Stuttgart Stag Weekends

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Incredible history and stunning architecture may not be high on your agenda for your stag weekend, but fear not, Stuttgart has plenty to offer you and the lads. As a rule, the Germans are known to be passionate about the most important things in life: beer, women and nightlife. And Stuttgart is not going to disappoint. Renowned for its car factories, local football team VFB Stuttgart, Oktoberfest celebrations and festivals and local cuisine, the city is equipped for any stag do.

With plenty of activities to keep any stag entertained during the day time, the city doesn’t slow down at night. Enjoy the fast-paced nightlife with a wide array of beerhalls and clubs to party the night away. The locals are friendly and provide ample opportunity for you to join in the celebrations, so enjoy the local hospitality on offer and live life to the full on your last night of freedom with your stag weekend in Stuttgart!

Stuttgart Special Offers
Half price stag on a group of 15 or more
OR Stag or Best Man goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights’ accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option
 

Interesting facts about Stuttgart

 
 

LANGUAGE

German 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

20°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

0°C 

COST OF A PINT

£4.50

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Stuttgart

 
Climate in Stuttgart
 
 

Climate in Stuttgart

On average Stuttgart benefits from 1807 hours of sunshine per year and can experience continental climates due to its far inland location. Sheltered by the Black Forest and Swabian Alb hills, the city centre experiences more severe heat in the summer and less snow in the winter. However, this leads to warmer autumn days and cool nights. Stuttgart’s climate is considered to be mild in comparison to other cities in Germany. Winters last from December to March, and the coldest month is January with an average temperature of 0°C. Whereas, the summers have an average temperature of 20°C in the hottest months of July and August.

Find out about getting around Stuttgart

Getting around Stuttgart
 
 

Getting around Stuttgart

Stuttgart’s transportation system is extensive, making it easy to get around day or night. In the inner city, walking is no problem as you can reach most places within 25 minutes. The network of buses, streetcars and subway all operate from 5am to 1am every day. The city is divided into zones and the more zones you cross when travelling, the more expensive your ticket will be and prices range from 5 to 13 euros. The night bus network takes over when other forms of transport are not available, so if the stumble to the hotel from the club is just a bit too far, a magic carpet will be there to carry you home. Maps are available everywhere so navigating your way round the transport system is a great option for you and the lads on your stag weekend in Stuttgart.

What you need to know about nightlife in Stuttgart

Nightlife in Stuttgart
 
 

Nightlife in Stuttgart

The nightlife is Stuttgart has everything you would expect from a German city with all-night dance clubs, cosy pubs and quintessential beer gardens with different themes to meet all tastes and budgets. The ‘party mile’ in the Theodor-Heuss-Strasse, especially in the summer months, is crowded with thousands of party enthusiasts making the long night into day with its numerous clubs, bars and lounges. The areas around the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen (Lucky Hans Fountain) and the Bohnenviertel (Bean Quarter) also have a concentration of decent bars, cafes and restaurants which are open til late. If you’re looking for something more traditional, the traditional German pubs are dotted around the city and the Steinstrasse area, close to the market place. Rest assured, you will not be disappointed for nightlife on your stag weekend in Stuttgart! 

Learn about eating in Stuttgart

Eating in Stuttgart
 
 

Eating in Stuttgart

If you love a hearty meal, Stuttgart is the destination for your stag do! In the city you will find traditional restaurants overflowing with beef, sausages and Spätzle. Spätzle being broadly comparable to pasta. But, there is no need to limit yourself to the regional specialities. You and the lads can discover the wide range of restaurants also available in the centre, ready to line your stomachs for the night ahead! Amongst the finer restaurants, there is also a variety of fast food outlets serving every imaginable takeaway to satisfy the post-night out cravings. Stuttgart has all the food options you can dream of on your stag do, so be prepared to be spoilt for choice in this awesome city. 

Find out how to travel to Stuttgart

Getting to Stuttgart
 
 

Getting to Stuttgart

Please see our Stuttgart travel section for more info. Click here 

Things to see in Stuttgart

Things to see in Stuttgart
 
 

Things to see in Stuttgart

Mercedes-Benz Museum: Stuttgart, known as a major centre for automobile production, is home to the Mercedes-Benz Museum making it a must-see. One of the city’s largest attractions, the museum features some of the world’s oldest cars, including the first Mercedes-Benz.

Stuttgart TV Tower: the view from the world’s first concrete TV tower is one not to be missed. An observation platform allows amazing views of the nearby Swabian Alb, Neckar Valley vineyards and sometimes the Swiss Alps, it even features a revolving restaurant…

Mercedes-Benz Arena: tour the stadium home to the football team VFB Stuttgart who play in the first division Bundesliga in Germany.

Schlossplatz: The largest square in Stuttgart Mitte is home to the Neues Schloss (or New Palace) built between 1746 and 1807, it was once home to former Kings but is now used by state government. Originally the square was not open to the general public, and was used as a military parade ground. Now the massive square hosts festivals throughout the year and is always home to a variety of street performers.

Porsche Museum: Hard surface and boxy lines make the museum itself something impressive just to look at. Inside there are hundreds of cars, including an extensive collection of Porsche race cars. 

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Reviews

06 October

4.5 Star Rating
The booking process was efficient and simple and the communication was immediate and informative. The payment system was very convenient and we were well prepared because of this. The itinerary was very accurate and was upheld by our fantastic guide Anna. All of the activities were as described and were even better than we originally thought. We had no issues with transport around Stuttgart and the hotel itself was excellent and had everything you could need - we all agreed that the hotel enhanced out experience massively.

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