Dude it attracts: The Lager Lover
Most clutch feature: Oktoberfest

Munich might not seem like the place that single men go to party, but sixteen days out of the year from September to October, the city becomes awash with beer-soaked festivities for the world famous Oktoberfest or Weisn. Beer wenches bring out millions and millions of gallons of golden Oktoberfestbiers from six Munuch breweries to drunken revelers.

This is accompanied by manly, meaty foods from a virtual village of old-school Germanic tents like Able’s Kalbs-Kuchl which serves “all-veal,” the Stifl-tent for roast chicken or Hendl, the Fischer-vroni for stuff like Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick), or just about anywhere for Weisswurst or Bratwurst. After “quiet Oktoberfest” is over at 6pm, all bets are off and hopefully so are the Lederhosen. The younger crowds wobble up to the Hofbräu-Festzelt, which is the largest beer tent on the grounds. 

If you’re looking to hit on some single ladies, there’s ancient rules about Dirndl bow tying that make hooking up way easier. Tied to left? Single and ready to mingle. Tied to the right? All bets are off, but who knows after a steady beer buzz what might happen.