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Stag Weekends in

Cologne
Eau de Cologne

Affectionately known as ‘the land of beer’, Cologne is a heady mix of spectacular cultural attractions, unadulterated clubs and the greatest German tradition - Bavarian Beer Halls. Cologne’s speciality beer is the foundation of this vibrant city, along with its friendly fräuleins and adoration of football.

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Prost zu Köln

As Germany’s fourth largest city, Cologne offers endless cultural attractions, a gloriously outrageous nightlife, lively beer halls and has an obsession with football that could rival even us Brits.

Cologne is split into nine districts and has easily accessible transport links throughout the city. It is a strikingly vibrant mix of hipster, mainstream and bohemian bars that make up a truly buzzing nightlife. The Belgishces Viertel, an inner city area in Cologne, is recognised as one of the most fashionable places to have an ice cold stein. The Zülpicher Straße, on the other hand, is home to a large student scene, with local beer for €1 and bars open until breakfast. This is our kind of city.

Cologne is a stunning example of rich, architectural history. The city was heavily damaged during World War II, but has since been restored and is now a city bursting with life. At the root of this city are the famous carnivals, the spectacular cathedral and Cologne’s very own beer – Kölsch.

Kölsch is Germany’s answer to Britain’s pale ale and is a local speciality exclusively brewed in Cologne. It is stocked in abundance at the traditional beer halls, home to Bavarian Oompah bands and buxom beer maids. During the summer, these vast beer halls spread outside and Cologne becomes a huge beer garden, with live bands, performers and pints for €1.

Not only is Cologne a land of beer but it is also dedicated to the beautiful game of football - ideal for the footy nut. Germans are fanatical about the game and the impressive 50,000 seater RheinEnergieStadion, a host in the 2006 World Cup, can be found in the city. It is home to the successful 1. FC Köln, a team that are renowned for their passionate fans and electric atmosphere.

The city is a major cultural centre in Europe, with hundreds of art galleries, museums and the charming Old Town. The Cologne Cathedral, regularly voted as Germany’s top tourist attraction, dominates the skyline with two giant spires. The shrine of the three kings can also be found in the cathedral and legend says it contains the bones of the Three Wise Men.

In February, the city is taken over by the Cologne Carnival. Dancers, bands, animals and acrobats parade down the streets, with beer stalls lining every corner, along with street vendors serving traditional German cuisine.

Cologne will leave you in a whirlwind of merry mayhem, with a smile on your face and memories of a truly unforgettable stag weekend.

Customer Reviews for Cologne

Our average stag feedback score for Cologne is 5.00

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18/06/2015

Really well planned out weekend. The acivities were nicely spaced out, and still gave us time to look around. Very impressed. Thanks.”

How To Get To Cologne

Cologne's local airport(s):

Cologne Bonn Airport - CGN

9.3 miles from Cologne

Can we provide transfers? Yes

Kennedystraße, Köln, 51147

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Düsseldorf Airport - DUS

35.6 miles from Cologne

Can we provide transfers? Yes

Flughafenstraße 120, Düsseldorf, 40474

Airport Website

Which airlines fly into Cologne?

DepartingArriving IntoAirline
Birmingham - Birmingham Airport (BHX) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Eurowings
Birmingham - Birmingham Airport (BHX) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Flybe
Birmingham - Birmingham Airport (BHX) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) German Wings
Leeds - Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Jet2
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) British Airways
London - London City Airport (LCY) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) British Airways
London - Gatwick Airport (LGW) Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) EasyJet
London - Gatwick Airport (LGW) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) EasyJet
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Eurowings
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) German Wings
London - London Stansted Airport (STN ) Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) German Wings
London - London Stansted Airport (STN ) Cologne Bonn Airport (CGN) Ryanair
Manchester - Manchester Airport (MAN) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Eurowings
Manchester - Manchester Airport (MAN) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Flybe
Newcastle - Newcastle Airport (NCL) Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) Eurowings

Accuracy of Information: Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct, it is just possible that we might get the occassional piece of information wrong. Whatever means of transport you decide on, it is worthwhile double checking route and schedule information.

Cologne has the following visa requirements:

Visa Information Disclaimer: Whilst we have taken reasonable efforts to ensure that this information is correct, we cannot be held reponsible for any inaccuracies. Always check with the relevant authorities before travelling. We have actually had a group of Kiwis who didn't make it through customs in Kiev - BE WARNED!

NationalityVisa Required?
UK, Irish & Euro Zone Nationals: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days
South Africans: Visa Required
Aussies & Kiwis: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days

For information about Passport or Visa requirements please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/passports. For information relating to travel abroad please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/travel-abroad.

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