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The Ultimate Prague Stag Do Guide

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Prague - The Original Stag Do Destination

Prague is one of our busiest and best destinations for stag weekends around the world. The city is teeming with possibilities for your group; cheap Pilsner (some under £1), open-all-hours strip clubs, underground clubs and bouncing bars. It’s full of character and charm, along with Eastern European women… There’s a reason this is the ultimate stag location.

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Explore Prague Nightlife by Area

Prague’s nightlife is in a league of its own. No other European location can rival the likes of the loud and lively nightlife districts. The New Town is where you’ll spend your stag weekend hours, with the legendary Wenceslas Square at its heart. This is the city’s loudest area, interspersed with breathtaking spires, cobbled streets, the architecture Prague is renowned for and the famous Charles Bridge. The Old Town is as shameless as you’d like; a nocturnal playground of old fashioned boozers and new-age bars.

Prague New Town

The New Town may be labelled as the biggest nightlife district, but that’s for one reason only… Wenceslas Square. This huge square is the stuff of stag do dreams, filled to bursting with cool bars and underground clubs you’d expect in the Czech capital. Along with enough venues to keep you occupied for 20 weekends, let alone one, it’s also the city’s ‘Red Light District’. You never need leave the New Town…

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Prague Old Town Square Prague Old Town

The Old Town has played a pivotal role in most Prague stag weekends. The city is built on old fashioned drinking and good pubs, all lining the streets of this district. You can get your cheapest drinks here… but you’ve also got the city’s most upmarket venues rubbing shoulders with these. If you want to experience the true Prague, the Old Town is your only destination.

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Pubs, Clubs and Bar Crawls in Prague

Prague’s nightlife reputation is massive – it’s got a lot to live up to. Luckily, this city knows a thing or two about drinking; it’s no wonder Prague consistently hits our top three stag do destinations. It’s got charm, character, history, Europe’s hottest women and beer… the recipe to all good stag weekends.

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Top 10 Prague Stag Do Activities

There’s no denying it, Prague activities top the lot. There are over 100 action-packed, beer-fuelled and even chilled packages to choose from. You’ve got classics, including shooting and white water rafting, as well as options that’ll see you take a flight in a military jet and have your best mate 'arrested' in the biggest stag prank we've seen… Your Prague stag weekend is going to pass all expectations.

man looking down the sights of a gun Shooting Max

Shoot a whopping 62 bullets over five lethal and exciting weapons on your stag do – including the AK47, CZ 75 9mm, revolver .357 Magnum, sniper and even a pump action shotgun.

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Close up of four people in a raft on an outdoor white water rafting course White Water Rafting

Take on Prague’s finest and most furious rapids on an epic 410 metre course – featuring a massive drop of 3.6 metres. Get ready to ride the waves…

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A man's hands cuffed behind his back Stag Arrest

Experience (and record for Facebook) the iconic stag arrest, which will see the Groom handcuffed, bundled in a police car and taken for his punishment… a strip club.

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A man in a kart on an indoor track, with tyres around the sides and posters in the background Indoor Karting

Tear around the asphalt of Europe’s largest indoor karting arena; a scaled down version of a Formula 1 course… It’s one kilometre long, with 32 huge bends to navigate and your karts can reach speeds of 80km/h.

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A white boat on a river, with buildings in the background, during the day Private River Cruise & Unlimited Drinks

See Prague from a whole new perspective with an exhilarating river cruise. It’s one of our best activities, boasting the task of drinking as much as you can in one hour… Challenge accepted.

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A woman cupping her breasts with her hands, and another woman's hands over her hands Goldfingers Strip Club Entry

Welcome to the biggest and most popular strip club in the whole of Prague. Specialising in the art of seduction (hello) – you’ve got gorgeous girls, acrobats, striptease and cabaret to keep you occupied.

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Split image of two men in camouflage gear and paint, and the top of two beer bottles Indoor Paintball

Unleash paint-splattered hell on the Groom at Prague’s finest indoor paintball venue; one that was even used as a set for the film Wanted and has three intense zones to conquer.

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Three military planes flying in the sky Military Fighter Jet Flight

Feel the rush of flying through the air in an Aero L-39 Albatros – used by over 30 Air Forces in the world. It’ll pump every bit of blood you have, and then some.

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Split image close up of the top of two beer bottles, and a bartender making a drink behind the bar Guided Bar Crawl - Unlimited Beer

Explore Prague’s iconic nightlife districts and even bigger clubs, all under the expert eye of your guide, and attempt unlimited beer for one whole hour.

