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The sixth biggest city in Europe, and one of the greatest in beer-loving Germany, Hamburg is packed full of incredible nightlife, great bars and characterful pubs. But that's just one reason to have your stag do there. The other is the Reeperbahn, where we suspect you'll be spending most of your time. And, who's to blame you? After all, it is Europe's largest red-light district, and this is a stag do.
However, should you manage to drag yourselves away from the Reeperbahn for a little while, then you'll also find some great stag activities to occupy your time with.
One of the most popular activities for a Hamburg stag do is to take a ride on a beer bike. Basically a pub on wheels, the beer bike will let you and the lads cruise around while boozing it up with 20 litres of beer.
Of course, if you fancy a more traditional drinking tour during your stag weekend, you could always book a private booze cruise down the Elbe River. If that isn’t enough, or it’s not the sights of the city that you’re interested in, you can even book your own stripper for the journey, to really kick things off.
If it's more of a white knuckle rush that you and the lads are after, Hamburg can provide that as well. Get trigger happy with our Fully-Loaded Shooting Package, get your motors running with an hour of high-speed karting or cover each other in paint and bruises during a paintballing session. Either way, it's all on offer when you book with Maximise.
St. Pauli is Hamburg's best and most famous district for anyone looking for late-night thrills. The streets between Altona and Neustadt are bursting with top bars and clubs, as well as cabaret and drag shows.
However, when people think about Hamburg, the first thing that comes to mind is usually the Reeperbahn, the home of the city’s dirtiest and most decadent nightlife!
While the area is sure to impress you, you shouldn’t limit yourself to the Red Light District. Hamburg can be hugely extravagant and varied after hours.
Just a short walk from the Reeperbahn, you'll find Sternschanze, where its trendy and alternative bars give off a different vibe. In the warmer weather, the party spills onto the streets, creating a fantastic atmosphere worthy of a stag party.
Grosse Freiheit 36 and Docks are two of the most legendary clubs in the area, if not the city, and should be top of the list for a night out.
Along with all the great drinking establishments, Hamburg also has a history of making great ale. Beer has long been an important part of German culture, ranking among the top in the world for beer production and consumption. So if you're a beer lover, you've chosen the right destination for your stag weekend.
There is also an amazing craft beer scene that's well worth exploring and sampling during your trip. Tours of the Blockbräu, Galopper des Jahres, Altes Mädchen, Ratsherrn, Groninger Privatbrauerei, Brauhaus Johann Albrecht and Holsten-Brauerei breweries are personal favourites of Maximise.
If you want a guaranteed good time, though, we suggest going on one of our guided bar crawls, which span the entire city, to guarantee a truly amazing and unforgettable Hamburg stag weekend.
Recommended for the first night, Maximise will make sure you are well acquainted with the city’s best watering holes and save you from spending your evening wandering between places that aren’t worth your time or money. Not only that, but we can sort you out with club entry, VIP Booths, drink packages and bar & club Combos
Whether it's a standard bus, or a limo ride complete with a sexy stripper, start your stag do off the right way with our airport transfer options. Hassle-free, fast and easy, you can get straight onto enjoying the more important things—like all that great beer!
As for getting to Hamburg, budget airlines will be your best friend. The airport itself is the fifth busiest in Germany, serving more than 130 destinations, which makes it super accessible, wherever you’re travelling from!
And once there, all your public transport needs will be met by HVV, Hamburg’s Transport Association. You can purchase single tickets, all-day tickets or even group tickets which are valid across the city’s buses, trains, trams or ferries.
Single tickets for less than 3 stops will set you back about €1.60, while longer trips will cost you €3.30. A 9-hour pass is €6.40, but, for better value, we recommend the day pass (valid from 6 am to 6 am the following day) for €7.70. Otherwise, there is the group day pass, which is valid for up to 5 people, and costs just €12.
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