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Machine Gun Shooting - The groom may be a sharpshooter on Call of Duty, but how would he fare with a real-life AK in his mitts.
Jelly Wrestling - Two smoking hot bikini-clad babes, one giant pool of jelly and one very nervous looking groom... "Fiiiiighhht!"
Beer Bike - Sightseeing meets epic activity meets the boozer! The Beer Bicycle is potentially the complete stagtivity. You get to tour the city, in the open air, whilst enjoying some ice-cold beers.
Ice Hockey Spectating - Who doesn’t love a bit of sporting competition?! Although Ice Hockey isn’t particularly popular in the UK it’s one of Slovakia’s premier sports.
Hydrospeeding - ‘White water rafting?’ Done it! ‘Kayaking?’ Completed it, mate! ‘Hydrospeeding?’ You what-when-who-how?! This is water sports taken to the extreme.
Wine and beer tours here are a must-do as it’s impossible to cover the rich wealth of party places in Bratislava without a good guide.
It’s a great place to chill during the day, with Karpatska Street offering some seriously cool and alternative bars with a cultured feel. You’ll find the same on Nedblova Street where hipster hang-outs are everywhere.
After the sun goes down there’s a lengthy list of streets that prove popular with locals. Michaklsa, Venturska and Hviezdoslavovo Square are the hotspots with many boasting awesome rooftop terraces to view the unique architecture of the city.
"Barter like a gypsy but pay like a gentleman."
- Slovak proverb
Districts - Everything can be found in the Old Town which is pedestrianised and packed with dozens of superb bars, all within easy walking distance. There's even an area of bars known locally as 'The Bermuda Triangle' because so many people go there and aren't seen again for days. Many Old Town venues don't start filling up until 9-10pm but stay open until late if you're thinking of heading straight to breakfast like real men!
Sad Janka Krala - If you're looking for a quiet, wide-open space to let any tender stag heads recover the Sad Janke Krala park is an oasis of calm greenery to lie back and think of England until you're feeling human again.
Bratislava Castle - Situated on a hill above the Old Town, you’ll have great views across the city and the Danube.
Old Town - This is where you’ll find the best bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants and should be top of your ‘must do’ list.
UFO Bridge - The best part is the observation deck, located ninety-five metres off the ground, which has astonishing views of the city.
Magio Beach - We have two words for you: Imported. Sand. Enjoy a cocktail on the ‘beach’ in the summer!
Taxi 'schmaxi'! The old town is all entirely pedestrian-only.
Slovakia was formerly part of Czechoslovakia until 1989.
Touching the hat of Bratislava's statue of a man lying in a manhole is supposed to bring good luck. But it's also a popular peeing post for local dogs.
On foot. The Old Town is a relatively small area and everything is within easy walking distance (we can arrange transport for any activities outside the city centre). Our top transport tip is fly to Vienna (more flights and better prices) then get the bus from Vienna to Bratislava, which takes around 45 minutes and costs just €5.
Being a budget-friendly destination, your hard-earned cash goes a helluva lot further in Bratislava than a lot of other stag do destinations. That means you’ll save yourself more money for the beer kitty and more money to spend on epic stag adventures. So if you want to double the epicness be sure to head to Slovakia for the groom’s massive celebrations!
"Ahoj" - Hello
"Prosim" - Please
"Ďakujem" - Thank you
"Na zdravie!" - Cheers!
"Pivo prosím." - A beer, please.
"Dve pivá, prosím." - Two beers, please.
"Veľa piva, prosím." - Lots of beer, please.
"Ženích zaplatí za všetko" - The groom will pay for everything.
"Zatancovali by ste si so mnou?" - Would you like to dance with me?
"Nie." - No.
Selected airports across the north and south fly directly to Bratislava so you will be able to get there with relative ease (be sure to check beforehand).
The centre of the city is just a speedy twenty-minute drive from the airport (traffic dependent) so getting there is a doddle. Bratislava airport transports are the go-to option if you’re looking to avoid any hassle as they’ll be ready and waiting when your flight gets in to whisk you off into the centre of the city. However, there are direct buses and taxis outside if you’d prefer.
It seems a universal trait, but in Bratislava, as with most places, adding between 5 and 10 per cent onto your bill in a restaurant is the general rule of thumb. For drinks, you could just round up to the nearest euro or give a little extra if you’d like.
A bog-standard pint will cost you anywhere between €1.50 to €2 and a craft beverage can hit up to €5. Cheap, cheerful, downright delicious.
