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When it comes to hosting legendary stag dos, Eastern Europe never disappoints and neither does the Polish city of Krakow. With cool late-night bars on the popular Market Square and tons of fun stuff to do throughout the city, Krakow is the perfect place to throw one cracking last night of freedom.
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Krakow is home to some of the coolest bars in Poland and will certainly have you ‘cracking on’ until the early hours. The town centre is the place to be on an evening, with bars and clubs lining the medieval Market Square and cool cocktail bars in Kazimierz, the city’s historic Jewish Quarter. There’s tons of stuff to do too, from strip limo airport transfers to shooting AK-47s, it’s every lads dream for one wild stag do in Krakow.
Krakow’s medieval Market Square dates back to the 13th century and is popular with historical enthusiasts and stag dos alike. Centred around the antique Cloth Hall, popular bars and clubs line the streets offering premium vodka and gorgeous girls. If you’re more Zubrowka cocktails than shots however, then head over to the laid-back B4 which is the perfect spot for cool stags looking for a laid-back evening.
Kazimierz is the place to head for chic cocktails and banging beers. The stripped back Piękny Pies doesn’t strike as your typical stag do night out, but what they lack in wallpaper they make up for in authentic polish piwo (that’s beer to me and you). La Habana Bar however will transport you from chilly Poland to the sunnier climbs of Cuba with their delicious mojitos.
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Krakow’s nightlife was almost designed with stag dos in mind, with Market Square and Kazimierz literally in neighbouring err, neighbourhoods – perfect for navigating those all-important bar crawls. With pints averaging just over £2, Krakow is perfect for stag dos looking to get value for money.
Rynek Glówny 8
This is one of the oldest clubs in the city and is located in the heart of the Krakow action, just by the main market square. This is a great place to enjoy cocktails and drinks inside or in the warm season, by the outside tables. The nightlife is class here with some of the biggest hits playing and dance action lasting until the early hours.
Opening Times: Until late
Budda Cocktail Bar
Rynek Glówny 6, 30-001
If you’re looking for something a little more sophisticated in your cocktails, then head over to the Budda Bar, located towards the centre of Market Square. Decked out in atmospheric red and exposed medieval stone, this bar looks like a scene from Game of Thrones and will have you shooting vodka and shouting “winter is coming” before you know it.
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 14:00–01:00Fri-Sat: 12:00–01:00Sun: 12:00-02:00
Mikolajska 9, 31-027
Get the lads suited and booted and head to Movida Bar for some class act drinks. This dimly lit drinkery has some serious sexy vibes - just what you and the lads want eh! But the class tunes, and good crack will soon have you up and dancing.
Opening Times: Sun-Wed: 16:00–01:00Thurs-Sat: 16:00–02:00
Rynek Glówny 44, 33-332
Get the true Polish experience on a night out at Pub Polski. This authentic bar in the centre of Market Square is home to a microbrewery and some super-tasty drinks. The exposed brickwork provides a stylish industrial feel, and the basic but delicious food will keep you going through a day of heavy drinking.
Opening Times: Mon-Fri: 09:00–02:00
Florianska 47, 33-332
This class underground bar is located on the busiest street in Kraków. “Dobry Kumpel” means “good buddy” and the atmosphere of the place stands up to its name, with live music and good vibes aplenty. Their menu boasts an impressive range of cocktails with everything from shooters to tall drinks (with tiny umbrellas in).
Opening Times: Mon-Sun: 13:00–02:00
Slawkowska 2, 31-011
If your stag do is going to do a lot of drinking and singing, then look no further! One of the best Karaoke places in the city is U Kacpra, where you’ll have your mates up and dancing in no time. Next to the main karaoke room you’ll find the smoking area as well as the pool tables where we guarantee you and the lads will be playing until the early hours.
Opening Times: Mon: 16:00–0:00Tue-Sun: 16:00–02:00
Miodowa 22, 31-052
This Cuban themed bar brings serious Caribbean vibes to chilly ol’ Krakow and is the perfect place to stop off for a drink after a day of sight-seeing and activities. This bar is small but mighty, getting lively as you head into the later hours. Their selection of Caribbean cocktails is impressive, but we recommend the mojitos and cigar selection for a chilled evening.
Opening Times: Sun-Thurs: 14:00–00:00Fri-Sat: 14:00-02:00
Coco Music Club
Szpitalna 38, 31-024
This place is everything you need for a wild stag do in Krakow! There are even some handy takeaways located just around the corner – exactly what you need after one too many vodkas shots. Coco’s is best enjoyed from a VIP booth, with table service by the gorgeous hostesses.
