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- if you find a like-for-like stag do for less, we'll match it!
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The weather is beautiful, the food is scrumptious, the activities are brilliant and it's also not a tourist trap, we can see why you opted for Lisbon! But the next step is booking the hotel or apartment and, unfortunately, this is incredibly hard for stag parties, as most venues will turn you away if they realise you're on a stag weekend. But don't worry, this is where our team come in, only working with venues that have agreed beforehand to allow this.

Lisbon Transport

Sunny, cultural, and full of vibrant bars and clubs, it’s easy to see why Lisbon is such a popular destination for a stag do! As with any new place, but especially in a new country, it can be a little confusing (and daunting!) trying to figure out the best ways to get around the city. Happily, though, Lisbon has plenty of transport options, so you’ve got nothing to worry about.

The best way to get around efficiently, we’ve found, is to take the metro. With plenty of guides and maps both online and in the station, you’d have to make a concentrated effort to get lost. The first train of the day runs at 6:30am, and the last train leaves at 1am, so you’re never going to be short of chances to make your way around the city. There are plenty of different ticket options, but a single ticket is only €1.65 (£1.43!), so it’s a demonstrably inexpensive way to get around, which is always great to know!

The most cost-effective way to get around the city, however, is definitely with a Viva Viagem card. Available to purchase both at the airport or at the metro station, this handy little green card is the perfect way to tap on and off of various types of public transport around the city. You can use it on the metro, buses, ferries and trams, whilst topping it up at the various machines around the city. For the most stress free and budget friendly way to see the sights of Lisbon, this is our top recommendation!

If you’re looking for a more unique way to get around whilst taking in the sights of the city, why not hire out some E-Bikes for the day? Available at various different locations throughout the city, all you need to do is to download the Gira app from the App or Google Play store in order to unlock your bikes. 24 hour passes start from €10 (£8.64), so this is another fairly cost-effective way to get from destination to destination!

Parking in Lisbon

As public transport is so readily available in Lisbon, we wouldn’t necessarily recommend hiring a car to get you around. However, we also understand that public transport isn’t always as accessible as we’d like it to be, and you may well want to explore a little further out of the city during your stay, too!

If you do decide to hire a car, we’d recommend making sure your accommodation includes a parking space, whether it's at a hotel or apartment. Parking can be a little tricky to locate, as well as being rather expensive, and you don’t want to add any extra stress or spend unnecessary money (especially when you could be spending it on a few drinks!)

If you do ever need to park in the city, we’ve found the best way to get around this is to book a parking space in advance in one of the car parks. To do this, check out websites for parking in the area. You’ll be able to compare locations of car parks, prices and securely book your car into a spot. The best bit is that there’s no time limit on how long you can park for, either, so you can enjoy a full day out in Lisbon without having to worry about hurrying back!

Types of Accommodation

Whether you’re in Lisbon for a weekend of bar hopping and non stop partying, or if you’re taking things at a more leisurely pace, you’ll want to make sure you’ve booked the perfect accommodation to make your trip all the more special, right? Whatever your mood, or your budget, there are a huge variety of places to stay that will suit everyone in your bachelor party.


If you’re looking for something super affordable but still in the thick of the city, why not head to one of Lisbon’s many hostels? Offering shared rooms or private suites, these are a great option for when you’re going to be mostly out and about seeing the sights and jumping between bars and clubs and simply need a comfy bed to get a few hours kip before you’re off out again!


If you’re willing to splash a little more cash and fancy a bit more comfort, Lisbon has plenty of hotels in the city centre and a little further afield to satisfy your groups’ needs. From comfy and spacious standard rooms to five star boutique hotels complete with pools for a refreshing dip in the Portuguese sun, you can take your pick from such a huge variety of places to stay.


Accommodation FAQ

What Is The Nicest Part Of Lisbon To Stay In?

