LNOF Guide to Warsaw
The first thing you'll notice about Warsaw is the skyline - an impressive collection of skyscrapers to rival any European city that point to its status as a major economic hub both nationally and internationally. Dig a tiny amount deeper and you'll find an armoury of pubs, bars, underground nightclubs, restaurants, hotels and health spas that kit Warsaw up as a fantastic stag weekend location. It might not be as big a name in the stag weekend world as your Pragues, Budapests or Rigas, but believe us when we say that its every bit as capable of providing a varied and exciting weekend to remember. Or not remember, as the case may be.
During the day, once you've slept, eaten, or just plain stubbornly ignored away the hangovers, we can organise a huge array of daytime activities in Warsaw. Everything from shooting packages to sightseeing flights and hovercrafts to skydiving simulators are available. If you're wanting to ease yourselves back into things then wander down to the Old Town Market Square. Systematically destroyed by the German Army after the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, it has since been restored to its beautiful prewar appearance and contains a number of charming bars and restaurants where (presumably mustachioed) Polish landlords will happily serve up cheap, cold flagons of beer to take the edge off and get the party started once again.
Warsaw is becoming hot property at the weekends, a fact borne out by the huge volumes of students frequenting its elite nightclubs and intriguing underground venues. The city's highly modern face is set in a backdrop of historical and cultural wealth, as characterised by the atmospheric Old Town district and numerous stunning palaces and churches. The overall combination makes Warsaw an interesting, original and fun location for any group of open-minded revellers, so whether shooting, eating, drinking or dancing, every one of the boys will be thanking you personally for sorting them out in a city fast becoming a location to savour for many adventurous stag groups. Bundles of fun and knee-deep in style – that’s Warsaw stag weekends.