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Budapest is the ultimate stag do paradise for groups looking for an EU adventure! Not only is it a buzzing capital city jam packed with epic activities and an electric nightlife, but there’s also plenty of great spots and sights to visit while you’re here too. We’ve provided all our best tips and recommendations below, so that your weekend is one that's completely unforgettable!
Hungary is a stunning country with a rich history and plenty of cultural attractions located in Central Europe. Hungary is well-known for its epic nightlife and huge range of excellent stag do activities. Here’s a little more information about Hungary and a summary of why it’s such an incredible stag do location!
Here at The Stag Company, we truly understand the importance of great nightlife on a stag weekend. So, if finding a location with excellent nightlife is high on your priority list, then we’d certainly recommend heading to the capital of Hungary, Budapest. Whether you’re interested in quirky bars, vibrant pubs or incredible nightclubs, Budapest is a lively city that truly offers it all.
Dreher, Arany Ászok and Sorproni are popular beer choices available in Hungary. However, you’ll find that there are lots of other choices available. Depending on what part of Hungary you visit, the prices of a pint of beer may vary. On average, you’ll find that a pint of draft beer can cost between £1.50 - £2.00. In Budapest, you may find that prices are slightly higher depending on the venue and location.
Hungarian food is hearty, tasty and perfect for lining your stomach in preparation for a big night out! One of the most popular, national dishes in Hungary is Goulash. Goulash is a rich, well-seasoned stew made with meat and vegetables. Chicken Paprikash, well-seasoned chicken in a creamy sauce, is another hugely popular dish served in Hungary. If you’re craving something hearty and delicious, Lángos is a great option. Lángos is a deep-fried dough which can be served with a range of toppings. Traditionally, Hungarian Lángos is seasoned and then topped with sour cream and grated cheese. If you have a sweet tooth, then you’ll find that there’s plenty to snack on. Visiting one of the many fantastic food markets in Hungary is a great way of sampling some delicious, traditional food.
The climate in Hungary typically consists of warm, dry summers and cold winters. January is usually the coldest month of the year whilst July is often the warmest. Winters in Hungary are often harsh with the chance of snow and temperatures dropping below zero. On average, temperatures are around 20-25°C in Hungary during the summer. However, temperatures can rise to around 30°C and above.
If you and your stag group love a festival and you’d like to coincide your stag weekend with one, then here are a few great festivals in Hungary…
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