Stag parties: Cheapest European cities to celebrate your last night of freedom
STAG party Brits should go to Eastern Europe to get the best value for money.
A survey found the Czech city of Brno is the cheapest of 23 popular stag-do destinations in Europe.
An average two-night stay with plenty of Budvar lager thrown in works out at just £281.92.
Following closely behind is the Slovakian capital Bratislava, where a weekend break is usually around £283.51.
If you’re thinking of going on a stag do soon, you’re in luck: the Daily Star and Mirror recently published important information on where gets you the most bang for your buck. As it were. But is this really news? Or just PR?
“Stags and their mates who make it to Eastern Europe and further afield often find that the extra hour or so on the plane makes a big difference, as their accommodation, food and drinks are much cheaper,” said Rasmus Christiansen from Pissup.com.
“It also means they have more spare cash to use for some adrenaline pumping fun, shooting machine guns, riding quads through forests and sampling other local delights.”
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