These days there are so many choices available that it can seem too much at times. That is particularly true when it comes to the constantly expanding number of places for stag dos that British lads have to choose from.
However, the tricky part is determining which type of stag you would like to have. Would you like to opt for a really cheap weekend getaway in a city in Eastern Europe? Or would you prefer a no-holds-barred classic experience in the Dam? Does your group like adrenaline-rushing experiences or hard partying more?
Each of the following stag destinations offers some, or all, of what you are searching for. Use this to help you choose the best for you!
Cheapness – in Prague boozes prices are very reasonable in comparison to the UK. For a pint, it cost a bit over £1 and around £3+ for a mixer and drink.
Things to do – In addition to the great sights such as Old Town Square and Prague Castle, Prague has plenty of daytime activities. Sail on the beautiful Vltava River on a Strip Ship and watch the world as it goes by.
Nightlife – Old Town is where most of Prague’s nightlight action happens. There are lots of things to choose from probably way too much. We recommend that you book a Prague Bar Guide for one night at least. Karlovy Lazne is a mega-club that is open until 5 am, and has everything on 5 floors from house classics to disco.
Cheapness – In Albufeira, things are fairly cheap but not as much when compared with other destinations in Eastern Europe. Pint prices are, on average from £3+ to £5, which are similar to the prices in Amsterdam.
Things to do – There are tons of beautiful beaches in Albufeira, and most of them you can reach by the city’s great public transport system. When there is good weather – from June through August – we recommend that you try Parasailing or Wakeboarding.
Nightlife – The Albufeira nightlife is centred around the Albufeira strip. You will find numerous bars, cafes, and nightspots catering to all of the different tastes in music. This town is ideal for night owls: local love starting late and finishing early in the morning.
Cheapness – even cheaper than Prague. You will pay just under £1 for a pint.
Things to do – Budapest, like Prague, is bisected, with the mighty Danube running in between Buda and Pest. To get a true sense of this city, a boat trip should definitely be booked. In addition to all of the airsoft, paintballing, and crazy shooting activities, there is also something unique in Budapest which is Arnie’s Commando Shootout. Your aspiring action heroes need to try this out.
Nightlife – Downtown Pest and District 4 is where nightlight is. A Budapest Bar Crawl should be booked and allow guides to navigate you through all of the many pubs and bars. Szimpla – a ruin pub – is the most famous one and for things to do when in Budapest should be high up on your list.
Cheapness – In Lisbon, a print may cost you around £1.50. Drink and food are fairly inexpensive here – go in general you won’t feel like you are being scammed when you are in the tourist areas.
Things to do – The old Portuguese city is full of history, with all of having been incredibly preserved. We suggest you go on a Tour if you want to experience what life has been like. Vodka is included, along with every