Munich's Fruhlingfest (Springfest in English) is the sister event to the city's legendary beer festival held later in the year.
Known as Little Oktoberfest, the festival welcomes thousands of people to the Bavarian capital for more than two weeks of traditional larks, including copious amounts of with beer and food, funfairs, fireworks, music, and an all-round festive atmosphere.
And by taking place at the end of April/start of May, Springfest Frühlingsfest takes advantage of the warmer weather, laying on a more intimate festival that shirks none of the the excitement or character of its more famous sibling.
Theresienwiese is an open space located south west of Munich's city centre, famous as the home to the historic Oktoberfest held in the city each year.
BY PLANE: Munch Airport, one of Europe's biggest, is around 40 minutes from the city centre by train.
BY TRAIN: Munich Central station is well connected to the rest of Germany, and can also be reached directly from Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Hungary.
There are a number of accommodation packages to suit all budgets available within the Stoke Travel Campsite, just a short journey from the beer halls by public transport.
The campsite will include bars and food stalls, shower facilities, laundry room, cooking facilities, recreation room, small self-service shop and tourist information. The campsite will also feature its own parties!
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