Join millions of visitors at Munich's Oktoberfest celebration.

Photo By: Reuters

Photo By: Reuters

Photo By: Reuters

Photo By: Reuters

Millions of visitors take over Bavarian capital Munich for Oktoberfest each year from mid-September through early October.

Signs advertising an array of sausage and bratwurst tempt hungry Oktoberfest revelers.

It's not all about the beer at Oktoberfest, with live music and traditional dancing filling the schedule.

Talented waitresses carry dozens of beers to Oktoberfest attendees patiently waiting for the special brews.

Food specialties abound at Oktoberfest including pork knuckles, pretzels and sweet treats, too.

Oktoberfest has been celebrated in the picturesque city of Munich since 1810.

Drinkers fill up 14 beer tents to quaff unique Oktoberfest brews served in 1-liter steins.

Put down the stein and enjoy the carnival rides at the fun fair including an extra-large Ferris wheel and swings.

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