Oktoberfest Triple Glamping
Map & directions
Take the Stoke bus from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Italy and Prague. Or meet us there! Check out Omio for the best rates on buses, trains, and flights around Europe. Once you get to Munich, it is super easy to catch public transport to the campsite.
Directions from the Munich Airport
If you arrive at the airport you can take the S1 train or S8 train. If you take the S1 train, get off at Laim train station to switch to the S2 towards Petershausen. If you take the S8 train, you can change at any station between Ostbahnhof and Laim to the S2 towards Petershausen. Once on the S2, jump off at station Untermenzing. Right outside the station hop on the 164 bus for three stops to Campingplatz Obermenzing.
Directions from Munich city centre
Once you’re at the Hauptbahnhof, or any Munich metro station, take the underground S1 to Laim metro station, then take the S2 towards Peterhausen and jump off at Untermenzing. Right outside the station hop on the 164 bus for three stops to Campingplatz Obermenzing. Just ask the driver or have a look on the bus route map. Jump off the bus and you’re at our doorstep. Too easy!
Directions to the beer halls
To get to the beer halls you can catch either the 164 bus to Untermenzing or the 159 bus to Pasing. From there you jump on the SBahn train to Hackerbrücke, there just follow the sea of the dirndls and lederhosen to the beer halls.
- Large solo glamping tent that you can stand up in, for stretching, dressing & other activities
- Bed with inflatable mattresses with fitted bed sheets, pillows & sleeping bags
- Breakfast (email firstname.lastname@example.org for any dietary requirements)
- Power & lighting
- Bedside table, mirror & bin
- Local newspaper & free WIFI (on request)
- Turndown service (on request)
- Festival survival kit
- Welcome drink, for feeling welcome
- Stoke friends at your service
- Festival survival kit
- Unlimited coffee, tea & hot chocolate day station
- Lamazuna is providing you a reusable toothbrush, a solid toothpaste and a solid shampoo for glamping customers only
- Unlimited booze – Open bar of beer, sangria, wine, soft drink, tea and coffee €10 a day
- Traditional Oktoberfest outfits – You’ll really stick out like a sore thumb if you’re not decked out in one of these, plus it’s always fun to dress up in your traditional German outfits and take pics for the gram to make all your friends back home jealous… Dirndl set €70, Lederhosen set €90 onsite – 20% OFF IF YOU PRE-PURCHASE
- Hot showers – It can get a little chilly in Munich around this time of year and what better way to warm your bones (and wash away your sins) than with a hot shower. In order to do this though, you need to purchase shower tokens, so have your coins at the ready €1 per token, or if you’re feeling brave cold showers are free! (1 token will give you 6 minutes of bliss)
- Oktoberfest 7s tickets – Rugby 7’s is one of two rugby variants played all over the world. It’s named after the number of players, 7 per team, and is a damn good time to watch. If you wanna experience some live sports with a crazy atmosphere in between beer hall sessions, then get on board – €29, available September 21 & 22
- Munich bike tour – Feel like hopping on a bike and riding around picturesque Munich for a few hours, getting in some exercise and seeing the sights? We’ve got a treat for you. The boozy bike tour through Munich will take you to all the main attractions, is a pretty flat ride right through, and you get to stop for lunch and beers (not included in price), what’s not to love?! €25
- Oktoberfest table bookings – Don’t want to push your way through to crowd and eye off tables? Reserve yourself your very own spot at a table in one of the infamous beer halls. Not only will you get a guaranteed table spot, the price also includes food and beer tokens – email email@example.com for information on prices and table availability
- When you arrive follow the signs to the Stoke Travel check in desk.
- There isn’t an ATM at the campsite, so grab your cash before you arrive.
- Phone charging is available at our guru tent for €1. This is cash only. Our charging stations are often at capacity. We’d recommend bringing a portable charger to ensure your phone stays charged, so you can get all those snaps!
- Tents are allocated on arrival. If you want to be in the same tent as your friend please check in together.
- We can cater for dietary requirements, please email us to let us know.
- WiFi (€2 for 10hrs)
STOKE TRAVEL’S COMMON SENSE GUIDE TO STAYING SAFE AT THE CAMPSITE
*If at any time you feel unsafe, please don’t hesitate to contact the onsite Noble Security team, or any member of the Stoke Travel crew who will radio for security.
As far as situations go, a Stoke Travel trip is amongst the safest. Unlike in the ‘real’ world, everybody here is intent on having a good time with new and old friends – your fellow Stokies are way more likely to hold your hair back while you puke than steal your wallet.
That being so, we’re more in danger of hurting ourselves while on a Stoke Travel trip than falling foul of our fellow travellers. Here’s a quick little guide to partying safe with Stoke Travel.
- Drink plenty of water.
