a little more about a Ljubljana stag do
Ljubljana and the majestic Slovenian countryside present a wealth of stag weekend activity and adventure. The pinnacle of Ljubljana stag weekend activity experiences are available to you as a StagWeb group, but don't just take our word for it, join thousands of delighted clients and put us to the test. Find flights to Ljubljana and grab some bargains, see our Ljubljana flight page here.
Ljubljana has all the excitement and quality nightlife of the big European cities such as Prague and Budapest, while being pint sized in comparison. The small city boasts first rate activities, an electric nightlife and stunning surroundings.
Over the past few years a good night out in Ljubljana has become an incredible one - food and drinks are cheap, the women are stunning and the bars are full of friendly locals who’re out to have a good time. There are excellent clubs - including one on the roof of the huge Nama department store which has amazing views of the castle at night. Look out for some big name DJ’s as you and the boys make the most of your guestlist entry into the night. During the summer the city goes almost Mediterranean, with cafes, bars and clubs staying open well into the early hours and the city’s main square, Prešernov Trg, being packed with revellers until gone 3am.
Ljubljana, with its fantastic range of stag activities, can also offer a jam-packed stag itinerary. Start Saturday with some white water rafting to get your adrenaline pumping before an afternoon hydrospeeding at an excellent Slovene venue. Not forgetting the fantastic skiing and snowboarding available. Then it’s on to the big stag night - begin with a delicious dinner on a strip boat, before disembarking and cruising over to a first rate Ljubljana casino. After that we’ll organise a top bar tour around the best waterholes in the city before setting you up for queue jump and guestlist entry to terrific nightclubs.
Overall Ljubljana is a terrific place to head with the boys - the prices are excellent, the nightlife’s wild, the activities are varied and there’s a huge range of great things to see.
when to go to LjubljanaIn July and August the average temperature’s a pleasing 25 degrees but in December and January it falls to average -1 degrees.
In terms of annual events, the Wine Fair kicks off in February with a huge range of wines from all over and a chance to sample them, and in March there’s The Shrovetide including celebrations and carnivals that see people partying all day. In May there’s the huge SKIS Market, a huge fiesta with clubs from all over Slovenia gathering to present their local particularities, including food, drink and sights. In June there’s the Ljubljana Jazz Festival and then in July Festival Ljubljana hits the streets with a huge range of music and theatre. In November there’s the Ljubljana International Film Festival and in December the Holiday Winter Fair is worth a visit; Christmas gifts, foods and drinks are set in the Old Town and the area comes alive with celebrations.
No matter which month you decide to head to the Slovenian city with the lads, there’s sure to be something going on.
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