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Take your city break to the next level and make tourism competitive for your stag weekend in Berlin with a Treasure Hunt. See the sights of the city in a competitive game that will test your knowledge as you answer questions and take part in challenges. This game will give you the opportunity to see sights such as the graffitied remains of the Berlin wall and the historical Brandenburg Gate, this is a great way to see the city and spot some good places to visit and get to know the city.
If you want to have a bit more action on your stag do then hop inside a go kart and feel the adrenaline rush as you whiz around the track at Indoor Go Karting. See who’s the fastest and put forfeits in place to up the competition.
Laser Tag is a brilliant way to get your stags together for something that will definitely get everyone a little competitive. You’ll have one hour and four missions to complete as you run around in the dark with only glowing spots of colour to guide you. Will you be able to find the opposing team to shoot down with your laser gun?
A classic stag do activity that will get everyone’s blood pumping is Bubble Football. The genius game that combines football with giant inflatable zorbs is a great game for a stag do. Climb into giant zorbs and with only your legs free see just how good you are at playing football. So, get ready to bounce and fall in this hilarious game.
Beer halls and Bavarian food is a big part of the German tradition in Berlin, so it’s definitely worth trying out a delicious Bavarian Feast for yourselves. With a selection of sausages, meats and sauerkraut how will you be able to resist the delicious selection of traditional German food? Although the traditional German food is on the meaty side you’ll be able to find plenty of delicious vegan and vegetarian eateries across the city.
Now for the most important part of the stag do, the beer! Of course, Berlin is a brilliant city for beer drinking and there is also a fair amount of beer related activities to try on your visit. From Brewery Tours to a Beer Hall Visit you can expect to leave knowing more about the drink and also having sipped down a few pints yourself.
See the city from a Beer Bike and peddle around Berlin while you sink pints of beer, what better way to see the sights than from what is essentially a portable pub? Take a visit to one of Berlin’s best breweries and learn all about the beer. This informative and entertaining Brewery Tour is a great way to learn more about the pints you’re drinking on your stag do and have a few tasters! Why not visit a traditional Beer Hall and get a taste of Bavarian culture as you celebrate your stag do?
When you arrive in Berlin you may be overwhelmed with choice as after all it’s the clubbing capital of Europe. As well as techno clubs the city is also home to a fair number of microbreweries and rooftop bars, so here’s a small guide to bars and clubs in Berlin.
An eclectic mix of old and new pubs and bars line the streets. The neighbourhood around here once had the title of one of the wildest party districts in old West Berlin.
This is the place to go for a great night out with numerous restaurants, bars and clubs you can choose what vibe you want to go for.
Party right next to the river, one of the only places you can do so in Berlin. This area is also home to the Mercedes-Benz Arena for some top class acts.
This is where the cool kids come to party. Students, creative-types and long-time Berliners live here alike.
The nightlife in Berlin is never-ending, this is the clubbing capital of Europe and it’s almost compulsory on your trip you have at least one big night out, especially on a stag do. Stay up until the early hours in Berlin’s classic techno clubs and don’t miss a second of the nightlife. Most people here dress more on the casual side, so a t-shirt and jeans are perfect attire for a night out.
Skalitzer Strasse 134, Kreuzberg, 10999
If you’re looking for a music venue that’s high energy, but not techno then this is a great club for you. Here you can expect to hear a mix of bass-heavy tunes and hip hop at this club in Berlin.
Köpenicker Strasse 70, 10179
OHM club hosts a range of different nights – you certainly won’t want to miss anything at this club that continues through the night. Full of trendy DJs, this club will keep you partying all night so clear your calendar for the next day.
24 Auguststraße, 10117
Clarchens Ballhaus may appear to be an old shabby building from its exterior, but it’s actually an old dance hall that got badly damaged in the Second World War. This venue was closed for more than 60 years and then reopened in 2005, here you can enjoy live music, great food and drink and celebrate through the night. This is a large venue making it great if you have a big stag do!
49 Muskauer Straße, Bezirk Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, 10997
Tante Lisbeth is a retro-inspired bar with the real hidden gem below the bar. Hidden downstairs lies a vintage bowling alley, with a capacity of around 20 people. With the lanes available to book out, this is a brilliant place for a drink and a competitive game of bowling.
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