2013 edition of Septemberfest is coming to Carrara, Tuscany

Let’s spend last summer days in Tuscany, in the beautiful city of Carrara!

Once again, the lovely seaside resort Marina di Carrara is going to host the great event called Septemberfest, which every year gathers over 120,000 visitors from all around the world.

Such an event means good-quality beer, much fun and music and, most of all, the best Bavaria’s specialties waiting for you. It will be held in the famous venue of CarraraFiere, the exhibition centre that uses to host the Marble Week. This year, the event will take place from August, 23rd to September, 7th from 6 pm till midnight in its typical Bavaria atmosphere.

The Septemberfest was born in 1976 in order to celebrate the twinning between the cities of Ingolstadt and Carrara and has become the greatest and most important beer festival out of Germany.

This event is so successful thanks to the presence of high-quality Bavaria light and dark beer, live music and traditional shows and many delicious Bavaria’s specialties.

Here are some of the typical German specialties you can taste at Septemberfest 2013 in Marina di Carrara: beer, shin of pork, beef with a side dish, Vienna sausage with sauerkrauts, speck with black bread, cheese, cheese soup, potato salad, fries, Bavaria bread, krapfen, apple pancakes, Strudel and also Italian specialties like pizza, sgabei, focaccia and ice cream. So, believe me…you will be spoilt for choice!

The “May Tree”, which you can find in every village of Bavaria, is placed in the middle of the square of the exhibition centre. There are a lot of images hanging on the tree branches and showing the typical symbols of Ingolstadt and Carrara, which have been created by the artist and set designer Konrad Kulke.

Join in everybody! We wait for you in Marina di Carrara, on the beautiful Tuscan coast!

For further information about the Septemberfest please have a look at the official website of the event.

If you wish to learn more about Carrara, check out our online travel guide About Versilia, you’ll find many tips and information about the area!

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