The Eastern European clubbing scene is fast gaining a reputation for being rather legendary. Cheap drinks, fun-loving punters and a wealth of amazing nightclubs combine to create something really magical, and nowhere is this more true than in Bratislava.
Not only will we be sorting you out with entry into one of them on this stag party package but we'll send along our girl in town to show you the ropes. She'll recommend some drinks, help you approach a few ladies and then leave you to your own devices for a night of serious partying. Drum & Base indeed!
Jetting off to Bratislava is a very smart way to kick-start the stag weekend of the century. Slovakia’s capital is a feast of lively bars and cafes, scattered in amongst the medieval streets of the Old Town and just a short walk from the Danube River. There’s a reputation for hedonism against the backdrop of Bratislava Castle, so expect to find some wild revelry with tourists, hen parties and locals alike. Things may get a little messy when you touch down, so it’s a good idea to book your nights out in advance, to avoid traipsing the winding alleyways looking for the next big thing. Add this to your package and we’ll organise a guide for an hour to help you get set in the city, before taking you to one of the big town-centre clubs. Your names will be on the guest list, plus we’ll throw in a welcome drink for all the boys too. Bang.
Bratislava has a well-deserved reputation for being one of the most vibrant party towns around, known especially for its busy bars and clubs. And to make sure that you and the boys get the very best out of the Slovakian capital, we’ve arranged a five-hour bar crawl, and the first beer is on us! Your full-time private guide will take you to places that you’d never have found on your own, and you can stay as long or as little as you like in each venue – just let your guide know what you prefer. This is a great choice for groups of six or more, and we’ve arranged a Sambuca show for the groom-to-be, too! And just to finish the evening off on a sexy high note, how about salivating over some Slavic beauties at one of the city’s top lap-dancing clubs, before winding up at a brilliant nightclub, with top late-night DJs? The entrance fees are already covered, so you can skip the queue and get on with the action!
A stag do isn’t all fun and games, just mostly. You do occasionally have to think about some of the boring stuff. Like how you’re getting from Bratislava Airport to your accommodation. Or you could just leave it to us. Before you even leave British tarmac you can rest safe in the knowledge that there’ll be no struggling with the local lingo as you attempt to master the Bratislava transit system. Your driver will collect you and the lads at the airport and whisk you off to your accommodation, and when it’s time to head home we’ll handle getting you to the airport.
A stag do might not be all fun and games, but we handle all the boring bits so it certainly seems that way.
Please note that no flights are included in any of our packages or itineraries, this is something your group will need to arrange directly. If you book an overseas package with us, that requires flights and has airport transfers on the itinerary, you can enter your flight details at a later date in our online Party Hub, so we can arrange your transfers.
The only stag company that provide you with a dedicated Event Planner from quote, right through to departure!
One of the biggest reasons that gents like yourselves come to The Stag Company is that they want a bit of help throwing their stag the best and most memorable weekend that’s possible. Yes, you could organise it yourself, but when you’re looking at hotels and activities for over 12 guys it can be tricky finding availability and knowing which places will and won’t take a stag group. That’s where we come in. With over a decade of experience, and having organised thousands of stag do’s, you can count on our knowledge and expertise to give you exactly what you and your group want.
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