Traditional stag do locations across eastern Europe could prove more popular than ever with British travellers this year, it would seem.
According to Abta - The Travel Association, countries such as Bulgaria, Estonia and the Czech Republic offer some of the most "alluringly favourable exchange rates" around for UK tourists.
And with most good stag nights likely to centre heavily on beer and alcohol, the offer of a pint for less than a pound is sure to have revellers flocking to the region.
The organisation claimed that cities like Prague and Tallinn are full of bars offering such prices on booze, while two-course meals from just £5 a head are also available as a result of the currency variation.
While prices in countries across the region are likely to remain low, those planning the ultimate stag night on a budget might be tempted to plump for a trip to Poland ahead of its neighbouring nations.
According to the Post Office City Costs Barometer 2009, the Polish capital is the cheapest in eastern Europe for weekend accommodation, while low-cost drinks and meals are also widely available.