Oktoberfest in San Antonio Begins Saturday, October 1!

San Antonio’s Oktoberfest will be held at the Beethoven Halle and Garten starting this Saturday, October 1 though 9. Make sure to visit, and enjoy authentic German foods, beers, music and hospitality. Whether a full-blooded German or merely looking for a good time, Oktoberfest will satisfy. From tasty German foods to incredible brews, be ready for a variety of flavors that you’ll cherish for a lifetime. Bring the whole family for a day filled with entertainment and culture. And while you’re at it, stay a few night in the city at one of our remarkable hotel options and check out more of what San Antonio has to offer.

Just thirty minutes from downtown San Antonio, the amazing world of Natural Bridge Caverns awaits you! Natural Bridge Caverns is the largest cavern in the state of Texas, and offers a range of tour options that will take you through the various rooms of the cavern. The cavern features a variety of interesting geological formations such as stalactites, stalagmites, flow stones, chandeliers and soda straws. Take some time to explore the underground world of Texas’ largest cavern with a visit to Natural Bridge Caverns!

You will have a great time touring the beautiful Texas Hill Country in style with a San Antonio Hill Country Tour. This tour will take you on a comfortable air conditioned bus through the rolling hills and ruggedly beautiful landscape to the many historic and cultural sites in the Hill Country. This is a fun event for the whole family. On this tour, half the fun is getting there! Your tour bus will take you through the scenic back roads of the Texas Hill Country to the German community of Fredericksburg. In Fredericksburg, you will enjoy time to shop in the many boutiques and dine in the restaurants lining picturesque Main Street. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Historic Center, Admiral Nimitz Museum, the History Walk of the Pacific War, and the Japanese Garden of Peace.

Although San Antonio may be most famous for its proximity to Mexico and its Mexican heritage, it also has a sizable German community. On the San Antonio Wine Tour, you’ll have an opportunity to learn about this segment of San Antonio while sampling some of the area’s fine wines. This day tour starts with a trip to the German heritage town, Fredericksburg, where patrons can shop, explore the town, or enjoy lunch on their own. Afterwards, the tour will continue to various wineries in the area, where patrons will learn about the wine making process.

6 thoughts on “Oktoberfest in San Antonio Begins Saturday, October 1!

  1. German cuisine is really fantastic, the sausages, the pretzels, it’s all very rustic and delicious. And it all goes well with a nice craft brew.

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