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A historical city with a multitude of exciting things to do! Stags that visit this fine Bavarian city come back with more adrenaline pumped and alcohol induced stories than any other city.
There’s so much going on in Munich that it’s pretty difficult to decide what activities to choose for your upcoming trip. If so, then it may be easier to take advantage of our top stag packages; we’ve got plenty to choose from, including the likes of our Munich Differentiated Package, where you and the rest of the guys will get to enjoy an exhilarating flying fox experience, discover some of the best bars in the city with an unbelievable bar crawl and a visit to a top gentlemen’s club – we’ll also throw in return transfers and 2 nights’ accommodation. There’s also our popular Munich Call of Booty Package which includes an adrenaline fuelled paintballing session and other activities in addition to transfers and accommodation.
Munich is one of the best stag weekend cities Europe has to offer. Why? Well, if one of the liveliest city centres of a weekend and some serious beerhall action doesn't take your fancy - not to mention that Munich is considered to be the spiritual home of beer, then frankly, we give up. Much of the nightlife is centred upon the old beerhalls that make Germany famous, but there's also the area known to locals as 'the banana' due to its shape, which is equally brilliant for after-dark fun. This 'banana' area stretches from Maximiliansplatz via Stachus to Sonnenstrasse and is perfect for lighting the stag party tinderbox.
Munich is one of the best stag weekend cities Europe has to offer. Why? Well, if one of the liveliest city centres of a weekend and some serious beerhall action doesn't take your fancy - not to mention that Munich is considered to be the spiritual home of beer, then frankly, we give up.
Much of the nightlife is centred upon the old beerhalls that make Germany famous, but there's also the area known to locals as 'the banana' due to its shape, which is equally brilliant for after-dark fun. This 'banana' area stretches from Maximiliansplatz via Stachus to Sonnenstrasse and is perfect for lighting the stag party tinderbox.
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Other than your own two feet, getting around in Munich is best and cheaply done by hopping on the suburban trains (S-Bahn), underground trains (U-Bahn) or streetcars (Tram). They all share one ticketing system called the MVV and you can even get group tickets if you all plan to stay as a group. The stations for each type of travel are marked with either a “U” or a white “S”. The Munich MVV website includes maps of the U-Bahn, S-Bahn, Tram and bus network. As well as pricing information and a timetable. An inner district ticket will costs you approximately €9.90 for a single and €16.90 for a group. Taxis are kind of expensive but can easily be recognised from their beige and yellow taxi signs. The basic fare is €3.30 with additional €1.70/km for up to 5 km. Extra charges are made if you make the taxi driver wait with luggage though, so make your lives easier and just book airport transfers with us!
If you plan your trip right you and the lads could end up going to Munich during one of its greatest festivals – Oktoberfest! For those who don’t know, it’s the biggest and best celebration of beer (pretty much) in the world, with 6.9 million people attending from all over the world in 2011. Beer tents are put up and beer gardens are erected so that approximately 7.5 million litres of beer can be consumed during the festival. Be aware though that flight prices and hotels prices might go up because of the festival (but trust us, it’s so, so worth it.)
Another little tip we have for you is a visit to the Labor Bar on Sonnenstraße 5. It’s a little bar, so it’s easy to miss but if you manage to find it there’s a laboratory of booze waiting for you. The bartenders are all in labs coats and shots are dispensed in test tubes (injected via a large syringe.) On Thursday they also have a beer pong tournament where you can win 50 euros. Happy Hour is Wednesday through to Sunday from 8 to 9 and from 10 to 11 pm.
Unsure of how to start your evening in Munich? Well why don't you and the rest of the guys begin by indulging in a bar crawl and discovering some of the best pubs and bars that Munich has to offer? You'll enjoy a taste of the Bavarian lifestyle and get to sample the unique and lively evening atmosphere, all whilst enjoying copious amount of drinks and creating some memorable moments. It's then worthwhile taking advantage of our excellent nightclub access package, where we'll send you off to one of Munich's top clubbing hotspots and you can continue with the drinking and party the night away Bavarian style. Some top choices of the nightclubs on offer include Club Rafael, Nachtgalerie and many more - there's no better way to end the evening!