British men looking to find a cheap European destination for a stag party may be better served looking a little closer to home, if the results of a new report are to be believed.
PriceRunner.co.uk revealed in a study released today (December 1st) that London has become far less expensive than popular rivals such as Amsterdam and Berlin.
The UK capital came in at 19th in the 33-strong list of European cities inspected by the price comparison site, having been placed second in the same report two years ago.
"In some of the Scandinavian countries maybe they haven't been as exposed to the recession so aren't dropping prices in the same way," PriceRunner chief executive Carl White told Sky News.
"We've seen the UK and London in particular drop right across the board."
Oslo was found to be the most expensive city ahead of Sao Paulo, Copenhagen and Paris, while Mumbai in India was named as the least pricey city on the planet.
Activities such as paintballing and go-karting are particularly popular choices for groups heading out on stag weekends in London.