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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.
If you’re a group of beer-loving stags, then the Old Town district of Dusseldorf should be your first port of call as soon as you land. Take part in a pub crawl here for the ultimate experience whilst sipping on the sweet, sweet nectar of life that is ale.
A short walk up to Ratinger Strasse will land you at a hip hangout for stags with some sweet summer day-drinking vibes when the sun comes out. The outdoor benches make for a great place to people-watch or you can pop in and out of these awesome watering holes one by one!
The magic happens in The Media Port at night time when you’re ready for a dance. Right next to the river it’s a stunning setting with some entertainment venues perfect for night-owl stags.
"I was going to get a German Sherpherd but I didn't want to
have to learn another language just to own a dog."
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.
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.
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
"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.
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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