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People pedalling on a beer bike on a road during the day Beer Bike

It’s only right to experience the stag do classic; the beer bike. Pedal around Prague and work off the three beers each, with sightseeing thrown in to boot.

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Best Stag Do Hotels in Prague

Accommodation for your Prague stag weekend is first class. There are 5-star hotels, such as the royal Kings Court (fancy), along with 4-star, 3-star and even excellent hostels, with many set slap-bang in the centre of the city.

Exterior of Riverview Apartments, Prague, during the day Riverview Apartments
3 Star Rating

Five minute walk to New Town

Enjoy views of the river and the freedom of your own apartment at the spectacular Riverview Apartments – a 10 minute stroll from the iconic U Fleku Brewery.

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A dining table with six chairs around it, in a living room style area Wenceslas Square Hotel
3 Star Rating

Five minutes from centre of Wenceslas Square

Get to grips with Prague’s most famous district, Wenceslas Square, and stay just minutes from the lively Old Town – filled with the city’s loudest bars.

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A double bed in a white room with high ceilings Prague City Hotel
3 Star Rating

10 minute walk from Old Town

Enjoy a bit of history at this grand building, just 10 minutes from the Old Town. This district is packed full of mega clubs, including Karlovy Lazne – one of the biggest in Europe.

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Some lighting in a bedroom, with the wires making hearts on the wall Central Spot Apartments
2 Star Rating

Six minutes' to Wenceslas Square

We’ve got another set of fantastic apartments just 350 yards from the bustling Wenceslas Square. You’re surrounded by some of the best stag do venues – you can start celebrating as soon as you touch down.

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Bunk beds against the wall in a hostel room, with a green carpet Hostel Ananas

Five minute stroll to Wenceslas Square

Stay in the heart of Prague’s renowned nightlife centre, Wenceslas Square, surrounded by bars, restaurants and nightclubs. You’ve even got private rooms if you don’t fancy sharing…

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A white kitchenette opposite a blue table and stool City Stay Apartments

350 yards to Wenceslas Square

We’ve got another set of fantastic apartments just 350 yards from the bustling Wenceslas Square. You’re surrounded by some of the best stag do venues – you can start celebrating as soon as you touch down.

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The exterior of Kings Court Hotel in Prague Kings Court Hotel
5 Star Rating

13 minute walk to Wenceslas Square

This hotel is nothing short of 5-star and fit for kings… Set in a world-famous Art Nouveau Municipal House (fancy), you’ve got a top spa to sort you out the next morning and a Vodka Lobby Bar to keep going.

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A sweeping staircase with a tree mural on the green wall Hostel Orange

Six minutes to centre of Wenceslas Square

Forget all you thought you knee about hostels… Located slap-bang in the heart of Wenceslas Square, a whole load, of bars, restaurants and clubs are just five minutes from the front door.

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Chairs and a sofa around a coffee table in a suite, with an upper level in the background Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel
5 Star Rating

10 minutes' walk to Wenceslas Square

Celebrate in 5-star luxury at this huge hotel, set within four historic building, with rooms boasting a minibar and 24 hour room service. You’ve even got the High 8 Terrace Bar for pints above the Prague skyline.

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The green hotel lobby at Hostel Mango, with seats along one wall and a computer against the other, and a reception desk in the background Hostel Mango

Four minutes to the Charles Bridge

Stay at the Mango and you are just steps away from the iconic Charles Bridge – taking you over the water to the buzzing Old and New Town. You’ve got epic dorm rooms to share with your mates and a delicious breakfast to sort you out the next day.

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Flights to Prague

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Getting to Prague is the easiest thing you’ll do on your stag do. This city boasts the biggest airport in the whole of the Czech Republic, serving more than 16 million passengers in 2016 alone. It’s just 20k north of the city centre, so getting to your accommodation will be a breeze. It’s when the drinking starts that travelling gets harder…

Airport Duration Airline
Bristol Airport BRS 2h easyJet
Dublin Airport DUB 2h 30m Ryanair Aer Lingus
East Midlands Airport EMA 2h 10m Jet2
Edinburgh EDI 2h 20m Ryan Air
Glasgow GLA 2h 30m Jet2
London Gatwick Airport LGW 1h 55m easyJet Smart Wings Czech Airlines
London Heathrow Airport LHR 2h British Airways
Leeds Bradford Airport LBA 2h 5m Jet2
London Stansted Airport STN 1h 55m Ryanair easyJet
Liverpool LPL 2h 10m Ryan Air
Luton Airport LTN 1h 55m Wizz Air
Manchester Airport MAN 2h 10m easyJet Jet2
Newcastle Airport NCL 2h 15m Jet2

Prague Airport to City Centre

Prague’s international airport, Vaclav Havel, is located seven miles west of the city centre. Seeing around 15 million passengers annually, it’s a hub of activity 24/7 – and, it’s also seriously easy to get to and from. Unfortunately, there are no direct Metro routes which run from the airport into the centre of the city, so we would recommend using a pre-arranged transfer.

