The Bavarian capital in the south of Germany is generally known for two things: Soccer and beer. Especially the latter is hard to imagine celebratory occasions without it, which of course also applies to the stag night in Munich. However, there is no question that the Upper Bavarian cosmopolitan city has more to offer than just its two obvious “box office hits”.
(Arrival) trip to the bachelor party in Munich
The possibilities for travel are almost limitless, as the city has an airport, train station and numerous highways. However, like all other streets in Munich, these are usually relatively well-traveled. Therefore, public transport in the city is definitely preferable.
The sights in Munich’s city center invite you to take a walk or two. Hotspots like the English Garden, Munich Freedom, the Residenz and the Pinakotheken are just the tip of the iceberg.
Even if you prefer to be on the road all day in the “Monaco di Baviera”, it still does not hurt to take care of accommodation. As a group of young(-ish), spontaneous and fun adults, it is also recommended to take a look at the AirBnB portal in Munich. There you will always find inexpensive and also qualitatively appealing accommodation and rest options for the bachelor party in Munich. You can also find great hotel deals* at Travelcircus. We especially recommend apartments in central locations. From the main train station, Marienplatz, Karlsplatz or Sendlinger Tor, it’s an excellent place to walk around.
Activities for the bachelor party in Munich
A city full of possibilities – we have collected the best activities for your bachelor party in Munich. Don’t forget to also check out our fun tasks and challenges for the bachelorette party.
The Allianz Arena
Soccer and beer. These two, admittedly possibly somewhat superficial appearing characteristics, serve especially sports fans as a good guideline for a successful bachelor party in Munich. The subway is a quick and comfortable way to get to the famous Allianz Arena, home of FC Bayern.
A hot tip for soccer fans: Why not treat yourself to a guided tour of the Allianz Arena in the footsteps of Oliver Kahn, Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer and Co.
Soccer fans can enjoy a fun bubble soccer match instead.
Park and beer garden for bachelor party in Munich
After the top athletic performances, it’s definitely time to take a little breather on one of the countless green spaces in Munich. In addition to the English Garden, the Westpark and the Hofgarten are ideal for this purpose.
A good break at the bachelor party in Munich naturally includes a refreshing beer. You can get this at one of the countless kiosks that you can find everywhere in the gardens. A subsequent detour along the banks of the Isar River or a short swim in the Eisbach in the English Garden promise welcome cooling on hot summer days.
Since a lot of activity naturally leads to a lot of hunger, you should definitely make a detour to one of Munich’s most beautiful beer gardens at lunchtime or in the afternoon. The beer garden at the Chinese Tower and the beer garden at Wiener Platz are just two of the countless good tips. When making your selection, it’s best to let your gut instinct guide you, in the truest sense of the word.
Culture at the bachelor party in Munich?
If you’re more interested in cultural than sporting fun for your bachelor party in Munich, you shouldn’t miss out on some of the classics. The Deutsches Museum, the Alte Pinakothek or the Pinakothek der Moderne promise interested visitors a diverse museum culture. Theater lovers will find varied classics and modern plays at the Deutsches Theater and the Residenztheater.
If culture and beer is too boring for you, you can also sign up for a strip workshop directly in Munich*. Not only are you entertained by professional strippers, but you even learn choreography yourself. This can then be performed at the wedding, for example. Or like this.
Evening program for the bachelor party in Munich
A perfect bachelor party in Munich starts with a perfect meal. For the classic Bavarian evening with all the associated clichés, there is definitely only one location that comes into question here: the Hofbräuhaus. There is definitely beer (on some days certainly also soccer) and really good, hearty, Bavarian food.
If you want something more dignified, you should definitely reserve a table at the classic New York steakhouse “Zum Goldenen Kalb” at the Viktualienmarkt. The ambience with long tables, unplastered brick walls and retro style is definitely unique in Munich and probably beyond.
Clubbing for stag night in Munich
Once you have prepared yourselves with food and drink for your bachelor party in Munich, you will of course want to move on. We recommend a trip to the roof terrace of the “Bayerischer Hof“. True to the Hollywood flick “Hangover”, you can toast a legendary evening here above the rooftops of Munich. Then, hopefully, we will finally move on to the famous clubs and bars of the city.
For summery, balmy nights the “ISArBAR” is definitely suitable. As the name suggests, it is located directly on the Isar River and promises, in addition to delicious drinks, a real vacation ambience. Munich classics like the “Niederlassung” or the “Milchbar” (Thursdays with groovy 90’s songs) are also definitely worth a visit.
To shake a leg afterwards, you can choose one of Munich’s clubs, depending on your taste in music. Besides the legendary (and overrated) P1 or “Oanser”, there are other classy dance floors with “normal” music. In the “Filmcasino” you can round off your stag night in Munich perfectly. Hiphop fans get their money’s worth at the “Crowns Club“. Friends of techno and house should definitely rave a round in the “Rote Sonne“.
Other tips for your stag night in Munich
In order to conclude the bachelor party in Munich in a dignified Bavarian manner, a Weißwurst breakfast is almost obligatory. We recommend the “Schneider Bräuhaus” or the “Augustiner Klosterwirt” for this. Here you can review the “last day in freedom” and toast to the upcoming marriage. All we say is: Cheers!
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