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Top Events in Germany

Events: Oktoberfest in Germany & More

A huge range of different events takes place in Germany all year round. There's Oktoberfest in Germany, for instance, a two-week festival and the world's largest fair that happens in late September and early October. Besides the Oktoberfest festival, the calendar in Germany ranges from high-quality concerts, art exhibitions, and theater performances to major international sporting occasions, wine festivals, and atmospheric Christmas markets. Whether you're in Germany with family or friends, on vacation or just stopping by to take a look around, there's literally something for everyone.

Use the event calendar below to find your favorite event, or let us inspire you with our selected highlights, Germany's Top Events!

FIS Continental Cup – Women's Ski Jumping
14-Jan-2011 - 16-Jan-2011 - Braunlage (Lower-Saxony) sporting events

Ski parties at the large car park in Braunlage on 14 and 15 January as part of the women's ski jumping event. The Women's FIS Continental Cup ski jumping competition comes to the Wurmbergschanze ski jump on 15 and 16 January. While the Men's FIS Continental Cup, which has been held at Wurmberg on ten previous occasions, is not the highest level event for men, the FIS COC-L (Women's FIS Continental Cup) features the best female ski jumpers in the world. Next year, starting in winter 2011/12, this will be listed as an FIS World Cup event.

38700 Braunlage

Tel.: +49(0)5520 93070

Tel.: +49(0)5520 93070

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