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What a fantastic weekend in Lisbon and all made so effortless by StagWeb. From arranging the plan to the trip itself it was all top notch from StagWeb. Would recommend to anyone looking to book a weekend for a large group!
There’s a buzz in this capital city that is utterly unique to Portugal. Nights start early and you’ll find the time flies by, taking you into the early morning.
Bairro Alto is a trendy quarter with cosy wine bars on narrow streets full of a fun mix of locals and tourists alike. If you fancy a seafront drinking experience, Cais Gas hosts a vibrant little hive of bars to soak up the sun whilst you drink. In the North East of the city, you’ll find the more modern establishments that boast some pretty sweet seafront rooftop joints where you can see for miles.
Santo Amaro docks are also a stag-friendly hang out with a great view of the boats coming in and out whilst you and the guys have some chill time.
The oldest part of the city and well worth a visit is the Alfama, however the big nightlife and best bars and clubs can all be found close to our stag accommodation options in the Bairro Alto (Upper Town).
Parque Das Nacoes - If you're looking for somewhere to rest your wearing hangovers then this 21st-century park is a great place to hang out. Alternatively, a quick skip up all 145 metres of the Vasco da Gama Tower should sort the lads’ heads out.
In 1755 a massive earthquake assumed to have hit 8.9 on the Richter Scale virtually destroyed the city, killing 40,000 people. The quake could be felt as far away as Norway and Scotland.
One thing that did survive is a hidden Roman underworld with chambers, bridges, rooms, corridors and it’s, incredibly, in a complete condition. The remains lie beneath the modern city but are only open two days a year due to safety issues.
Portugal is one of the few European nations who played no official part in World War II.
Eats - Cafe De Sao Bento Meat-eaters will have plenty to sink their teeth into at one of Lisbon’s 10 best restaurants and without doubt the finest steakhouse in the city, with top-class meat imported from Argentina.
Drinks - If you’re looking for a traditional Portuguese drink a Poncha is an interesting tipple. It is the origin of Brazilian Caipirinhas made from sugar cane, honey and lemon but does taste a little like a cold cure (you have been warned). For lager lovers, Super Bock is the local brew and can be found in most bars.
By Foot - When you're staying right in the centre, walking is your best bet. Everything you’ll want to see is just a short wander away.
By Bicycle - Why not use pedal power to get around when you visit Lisbon? Cycle hire is a really popular business here in the city and it’s a nippy way to get about, as well as a great opportunity to see plenty of sights.
By Metro - The underground metro system here is really effective and even though the announcements are all in Portuguese, the map is simple to use and the billing machines bilingual.
Ola - Hello
Por favour – Please
Obrigada - Thank you
A cerveja, por favour? - A beer, please?
Duas cervejas por favour? - Two beers, please?
Centenas de cervejas por favour? - Lots of beers, please?
...e um grande bife! - ...and a very large steak!
Este senhor vai pagar tudo. - This gentleman will pay for everything.
O meu hovercraft está cheio de enguias - My hovercraft is full of eels.
Eu sou um campeão de dança. - I am a dance champion.
London, Edinburgh and Manchester all offer direct flights to Lisbon taking between 2 hrs 30 mins and 3 hrs 15 mins. Be sure to check early for the best prices and availability.
The city centre is 9 kilometres from the airport, so it’ll take roughly 25 minutes to get to the middle of the city if you’re getting there by car. There are buses outside running regularly which will take you to the heart of Lisbon and there’s also a handy Metro system which is cheap and quick. However, faffing about with public transport can be a pain, particularly if there’s a large group of you, so why not take the hassle out of proceedings by booking up a Lisbon airport transfer (speak to a member of our team about adding it to your package).
10 per cent tips are standard for restaurants – if you’ve had good service, that is! Tipping in bars isn’t necessarily expected but it’s always nice to round up a couple of euros.
Lisbon is surprisingly cheap and you can pick up a beer for around €2! A weekend in Lisbon has never sounded so good!
If you and the boys are looking for that untouched stag destination and fancy some sun, sea, sand & golfing action then a Lisbon stag do is right up your “rua” (that's Portuguese for street... you're welcome). Jam packed with adventure and with an amazing reputation as a great party city, legendary Lisbon offers something different than the rest. With world class golf courses, hilarious Go Cars and some motorsport go karting action, there's plenty on offer and the clubs are among the best in Europe! Like the Albufeira one of the main reasons for heading to Lisbon for a stag do is the sensational golf courses, if you have golfers among your group then they'll love you for this one! You're less than a 2 hour flight away from some of the best courses in Europe... So what are you waiting for? Take a look at our ready-made packages or build your own Lisbon stag do here.
Lisbon's a terrific place for golf lovers with world-class golf courses featuring some of the most spectacular settings you'll ever enjoy while playing a round, there's something for golfers whether you're playing off scratch or hacking out your first ever 18 holes. Alongside excellent golf is the sun, sea and sand that will make your Lisbon stag do go with a swing, as well as excellent shark fishing (yes, shark fishing!) to be done. With traditional Lisbon trams ferrying people around day and night, the atmosphere's alive, the setting's striking and the city's a top stag do destination.
Lisbon Stag Facts
Lisbon's Vasco da Gama Bridge is the longest bridge in Europe and the world record for the largest dining table was set when 15,000 people were served lunch on the bridge!
On top of all of that there are plenty of activities to do on your Lisbon stag weekend. Begin Saturday with paintball at the best venue in the city, and follow it up with some go karting to keep the adrenaline pumping. Fill the afternoon with a high ropes course and start the evening like Jose Mourinho with some fine port tasting.
Any truly epic Lisbon stag weekend should feature a trip to Europe's largest casino where all your party can dance with lady luck before watching the dancing girls take to the stage. If you really want to get a taste of the city then during your Lisbon stag weekend we can organise a guided pub crawl around the best bars in the city complete with your own interpreter. Having your own interpreter will make your Lisbon stag do feel just like a fancy summit meeting except with a lot more alcohol and the possible inclusion of lap dancers. Then it's on to guestlist nightclubbing - VIP entry and queue jump to the best clubs in Lisbon. On Sunday make the most of your last few hours with a round of golf.
No matter what you decide to do, if you're celebrating a stag weekend in Lisbon, you're guaranteed a quality time.
You all have a chance to top up your tans during your Lisbon stag weekend as the city has a fantastic climate, especially during the summer months.
In November there's the International Automobile Show for any petrol heads, then in December there's the annual Lisbon Marathon. Also in December is the Musidancas Festival and New Year celebrations. In January there's the Winter Festival with art and music, as well as the International Travel Show. May sees the Rock in Rio Festival starting, with international bands playing on three stages.
The Lisbon Half Marathon in March is one of the most attended events of its kind in the world. In April the 'Lisbon Fish and Flavours’ festival takes to the streets with delicious gourmet seafood and August until May is the Sporting Lisbon Liga Sagres Football Season.
Every Tuesday and Thursday in the city there's the huge Thieves' Market, selling a bit of everything. Although we should probably point out that you do have to pay for stuff just to avoid any confusion or awkward incidents with Senor Plod.
If you've never had the pleasure of the Portuguese capital then we really cannot recommend it highly enough. As a pound for pound stag party option a Lisbon stag party really does tick so many boxes; great climate, great golf courses, incredible nightlife, epic stag activities and challenges to keep the lads going between hangovers superb food. It's a city that was born to party. The only thing that's missing is you, so ask today how to get a great price on a Lisbon stag party.
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