Your Personal Stag Do Expert
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business, and if you get it wrong you're going to look like a right chump. All our customers get their own personal stag do manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the stag do is a complete success.
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When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
You've probably heard that Guinness is better in Dublin; turns out, the same goes for stag dos.
Dublin In a Nutshell
- Home to over 750 pubs and 1,000 years of history.
- Dublin Bay hauls in deliciously fresh seafood, including prawns, mussels and banging fish and chips.
- The birthplace of Riverdance, literary heavyweights and music legends like U2, Sinead O’Connor and erm, Jedward.
Dublin’s mind-boggling pub to person ratio (1 pub to every 1,600 people) makes it a no-brainer for stag weekends and one of our most booked European stag destinations. This is enhanced by a proud drinking culture, distinguished in the popular imagination by Irish pub songs, good ‘craic’ and almost Olympic levels of stamina. Temple Bar sees thousands of merry punters descend its cobbled streets, while Wexden and Camden Streets offer a discernible edge of counterculture.
Step inside the Guinness Storehouse (Ireland’s biggest tourist attraction) and discover the origins of its coveted liquid gold. North of the Liffey River you’ll find locals sat in centuries-old traditional pubs, ready to spin a yarn should you order them a pint of Guinness.
Just as ‘Irish champagne’ runs through many a barside tap, Dublin overflows with history. Heritage is palpable in the stone walls of 800-year-old Dublin Castle, and the striking Christ Church Cathedral, with several famous Irish leaders buried in the crypts below.
Yet the best thing about Dublin may just be its people; made of the same stuff as world-famous authors and poets, Dubliners are blessed with the gift of the gab - keeping the romance of their fair old city alive and kicking within many a peeling pub wall. Visiting Dublin, for many people, is a sort of pilgrimage: one that you’ll be making again and again.
Dublin Neighbourhood Guide
Enshrined in the works of James Joyce and Oscar Wilde, Dublin’s neighbourhoods are endlessly inspiring
Perched on the south bank of the River Liffey, Temple Bar is Dublin’s best-known district, synonymous with sightseeing, buskers and winding cobbled streets. It’s also the centre of the Republic of Ireland’s most important cultural institutions, including the Irish Film Institute and the Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, housed inside a former clothing factory. Beyond the graffiti trail and vintage clothing markets, you’ll find a haven for hedonistic nightlife; it is, after all, Dublin’s nightlife capital by a country mile.
Dublin’s widest street is also its unofficial centre, fringed by historic architecture like the General Post Office and the Spire of Dublin (or ‘Needle’ - the world’s tallest sculpture). Expect busy transport hubs, crowds and a buzzing atmosphere, full of bucket list attractions like the James Joyce statue O’Connell Monument.
St Stephen’s Green
Dublin’s favourite park is surrounded by gorgeous Georgian architecture, creating a serious case of postcode envy. This wasn’t always the case: it was once the site of public hangings and had a notorious reputation for crime and misdeeds. Nowadays you’ll find blooming flowerbeds, trendy pubs and some of Dublin’s best museums, including the National Museum of Ireland.
Trendy Portobello (aka Dublin’s Shoreditch), taps into the city’s alternative side, with edgy bars and brunch spots just a stone’s throw from the centre. Like its kindred spirit across the Irish Sea, it is undergoing fast gentrification, seeing legendary haunts like The Bernard Shaw closing down to much public uproar. Get here quick to experience nightlife institutions of the Dublin old guard.
Top Dublin Stag Ideas
In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are so pretty, you’ll fall for these excellent Dublin stag do activities.
- Guinness and whiskey galore
Drink in the history of Ireland’s liquid gold, touring through the world-famousGuinness Storehouse:an interactive museum housed inside the birthplace of the black stuff. End your visit with a pint at the Gravity Bar (where panoramic views await). If whiskey’s more your tipple, theJameson’s distillery touroffers tastings and enough triple-distillation trivia to satisfy even the most hardcore fans.
- Be champions of the Stag Challenge
- Tame the River Liffey
Paddle down Dublin’s gorgeous River Liffey and let the fresh air cure your hangover. Be prepared to get wet, as the route follows fourwhite-water wiersthat’ll easily knock you off your dinghy!
- Race and roll to Dublin’s best pubs
Take on your mates in anepic go-karting Grand Prix, with the best drivers battling for a place on the podium. If you’re after something more boozy, Dublin’s Rolling Bar Pub Tour offers a rollicking good time aboard anopen-air pedibus- driving your gang to four pubs, with complimentary shots to boot.
- Paint the town green
Drink your weight in Guinness onChillisauce’s Irish Bar Crawl, where an expert guide will take you to five of the best local haunts for a true Irish booze-up. The ExclusiveBeauties Bar Crawlis hosted by a team of beer maids, keen to share their knowledge, orchestrate drinking games and hand out devilish forfeits.