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This package might (read: will) be the closest any of you get to travelling abroad for a Champions League fixture, so you might as well incorporate it into your stag do ideas. We’ll arrange an indoor football match for you, where, who knows? You might even get to take on a local side, just don’t let it go to penalties if your party is English. .
It won’t just be a spot of togger in the crosshairs for your German stag weekend; you’ll also be heading out on a pub crawl where you’ll be on a tour of the city’s best pubs before descending upon a top club. One of the hardest things to do when you’re abroad is find the best clubs, lucky we’ve already scoured the city for the best and we’ll get your priority entry. Then it’s back to the hotel right in the heart of the city to reflect on the perfect Berlin stag weekend.
Just a 'friendly' – whats that all about? Five-a-side football is a great stag weekend activity, where you can get competitive as the losing team is buying the drinks! It's always a good idea to squeeze a game of football into your stag do itinerary. It’s a great ice-breaker for groups where not everyone knows each other. Everyone can get involved, let off some steam and show their fancy footwork on the pitch. We’ll book you hire of an indoor football hall for an hour, with use of the ball and changing cabins, and a guide for the event. This is a great way to ensure a good game, whatever the weather or the time of year. Just remember to bring your own kit for this kickabout in Berlin.
If you don’t want the hassle of organising your return transfers, then let us do the hard work for you; that way, all you have to worry about is where you’re going to grab your first pint! Once you’ve made your way through passport control and collected your luggage, then head out to the arrivals hall where you will meet your guide. They will make themselves known by holding a sign with the group leader’s name on. We recommend a private transfers, as it's the easiest and cheapest way of getting door-to-door service from the airport to your accommodation. On your return to the airport, please make sure you’re waiting outside the hotel for your transportation on time, as the driver will not be able to wait any longer than 10 minutes.
Lads, If you don’t want to spend your stag weekend in Berlin getting lost in various streets and traipsing around the city trying to find some decent watering holes, then why don’t you take advantage of our Berlin night bar crawl and lapdancing club option? You’ll be equipped with a guide who will take you to some of the best boozy hotspots in this vibrant and buzzing German city – everyone in the group will receive a complimentary shot at the first bar. All you’ll have to worry about here is what drinks you’re going to make the stag down! Once you and the boys have finished up the drinks on your bar crawl, we’re sending you off to one of the city’s finest gentlemen’s clubs, where you’ll see plenty of sexy ladies – you could even treat the stag to a sexy private dance if you’re feeling generous!
Please note that no flights are included in any of our packages or itineraries, this is something your group will need to arrange directly. If you book an overseas package with us, that requires flights and has airport transfers on the itinerary, you can enter your flight details at a later date in our online Party Hub, so we can arrange your transfers.
One of the biggest reasons that gents like yourselves come to The Stag Company is that they want a bit of help throwing their stag the best and most memorable weekend that’s possible. Yes, you could organise it yourself, but when you’re looking at hotels and activities for over 12 guys it can be tricky finding availability and knowing which places will and won’t take a stag group. That’s where we come in. With over a decade of experience, and having organised thousands of stag do’s, you can count on our knowledge and expertise to give you exactly what you and your group want.
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