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City of Beer Perfection.

With 300 pubs & bars in an area less than half a kilometre the real question is,
why haven't you been there already?!?

Plan your Dusseldorf stag do

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8 Best Dusseldorf Stag Do Ideas

  1. Brewery Tours - It’s a stag do, fellas! Beer is high on the list of priorities and this is a winner.
  2. Bubble Football - Just when you thought the beautiful game couldn’t get any more frantic.
  3. Go Karting - High-powered, white-knuckle, stag vs stag competition.
  4. Wrestling School - “Let’s get ready to rumble!!” Time to give the groom a royal smackdown.
  5. Laser Combat - Forget Call of Duty, put the controller down and pick up your laser guns.
  6. Go Karting - High-octane stag vs stag competition. Power up the karts and tear it up!
  7. Whitewater Rafting - A true hangover busting activity. Grab a paddle and hit the rapids.
  8. Escape Room - Tackle our eerie Escape Room as you try to get out alive...

A Guide To Your Dusseldorf Stag Weekend

Dusseldorf Activities
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Action Stations!

Urban Golf - It's as crazy as it sounds sports fans. Playing golf through a city centre. Mad sporting genius, the game is so ludicrously addictive you'll soon be setting up your own course back home.

Brewery Tour & Dinner - Can you hear that choir of angels? They are rejoicing the discovery of a genuine p*** up in a brewery, although with slightly Germanic good behaviour.

Party Boat - Yes, a cruise down the Rhine River, with everything onboard your Dusseldorf stag do could need.

Best bars in Dusseldorf
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Best Bars in Dusseldorf

LiQ - From the dribbling lips hanging over the bar to the menacing array of cocktails that taste amazing and have the power to make you forget you own a pair of legs, this is not your average cocktail bar. You have been warned.
Parkstraße 26, 40477

Square Bar - Anything but, this super trendy bar is a place for you hipster cats to show off your beards and tats while sipping locally brewed beers. They also mix some face melting man cocktails.
Collenbachstraße 57, 40476

Sir Walter - If you're looking for big beats, cold drinks and fine looking local frauleins then this is the place to see and be seen. Exposed concrete, wooden floors and all kinds of cool.
Heinrich-Heine-Allee 12, 40213

Dusseldorf event calendar
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Event Calendar

July / Open Source - The city’s biggest gig. Rock, pop, dance, indie, with beer and burgers.
July / Biggest Fun Fair on the Rhine - Exactly what it says on the tin.
July / France Festival - Fine food and wine with a certain je ne sais quoi.
September / Chinafest - Dusseldorf's Chinatown has a knees up. Great food and colour.
November / Carnival - Bands, bratwurst, altbier, freaky clown parades, what’s not to love?
December / Christmas Market - It’s a market, at Christmas. You do the math.

"I was going to get a German Sherpherd but I didn't want to
have to learn another language just to own a dog."

Dusseldorf districts
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Where to Head...

The Altstadt (Old Town) is known as "The longest bar in the world" thanks to the 300 pubs and bars all packed in an area of just half a square kilometre. Which opens up all kinds of brilliant bar crawl possibilities.

Dusseldorf has a big hipster/boho thing going on which means great craft beers and quirky places to eat. Media Harbour is worth a visit for cool hangouts on the water's edge, it's also a cool place to walk to on any Dusseldorf stag weekend.

Must see...

After a night on the altbier ('old beer', a local type of beer brewed the old fashioned way using top-fermentation) your Dusseldorf stag do squad can clear your heads with a walk along the Rhine Embankment. It's that very clean German way, the only thing it's littered with are handy cafes and bars. Hair of the dog?

Alternatively hit the Hofgarten which every Sunday morning from May to September, 1am to noon has live bands. Big bands, swing, ska, rock, pop, retro, classical, all that jazz. A nice spot to bring aching heads back to life.

A taste of Dusseldorf
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A Taste of Dusseldorf

Beef Brothers - True burger mastery is an art form, Beef Brothers are true artists and the perfect pit stop if you're looking for some man food on the go. Special mention to the Ol’ Dirty Bastard burger. It's so good it hurts.
Hunsrückenstraße 19, 40213

Curry - A restaurant dedicated to the celebration of the currywurst (curry flavoured sausage) with added curry. Plus coleslaw, fries, this is the food of German nights out, perfect for your Dusseldorf stag do.
Hammerstrasse 2, 40219

"You cannot get beer out of a stone." - German Proverb

Getting around Dusseldorf
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On Ya Bike! Getting Around Dusseldorf

"Roads, where we're going we don't need roads!" Everything you need for a great Dusseldorf stag do can be found within walking distance. Bars, clubs, green spaces, crazy activities. If you do need wheels you can jump on a nextbike, public bikes you are found all over the city.

Getting There

Let the train take the strain. It's cheap, easy, clean and runs to German timetables (always on time, a strange concept for British train commuters). It's also just three stops from the airport to the centre of Dusseldorf.

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