London Stag Do Zones - A Tale of 6 Cities
To make it easier for you to plan an unforgettable stag weekend, we have split lively London into six different zones. Find out more about each zone by selecting from the dropdown menu below.
Legendary London is one of the world’s most visited cities. It has an electric atmosphere that only a capital city can possess – and it’s the epicentre of all things cultural, with a seriously sinful underbelly. A stag do here is turned up ten notches, with a whole load of crazy thrown in for good measure.
London is very much a tale of six cities. There are so many diverse and vibrant areas in one massive and notoriously lively space. You’d be forgiven for thinking of Central London as soon as this stunning mecca is mentioned. This vast district is where you’ll find the major attractions – Big Ben, London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and Oxford Street. This is also the home of world-famous Soho – the nocturnal playground, housing reams of secret den-like bars and underground clubs.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, you’ll find West London. This area, of Made in Chelsea fame, is fit for a bunch of kings on a stag do. Literally – this is where Prince William and Harry regularly celebrate a night off from the monarchy. The East End of London is the cool, hip and younger brother of the West. It’s all hipster craft beer bars, renovated warehouse-style clubs, old-school pubs, food markets – alongside blokes in checked shirts, tortoise-shell glasses and retro trainers.
The expansive North London district, home to the stream of late night bars in Camden, is constantly bouncing with thousands of bright, young things. It’s one of the main partying hubs in the marvellous metropolis. Whereas South London, just over the river, is the new kid on the block, with a whole load of eccentric and quirky clubs, especially in Brixton – London’s nightlife institution. However, South-East is for those looking to experience life as a wealthy Londoner – especially in the posh Canary Wharf and Docklands district.
London stag weekends are full of endless possibilities, with epic and action-packed activities – including BMX riding at the Olympic Velodrome, indoor karting at the biggest track in the city, and paintballing at an underground bunker. And, if you don’t have time to see the old Baked Bean (Queen) on your stag do, we’re sure she’ll understand.