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Strip Dinner

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Indoor Karting

A man in camouflage gear and a mask, aiming with a paintball gun

Indoor Paintball

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Guided Bar Crawl, Strip Club & Nightclub Entry

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Strip Limo Airport Transfer

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5-a-side Football

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High Ropes Course

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Conference Bike - 2 Hours

A man pouring a beer in a stein from a tap

Brewery Tour

Bratwurst and various other German foood on a wooden board, with two full steins on the side

Traditional German Meal & Beers

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Medieval Meal

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Party Bus

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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 speciality 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.

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.

Customer Reviews for Munich

Our average stag feedback score for Munich is 4.88

Average Rating from 17 reviews

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Phenominal value for money. Excellent organised.


“To be fair our stag trip to Munich was sensational!! LNOF were amazing through the whole process,only thing that let it down was the rude lady steering our beer bike!! But apart from that it was amazing and the whole party loved the experience,so thank u!!


I would highly recommend using Last Night of Freedom. Tour Guide for the Pub Crawl (Lisa) was excellent and great fun, had a fantastic night. Indoor karting with transfers to and from the hotel was also very good. Overall an excellent service and very pleased.


All of the members of the Stag Party enjoyed their trip to Munich. We drank a little too much on Friday and ended up missing the white water rafting activity, however it was easy enough to find something else to occupy the group with during this time. Transport links were excellent. The tour guide on the second evening was more interactive than the guide on the first night. We were late for the Medieval Meal as I didn't realise that we had to make our own way however the venue was very accommodating when we did arrive. ”


“Great service. ”




Well organised and straightforward


The beer keller at the Hofbräuhaus was excellent, we stayed there for about 5 hours drinking and watching the entertainment. I would highly recommend this to every stag that goes to Munich. ”


“Great fun and very well organised.”


The Hofbrauhous was fantastic, much better than the Lowenbrauhaus. The Spa was excellent. The lap dance club was OK nothing special. ”


“We built our own stag do in Munich during the weekend of the Champions League Final (inadvertently). LNOF were more than happy to organise accommodation just outside of the city centre which was very easily accessible by the tram system.

The Bierkeller is something you don't want to miss. The food and the drink was a perfect start to a big night out. Munich is a beautiful city which almost seems made for stag do entertainment!!! ”


“A stag do in Munich in the spring sunshine!

The hotel was ideal for a stag weekend. No frills hotel/ hostel. Bar open till 5am. Close to city centre, easy to get to via train from airport. Extremely helpful multi-lingual staff, I can't recommend it highly enough (for the purpose of a stag do).

Although karting is a little way out of the city, well worth the 45 Euro taxi fare. Brilliant beer gardens and a night club just next to the train station by the hotel. ”


“Loved the beer hall evening and go-karting was also very fun (once we found it!)”


Hotel was good, friendly and helpful staff. Our 1st night was ruined because no-one would validate our voucher and let us in the nightclubs. The karting was good, although you may have unknowns participate with your group. Our 2nd club night out was a better as they let us in. ”


“Thank you for arranging the accommodation and the bar crawl, it was spot on. The hotel was very central and close to the main square by the bars and clubs. Atmosphere was brilliant, people were very welcoming and friendly. Cannot speak any higher of how wonderful the Germans are (or should i be specific and mention the Bavarians). Brilliant weather, food and beer. Could not ask for more....:)”


Had a great weekend in Munich. Karting was very fun, if a little competitive, would highly recommend it. Bavarian Beerkeller night was also good fun and have to soak up a little bit of the German culture while you are there. As long as you don’t mind a few funny looks off the locals it was an entertaining weekend.”


It was a great weekend with plenty of places to eat and drink. The activity was a great way of bringing the group together and for getting through the mandatory hangover from the night before. The Germans were some of the friendliest people I've come across and made us all feel very welcome. I would recommend Munich to anyone, in fact we are already arranging a return for this years Oktoberfest.”

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