With herds of stags across the globe choosing Tallinn to celebrate the dusk of their single days, it’s quite clear this famously photogenic city offers much more to its visitors than striking culture and delicious Estonian cuisine. Of course, the cheap beer and scores of bars make Tallinn an attractive choice for a stag do; however, it’s the variety of activities that have ensured it remains a favourite destination for our stags.
Imagine the delighted faces when the Strip Limo Airport Transfer rolls up at the taxi rank offering a dirty strip tease and a bottle of Champagne in place of awkward taxi talk, followed by some “friendly” competition with an AK-47, a Glock or a Marlin at the Shooting range; once you’re finished up there (as we should probably advise against mixing the two) visualise yourself hopping on to the ever popular Party Tram to start as you mean to go on. Sound like a stag do made in (a morally questionable) heaven? Then Tallinn is the place for you. That said, whether you’re on the hunt for a stag do that’s rather classy, or a little brassy, this place really has it all.
This great city offers almost 30 rather eclectic activities for you to choose from to ensure there’ll never be a dull moment, even if you were forced to invite Uncle Pete against your better judgement. We have plenty of ideas to help you book up the lighter hours of the weekend.
If you’re looking to fill your day with bragging rights fully expended by all, there’s lots adrenaline fuelled activities to choose from; for rally-style sprinting in one of Europe’s greatest retro cars, give Lada racing a go, or kick the testosterone levels up a notch at the Demolition Derby; dodgems on adrenaline, the aim of the Derby game is to simply ram into each other until the car is, well, demolished.
Of course, if it’s impossible to leave football back home for a few days, there’s the essential 5-a-side Football to take up a few hours of your weekend; you’ll even get a cold a beer box at the end as an extra treat. Lastly, for something truly unforgettable whilst your pack are visiting Eastern Europe, head into the winter hills of Estonia and try your hand at Husky sledding with some very adorable huskies; just don’t forget your bobble hat!
Food with a unique Russian and European influence is plentiful in this beautiful corner of the word, ; however if you have a royally large appetite, you can choose to eat like a king at the Medieval Banquet. Take a trip back in time where the there’s enough meat and beer to feed an army; just keep the stag away from the beautiful wenches.
As for Tallinn’s nightlife, Estonians love their beer so you won’t have trouble finding a great bar serving cheap ale in the Old town. However, if you want to make sure you make the most of what’s on offer, sign up to the Guided Bar Crawl. You also can’t visit Tallinn without stepping foot in the famous Beerhouse; an Old Town stronghold and tourist favourite serving a range of beer and traditional Estonian dishes. Of course, for those still standing there are impressive nightclubs, including Venus and Club Vabank, to finish your night in style (or shame, you choose). Terviseks!