As Thomas points out, Oktoberfest is one of the most popular festivals in the world and is often on the list of “must things” to do for many travelers. The Munich location also makes traveling to Oktoberfest a popular choice. With the festival in full swing and so much to see in and around Munich, which could include day trips to Salzburg, Austria or the Neuschwanstein Castle, having a prepared travel package is essential.
The seven newly announced tour packages cover the full two weeks of the Oktoberfest festival, which runs from Saturday, September 20 through Sunday, October 5 in 2014. Travelers can choose between packages that give them up to four days at various points during the festival. These packages are very affordable and allow travelers to enjoy the festival either at the beginning, during the middle or at the end. The remaining packages are more comprehensive and offer travelers an experience that lasts a full week. Finally, Thomas has created a travel package that gets clients to Munich for the last weekend of Oktoberfest and then whisks them off to Amsterdam, Berlin and Prague.
Michael Thomas founded Spyglass Tours because he is a man with a passion for travel, especially trips to Europe where he can soak up the culture of the continent. Thomas is a firm believer that the best travel companies are built around a true interest in travel and that when clients book their travel packages they prefer to deal with someone who loves to travel, who is familiar with the travel destinations and who takes a keen interest in making sure the client has the best possible travel experience. He has built Spyglass Tours around these principles and each client can expect a friendly, personalized service that delivers the results they need to have a great vacation.
More information about the Oktoberfest travel packages can be found by visiting http://oktoberfestpackages.com/