Top 5 Stag / Bachelor Party Destinations
PragueDrink beer in the surroundings of the most gorgeous city in Europe. It may cost more in the bars edging the Old Town Square, but that’s because the views are awesome and totally worth it. If you visit in summer months, you can hire pedalos and race your mates on the River Vltava or if you want something a little manlier – arrange a rifle-shooting day out. There is a lot to see and do in Prague. Hotels are extremely cheap as are apartments, so they’ll definitely be something to suit your party size and budget.
ZagrebZagreb may not be on the stag-radar yet, but it will be soon. Start your night at Croatia and AC Milan legend Zvonimir Boban’s popular bar before a pub crawl up and down Tkalciceva. There are plenty of stag-friendly hotels close to the main square.
DublinFull of traditional Irish bars and the hometown of Guinness, Dublin makes a fantastic destination for Stag weekends away. The nightlife is lively with infamous bar crawls with a traditional twist. Day activities might want to include various brewers and whiskey distilleries or even a spot of Clay Pigeon Shooting. But whatever you choose, prep yourself for a heavy weekend in Dublin.
BudapestIdeal for Stag do’s with their infamous thermal spa baths, a great way to sweat out the previous night’s excesses. Believe; you’ll be thankful when you’ve experienced the Budapest nightlife. The baths at the Gellert Hotel are the poshest in town, and you don’t have to be staying at the hotel to visit. You’ll be looking at £105 per night for a twin room, so be sure to budget enough.
Las VegasThe Champions League Trophy of bachelor party locations but the sin city isn’t light hearted on your stag kitty. So if money isn’t an issue, try your hand at the casino tables or slot machines and try winning BIG. If poker is your game, get practising on poker blogs now as Vegas doesn’t mess around. The main strip is worth every penny.
Ben Chafin is a freelance copywriter in London. He enjoys writing about travel packages and holidays and would prefferably like his stag do in Dublin as a Guinness fanatic.