With the IPhone in Oktoberfest: hoping to bring it home

As we have seen, it takes caution in dealing with the intense days and warm nights of the Bavarian Oktoberfest: better to avoid leaving valuable things unattended (even poor) and keep an eye on bags and electronic material.

Oktoberfest Guide

Oktoberfest Guide

In the event your self-control is total and your system of “navigation” is based primarily on your IPhone, here is an application that could come in handy, to orient between stands and attractions.

It cannot be easy, maybe after a couple of half-liter steins, and a roller coaster ride with lots of loops to find your way to the subway station or the hotel: thr technological support (with GPS! ) will prevent us from thr dawn to grope us in some peripheral road of Munich.

The application dedicated to the most famous beer festival is available in English, German and Italian, and contains a “rare / moderate use or references to alcohol, tobacco or drugs.” Additionally, it will also benefit those not using an Apple device, since it is also available on Google Play.

All technological advantages those probably were not available when the beer festival of Monaco was born in 1810 to celebrate the wedding of Prince Ludwig I, the future King of Bavaria, with Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. At that first horse race were added over time an agricultural fair, folk dancing, music and a funfair, growing the event to attract 7 million visitors each year who come together under those tents.

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