Wales is best-known for its remarkable scenery, huge amount of cultural attractions and fascinating history. The thrilling activities and incredible nightlife ensure that Wales is a fantastic country to visit on your stag weekend. Here’s a summary of why Wales is such an excellent stag do location.
If you and the lads are a cultural bunch, or if you just need a break from all of the exciting stag do activities and partying, then you’ll be pleased to know that Wales is bursting with things to see and do. Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is full of interesting cultural attractions. If you have an appreciation for architecture, then visit the Cardiff Castle or Llandaff Cathedral. Breathe in the fresh Welsh air and clear those cobwebs (or your head from the night before) and take a trip to one of the stunning Welsh beaches or forests and national parks. If you’re keen on finding out a little more about a stag weekend in Wales, we’ve written some information about the nightlife, food and festivals available in Wales.
A location with fantastic nightlife is often considered to be an important component of a stag weekend. So, if a location with excellent nightlife is a must-have for you and the lads, then Cardiff could be the perfect destination choice for you. You’ll find that there are plenty of vibrant pubs, bars and clubs for you to enjoy. There’s something for everyone in this lively city!
If you’re beer-drinkers, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are
lots of different types of beer for you and the lads to sip on during your
stag weekend in Wales.
Depending on what part of Wales you visit, the prices of a pint of beer may vary. However, on average the cost of a pint of beer is around £3.48.
If you’re a fan of hearty food that is packed with flavour, then you might be a fan of some of the most popular, traditional Welsh dishes. Welsh rarebit is a blend of melted cheese and seasoning which is then poured over toasted bread. If you fancy something comforting to line your stomachs before a night on the town, then Cawl is a great choice. Cawl is a delicious stew which contains meat and vegetables. Another scrumptious option is the Glamorgan sausage which is a vegetarian sausage that is usually made with cheese, leeks and breadcrumbs. However, there are some tasty variations for this recipe. Another traditional option for you to snack on in Wales is a Welsh cake. The Welsh cake is perfect is you have a sweet tooth.
The climate in Wales is usually warm during the summer months, June, July and August and cold and wet in winter. In particular, July is considered to be the warmest month of the year with parts of the country reaching highs of 21°C. On average, January is often the coldest month of the year. This makes the summer months an excellent time to visit Wales on your stag do.
If you and the lads are avid festivalgoers, then you’ll be pleased to know that Wales is home to some great festivals. Here are a few festivals in Wales that you might like to attend on your stag do in 2020…
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If you’re planning on spending your stag weekend in Wales, then Cardiff is an incredible choice of location. This lively city is brimming with cultural attractions, epic stag activities and vibrant nightlife. Here’s a few suggestions on how to spend your stag weekend in Cardiff…
If you have a few hours in between your incredible stag activities, or if you just want a few ideas on how to spend your weekend in Cardiff, then here are 8 ideas…
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