Our flexibility means that you can book in the knowledge that, if Covid affects your plans, we can change the location and/or the event date at no extra fee. We can even postpone the event date indefinitely if your wedding date needs to change but you don’t yet have a new one.
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business. All our customers get their own personal stag do manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the stag do is a complete success.
When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
Good food and plenty bars. Chillisauce was a waste of money
Hamburg good. Chilli sauce total waste of money
Hamburg’s citizens have perfected the art of partying: so much so, that it tops Berlin as the country’s most popular stag do destination. Rowdy groups make a beeline for St Pauli (the infamous Red Light District), staggering between its untamed collection of bars, sex shops and window displays. Just a short walk away, trendy Sternschanze taps into Hamburg’s counterculture, with underground speakeasies and Uebel & Gefährlich: a bar housed inside a former WWII bunker. For a night out with a view, the River Elbe invites revellers onboard ships transformed into pumping nightclubs.
For the active (and hungover) Germany’s second-largest city is not short of things to do. Gloriously photogenic views await on a boat tour of Old Speicherstadt (the ‘port of warehouses’), where striking red-brick buildings fringe the water. And it’s around the water where Hamburg’s true spirit shines: centuries of international trade have congregated inside its port, contributing to Germany’s well-known economic success.
Whether you prefer to party by street, sea or underground - the effortless cool of Hamburg will bring your stag do up a level. Read more in ourHamburg Stag Guideguide.
True to its character, Hamburg’s neighbourhoods are diverse and full of surprises.
This area is frequently called the Reeperbahn (Red-Light District) of Hamburg. Located close to Millerntorstadion, home to St. Pauli FC, expect an electric atmosphere pumped up by football fans and stags on tour, eager to dip in and out of its bars and erotic shows. Beyond the revelry, you’ll find new wave stretch of coffee shops, art galleries and music venues that show off Hamburg’s creative side. Pop in for a currywurst, stay for the good times.
Celebrate like a Hamburger (that’s the actual term) with these tailored stags do activities.
Raise a stein with your mates as you learn about the history and production of Hamburg’s favourite local beers. You’ll also get a traditional German meal to go with yourbrew samples.
Take the wheel of aminiature hot rodand cruise through Hamburg, zipping past its main attractions while you take in the scenery.
Experience pure aquatic adrenaline bywakeboard or waterskiwith a qualified instructor, on the beautiful Neuländer See lake.
On this mind-bendingglow-in-the-dark crazy golf course, punters are given 3D glasses that make its ocean and cosmos-themed levels burst with neon life.
Enjoy a VIP club package at stylishNoho Clubor guest entry toFreda B:a colourful bar and disco based on a 1930s cartoon character, notably famous for eating men. Cue maneater jokes aplenty.