Do you need help with Oktoberfest trip planning?
Have you found planning an Oktoberfest trip totally overwhelming? Hotels and transportation and reservations and beer tents and… wait, what’s a dirndl again?
Would you simply like an Oktoberfest expert to answer your long list of questions one-on-one? Have you been trying to plan your trip all by yourself but aren’t finding the answers you’re looking for?
Oktoberfest trip planning assistance
I’ve been right where you are. And that’s exactly why I offer my Oktoberfest trip planning expertise exclusively to you, personalized to your needs.
Stop wasting time on resources that don’t answer your particular questions or cater to your needs. Let me help you have an amazing Oktoberfest trip! And all for less than a round of festbiers.
Consider this your Oktoberfest Masterclass.
A little about me
If you’re new to My Wanderlusty Life, willkommen! But if you’re not, you’re more than familiar with the fact that I live, breathe, and shamelessly obsess over Oktoberfest—my favorite time of year.
I write extensively on Oktoberfest-related topics and I’m an officially recognized member of Oktoberfest press by the City of Munich.
Additionally, I am the Tour Manager and lead Tour Guide for Thirsty Swagman, an international tour company specializing in Oktoberfest and other beer-centric destinations.
What you’ll get
I’m offering up my Oktoberfest expertise in the form of 1-hour Oktoberfest trip planning sessions.
These private calls will take place via Skype or Zoom for a more personalized experience and will be dedicated exclusively to your questions and topics.
All bookings will include access to my members-only Oktoberfest trip planning Facebook group. You’ll be able to swap ideas with other planners and some who’ve already been. Plus, you’ll have direct access to me, my pro tips, and my behind-the-scenes Oktoberfest planning.
After our call you’ll also get exclusive access to my Oktoberfest trip planning checklist that contains everything you need to consider when planning a trip to Oktoberfest in Munich!
You’ll get access to both the online version and the printable PDF checklist.
Oktoberfest trip planning aspects I can help with
I have experience with just about every aspect of Oktoberfest trip planning. Here are some examples of topics we can discuss:
- Where to even begin planning your Oktoberfest trip
- Choosing hotels/accommodations
- How to get there and get around
- Planning out your days at Oktoberfest
- Choosing the best times to go and which beer tents to visit
- Visiting Oktoberfest if you don’t drink beer
- Shopping for outfits / What to wear / Do you have to wear that stuff? / What to do if you don’t like wearing dresses
- Oktoberfest health and safety
- My top Oktoberfest tips (and what not to do)
- What else to do while you’re in Munich
But really, what we discuss is entirely up to you! It can be those above or any combination of topics you need help with. Just looking to discuss your love for Bavarian pretzels? I’m here for that too!
Why do you need my expertise?
Planning a trip to Oktoberfest can be incredibly intimidating for first-timers. Over 6 million people from all over the world attend each year—all competing for hotel rooms, flights, reservations, ahh! That can become overwhelming faster than you can say gemütlichkeit.
The most common question I get asked is: “We’re planning to go to Oktoberfest next year but we don’t know where to start!” And, wow, do I feel that in my lager-loving bones. For this, and so many other aspects of planning an Oktoberfest trip, I can help break down and organize the Oktoberfest trip planning process.
Plus, every Oktoberfest trip is unique. You may not always find exactly what you’re looking for in a blog post. Book a call with me and you’ll get my expertise personally tailored to your individual queries.
There are a lot of aspects to navigate when planning an Oktoberfest vacation and you want to have the best, most fun experience possible. I can help you with that!
What makes me qualified to help you?
As an Oktoberfest tour guide (and enthusiast) I spend the whole two weeks of Oktoberfest each year at Oktoberfest. In the tents, on the Wiesn, beer in hand.
I’ve planned Oktoberfest trips as a total newbie (for a group of 6 all coming from different states no less). I’ve planned them for just myself and my husband. And I’ve helped hundreds upon hundreds of travelers on my tours—ranging in age from 18 to 80—have unforgettable Oktoberfest experiences.
I’ve stayed at hotels right next to Oktoberfest and I’ve stayed at hotels many towns away. I’ve also spent plenty of time exploring around Munich so I can even help you with your non-Oktoberfest sightseeing.
I write extensively on all Oktoberfest-related topics—from beer and food to history and attire and everything in between. I’ve done more research on topics like soft pretzels and the Münchner Kindl Oktoberfest mascot than you could possibly imagine. I’m also an officially recognized member of Oktoberfest press by the City of Munich.
How will you benefit from our call?
How much does it cost?
Each 1-hour Oktoberfest trip planning session costs $75 (USD). The Oktoberfest trip planning checklist and access to the Oktoberfest trip planning Facebook group are included for free!
Need more than one session? I offer 30-minute follow-up calls for just $45.
How to book
You can book on my Calendly page, using the teal button in the corner, or directly in my calendar below.
Payment is required at booking and you can pay with credit or debit card via PayPal.
I’m available for bookings Monday – Thursday from 9 AM – 9 PM and Fridays from 9 AM – 5 PM. (EST)
As always, if you have any questions at all, feel free to email me at [email protected]
I am not a travel agent and therefore cannot make any actual bookings for you. However, I can help you get the information you need to do so yourself.
I will answer your questions to the best of my ability based on my extensive knowledge of Oktoberfest. I’ll do my best to help you have an enjoyable trip, but I am in no way responsible for any unforeseen circumstances, injuries, losses, damages, delays, cancelations, etc. that may affect your trip.
Also, I will not tolerate any kind of inappropriateness and will end the call immediately if I feel threatened or harassed in any way. Let’s keep it friendly and professional, mmkay?