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Popular Cities in Germany for a stag do


Berlin is an incredible city that is brimming with excellent nightlife options, incredible stag activities and plenty of cultural attractions. Here’s a little information on the vibrant capital city of Germany and a few tips on how you can spend your stag do in Berlin…

What can you do in Berlin?

If you have a little spare time and you’re stuck for ideas on how to spend your stag weekend in Berlin, then here are 8 things to see and do…

  1. Museum Island
  2. Visit a microbrewery
  3.  Kurfürstendamm
  4. Berlin Cathedral
  5. Madame Tussauds Berlin
  6. Schaubühne
  7. Checkpoint Charlie
  8. Mauerpark Berlin


Munich is the capital of the Bavaria district which is located in south-eastern Germany. It’s a lively city with a rich history and is widely recognised for the hugely popular festival, Oktoberfest. Here’s a little information on the city and a few tips on how to spend your time in Munich… 

What can you do in Munich?

If you’ve got some spare time between thrilling stag activities and excellent nightlife and you need a little inspiration on how to spend your time in Munich, then we’ve got you covered. Here are 8 suggestions on things to see and do on your stag weekend in Munich…

  1. Munich Residenz
  2. Marienplatz
  3. Maximilianstrasse
  4. Asam Church
  5. Bavarian State Opera
  6. English Garden
  7. Allianz Arena
  8. Visit a Munich microbrewery


If you’re looking for a location that offers fantastic stag do activities, epic nightlife and plenty of cultural attractions, then Hamburg could be the perfect destination for you. Here’s a little information on the energetic city and a few tips on how to spend your time in Hamburg…

What can you do in Hamburg?

If you need a little respite from the partying and epic activities, or you just need a few extra ideas on how to spend your stag weekend in Hamburg, then we’ve got you covered. Here are 8 things to see and do on your Hamburg stag do… 

  • The Port of Hamburg
  • Miniatur Wunderland
  • Townhall
  • Reeperbahn
  • Alster Lakes
  • Chilehaus
  • Hamburger Kunsthalle
  •  Mönckebergstraße


Dusseldorf is a lively city located in western Germany which is brimming with art, style and culture. You’ll be truly spoilt for choice with the huge range of stag do activities, buzzing nightlife and cultural attractions to visit. Here’s some information and tips on how to spend your stag weekend in Dusseldorf…

What can you do in Düsseldorf?

  1. Königsallee
  2. Altstadt
  3. Rheinuferpromenade
  4. Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
  5. Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth
  6. Visit a microbrewery
  7. Head to a farmers market
  8. Düsseldorf-Kaiserswerth

Why is Germany good for a Stag Do?

Germany is a beautiful country with a fantastic mixture of culture, entertainment and vibrant nightlife which makes it the perfect destination for an unforgettable stag weekend. Here’s a summary on what makes Germany such a great location for your stag do!

What's the culture like in Germany?

Germany is a country with a rich history and plenty of interesting cultural attractions for you to visit. So, if your stag weekend is jampacked with thrilling activities or nonstop partying and you need a little respite, then we’d suggest doing a spot of sightseeing and absorbing some of the culture that Germany has to offer. If you’re interested in history, visit the Berlin Wall Memorial or the Brandenburg Gate in Germany’s capital city, Berlin. Admire the incredible architecture that Hamburg has to offer, including the Town Hall and the Elbphilharmonie. Spend time in the great outdoors at the English Garden in Munich or visit the main square, Marienplatz. Head to Königsallee in Dusseldorf and mooch around the shops. We’ve written some information which should help if you’re interested in finding out a little more about the nightlife, food and festivals and useful German phrases.

What's the nightlife like in Germany?

If excellent nightlife is a vital part of your stag weekend plans, then Germany is a great choice of location. Enjoy Hamburg’s incredible nightlife as you party into the early hours. Or, embrace the Bavarian lifestyle in Munich as you make the most of the incredible bars, pubs and clubs that the city has to offer. From chic cocktail bars to buzzing pubs in derelict ruins, head to Berlin for a huge range of vibrant nightlife options. Spend your weekend getting acquainted with Dusseldorf’s fantastic nightlife options and create a stag weekend the group will never forget. You’ll find that there’s a city in Germany to suit every type of stag group!

How much is a pint of beer in Germany?

If you’re a beer-lover, then you’ll know that beer is such a huge part of German culture. Large crowds gather in beerhalls with stein glasses brimming with the glorious, golden liquid, beer festivals are a pretty big (and fun) deal in Germany. 
Depending on what part of Germany you visit, a pint of beer can cost as little as £2.12!

What’s the food like in Germany?

If you’re a fan of rich and flavoursome food, then you’ll be spoilt for choice with delicious options in Germany. If you’ve got a long day of exciting stag activities ahead of you, make sure you fill yourselves up with a tasty German breakfast. If you’re a bunch of meat-lovers, then you’ll have to try a bratwurst (German sausage) or Sauerbraten. Sauerbraten, meat (usually beef) which is heavily marinated and roasted until tender, is recognised as the national dish of Germany.

What’s the weather like in Germany?

You’ll find that the climate in Germany is warm in the summer and mild and cloudy in the winter. January is considered the coldest month and the hottest months are July and August.  You can expect highs of 25 degrees in summer months which makes it a great time of year to head to Germany on your stag weekend. 


When are the festivals on in Germany that are suitable for a stag do?

Who doesn’t love a festival, right? So, if you and the lads are a bunch of festivalgoers, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are plenty of incredible festivals on in Germany. We’ve put together a list of festivals in Germany that you might like to attend on your stag weekend in 2020…

  • Transmediale (24th January – 2nd February)
  • Snowbeat Festival 2020 (1st February)
  • Finest Spirits (7th – 9th February)
  • Wine Fair Munich (7th – 8th March)
  • Munich Strong Beer Festival (13th March – 5th April)
  • Springfest 2020 (24th April)
  • Hamburg Harbour Festival 2020 (8th – 10th May)
  • Tollwood Summer Festival (24th June – 19th July)
  • Berlin Short Film Festival (1st – 4th July)
  • Bavarian Summer Festivals (8th – 16th August)
  • Oktoberfest (19th September – 4th October)
  • German Christmas Markets (November – December)


Useful Phrases

  • Yes = Ja
  • Please = Bitte
  • Thank you = Danke
  • Good Morning = Guten Morgen
  • Good Afternoon = Guten Tag
  • Good Evening = Guten Abend
  • Hello = Hallo 
  • How are you = Wie geht es Ihnen
  • Fine thanks and you = Gut danke und dir
  • I understand = Ich verstehe
  • I do not understand = Ich verstehe nicht
  • Do you speak English? = Sprichst du Englisch
  • I do not speak German = ich spreche kein deutsch
  • Nice to meet you = Freut mich, dich kennenzulernen
  • Pay please = bezahle bitte
  • Where is the bathroom? = Wo ist die Toilette

Stitch up Phrase

Can I have a pint of cat sick please = Kann ich bitte ein halbes Liter Katze krank haben?

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