Welcome to the epay Wiesn! 

You have received an invitation to this year’s epay Wiesn and here you will find all the information you need to visit the Oktoberfest. 

What is the best way to get to Theresienwiese? Where is the beer tent where epay invited you?  Which bag do you take with you? What stays at home? And where can you find taxis ? 

We answer these questions for you here and look forward to a great Wiesn visit with you! 

Our interactive map shows you the way to the tents, entrances, ATM, first aid tents and taxi stands:

From these three S-Bahn stations you can quickly get to Wiesn

No matter from which direction, you can reach the Oktoberfest quickly by public transport via three stops. From the main station it takes just one minute with the U4/U5 to Theresienwiese. From the centrally located Marienplatz you can reach Goetheplatz in three minutes by underground. From there it is only a few minutes on foot to Theresienwiese.

The Hackerbrücke is also served by all S-Bahn lines of the main line. The journey from Ostbahnhof takes ten minutes, from Hauptbahnhof even only two minutes. From the Hackerbrücke it is a ten minute walk to the Oktoberfest. Just follow the other visitors in Lederhosen & Dirndl.  

Where can I find a taxi? 

– North: Crossing Schwanthalerstraße/Theresienhöhe and Schwanthalerstraße between Martin-Greif-Straße and St.-Paul-Straße

– In the east: Kaiser-Ludwig-Platz between Beethovenstraße and Schubertstraße as well as Herzog-Heinrich-Straße between Kaiser-Ludwig-Platz and Mozartstraße

– In the south: Hans-Fischer-Straße between south access Theresienwiese and confluence Theresienhöhe (daily from 19 to 5 o’clock)

– Telephone number of the taxi office Munich: +49 – (0)89 – 21610

Safety notice

– Small bags are allowed if they have a maximum capacity of 3 liters and dimensions of 20x15x10 cm.

This stays at home:

– Bulky/hazardous objects (This includes grandfather’s old deer catcher (a traditional knife with a short blade)).

– Backpacks and bags with a capacity of more than 3 litres are not permitted at the Oktoberfest (luggage storage is available, for example, at the main railway station or at the entrances to the festival grounds).

– Glass bottles & gas spray cans are also prohibited.  (This can also include the deodorant or hairspray)

More exciting insights can be found in the two Oktoberfest Apps

With the official Oktoberfest App of the state capital Munich you always have the perfect companion for your Wiesn visit with you. The free app provides you with all news, information and dates as well as the most comprehensive site plan for the Oktoberfest, which lets you share your location with your friends.

Just follow this link

Just in time for the Oktoberfest, the traffic app is now also available in Bairisch! The way to the Festwiese is of course also included. And if you store your stop (= “Hoidestäi”) in the memory beforehand, you will be guided home safely true to the motto “Bring mi hoam!

Just follow this link

Fun facts about Oktoberfest

“Dirndlschleife” right bound:

The woman is married or is assigned.

“Dirndlschleife” left bound:

The lady is single.

“Dirndlschleife” tied in the middle:

Virgin or “None of your business!

“Dirndlschleife” tied in the back:

Widow, waitress or child.

Take the Oktoberfest home with you

Click on the hearts below and let the Oktoberfest sound begin!