LNOF Guide to Munich
Welcome to the land of luscious ladies, large steins and Lederhosen.
The capital of Bavaria is also Germany’s capital city of partying - where the bars are open until breakfast, the beer is strong and the traditional local song ends with the words “one, two, drink”...but in German. This is a city which doesn’t just enjoy partying, it’s in its blood - a city with more than six thousand licensed establishments and an official “strong beer season”. That may sound impressive, but add to that the abundance of massive beer gardens and a local specialty sausage which can only be eaten before noon, we assume to reinforce the “eating’s cheating” motto, and you have an outstanding location for a stag weekend.
Munich is famous for its annual Oktoberfest, of course, but what most people don’t realise is that once those couple of weeks are over, the party doesn’t stop - it simply moves on into the beer halls, gardens, and clubs of this incredible buzzing city. The celebrations go on all year round in this place, and the bug is starting to catch on.
Imagine Bierkeller but 50 times the size - that's every bier hall in Munich. I'm not even exaggerating. I'm sure the steins are bigger too. That would explain my hangover, at least.
This is a city where old meets new, in amazing contrasting fashion, the likes of BMW headquarters and the Allianz Stadium nestle seamlessly into this Bavarian postcard-esque land of gothic spires and sprawling green parkland. Grand palaces, museums and theatres line the cobbled streets, while large beer houses and dainty cafes fill in the gaps - all with the breathtaking backdrop of the Bavarian Alps.
And, of course, you’ll get to meet some of the city’s finest females in what happens to be Europe’s largest strip club. We would write more, but undoubtedly by this point you will be booking your flights.