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The only reason I rated this a 3 star is because we didn't get a chance to really experience this place like we wanted. We didn't know that they didn't do brewery tours every day. They only do them on certain days and we went...More
Extremely poor customer service. We checked the site for their opening hours it was noted that they do tours on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, next to these days nowhere is it stated that you need to pre book. The receptionist who had a really bad...More
Absolute unique location with good feeling just once stepped in. The most ancient brewery in the world welcomes you during Oktoberfest Fest time with outstanding beer available just in the concurrent weeks. Wonderful experience working around a middle knuckle of pork baked. Together with 2...More
Freising is lovely, the tour is very interesting and the beer is amazing. What more could you want from a day out from Munich?
Booked on this tour and planned it as a day trip from Munich. Very easy to travel from Munich, just hop...More
What always strikes me about Weihenstephan is the ambiance of the place. Apart from all the first-quality equipment that sits around the enormous brewery, I do feel as if I were traveling in time back to the pre-Middle Ages. Combining a Brewery visit with a...More
Weihenstephan is where you find what is recognised as the oldest brewery in the world in Freising. Presently this is the grounds of a brewery university and it can be a bit tricky to find the famous beerhall and beer garden. As such, best to...More
A lot of reasons to visit this biergarten. Apparently, it is the oldest "continously operated" biergarten in the world. Even so, it has a pretty modern touch, and the environment is quite upscale as far as biergartens go. For a night out with friends, or...More
The restaurant has three sections: inside eating, outside eating, and round the corner of the outside eating area (still in the garden) is a walk-up window if you want to get something quicker than using the sit-down and order service. The multiple options for vegetarians...More
Also, there is a lovely little beerhall called the Augustiner Braustuben which you pass on the way from Oktoberfest to get back to the train station to get back to Harrys... Just incase you want to check it out- very... More
Also, there is a lovely little beerhall called the Augustiner Braustuben which you pass on the way from Oktoberfest to get back to the train station to get back to Harrys... Just incase you want to check it out- very reasonable prices there :)