You’re going to drink heaps of beer and sangria, and you’re going to have a plenty big hangover, but you can really limit it by smashing a few cups of water throughout the day and evening.
- Remember to eat!
We’re going to hook you up with a hearty breakfast, depending on your trip, and as the bare minimum that should keep your stomach lined and engine running. Do not skip these meals, even if you are suffering horrifically from one of the aforementioned hangovers. We also strongly advise getting a lunch in there too, maybe even every day.
- Zip your tent up when you’re in it and when you leave it.
Seems basic, but you’d be surprised how often drunk us forgets to do this. When you get in your tent at night make sure you zip it up to prevent unexpected rain showers from disturbing your slumber. Same goes for when you leave your tent. It’ll take two seconds to zip it up, but that’ll save you from wet clothes, chafe, and maybe even pneumonia. If you also brought your favourite pair of socks and want to make sure they’re safe, you can purchase a lock from the guru tent for only €5.
- Don’t be a creep.
Like, seriously, has that ever worked out for you? Similarly, if you see somebody being a creep and making people uncomfortable let us know and we’ll have a friendly word to them. Sometimes they just don’t realise how gross they are.
- No means no, consent matters.
At a very basic level if you hit on somebody and they say no then you’ve just got to cop that. They’re just not that into you. It sucks for about three seconds, but you’re literally surrounded by hundreds of young, like-minded travellers. Suck it up and move on. When you do find somebody who’s into you and you want to move through the bases, make sure you get consent. It really, really, really, really, really does matter.
- If you see somebody having a bad time, make sure they’re ok.
We are all brothers and sisters and gender non-specific relations out here. If you see somebody struggling in any way, check on them, grab a Stoke staff member and just do what any decent human being would do.
Staying safe at Stoke Travel is super easy, but sometimes we get a little out of control and forget the basics. If you ever find yourself in any kind of situation do not hesitate to contact Stoke staff, or security, and we’ll sort you out immediately. We’re here to help – help you have the best time possible. Mwah.
What to Bring
ALTHOUGH THESE ARE ALL THINGS YOU SHOULD BE BRINGING ON A STOKE TRIP, IT MAY VARY DEPENDING ON THE TRIP YOU HAVE BOOKED – PLEASE SEE THE ‘DON’T FORGET’ AND ‘INCLUSIONS’ SECTION OF YOUR TRIP TO SEE EXACTLY WHAT TO BRING
- Cash. You may not be able to get cash out until you’re in the city centre, so better to come prepared than be left in the lurch
- We need your passport details! Either send them through to us with your booking number to firstname.lastname@example.org, or bring your passport with you to camp so we can check you in
- When you arrive follow the signs to the Stoke Travel check in desk
- Phone charging is available at our guru tent for €1. This is cash only. Our charging stations are often at capacity. We’d recommend bringing a portable charger to ensure your phone stays charged, so you can get all those snaps
- We can cater for dietary requirements, please email us at email@example.com to let us know if you have any
- Your best party shirt – If you don’t have one, don’t worry! Check out our Stoke Threads store for some absolute doozys!
- Warm clothes (it can get a quite chilly at night, and sometimes even during the day)
- A towel (we don’t sell or rent them on site)
- A pillow if your backpack won’t do
- Condoms (better safe than sorry, right?)
A DAY AT STOKETOBERFEST
This is a rough itinerary with everything in the Meet Us There Glamping package. The beauty of staying with Stoke Travel is that you can do whatever you like, whenever you like, your way.
8-10am – Breakfast
Chef prepared breakfast to get you all fuelled up for a day of drinking and mayhem in the beer halls
10am onwards – Head to the beer halls
Make your way to the Oktoberfest beer halls for a day full of antics. Ask the Stoke guides for directions, and meet us at the Augustiner-Festhalle tent! We’ll spend the day drinking, prost-ing eating and singing before some of us head back to camp to make the most of the unlimited beer and sangria. Those of us who are still keen and feeling festive can stay and make their way back to the campsite later.
8pm onwards – Party time at the campsite
Massive Stoketoberfest campsite party begins; the beer and sangria will be flowing and the music will start pumping. Expect live bands, DJs and carnivalesque activities. This is a huge drawcard for staying with us, we’re the biggest, best and most fun campsite on the grounds. We don’t mean to brag but some people have had so much fun at Stoketoberfest they don’t even make it into the beer halls…
If you’ve stayed at the beer halls you can head out and explore, go on some carnival rides and see what Oktoberfest after dark is all about. If you’ve come back to camp you can head back into the beer halls for round 2 and some carnival rides if it takes your fancy.
11pm – Party winds down and we rest up for tomorrow
The beer halls have closed for the night, and because we’ve been drinking since 8am, it’s time to resort to our tents for some much needed rest before we get up and do it all again tomorrow!