Opening Times: Fri-Sat: 22:00–06:00Sun-Thur: closed
Ministerstwo Sledzia i Wódki
Slawkowska 10, 31-014
This place gives you a great night with a friendly local atmosphere. They serve a large menu of drinks but specialize in local vodkas paired with typical Polish snacks. This is the authentic way to explore Krakow’s nightlife and the live music, karaoke and low prices will guarantee you one class stag do in Krakow.
Opening Times: Open 24 hours, Seven days a week
Sticky Fingers @ Stalowe Magnolie
Szpitalna 6, 31-024
This vibrant and cool bar/ restaurant is a great place to start your night out on your stag do in Krakow. The cool exposed brick is adorned with graphic pop-culture art and the live music adds entertainment value. The scran here is also top notch and is a great spot to line your stomach as well as sinking a few cheeky pints.
Opening Times: Fri-Sat: 12:00–0:00Sun-Thur: 12:00-23:00
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Let’s face it, Eastern Europe is famed for its girls, guns and legendary fun. There’s loads to see and do on your stag do in Krakow and we have all the very best activities lined up for you here.
Kick off your stag do in Krakow as soon as you step off the plane, with this sexy transfer service. Enjoy your own private hummer which will chauffer you directly from the airport to your accommodation, but wait, it gets better. Get straight into the party mood with two complimentary bottles of bubbly for you and the lads as well as a hot striptease show to make the journey entertaining. Only in Krakow ey!
Reserve tables at the top club in town. An English-speaking guide will join you for 4 hours after meeting the group to take them to the venue. Receive either a 0.7L bottle of Smirnoff, Finlandia or Absolut vodka at your table with mixers as well. Enjoy your night as a VIP, you deserve it on your Last Night of Freedom.
We’ve heard the rumours of slipping extra cash to shoot something bigger, but we doubt you’ll need the extra thrill with this package. You’ll be firing some of the most powerful weapons in the world, with rounds on Uzi’s, Glocks and AKs – a true adrenaline junky’s dream. The most popular package they offer will give you an ear-splitting 25 bullets per person.
Treat you stag to an extra special dinner on his last night of freedom in Krakow with this classic strip dinner. You’ll be treated to a delicious two course dinner, followed by something extra tasty for dessert – a super-sexy striptease. You’ll have your food in the restaurant and then be moved to a private area for the show.
Experience Krakow to its full potential with a guided bar crawl. Allow your English-speaking guide to navigate the streets and bars for you. After downing one or two shots at some of the city’s best drinkeries, your guide will escort you to a hot strip club where you can truly give your stag a last night of freedom that he won’t forget. Finally, finish off your night with entry to one of the city’s banging nightclubs.
Fast becoming one of our most popular stag do activities in Poland, it’s not hard to see why. Watch as two Polish beauties go head-to-head in the oil pit, getting suitably filthy in more ways than one. But wait, it gets better. In the final round, your stag will be stripped to his boxers and invited to join in the slippery fun with the two gorgeous gals who aren’t a fan of keeping their clothes on…
Have a taste of 5 polish vodkas and chase them down with juice. A vodka expert will take you through each one, telling you about the history, production and much more. Spend an hour learning about these strong spirits while you also munch on the snack provided- pickles, kielbasa (polish sausage) and bread.
Enjoy a beer filled dinner at the brewery. You will have one litre of beer to drink, and a beer marinated roast pork knuckle with loads of sides to add to it. An English speaking guide will take you to your reserved tables and tell you about the food and beer you’ll be consuming. Who doesn’t like beer? And what’s better than you have it with a meal in a brewery?
Bubble Football is a hilarious activity, mainly because everyone starts bouncing about and falling over. It doesn’t matter how good you are at the beautiful game, you’ll soon be ricocheting off one another like a bunch of dodgems as you attempt to get near the ball, which will prove pretty elusive.
Want the stag to be attacked by a dog? Why not! Join your English speaking guide who will take you to the venue where one person in the group, preferably the stag will be taken through the safety of the dog attack. He’ll be attacked 3 times while everyone looks on with a complimentary beer in hand.
Krakow is renowned for its vibrant and lively nightlife, so we doubt you’re going to be in your rooms for long once you get there! However, here are our top picks of the best places to stay in order to have a cracking time in Krakow.
