Munich Hen Party Ideas
Germany as a whole is popular with hen parties, but why not choose an alternative hen party in Munich? Perfect whether you want busy hen do nightlife or chilled and classy hen party activities. One guarantee of Munich is that it won’t break the bank, and you can find an experience for any bride to be. As for accommodation, you girls will be well looked after throughout your stay in the famous German city!
With being the capital of Bavaria and the second most visited city in Germany it attracts millions of visitors each year. Everywhere you see you’ll want to explore in this city of culture. It is a city that looks like a fairy-tale making it the perfect destination for your Munich hen weekend. With a compact city centre with interesting suburbs that are all well connected with public transport makes getting around easy even after a drink or two.
Munich is probably one of the most impressive cities in Germany. Although most of its historical buildings were destroyed during the Second World War, the city has restored most of its landmarks over the decades after experiencing what’s known as the “economic miracle”. Even today, it still remains to be one of the top fastest-growing cities in the country. The city served as the capital of independent Bavaria for many centuries, and a great way to explore this city’s unique and rich history would be at the Bavarian National Museum, one of the largest art museums in the country.
If you’re wanting a celebration, then you’re in the right place as the Germans know how to party and it lasts all night! Whether you start drinking early with the locals in a beer garden or come alive when it goes dark you’ll fit right in. There are so many things to do in this magical city from beer crawls to a day round the shops, you’re bound to find something you’ll love. Even if you’re looking to just relax on your stay you could visit one of the beautiful spas or check out a museum or two, or just have a wonder through the cobbled streets.
- Country: Germany
- Language: German
- Currency: Euros
- Cost of mixer: €5-6
- Airport: Munich Airport
- Flight duration: 2 hours
Top 10 Hen Do Activities in Munich
A classy and fun addition to any hen party, you and the girls will sightsee around Munich as you pedal and sip on plenty glasses of tasty prosecco!
Try something new and widen your palate as you and the girls tuck into 3 courses of traditional German dishes with the added treat of prosecco.
Test your girl knowledge across a variety of challenges and trivia from a smartphone device as you battle it out in teams to collect the most points whilst exploring across the city.
Crack codes, solve puzzles and riddle as you and the girls attempt to escape a themed room which you are locked into before your time limit expires.
Celebrate in style whilst in Munich by hopping on board a party bus which provides amazing music and a bar filled with tasty drinks for you and the girls.
Sit back and relax as you indulge in a classic steak and chips dinner and treat your eyes to a sexy strip show from a hunky male stripper.
A night full on nonstop entertainment, you and the girls will go on a 5 hour bar crawl with a free welcome drink at each place with an extra of guestlist entry into one of the hottest nightclubs.
Sip on some tasty pints of beer in the gleaming sun as you visit some of Munich’s best beer gardens or halls with a reserved table and the help of an English speaking guide.
Kick off the celebrations with some cheeky eye candy as a hunky stripper will wake up the bride to be in your accommodation and perform a sexy striptease show!
Explore Munich in a unique and wonderful way as you whizz around on Segway’s with the educating and interesting company of an English speaking guide.
Places to Eat in Munich
There isn’t much variety when it comes to Munich food no matter where you go there will be a lot of sausage, pork, dumplings and pretzels. To go with them mash potato and squerkraut is traditional though potatoes are usually served in loads of different ways. In between all of your Munich hen activities you will be able to try all of this. There’s loads of finer cuisine dishes out there, but when getting ready for a big night on the town you want the foods that will really soak up the alcohol. Like sausage, pork, dumplings and pretzels.
You could try the ‘dish for filling the gap between meals’ which is simply sausage and bagels. One place we recommend for food and drink is Hofbrauhaus, this restaurant is located on the Platzl and is one of the most well-known restaurants in Munich. As well as being the most famous brewery in the World. Jagermeister is made near Munich and is a lot cheaper than you find it in the UK which makes it perfect for getting you and your hens up and roaring for the long night ahead.
Guide to Munich Nightlife for Hen Parties
Munich boasts about its nightlife especially because of the many pubs and clubs scattered throughout the whole city. The best known nightlife district is the area around Munchener Freiheit in Schwabing. Hip bars and restaurants are plentiful on the streets going as far as Gartnerplatz, whilst Glockenbachviertel is the main focus of the gay scene and Haidhausen offers a more alternative scene. One well known venue is Schumann’s Bar with a reputation in Munich like Harry’s Bar in Venice, with equally priced drinks. But, Schumann’s Bar is worth a drink at the least just to say you have been. The cocktails here have been famous for over two decades for being impressively rich and delightful.
If you aren’t wanting to splash the cash and would prefer more of a cheap and cheerful atmosphere, then Munich has you covered. With over sixth thousand licensed establishments and over 150 beer gardens, you’re certain to find a place to suit your taste. Not only this but the entertainment in this city is all hours with alcohol at breakfast with the buzzing atmosphere never ending.
The Munich City
Girls you’re going to Munich to celebrate and you’re in the perfect place to do exactly that as this city finds any excuse to celebrate. Whenever you’re visiting this city there’s almost always a festival, of course everyone knows the famous Oktoberfest. This event has been running for more than 180 years and usually runs for just over two weeks between September and October.
It is known as the “World’s largest Folk Festival” and attracts more than 6 million visitors a year. But if you can’t make Oktoberfest then don’t worry the celebrations don’t end there, if your wanting a more authentic Munich experience then try Tollwood festival. This happens in winter and summer and gives you the chance to see various stage shows musicians and sample the cities amazing street food.