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Stag Do Ideas For The Over 40s

When you're in your 40s you still think you're in your early twenties but your tastes have changed and what you want to get up to on your stag weekend will also have changed. With more collateral in your pocket and possibly no longer wanting to share a bedroom with eight sweaty men, your expectations may have gone a little more upmarket. We have found that the more mature stag do involves a couple activities in the day, well lets face it all-day drinking is a young man's game unless..... You decide that the Munich Beer Festival is something you've always wanted to experience. Also known as Oktoberfest, this incredible beer festival usually runs from the last 2 weeks of September to the first week or so in October and has been running since 1810! Approximately 7.7 million litres of beer is served every year with market stalls, restaurants, parades and everything else you can imagine creating an incredible atmosphere. Every stag weekend must be full of beer and dangerou

Why book your summer stag do early?

  There's a classic saying "don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today, especially your stag do ". OK I have added "especially your stag do", but there's a hell of a lot to say about old proverbs, these are wise words, words that you should integrate into your life.  Putting things off will only create a nagging voice in your head saying, "you haven't done this and you haven't done that", and getting drunk will only temporarily mute the voice, and believe me it will come back louder when you're sober. Booking your stag do early will mean you will get the accommodation and activities of your choice, get the best price (as these days in travel, the closer you get to the date the more expensive the rooms, flights or activities become) and you'll get rid of that nagging voice! What's stopping you? Is it money? Most stag do companies like DesignaVenture allow you to put down a small deposit of £30* and then the lads can