Scorching summer months give way to ice-cold winter weather, but with an incredible range of activities on offer, it’s great whenever you go!
17's Bar - "I am not a number, I am a free man!" ... Unless that number is 17. In which case show us the keys, we'll lock ourselves in chains if it means we never have to drink in a bar that isn't 17's ever again. Sample a fine range of Slovak beers as well as some of the city's best pub grub.
Quad Biking - What better to witness the beauty of the Slovak countryside than on the back of a four-wheeled 120cc beast of a quad bike?
Bratislava Castle - It looks a classic Bond villain's Baltic lair. "Ah Meeshter Bond, we've been ekshpecting you... It's your round!"
The Bridge of Chuck Norris - It's just a bike bridge, but it's worth seeing simply for the fact that the locals unanimously voted to change its name to celebrate the man behind Walker Texas Ranger.
Casa del Havana - Viva la fiesta! Twizzle your mustachios and chew on a Cuban cigar in the brilliant Casa del Havana, one of Bratislava's premier cocktail bars. The senoritas here are sensational and the drinks well worth seeking out on your Bratislava stag do. Vamos!
Identity Crisis? - Bratislava has had various names over the years. It's the Prince/Symbol/Slave of capital cities.
Beer Palace - It's a palace... Celebrating beer... Need we say more? This phenomenal bar sources its regal Urquell Pilsner from its very own original tanks, guaranteeing you one of the purest pints, not only in Bratislava, but in all of Europe. "Na zdravie!" (cheers!)
Andy Warhol - The famous American pop artist Andy Warhol's parents came from Slovakia, although that fact probably won't earn you your '15 minutes of fame'.
Lochness - Step off the streets of Bratislava and into this perfect pub that feels as if it's been imported straight from the Scottish highlands. Tuck into hearty pub grub, indulge in some seriously tasty whiskies and finish with a smoke in the cigar lounge. Aye, Lochness is just that good.
Indoor Go Karting - Stage your own Bratislava Grand Prix on the city's epic Indoor Go Karting track and take on the boys in wheel-to-wheel action.
Michalska Cocktail Room - Imagine an underground living room with more spirits than a Russian mafia den. That's Michalska Cocktail Room, one of Bratislava's best-kept secrets and one of the city's best (if not the best) bars. Although you won't find any signage, ask the barista at Urban Bistro for directions and make your way into this subterranean playground.
Stefan Banic - The inventor of the parachute was a local lad. We're not sure how many volunteers signed up for the first test flight.
Slovan Bratislava - One of two top-flight football sides in the city, Slovan Bratislava once beat Barcelona in the beautiful game. Ok, so it was back in 1969, but it still counts.
FC Petržalka Akadémia - The other half of the Bratislava derby are less successful than their counterparts - they haven't beaten Barcelona at all!
Bratislavsky Rozok - This unique sweet treat makes for one tasty delicacy. It's well worth seeking out while in Bratislava.
Most SNP Bridge - One of the city's most famous landmarks, the Most Slovensheko Narodneho Povstania is truly impressive. If the groom's scared of heights, it's the perfect day out!
Bobsleigh - Feel like the stag do is going downhill fast? Now it can in what is officially one of the most dangerous Olympic sports of all time.
420,000 - That's the average population of Bratislava, and you can expect to see a large proportion of that figure in the city's best clubs and bars on your big weekend.
The Club - Which club? THE club. This ever-popular venue is where Bratislava's laid-back, bohemian vibe meets the decadence of western Europe with LED light displays, hyperactive DJs and a gorgeous clientele who don't and won't stop dancing.
Hydrospeeding - Yep, this is as awesome as it sounds. Hydrospeeding is like one man white water rafter... with added danger!
Bar Rock - The Bar That Rocked. A story of an underground bar with guitars lining the walls, a free-spirited crowd, a retro jukebox and live music to bang your heads to like it's 1991 and you've just discovered Smells Like Teen Spirit. All told in some of the best cocktails and pints that the city has to offer.
Target Shooting - Allow the groom to release any nearly-wed frustrations before his big day by getting hands-on with some of the most powerful weapons known to man in this target shooting activity.
Foot Golf - A brilliant mash-up of two of the world's greatest sports, footgolf is a great addition to any Bratislava stag weekend.
Baby Nation - It wasn't until 1993 that Slovakia became a nation in its own right, with Bratislava as its capital.
