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Popular Cities in Czech Republic for a stag do


The capital city (of all capital cities) for a stag do – Prague has to be one of the very best there is! So here’s the low-down, and all you really need to know for a city break in Prague.

What can you do in Prague?

If you fancy a bit of respite from the bars, clubs and partying, check out our hand-picked 8 top places for stags to visit:-

  1. Prague Castle
  2. Charles Bridge
  3. Wenceslas Square
  4. Palladium shopping centre
  5. Prague Zoo
  6. The National Gallery  
  7. The National Theatre  
  8. National wine salon

Why is Czech Republic good for a Stag Do?

The Czech Republic borders Poland, Slovakia, Austria and Germany. It’s not only beautiful but it’s a fantastic place to visit for stag do with it’s mix of culture, cheap beer, entertainment and nightlife.  Here’s a summary of why it’s a great country to visit for a stag do!

What's the culture like in Czech Republic?

There’s more culture than you can shake a stick at!  So, if you’re a cultural bunch of lads and fancy getting away from the bars and stag do activities for a bit of respite, then there’s plenty to put on the cultural itinerary.  Prague, the Capital, is of course, rife with cultural attractions!  Simply walking around is enough to soak in the stunning Gothic architecture but if you’re into art, literature, music, theatre and film – you’re quite literally spoilt for choice!  We’ve written some information on where to visit, festivals, food and (if you want to get fully immersed) some top phrases to impress your friends and make new ones!  

What's the nightlife like in Czech Republic?

If you’re into amazing nightlife, then the capital city of Prague is a must! There are plenty of exciting haunts for you to party until the sun comes up and if nightclubs and micro-breweries are your thing, you can’t do better than to visit Prague.

How much is a pint of beer in Czech Republic?

There’s lots of different beers available which include Staropramen, Kozel, Pilsner Urquell, Budvar and Budweiser.

The average cost of a pint of beer is around £1.38 and cheaper outside of the Capital of Prague.

What’s the food like in Czech Republic?

If you’re a stew fan then you are in luck, Goulash is a hearty traditional stew made from pork, beef or game with onions and spices. Other dishes you’ll find in abundance, is roast pork with dumplings; schnitzel (which is basically pork or chicken in breadcrumbs) and an array of delicious soups adorning menus across the country.  And to round it off you can’t go wrong with a hot apple Strudel.

What’s the weather like in Czech Republic?

The climate in the Czech Republic is really warm in the summer and cold and snowy in winter.  It’s at it’s coldest in December, January and February with temperatures dropping to below zero.  However, in Summer it can average around 20 degrees, making it an ideal country for a stag do summer or winter fun!


When are the festivals on in Czech Republic that are suitable for a stag do?

There are so many festivals in the Czech Republic so try and coincide your stag do when there’s a particularly fun one.

Here’s a few festivals we’d recommend for a stag do in 2020:
  • •January 22-26: Prague Short Film Festival
  • •March 19-17: Febiofest, Prague (international film festival)
  • •April 30: Walpurgis Night (aka witches’ night – think Halloween with bonfires)
  • •May 7 – June 4: Prague Spring Music Festival
  • •Mid to late May: Czech Beer Festival, Prague
  • •May 24-27: Prague Food Festival
  • •June 12-13 Microbrewery Festival, Prague
  • •Early July: Bohemia Jazzfest, Prague
  • •October 8-11: Signal Festival (light show on landmark buildings), Prague
  • •December:  Christmas festivals across Czech Republic with festive markets, music events and Christmas lights

Check out a full list of festivals



Useful Phrases

  • yes = ano (ano)
  • no = ne (ne)
  • please = prosím (proseem)
  • thank you = devkuji vam (dyekooyi vam)
  • good morning = dobré ráno (dobrye rano)
  • good afternoon = dobré odpoledne (dobrye odpoledne)
  • good night = dobrou noc (dobroh nots)
  • hello = dobry' den (dobree den)
  • good-bye = na shledanou (nas-khledanow)
  • what is your name? = jak se jmenujete? (yak se menooyete)
  • my name is... = jmenuji se... (menooyi se)
  • how are you? = jak se máte? (jak se mahte )
  • fine thanks, and you? = devkuji dobrve, a vy? (dyekooyi dobrzhe, a vi)
  • i understand. = rozumím (rozoomeem)
  • i don't understand. = nerozumím. (nerozoomeem)
  • do you speak english? = mluvíte anglicky? (mlooveete anglitskee)
  • i don't speak czech. = nemluvím cvesky. (nemlooveem chehskee)
  • nice to meet you = těší mě. (tyeh-sheee mnyeh)
  • pay, please! = Platit, prosim (pla-tyit pro-seem)
  • where is the bathroom? = Kde je toaleta? (kdeh yeh toh-ah-le-ta)  

Stitch up Phrase

a pint of cat sick, please = Pinta kočky nemocná, prosím (pinta cochkeen nemosheenar, proseem)

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