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Stag Weekends in Munich

Home to Oktoberfest, bierhalles, steins, FC Bayern Munich and some extremely good looking frauleins in dirndls - Munich is used to the party mood. In fact, if there's one city in the world where Britain's drinking culture can be matched, it's Munich. Prost!
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Stag Weekends in Munich

Land of beer, football and frauleins - we can't think of many locations that can match Munich for a stag do... where beer is on the menu all day; from beer bikes and brewery tours in the day to beer garden crawls and the infamous Oktoberfest in the evenings. Of course, there's also all the stag do staples like paintball, karting and clay pigeon shooting too. For further information or for help putting together top German Stag Weekend Packages contact our Stag Party Team on 020 8236 0111 or use one of the enquiry buttons above.

Population: 1,378,167
Language: German
Average Summer Temperature: 25C
Average Winter Temperature: -5C
Average Cost of a Pint: £2.45
Airport(s):  Munich International Airport
Currency: Euro

Interesting facts about Munich

  • Most of Munich's famous Oktoberfest is actually held in September
  • There are 6 major breweries in Munich; Augustiner Brau, Hoftbrau Lowenbrau, Hacker-Pschorr brau, Spaten-Franziskaner Brau, and Paulaner Braueriei
  • The weisshurste, a white sausage, is a Munich speciality, served with sweet mustard and freshly baked pretzels
  • There are over 60 beer gardens in Munich
  • 80% of the old town centre was destroyed during air raids in the 2nd world war, and has now been restored

The Big Bavarian Stag Weekend in Munich

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Munich The Basics

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Climate in Munich

When it comes to Munich's climate, there's a lot of room for leeway! The weather varies from month to month. In summer, you and the lads could be in shorts, enjoying temperatures of almost 30C. However, come January those shorts will have changed to thermal pants, as temperatures hit an average of -5C! Due to Munich's location in Central Europe, and it's proximity to the Alps, the weather can change dramatically in the space of a few hours. In fact, Munich's weather changes more than any other city in Europe, so make sure you check the weather forecast before you head to the airport!

Getting around Munich

Although we supply all our stags with transport to activities, sometimes you’ll want a little time to explore yourself. Much like Berlin and Hamburg, getting around Munich is brilliantly efficient and so easy to do. No matter where you're trying to get, there's a number of options open to you. With an underground (U-Bahn) and overground (S-Bahn), as well as trams and buses, you'll be able to hit some of Munich's top sites with ease. The S-Bahn suburban lines go through the city centre and the Central and East Stations with top tourist sites, such as Marienplatz and Karlsplatz. The trains, buses and trams only require one ticket, available from blue boxes at stations and stops, or at many local kiosks. However, these tickets need to be stamped at the station before boarding, or else you'll be facing a fine! Tickets aren't expensive though, a one day ticket for the inner city will cost around €6.

Nightlife in Munich

We'll start this off by saying Munich is home to more than 6000 places to grab a pint. The real nightlife kicks off Thursday through Saturday and there are plenty of districts to choose from to suit whatever night out you fancy. Head to Haidhausen for more pubs than you could ever hope to hit on a crawl. Schwabing is excellent for day drinking as they start serving just after breakfast (fruhschoppen is what the locals call it). Glockenbach is the alternative scene in Munich and has some seriously quirky haunts scattered around. For the truly authentic industrial German clubbing scene, you'll want Kultfabrik or Optimolwekre, both a complex of clubs, bars and restaurants which are a clubgoers dream.

Eating in Munich

There are far too many amazing restaurants in Munich to mention! From cheap and cheerful, to budget breakers, Munich has them all. Due to its Bavarian heritage, bratwursts and pretzels are pretty easy to come by (and great after a few too many). However, if you want to go a bit native, Munich has some traditional dishes that'll make any stag's taste buds happy. Classics like apple strudel are going to be on a lot of menus, however we advise to try the schweinsbraten, an epic, and proper German dinner!

Getting to Munich

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Things to see in Munich

Oktoberfest: Of course we had to talk about Oktoberfest somewhere. The world's largest fun fair and we also reckon probably the most highly concentrated area for drunk people during the two week festival. Over 6 million people hit it up every year and it is pure, unadulterated chaos and fun in equal measures. Steins and lederhosen are obligatory.
Allianz Arena: Most of us when we talk about Munich think about the legendary club that calls it home - Bayern Munich. We can sort you out with tours of the stadium or club museum for those football fanatics amongst you.
Beer halls: Germany is all about it's beerhalls, or Bierhalle, and Munich is home to some of the best. Hoftbrauhaus is one of the largest in the country, and very popular with tourists, while Augustinekeller is regarded by locals as the best in Munich. Both serve steins. We don't know how to choose between them either.


4.875 Star Rating
Munich Customer Rating from 4 Reviews

5 Star Rating
25 August
Brilliant....everything we thought, no hoped it would be! Hotel was ideal and Allianz tour was inspiring! Bars and beers are incredible - top marks to Joe at Maximise for organising and for the Maximise rep in location who was brilliant.

5 Star Rating
10 June
Couldn't decide on which German city to choose! Guess they are all great when with a group of friends. However Munich certainly delivered. It was useful having a rep on bar crawl on first night as she new best places and was cute! Top Weekend! Munich... tick!

5 Star Rating
20 May
Great destination. Superb beer and lots to do and see. Public transport is very good making it easy to get around. Lots to do and a great nightlife.

4.5 Star Rating
01 June
Brilliant weekend, I'm proud of the lads for being able to pull this one off. I'm sure Maximise played their part as well :P

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