All central European cities have some things in common – Storming nightlife, beautiful women, cheap drinks and eats, high adrenaline activities but each city is a bit different, as well. Here are the cities and the hows:
The city is bigger than the average in the region and bit spread out. This is good and bad. Good because it offers many areas with many venues and a very low saturation of stag parties. This is bad because if you don’t know where to go, you’re far less likely to find the good spots.
Highlight activities – take a riverboat loaded with strippers and eat sushi from a living table on a relaxing tour down the river Danube. Trabant rally – old soviet era cars on tour to the country for a pub lunch.
Highlight venue – 4play lounge strip club – by far one of the best in the region. It’s owned and managed by expats so you know it’s got to be good.
Why NOT Budapest – there’s no real old town center. If you want an easy to walk, beautiful old town center try Krakow, Riga or Bratislava.
A beautiful city, lots of students, open-air performances in the many squares, and over four hundred pubs give Krakow a great vibe. The city is small enough to wonder around tripping into bars and hot women. It’s large enough to offer a wide range of venues.
Highlight activity – Pub crawl – not your same ol’. Krakow has a plethora of cool pubs, but considering all the underground venues, alleys, and back streets you need to know where to find them. Guides are definitely recommended.
Why NOT Krakow – Given the city was home to the late JP II, it is somewhat conservative. Therefore the strip clubs lag a bit behind the rest of the region. If you like your strippies try Budapest.
Stag weekends in Riga are the best way to send the stag off in an unforgettable style. You have probably been told about the sightseeing potential already - but what about the smoking hot women here? ... And its not just that they are fabolous, but as a fact the female population is much higher than the male - it is about 60% female and 40% male - and as the Russian language is used often, this means that you can also find many Russian beauties here. The food is great, the drinks are cheap and there are dozens of action-packed stag activities to choose from.
Riga's nightlife boasts a number of large, glitzy clubs, which are a haeven for fashion-conscious high-rollers - and often attract big-name DJs from around the world. These venues are made for people watching - the women are breathtaking.
Highlight activity all year round - Sauna party - A more modern version of the traditional Latvian spa experience, without the whole being beaten with dried birch branches thing, just booze and birds.
Why NOT Riga - as it has a small town center, its is very likely that you will pop into other stag groups. For a greater variaty of places visit Budapest or Warsaw.
The Slovak capital has all the ingredients for a stag party, and we are here to make it happen. The old town of Bratislava is one of the best places in Europe for birdwatching. There are plenty of hidden drinking dens serving fantastic local brews as the key ingredient to Slovak nightlife is an enthusiastic beer culture. The amber nectar just keeps on coming, whether you ask for it or not - and there's no doubt you will.
Today's city is increasingly cosmopolitan and you will find a wide selection of restaurants, ranging from cheap, filling and very cheerful pub food to swanky eateries serving international fare with a Slovak twist.
By night, Slovakian girls are not only heartbreakingly beautiful, they also love to party, and often prowl the bars and clubs of Bratislava in large groups. They love to practice their English, to chat and to be chatted up, but you will have to play your cards carefully to get anything more than an innocent peck on the cheek.
Highlight activity - White water rafting - Experience the thrills of white water rafting at Slovakia's top championship rafting center. This activity is great for beginners and advanced rafters alike. The man-made water sports center is used frequently for championship events in Slovakia and Europe.
Why NOT Bratislava - the town itself is rather tiny and it is most likely that you will end up meeting plenty of other tourists. If you don't like to be in the spotlight then see Budapest or Warsaw.