Stag night revellers looking to avoid the effects of the weakened pound might opt for a trip to the traditional party town of Krakow this year.
While sterling has taken a beating against the euro and other foreign currencies over recent months, the Polish zloty has fared even worse, making it ideal for UK travellers looking to celebrate on a shoestring.
Furthermore, authorities in Krakow have taken a u-turn on their decision to ban boozy Brits from many of the city's pubs and clubs as they seek to arrest a slide in tourist numbers in the country.
Bar owner Hipolit Sokolowski told the Daily Star: "We love all our British guests.
"We know they like to party and we can provide the best for them."
Indeed, those planning a budget break to celebrate their final night of freedom this year might put Poland high on their agenda of possible destinations.
According to the Post Office City Costs Barometer 2009, the capital city of Warsaw is among the cheapest locations in eastern Europe in terms of hotels and drinks prices.