Dear visitors, this page provides information about the Munich Oktoberfest 2014.
The next Oktoberfest takes place from September 19th to October 4th 2015. We will update the information on this page in Summer 2015.
How do I get to the Oktoberfest?
The public transport stops around the Oktoberfest
Since the stop Theresienwiese (U4, U5) is usually very crowded, we recommend the following stops:
With which ticket to the Oktoberfest?
For travellers with Deutsche Bahn
If you have a valid Bayern-Ticket or a Schönes-Wochenende-Ticket the public transport services within the MVV network are included.
Where can tickets be purchased?
There are three ways to purchase tickets:
at ticket machines
online or by mobile phone
You can also buy tickets at numerous ticket selling points within the MVV network.
If it’s getting a little late
U-Bahn (underground trains)
The U-Bahn (underground trains) runs until about 2 am at night from Fridays to Saturdays and Saturdays to Sundays, as well as before the public holiday (German National Day on 3 October).
S-Bahn (urban trains)
During the Oktoberfest, the S-Bahn runs more frequently at night every day of the week. The last train departs at around 1.30 am, on the weekends and before public holidays at around 2.30 am.
MVV regional buses
The MVV regional buses will also be driving extra shifts during the Oktoberfest. The schedule of several MVV regional bus lines in the greater Munich area will be extended until around 1 am.
Park & Ride
If you have to travel by car, we recommend using the numerous Park & Ride facilities located within the MVV network.
The consumption of alcohol is prohibited on S-Bahn (urban rail), U-Bahn (underground), Tram and Metrobus lines as well as in the regioal busses within the MVV network. Please mind that it is also prohibited to bring glass bottles to the Oktoberfest grounds.