People planning a stag weekend overseas this year may have dismissed a trip to Iceland as out of their price range, but the cost of visiting the country is falling, it has been claimed.
According to a recent study by Icelandic company Eye for Image, the nation's recently-publicised financial difficulties have actually improved its appeal to foreign tourists.
A spokesperson for Abta - The Travel Association backed the findings, suggesting that Brits looking for a value-for-money destination this year are now more likely to consider Iceland as a possible destination.
"It was seen to be a very expensive destination and [the financial difficulty] certainly has turned that around," she stated.
She added that prices have become cheaper in terms of hotel costs and drinks, meaning the country could provide the perfect base for a stag weekend away.
The capital city of Reykjavik has long been famous for its spirited nightlife and range of impressive bars and clubs, which are likely to appeal to stag parties preparing for a big night on the tiles.