each one is equivalent to two standard beers. Don't get 'hangry', make sure to order a side of chips, or ‘pommes’. They come separately! Just don't leave without trying the iconic duo – a beer and a pretzel! MAß
  7. 7. WOMEN’S FASHION blouses that cover your shoulders puff sleeves buttons made of cotton and linen TRACHTEN PUMPS subtle colours the apron and dirndl lengths have to be spe-cifically spaced: cm - Best option for chilly days and conservative dressers. - Caution all heels can be hazardous after a few Maß! TRADITIONAL anywhere below the knee to the middle of your shin - with a small heel to elongate the leg - simple design STYLE SUGGESTIONS
  8. 8. TRENDY WOMEN’S FASHION ruffled blouses bright colours silk or lace apron around the knee -Go glam with feminine colours and fabrics! -Try blouse variations with embroidery or lace detail. *Trend 2014: lace blouse zip or lacing elegant fabrics apron should be approx. 2-5 cm shorter here too BALLET FLATS - safety first - you will be dancing on benches - colour match your dirndl or go with classic black STYLE SUGGESTIONS
  9. 9. WOMEN’S FASHION - There's already a lot of cleavage, don't go overboard – wear a blouse! - Steer clear of cheap embellish-ments and excessive sparkle. no blouse neon colours nylon and other cheap fabrics apron too small really short To Avoid PLATFORM HEELS - uncomfortable to stand in for hours - especially dangerous when mixed with beer STYLE SUGGESTIONS
  10. 10. BOWS VIRGIN SINGLE TAKEN Still feeling shiny and new? Wear your bow front and centre. Didn't put a ring on it? Make Queen B proud and strut your stuff with your bow just above your left hip. There goes my baby! Declare your love with your bow just above your right hip; it's better than a tattoo of their initials... *You may notice some wearing the bow tied at the back, unfortunately that's the sign of having lost a partner.
  11. 11. BEAUTY MAKE-UP - Avoid heavy makeup, go with a natural look. - The tents are hot, so take some trans-lucent powder or blotting paper with you in case your face gets shiny. This is a GRETELZOPF HOW TO : - Part your hair in two and braid. - Place braids along your crown, so the end of the braids are on top of your head. - Hold in place with bobby pins and hairspray.
  12. 12. MEN’S FASHION *2014 trend: embroidered leather trousers - black or shades of brown with side laces - usually beige or grey - Wear scrunched down HAFERLSCHUHE SOCKS - The most common colours for the checked shirt are blue and white, green and white or red and white. checked shirt be sure to roll up the sleeves check out the convenient flap light or dark brown leather with or without the braces knee or mid-thigh lengths STYLE SUGGESTIONS
  13. 13. Read the full article here: www.stylight.co.uk/Love/Oktoberfest-Beginners-Guide/ Content and Design: STYLIGHT.CO.UK

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