Dublin never ceases to fascinate its stag do guests with an irresistible mix of vibrant nightlife, remarkable history and more activities than you could shake a stick at! The party capital of Ireland skilfully mixes all the right ingredients for a Dublin stag weekend to remember: hip bars and nightclubs, alluring strip clubs, great restaurants and a lively atmosphere - perfect for an epic weekend. Best known as the birthplace of famous party fuels such as the creamy Guinness and the perfectly-balanced Jameson and a popular shopping destination for both locals and tourists, so whether you're in for a die-hard drinking session with your mates or to prove your manliness with thrill-seeking activities, Dublin will certainly deliver!
A Viking settling at its origins, Dublin is the capital of Ireland and one of Europe's top travel destinations, attracting millions of tourists each year. The city is best known for its impressive history, rich cultural heritage, beautiful buildings and striking nearby seaside, but there's much more to it than meets the eye: its true charm and character are given by its residents, famous for their openness and friendly attitude. Thus, if you truly want to feel the intoxicating vibe, on your Dublin stag weekend interacting with the locals is the best way to immerse yourself in the city's atmosphere and to experience its authenticity.
With an average flight time to Dublin of just over one hour, the best way to get there is by air. Since many budget airlines also fly to Dublin from all across the UK, bargain flights can easily be found throughout the year, making it a very accessible destination for a weekend stag do.
Navigating the city itself is also easy, with loads of transportation options available for every budget. The bus is a fast, reliable and cost effective way to travel around while the city tram is ideal for exploring the surroundings on your Dublin stag weekend. However, if you want to discover Dublin's hidden gems such as small music venues, quaint bistros, heritage pubs and flamboyant clubs, then walking is the best way to do so.
With so many famous hotspots and activities fit for an alpha stag, a Dublin stag weekend is bound to be of epic proportions. This city is not meant for run-of-the-mill parties but for wild nights generously spiced with invigorating drinks, stunning beauties, funky music and, of course, the unmatched Irish humour.
The city's pulsating nightlife is best experienced in the Temple Bar area on the south side of the River Liffey. Here's is where you'll find plenty of distractions for you and your mates, ranging from restaurants and pubs to cocktail bars (with Buskers and Vintage Cocktail Club among the most famous) and fancy nightclubs for indulge in on your Dublin stag weekend.
And when you're ready to explore your wildest fantasies, head out to Lapello and Angel's Lap Dancing Club, where the delicious and fun-loving dancers are going to bless you with the steamiest experience of your lifetime.
If you're looking for a more relaxed atmosphere then you should definitely check out Grafton Street, home to some lovely wine bars and traditional pubs where you can treat yourself with a proper Guinness. The are so many different activities to choose from, sometimes it is easier to look at out Dublin stag weekend packages.
Daytime also provides plenty of opportunities to have fun and let off steam, for both laid-back lads and alpha stags that can't say no to adventure. From relaxing activities such as golf, river cruising, city tours, whiskey tasting to sports tailored to serve you a good adrenaline portion such as paintball, rafting, karting and mountain biking, Dublin can surely please each and every taste, leaving no need unattended and no stag unsatisfied after a stag do here.
Not-to-miss landmarks include the Guinness Storehouse, Kilmainham Gaol - Ireland's most famous prison, Dublin Castle, The Porterhouse - Dublin's oldest microbrewery pub which only sells its own label of beers, The Creative Quarter - a hip and great area to hang-out, The Liberties - where you'll find the best antique and art galleries, Stag's Head pub and Club M - Dublin's oldest club. And if you fancy a bit of art and culture as well, then you should know that entry to Dublin's galleries and top museums is completely free, which means you can see the paintings of Caravaggio and Jack Yeats at the National Gallery and the mummified bodies at the National Museum of Archeology with no expense whatsoever.