Around the corner from Old Town
Clean and simple, this 3-star hotel is ideally located just around the corner from Krakow’s Old Town. Within easy reach of the city’s legendary nightlife, Alexander is the perfect stag do accommodation in Krakow for you and the lads. The Alexander hotel handily comes with a 24-hour reception (for when you inevitably lost your room key), as well as a small bar and restaurant where you can grab a pint and some food before heading for a night out.
Short walk from Krakow Glowny Railway Station
Just a stone’s throw from Krakow Glowny Railway Station, you’ll find the traditional 3-star Alexander II hotel. This seriously central stay offers warm, traditional rooms which provide a home-from-home feeling. As well as daily continental breakfasts, Alexander II also provides 24-hour reception service, so they’ll be there to greet you whatever time you come rolling in.
Stylish apartments next to Market Square
Situated just off Market Square you’ll find the compact and stylish Draggo House apartments. Equipped with comfy beds and a big flat screen TV, Draggo House offers a great base for you and the lads to operate from on your stag do in Krakow. Draggo House is right in the midst of the action on Market Square and is within easy walking distance of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Near to local transport links
Greg & Tom Beerhouse Hostel is a friendly and sociable hostel in a great location. Situated in the very center of Krakow, near local transport links, this spot has live music, a pub and even a restaurant so you can line your stomach before a big night out. This place definitely has everything you need for your stag do in Krakow.
Stay in the heart of Market Square
Jump out of bed and straight into Krakow’s nightlife scene with this centrally located hostel. Slap bang in the middle of Market square, Hostel No. 7 offers immediate access to bars and restaurants, for the stag do looking to be in amongst the action. This place boasts clean rooms that are stylishly designed to give you that holiday feel.
Stylish stay in the city centre
Enjoy your stag do in Krakow in these stylish and comfortable apartments in the heart of the city. These apartments will add a cool touch for any high-end stag do with sleek interiors. The apartments are just a short walk from popular bars in the Market Square and one of the biggest shopping centres in Krakow. The train station is also located nearby.
Stay in Krakow’s Old Town
Located in Krakow’s Old Town you’ll find the popular Pergamin Apartments, just a stone’s throw from market square. These apartments offer a triple treat with style, comfort and a central location to give you the perfect spot if you want to see the sights or hit the clubs. Reception is open 24h which will be helpful if you need help finding your way to bed after a night out.
Stay in the Jewish Quarter
Located in the historic Jewish Quarter, the Regent Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Kazimierz district full of bars, pubs and restaurants. The Vistula River is just a few hundred meters away so you should check out the boat parties for a smooth sailing last night of freedom.
Authentic stay in Krakow
Add a touch of rustic Polish style to your stag do in Krakow with a stay in the uniquely decorated Metropolitan Apartments. These wonderfully rustic apartments may offer a throwback in design but boast a range of modern amenities to make your last night of freedom in Krakow a comfortable one. This accommodation is perfect as some of the best bars and clubs in the city are situated just on the doorstep, no long taxi journeys back to the flat!
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Krakow is Poland’s city of culture and has some of the best museums and galleries that the country has to offer. The city is one of the few that escaped destruction in World War II and is famed for its gorgeous buildings and towering church spires.
The Wawel Royal Castle
Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków Website
The Wawel Royal Castle and Wawel Hill are considered the most historically and culturally important sites in Po¬land. For centuries the castle was the residence of the kings of Poland but is now one of the country’s premier art museums. The Wawel Royal Castle also hosts a lively program of events including music concerts and opera. Fancy.
The Cloth Hall
Rynek Glówny 1/3, 31-042 Kraków Website
In the heart of Market Square, popular with tourists and drinkers alike, you’ll find the Sukiennice building which is home to some of Poland’s most famed 19th century artwork. Underground however, you’ll find exhibitions dedicated to the medieval ways of life in Krakow including ancient merchant stalls that were excavated in 2010.
Basztowa, 30-547 Kraków The Barbican Wikipedia Page
This medieval fortress was once a small fort tasked with protecting the city from the outside world as part of St Florian’s gate. It is told that a Polish soldier was once able to fight off an attack from Russian soldiers using nothing but a shirt button to snipe the enemy general.