Klubovna - The best beer gardens in Europe? The world's greatest pints? Slovakia's friendliest landlords? There's only one way to find out. Head to Klubovna and soak in the Bratislava sunshine or take in the laidback vibes indoors with delicious Eastern European pub grub.
HC Slovan - The biggest sports team in the city which is totally obsessed with ice hockey and treats its player's like gods.
Zorbing - If you've ever wanted to know what it's like to be placed into what resembles a giant, inflatable golf ball before being rolled down a hill, then Zorbing is the activity for you!
Monument of the Slovak National Uprising - Possibly the most modern monument we've ever seen, with the dullest name!
Bratislava Forest - Need some wide-open spaces to rest those aching hangovers? This should do the job!
BeAbout - Slovakia's brilliant BeAbout burger bars show the rest of Europe what everybody's favourite meat-and-bun-combo should really taste like. Bow down to the Royal Burger, loaded with beef, bacon and double cheddar, and let the BBQ sauce reign over you in all its majesty.
Bratislava - Stay up to date with all things Bratislava and see fantastic pictures of the city before you stay.
HC Sloven Bratislava - Get the lowdown on the city's number one sports team.
Welcome to Bratislava - More insider hints and tips on the best parties in town.
There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and incredible Bratislava stag weekends. Slovakia might have only "gone official" as a country as recently as 1993, but in the past two decades, its party capital has cemented itself as one of the world's must-see cities for its incredible underground clubs, vibrant pubs, packed bars and insane activities. And the best bit is that the Slovaks have kept the costs down to entice adventure-hungry blokes like you to their beer-fuelled shores. Couple that fact with StagWeb's low rates and your weekend funds won't just be intact, they'll be booming, leaving you with more in your pockets to treat the groom to a truly unforgettable last hurrah in Eastern Europe.
Stag Fact #1 - Bratislava has a bridge named after Walker Texas Ranger action hero Chuck Norris.
Bratislava is a truly eclectic city with its own UFO-shaped viewing platform (weird), nightclub-boxing rings with gorgeous girls strutting their stuff (weirder) and a former "Miss Wonderbra" with the world record for Longest Legs on a Supermodel (WTF... Show me a picture?). But knowing where to stray in this Slovak party paradise is even more of a head-scratcher, which is why we try out all our accommodation before sending out our groups. It's the only way we can be sure that you're in the perfect place to kick off your big weekend. Which, in Bratislava's case, is right in the city centre with the vibrant nightlife by the Danube riverside and the Old Town both within an easy walking distance from all our hotels, hostels and even Boatels. Yep, hotels on boats. Bratislava is that cool.
Stag Fact #2 - Bratislava boasts 10,000 beds for bleary-eyed stags to rest their heads.
The pre-wedding action you can take on in this city is, frankly, balls-and-quite-literally-everything-that-isn't-nailed-down-to-the-wall awesome. Nowhere else in Europe will you find such an epic smorgasbord of activities for your nearly-married gent to enjoy before he sacrifices his weekends to wandering aimlessly around IKEA and telling his mother-in-law how just much he enjoys her new curtains under the vicious gaze of his newly betrothed wife. There really is something for everybody, whether it's racing wheel to wheel on Bratislava's premier Go Karting track, navigating the extreme currents of the city's White Water Rafting course or giving the groom the scare of a lifetime and having the Stag Arrested.
Here are just a few of the greats...
Stag Fact #3 - Bratislava ranks 10th in the world for annual beer consumption
Dust yourselves off. After the days of did-that-just-happen activities comes this city's incredible nights, and a Bratislava stag weekend just isn't complete without the chance to wet the groom's head with a healthy amount of the finest Pilsner. The warm continental climate of the city also means that most of the amazing clubs, pubs and bars spill out onto the streets, creating an awesome summer vibe for most of the year (although in winter you will be glad that most of the clubs are underground). Add a side helping of gorgeous locals and it's not hard to see why most of Eastern Europe flocks to Bratislava in the warmer months to let loose and let the good times flow.
But you aren't like most of Eastern Europe. You're stags, lords of the night and masters of all you survey, so you need to be treated as such. That's exactly what we'll do by giving you the chance to go VIP on your big nights out so you can spend less time queuing and more time making memories for your groom-to-be.
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We've all been there. Planning a big weekend like this can be seriously trying even when you're just managing your own money. But when you're juggling everybody else's cash as well, including funds belonging to gents you possibly haven't even met, planning your Bratislava stag do can suddenly seem like a huge responsibility.
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