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.
Manage Everything On Your Phone
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!
Cheap beer and a relaxed attitude to life, set against jaw-dropping scenery: it goes without saying that Prague is well-worth Czeching out.
Prague in a nutshell
· Smack bang in the heart of Europe, with breathtaking UNESCO-recognised architecture. · Cheap, top-notch locally brewed beer like Staropramen and Budweiser Budvar. · A buzzing nightlife scene, with ample bars and clubs to get the party started.
Beer is a big deal in Prague: the average local drinks 140+ litres of the stuff per year, which is more than any other country on Earth. In fact, the Czechs think of beer (which goes by nicknames like ‘liquid bread’) as a standard at mealtimes - and it’s often cheaper than water! You’ll spot easy-drinking Pilsner Urquell just about everywhere, but it pays to explore the unique handiwork of Prague’s countless local breweries.
You’ll have no trouble finding bars and clubs perfect for stag dos in Prague: think cosy pubs in the Old Town, trendy bars in the Žižkov neighbourhood, and the notorious Karlovy lázně nightclub which stays open until the sun comes up. But you’ll want to give yourself some time to explore the city, too. Prague is easy to get around on foot, which is the best way to take in all the historic architecture; or consider heading out via Segway for some added thrill. Be sure to check out sights like the 14th-century Charles Bridge, the stunning hilltop Prague Castle (the largest castle in the world), and the beautiful River Vltava to experience the Czech capital in all its glory.
When in Prague, go hard or go home – and remember Czech yourself before you wreck yourself.
Unique Stag Ideas
After beer-biking, zorbing and jelly-wrestling through these stag activities, you’ll learn Prague is not just a pretty face.
Prague Neighbourhood Guide
Prague serves up a view of just about every imaginable architectural style and atmosphere, no matter which of its buzzing neighbourhoods you stay in.
If Prague is all about medieval charm and history for you, then the Old Town Staré Město neighbourhood is the place to stay. Not only is it centrally located for many of the most popular traditional Czech-style watering holes, its higgedly-piggedly cobbled streets also lead to the Old Town Square, with its imposing Church of Our Lady before Týn and the curious Prague Orloj astronomical clock.
It’s not the cheapest neighbourhood in Prague but, despite the name, Malá Strana or the Lesser Town is the place to stay if you want to experience a little of the high life during your stag do. Malá Strana’s location right along the Vltava River is especially charming, and being at the top of a hill gives you breathtaking views back over the Old Town. Leave a message on the area’s famous John Lennon Wall, spot peacocks as you wander through the manicured 17th-century Wallenstein Garden, and then nurse a local Budweiser in one of the area’s many traditional Czech pubs.
Prague isn’t only about old stuff, and staying in modern Nové Město – the New Town – means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to bars and clubs. Wenceslas Square is right on your doorstep, and there’s the Palladium shopping centre, National Theatre and Municipal House concert hall if they’re more your bag. You’ll also get more of a feel for the ‘real’ Prague of locals than in the beautiful but touristy Old Town. That means it’s also a wise choice if you’re on a bit of a budget, since accommodation prices tend to be slightly lower in Nové Město than elsewhere in the city.
Staying in Letná means forsaking some of the convenience of staying in the city centre – but if you’re happy to hop on the metro, the trade-off is a trendy, local-feeling vibe and great spots like Letna-Schlösschen beer garden to chill out with a few cold ones and views over the city. You’re close enough to catch the footie at Sparta Prague’s Generali Arena (also called the Letná Stadium), and history buffs can get their fill of vintage Czech cars and telescopes at the National Technical Museum.
Read more in ourPrague Stag Guide.