Oktoberfest is the bigger and probably the most known beer festival in the world and a celebration to the love that Germans have for beer. Originally created as a wedding celebration for the king back in 1810 it is now annually celebrated in Munich for two full weeks and the beer consumption during Oktoberfest goes up to more than 7 million liters, can you even imagine it? During these days people come from all around the world to join the Germans to celebrate this moment.
Germany donations to the world are not just about beer and their car industry is something admirable! Audi, Volkswagen, BMW and Mercedes-Benz all have their origins in Germany and cars lovers will be amazed when visiting the car museums and specially the factories who organize guided tours to show how their cars are made.
Wagner, Beethoven, Bach, among others – Germany was home for some of the most known classical composers and their music is part of the country’s legacy. We can often hear their works being the soundtrack of the typical German Christmas markets that happen in the largest cities such as Cologne, Hamburg and Dresden. Christmas markets will fit perfectly in the main squares of these cities where you will find the typical German houses that make us thing of a fairy tale.