It all depends on your main focus. For example, the nicest area would arguably be Avenida Da Liberdade, with a luxury shopping highstreet, however as you can imagine, this area predominanty has 4 and 5 star hotels, meaning the costs are much higher than you might want to pay on a stag do. You're not trying to impress a gorgeous girl that you're the one, this is a wild rampant night with Dave and the crew, it's about finding the best options that allow stag groups at a decent price where you can have a legendary weekend. There are a number of hostels located at Baixa, all in renovated buildings, initally built in the 1700's, which does mean rooms will drastically vary in size, so you might want to reserve the biggest for the groom. This area is a short walk to a number of attractions, otherwise you can hop on the metro, bus or tram to whereever you need to go. The Bairro Alto district is the main area for nightlife, so if crawling back at 4am from the club with minimal distance is the focus, then this might be the best option for you. Of course, you want to make sure you're not too close that the music is booming into your room all night. Marvila is almost considered the new Hipster area of Lisbon, with some swanky bars and nice restaurants, but again this all comes down to your group and priorities, everyone wants something different.

What Stag Activities Should I Not Miss?

The top selling activity in Lisbon is the beer bike, allowing you to tour the city while enjoying some beverages. It's a clever way to tick off some of the tourist attractions without worrying about boring a few of the members of the group that just want to start drinking. It can also bring out a few lads competitive nature as you start pedalling for all you've got! A guided tour of the stadium is popular for footie fans, but it has to be remembered not everyone in a 12 person group is going to love football, so sometimes it can be difficult if it splits the group a little. However, if everyone is a footie fanatic then this is a must. It's also worth highlighting that Cais do Sodre was rated as the coolest place in Europe in a number of awards and articles, so you should definitely visit the area at the very least if you don't stay in or nearby. As you can imagine, you can find plenty of clubs here, so the late night scene is brilliant.

Are There Any Great Pranks I Can Do On The Stag?

Of course, it wouldn't be a stag do without some form of prank. But this doesn't mean they need to be tied up to a lamp-post naked, in fact we strongly recommend against that! But our team have worked hard to find suppliers that can find some great pranks or surprises to take place during the weekend. The 'sexy wake-up call' is certainly one they won't be expecting, with the maid coming in to do the cleaning, before stripping off to her bare necessities and climbing on top of the groom. Considering they will be waking up from a wild night involving way too many beers and one serious hangover, you can imagine everyone's face if you sneak in in the morning to watch the sexy wake-up, or you can leave them to have their jolly time! This activity can of course take place in the hotel room that we help to book with you. The strip show will last around 15 minutesIf you opt for bubble football, then there can certainly be some soft bullying on the groom, ensuring everyone gets a big hit on them. But one of the most popular activities for a prank is paintballing, where everyone is dressed in typical army clothing, you can bring along some fancy dress for them to wear, making them stand out like a sore thumb and ensure everyone in your group and everyone else attending pummels them with pelets of paintSome venues will even have spare fancy dress costumes, so if you forget to bring yours, feel free to ask them if they have something hilarious he could be put in, but we would strongly recommend packing and bringing something along yourself, so you're not disappointed. We're thinking a giant bunny costume, so even when they're trying to crouch down behind a barrier, their big ears pop up over the top.

What Is The Best Month To Visit Lisbon?

You want to arrive in the warmer months if you plan on trying a number of outdoor activities such as paintballing or bubble football, as the last thing you want is to be caught up in the rain and the mud. March to May is a very popular time, however just the same, it can get very warm in the peak period of the summer, so then many people go for September to October as well, to ensure you get controllable heat. Of course, as long as you're arriving for the weekend, any date during the year will be good for nightlife. But if you arrive in the summer months, you can also enjoy a party boat as sun sets down in front of you as you drink copious amounts of booze. If you do decide to visit during September/October, after the school holiday season, you can often get accommodation a little bit cheaper, which we can most certainly help withJanuary is the wettest month on record in Lisbon, so is the least popular for tourists and stag groups, however you will save yourself a fair few pennies if booking off-season.

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