Rynek Glówny 1, 31-042 Kraków Website
These medieval exhibitions are one of the most immersive experiences of their kind and provide a glimpse into the life of medieval Krakow. Dating back to the 12th and 14th centuries, the exhibit physically walks you through time, showing how generation after generation have built on top of one another. There are even ancient weapons that have been recovered from the ground.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Danilowicza 10, 32-020 Wieliczka www.wieliczka-saltmine.com
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is a monument of marvel and features on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is an extraordinary place – hidden from the world, full of secrets and legends, it offers several tourist routes for visitors and it is open all year round. If you go there you'll find out why the Polish say it is the white gold treasure of Poland.
al. Waszyngtona 1, 30-204 Kraków Website
Enjoy sweeping panoramic views of the city from the top of this man-made mound, raised to honour its namesake Tadeusz Kościuszko, a Polish American war hero who is something of a national hero in Poland. This huge hill is built in the image of primeval Pagan mounds which also surround the city. Spooky stuff.
The Sukiennice (in the Cloth Hall)
Rynek Glówny 1/3, 31-042 Kraków The Sukiennice Wikipedia Page
Widely described as the world’s oldest shopping centre, the beautiful Sukiennice building stands proudly in the middle of Krakow’s Market Square. The building itself is a sight to behold with its renaissance period architecture adding drama to this attraction. You can pick up a souvenir while you take in the sights and a nice cold beer.
The Dragon’s Den
Wielopole 11/2, 31-072 Kraków Website
Head to the base of Wawel Hill where you will find the home of a mythical dragon (we’re being serious). The deep limestone cave was once said to be protected by a formidable dragon named Smok Wawelski, which is immortalised in statue form at the opening of the cave.
Travelling to Poland couldn’t be easier, with regular routes from most major cities in the UK. It’s cheap too, with costs averaging around £90. Getting to the city centre from the airport is a doddle and only 20mins to reach the city centre by car.
Krakow Airport, also known as John Paul II International Airport, is located approximately seven and a half miles west of the city centre and is the second busiest airport in the country. This means that travelling to and from the airport is a breeze and doesn’t need to cause you and the lads any extra stress on your stag do in Krakow.
Nights out in Krakow are easy to navigate with the two main party areas right next to each other in Market Square and the Jewish Quarter. The city has Uber to ensure you can safely travel back after a boozy night out, especially handy when you’ve lost the use of your legs, as well as an intricate bus and tram system that has recently won awards for its innovation.
The bus and tram systems extend across Krakow’s city centre and tickets can be used between the two interchangeably. Rather than buy a ticket to a particular destination however, tickets work on a time basis, so you pay for the length of your journey instead. This means if your journey requires a change of transportation part way through, you simply buy one ticket, so long as they are validated once onboard.
Tram tickets can be purchased on the tram itself and at machines at the tram stops. The pre-war trams still run to this day, providing a cool retro Instagram opportunity, and run alongside 22 ordinary trams, two fast and three night-time services, meaning you’ll never be short of a lift around this beautiful city.
In recent years, Krakow has become more cycle friendly, with the introduction of cycle lanes throughout the city in the past decade. There are numerous different bike hire spots dotted throughout where you and the lads can grab a ride and take in the city sights and fresh air. This is a perfect alternative to busy public transport.
For the stag do looking to take in the sights of this beautiful city, you simply can’t beat walking through the historic streets of Krakow. We recommend taking a stroll along the Vistula River on what is popularly known as the Vistula Boulevards. Not only will you take in the sights of Krakow, there’s also a few beer stops along the way.
If you are looking for a fun way to explore Krakow, the city offers a wide range of scooters. Just download the app and you’re free to go. Ask a local guide which brands have the best prices, and which don’t need initial fees. For around 10 zloty (£2) you can hire one out for the entire day.
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Let’s face it, Poland is in the Eastern Bloc, so isn’t known for its balmy weather. The best time to visit Krakow on your stag do is definitely in the summertime if you like to be outside, their summers are similar to ours with highs of around 24 degrees. However, this party-loving city will still give you a warm welcome, despite the snow in chillier months.
Stephen Spielberg’s Oscar-awarded Schindler’s List was filmed in the vibrant Jewish Quarter. Many of the synagogues that can be found throughout the streets of Kazimierz are featured in the film providing an authentic feeling.
Tons of energy
It is said that Wawel Hill, where you will find St Gereon’s chapel, is where one of the Earth Chakras lie. In the summertime especially, people swarm to the chapel to touch its walls and feel the boundless energy flowing from the earth.
A trumpet call is made daily from the tower of St Mary’s but stops abruptly part-way through the melody each time. This is because in 1240, a trumpeter went to sound the alarm of an attack on the city, only to be struck by an arrow part-way through his tune.
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*We take pride in our work and all of the information in the guide was correct at the time of publication - 15/01/2021. Probably. Please note: Some of the details above may be affected by ongoing COVID19 restrictions. Please see our Coronavirus Advice for Stags and Hens for more info.
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