LNOF Guide to Prague
The resolutely cool, unequalled summit of aesthetic splendour and architectural style - coupled with a wickedly saucy underbelly that no other eastern European location can rival - make this is a city teaming with mind-boggling possibilities for any group. The women are sexy, the buildings and bridges are proof of creative genius, and its open-all-hours strip joints, nightclubs and bars are atmospheric, exciting and lively venues - perfect for stag weekends. And, believe us, it gets better.
The choices on offer during a trip to Prague are sufficient to fill up 20 different weekends, without pausing for breath. You want culture? They’ve got it. You want clubs, pubs and markets? No end of selection headaches for you here. Bundles of sights and activities prove that this is not merely the Gothic capital of drinking and high-cheekboned women, but a cosmopolitan hybrid of entertainment and grandeure. In short, we think that stag weekends in Prague are pretty bloody spiffing.
To label Prague as ‘the sex capital of eastern Europe’ is misleading and a little unfair. Though undoubtedly heavy in its quota of neon lights, strip clubs and all things gyratory - the Czech Republic’s capital is also a great venue for those who want their stag weekend built on good, old-fashioned boozing and bravado. With, perhaps a little karting or shooting thrown in for good measure…
The breathtaking spires and cobbled streets in and around Wenceslas Square, and Charles Bridge, are where you’ll spend much of your Prague stag weekend hours. Tourists, rugby clubs, hen parties and locals form a heaving mass of merry folk all out to find the best time possible, and this is a city which offers just as much in the dead of winter – when snowbound, especially – as it does in the heat of summer.
Gothic romance mixed with Absinth and thongs – if you’ve never been on a stag weekend in Prague, you really ought to correct that state of affairs pronto.