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York is a historic city and has the old school pubs to prove it. Stag do's here also get to explore some exciting activities!
York has long been a favourite stag weekend destination. As a result of this, you won’t have any trouble finding busy spots in York at the weekend! There are plenty of areas here to target, whether you’re looking to rub shoulders with locals, some hen weekend groups or the thousands of tourists. It has a wealth of modern bars and traditional pubs, making it perfect for a pre-clubbing bar crawl! We can offer an array of activities to do in the surrounding countryside as well on a York stag do!
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Walking is your best bet on a stag weekend in York as you can actually walk from one end of the city centre to the other in about 20mins. Buses are frequent but not very cheap so if you’re travelling in a group then we recommend a taxi as it works out about the same price. Saying that, a one-day bus pass costs around £4 per person, which is worth considering if you're going to make several journeys in a day. Finally, don’t even think about driving. Seriously, the streets of York were designed to accommodate ox carts not cars, making the roads small and a pain to drive around, so unless you’re a local and/or a confident driver (who doesn’t plan to drink) then forget about it!
One activity that many of our customers have recommended is the “Ghost Tour.” There are several in the city and they normally start at 8pm so there’s plenty of time to partake in some spooky fun before heading to the pub afterwards to grab a calming pint. Trust us this is a great way to separate the “men from the mice” in your York stag group!
York is all about, pubs, pubs and more pubs! It is perfect for a pub crawl with ales of all kinds to sample, bars of all types to get drunk in, and women with strange accents to gawp at! "The Kings Arms" provides a river view and is crammed with eye-candy in the summer. Clubs are not York’s forte, as pubs rule the roost here. There are a handful of clubs, but the best one’s are in Leeds which is luckily only a £5 train journey away.