Held along the historic Karl Marx Allee in the first week of August, the Berlin Beer festival is a great way to quench your thirst and take a quick jaunt away during the hot summer. Boasting over 2000 different beers and 300 brewers from 86 countries, the festival attracts 1 million visitors per year and features the world’s longest beer garden. This beer weekend is rightly considered one of the world’s premier beer festivals.
Alongside the 2kms long beer garden, there will be 18 stages showcasing live music and the area is split into 20 regions, all serving wonderful gourmet food; rest assured you won’t be drinking on an empty stomach.
Entry - free
Opening Hours -Friday: 12pm – Midnight, Saturday: 10:00 – midnight and Sunday: 11:00 – 22:00
Friday 7th Aug 2015
Depart: Preferred Airport (prices available on request)
Accommodation: 3 nights B&B in the 3* Ibis Berlin Mitte
Monday 10th Aug 2015
Depart: Berlin Airport
- Full payment at the time of Booking
- Credit cards will attract a surcharge of 2.50%
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