Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Stag Do Destinations For 2017

Man in a suit and shorts at Departure Lounge with suitcases

I know what you're thinking, we're only halfway through 2016 and already we are ditching it for 2017.

Well, you need to look and book early in order to get what you want for the best possible price, take it from me popular stag do destinations will fill early.

HOT TIP: The last and first weekend of each month are the busiest, so try and look at other weekend dates for a lot more choice, especially when booking late.

Stag Destinations Abroad 

Now if you are looking at overseas stag destinations and looking for sun and lively nightlife; Majorca, Ibiza, Benidorm, Costa Del Sol, basically Spain you cannot go wrong with. These destinations usually have plenty of flights going to them from all over the UK and flights can be very cheap.

You will also be able to book into fully inclusive hotels, if that's what you're looking for, OUCH... just think of the hangover without the huge bar bill!!

If you prefer a little bit of culture and want to party in a lively city, then Berlin or Hamburg are great choices, if you would prefer to go somewhere where sausage aren't the staple diet then try Prague (fantastic nightlife), Bratislava or Budapest. These cities can be cheap to drink in and have some fantastic clubs.

You then have Riga, Tallinn or even Krakow, all of these amazingly popular abroad stag do destinations also have activities you wouldn't necessarily be able to do in the UK such as AK47 shooting, Bob Sleighing, Tank Driving etc.

Huge Pint of Guinness Outside A Temple Bar Pub

If you like the Craic there's always Dublin, head to Temple Bar for incredible pubs playing live music and serving copious amounts of Guinness. Talking of the "black stuff" book a Guinness Brewery Tour, it's in the centre of Dublin and will be a happy break before you head out at night, remember the pubs never shut in Dublin!

What am I thinking I haven't mentioned the classic stag destination, the destination your Dad may have visited on his stag do, Amsterdam.

Amsterdam still has a huge appeal to the British stags and it's not just all about the coffee shops and red light district. The canal bar tours are pretty good, as is hiring bikes and exploring the centre of this amazing, mostly pedestrianised, European city.

UK Stag Destinations

The UK is full of incredible stag do destinations, with more stag do activities then anyway else in the world, why wouldn't you party here?

If you want a lively seaside destination with loads of activities then you cannot beat Newquay or Bournemouth, or do both on one epic twin centre stag weekend!

You then have our amazing city destinations that stags and hens love all year round including Liverpool, Nottingham, Bristol, Edinburgh and Cardiff.

A Man Canyoning

If you want to get away from the crowds and want a rural experience then head for North Wales for 48 hours of adrenaline fuelled activities including white water rafting, canyoning and the longest Zip Wire in Europe.

If the stag likes all the excitement of a horse racing day, then make a stag weekend out of it.

Book the group to Ascot (staying in Reading), Nottingham, Newcastle, Chester, Chepstow (staying in Cardiff or Bristol).... phew the list is endless. With so many UK venues offering Horse Racing days Britain really is a great place to enjoy a stag do.

Whatever taste, budget, requirements you and your stag group have head over to the DesignaVenture website for inspiration, ideas and not forgetting; the highest level of customer service.

Good luck


2 comments:

  1. One of the best stag destination in my opinion is actually Warsaw - the Polish capital. I went there for my friend's stag weekend recently and we had a great time. The club that we went to was called New Orleans and it was very elegant and exclusive. We had a delicious dinner, then some great drinks and of course we watched incredible dance shows. The dancers were really professional and beautiful! It was the best stag party I have ever been to so far!

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  2. Thanks John, sounds like you had a blast! I will pass your comments on to our new destinations team.

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