The Schuhplattler is a traditional style of folk dance popular in the Alpine regions of Bavaria and Tyrol (southern Germany, Austria and the German speaking regions of northern Italy). In this dance, the performers stomp, clap and strike the soles of their shoes (Schuhe), thighs and knees with their hands held flat (platt).
October fest, Today, the Oktoberfest is the largest festival in the world, welcoming over 6 million visitors to Munich to enjoy everything that's great about Germany it is also a time to sit down and drink an adult bevarges and ride roller coasters. Also, Bach Fest is one of Germany’s best known music festivals, and an unmissable event for lovers of classical music. Dedicated to the works of composer Johann Sebastian Bach, the unique festival is held in Leipzig for two weeks during June
The dirndl is a ruffled apron dress worn by German women that consists of a bodice, or blouse, and a skirt. In the 19th century, the dirndl was the standard uniform of servant girls. for boys . Lederhosen, which means "leather trousers" in German, are the short, leather pants worn by men. These are usually knee-length and are the historically worn by working-class German men.