Gardaland Oktoberfest: the popular Bavarian festival at Italy’s number one amusement park
Gardaland Oktoberfest 2019: Bavarian dancing and singing, delicious dishes and beer from across the Alps with lots of adrenaline and fun thrown in!
From 14 September 2019 to 29 September 2019
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Gardaland Park at Garda Lake (Verona) - Skip the line ticketsTicket
Location: Castelnuovo Del Garda
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Imagine gigantic mugs of beer, spectacular beer barrels, lively singing and dancing from across the Alps with many dancers in traditional costumes ... you are not in Munich but in the magical world of ‘Gardaland Oktoberfest’!
Mark in your diary this special event dedicated to Bavarian folklore: from September 14 to 29, the best amusement park in Italy will give its guests the vital and fun atmosphere typical of the famous Bavarian festival, the renowned Oktoberfest. At Gardaland Oktoberfest 2019 you can enjoy the best food and wine of this special event such as traditional knodels, soft bretzel, delicious pork shanks, Nuremberg sausage and the classic pairing of hot dogs and sauerkraut or French fries! Everything will be washed down with excellent beer, including Pilsner Urquell, Grolsch Weizen and Gran Riserva Rossa and Doppio Malto.
Kicking off this extraordinary party will be Prezzemolo, Gardaland's mascot, who, dressed in a traditional Bavarian costume, will welcome his guests every day to lead them into the beating heart of the party, including dancing, yodel and lots of fun! With the accordions electrifying the party, there will also be jolly characters steering colorful horse-drawn carts from where frothing mugs of beer will be handed out, just like in the most deeply rooted regional traditions. In addition, on weekends a special kiosk will be available where cocktails and mixed drinks will be prepared with the best beers for a truly unforgettable Oktoberfest at Gardaland!
What’s more, beautiful parades with dancers, incredible shows and the funny songs of the Kapuziner Bier band will accompany you in the various amusement areas for a truly unmissable show!
The centre of the Oktoberfest fun at Gardaland will be Piazza Ramses, where you will find tables and benches ready to welcome you to enjoy in comfort the many typical dishes from across the Alps. You will drink excellent chilled beer and be entertained by traditional music whilst the spectacular decorations will plunge you into the festive spirit of Bavaria. To end your meal on a sweet note or to boost your energy in between all the events, we suggest you try the amazing ‘birramisù’, homemade and perfectly in tune with the spirit of Gardaland Oktoberfest as it is made with beer.
Oktoberfest at Gardaland is just around the corner! Ready to raise your mugs? Buy your online ticket to skip the long queues at the entrance and enjoy a fun-filled day at Gardaland and let yourself be captured by the joy of Europe's most famous festival, the Oktoberfest!
Oktoberfest Gardaland opening times 2019
Monday to Friday 10.00 - 17.00
Saturday 10.00 - 21.00
Sunday 10.00 - 18.00
Period: From 14 September 2019 to 29 September 2019
Event location: Gardaland Resort, Castelnuovo del Garda, Verona
Contacts: Further info: https://www.gardaland.it/en/memorable-experiences/special-openings/gardaland-oktoberfest/
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