Dial up the crazy and get ready to live it up in style as you and the boys head to one of the biggest party cities Europe has ever seen with the help of StagWeb.Plan your Bucharest stag do
Nomad Sky Bar - This vibrant rooftop bar is a great place to relax and recline with a few man cocktails by day. By night it turns into a buzzing party venue.
Happy Pub - The craft beer revolution is taking the planet by storm – and we for one are loving it. Head to the brilliantly named Happy Pub for the largest selection of craft brews in the country.
The Drunken Lords - Fit for the stag royalty that you are, the Drunken Lords is an epic drinking haunt with live music and sporting action on offer.
April - International Light Festival - Videos and multi-coloured pictures are projected onto famous landmarks.
May - Bucharest Wine Fair - Sample the national tipples as you swill, slurp and glug like a local.
September - Balkanik Music Festival - A lively event which draws in acts from all over the globe.
"El águila no se entretiene en cazar moscas."
- Spanish Proverb (The eagle doesn't waste time hunting flies.)
Like most Eastern European party nations, the Old Town is the electric nightlife hub. Whether you’re on the hunt for bars, clubs or restaurants, you won’t be short of options in this energetic district.
Must See... - Palace of Parliament - This impressive building in the heart of the city makes for one hell of a backdrop for that epic squad selfie. It also happens to be the world’s heaviest building - they aren’t lying, we couldn’t pick it up and Jon from our accounts department goes to the gym every other Wednesday!
Romania is the fifth booziest nation on earth in terms of alcohol consumption per year.
It is also home to the “world’s best driving road” according to Jeremy Clarkson.
The country is one of the best places for 4G internet in the world – so you can upload those embarrassing photos of the groom to Instagram in a flash!
And they hold the Guinness World Record for the world’s longest sausage, measuring a whopping thirty-nine miles. “Hope you’re hungry, gents!”
Also, it’s the famous birthplace of Count Dracula: “Garlic at the ready, fellas!”
Eats - Sarmale (Cabbage Rolls) - OK, we admit it, the words ‘Cabbage Rolls’ doesn’t scream delicious, but they are actually incredible. They are expertly constructed with meat, rice and veg, rolled in cabbage leaves and then slow-cooked so they are extra tender.
Drinks - Tuica - This plum-based spirit is the nation’s favourite drink which will warm your cockles and put hair on your eyeballs.
The city is chocked-full of bus and tram stops - tickets can be purchased from booths dotted around the town. There’s also a great little Metro system too, but you can just as easily hop in a taxi or just stroll about on foot, particularly if you’re staying in one specific district like the Old Town.
“Salut” - Hello
“Vӑ rog” - Please
“Mulţumesc” - Thank you
“Noroc” - Cheers
“O bere, vӑ rog” - A beer, please
“Douӑ beri, vӑ rog” - Two beers, please
“Multe beri, te rog” - Lots of beers, please
“Pune-l în fila mirelui” - Put it on the groom’s tab
“Scuzati-mӑ, pot sӑ am peruca înapoi? A Cӑzut când am fӑcut foc” - Excuse me, can I have my wig back? It fell off when I was flossing
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