Whatever time you go, the Hofbrauhaus is an unmissable destination; it's one of the oldest beer halls in Munich and has royal connections which your fellow stags will love. The capital and largest city in Bavaria, Munich also combines traditional elements of the region, with the modern aspects of a city - beer wenches next to BMWs. The Germans are well known for being precise however, Munich is worldlier than other parts of the country and they have a much more relaxed attitude.
This city also has a great footballing heritage with heroes such as Gerd Müller, Franz Beckenbauer and Lothar Matthäus all calling Munich their home. If you fancy a kick-about on the stag party then the Englischer Garten offers you with more than enough space as the park is larger than Central park in New York. It also has a nudist area (of course) if you fancy a cheeky weekend break!
The Starkbierfest take place at numerous Munich breweries during Lent. As Bavarians love their beer they don't miss any opportunity to celebrate the liquid amber! So in case you happen to be in Munich during Lent do not miss the festivity and have a Starkbier yourself!
At Hofbräuhaus you get the full German programme. Beer, German food, more beer, waitresses in traditional German Outfits and even more beer. So if you like the German way of living you should definitely get here.
This museum is one of the oldest and biggest technology and science museums worldwide and impresses with a massive collection of historic artifacts such as the first automobile.
One of the best restaurants of the city. It combines Japanese and German cuisine. Sounds risky, turns out to be great! Have your sushi with a stein of wheat beer while enjoying Japanese art work combined with traditional Bavarian decor.
The only BMW museum in the world! It's an interactive museum where you can for example test drive simulation cars or try the newest brake systems on top of having a look at the many different car models as well as motorbikes.