Service Approx. Travel Time Price
Taxi / Transfer The previously reputable AAA taxis no longer have stands at the airport, so all travellers are recommended to use Prague Airport transfers or book transfers directly through us, to save time and money once you’ve landed. We offer everything from regular cars and buses, to strip limos, hummers and buses – some even have karaoke systems on board. So, however you travel, make sure Prague knows the boys have landed.

Approx. £18 - 25

Bus / Metro There are no direct Metros or buses from the airport into the city centre, so we’d recommend catching the 119 bus from the airport (departing from Terminals 1 and 2, every five to 20 minutes), to Metro station Nadrazi Veleslavin, and continuing on the Green Line into the city centre. Depending on timings of public transport, this can take up to an hour.

Approx. £6 - £10

Getting Around Prague

Getting around Prague is even easier than getting to the city, as Prague’s nightlife districts are within walking distance of each other. As well as your legs, you’ve also got the metro, tram, bus and taxis for when those legs struggle after a few pilsners. Prague transport is relatively reasonable too; a ticket for the subway, bus and tram is around 32Kc (£1) for 90 minutes.

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Tram

The Prague tram network is the largest tram system in the Czech Republic, stretching over 88.5 miles, 931 trams, 21 daytime routes and nine night. The 25 day routes are numbered one to 26 and the nine night are 51 to 59 and 91 to 99. There is even one historical route, number 41, in service between April and October. These day lines run from 04:30 to 00:30 the next day, and the night trams start up from 00:30 and ending at 04:30, covering the time absences from the day trams. However, services at night operate every 30 minutes, but, after a load of beers, half an hour will pass in no time… The intervals between day routes are, typically, two minutes to 20 minutes, depending on the location, peak hours or weekend. As luck would have it, the same type of tickets can be used for the trams, metro and buses, a day pass can cost as little as £3.80 (110Kč).

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Metro

The Prague metro is even bigger than the tram system, handling an average of 500 million passengers each year. It serves 61 stations and is a massive 40.5 miles long – it’s the fifth busiest metro system in the whole of Europe. The metro is split into three lines, A (green), B (yellow) and C (Red) and operates daily from 05:00 to midnight, with two to three minutes between metros during peak hours and four to nine minutes in off peak hours (after 19:00). The metros are also connected to the trams; you can jump on the tram at certain stations. The prices for a ticket on the metro, bus and tram are the same and it can be used on each method of transport. They are cheap enough, even after spending all that koruna on pilsner.

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Taxi

After one too many of those pilsners, it’s probably easier to get a taxi than attempt to walk (stumble) home. However, this isn’t your local and you’ve got to be careful when dealing with Prague taxi drivers. Always make sure it is a registered taxi and not just some bloke you met over a pint… A yellow roof lamp must be installed and say TAXI, before you get in, and there should also be a company name, license number and rates printed on both doors. Find out how much the ride costs beforehand to avoid getting ripped off, as most journeys around the city centre typically cost 100Kč to 250Kč (£3.50 - £8.50). Uber is also recommended for travel in Prague – ideal if you already have the app.

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Walk

We know it’s old-school, but you could always walk… Walking is the best way to see the sights, get to grips with the nightlife districts and even cure the hangover the next day. Prague is, typically, walkable, with a 25 minute distance between the Old Town and New Town. On the way, you’ll also pass a whole load of bars and restaurants. You’ll spend most of your time walking and a huge selection of our accommodation is in the city centre.

Prague Weather

Like most major cities, the best time to celebrate your Prague stag do is in summer. The winters are relatively cold (a bit like Britain) and the summers warm (not like Britain). The hotter months can even reach highs of 32°C.

December 2017

After January, December is the coldest month of the year. The average is 0°C and the highest this month reaches is 2°C. However, it’s not all bad – a big, red man is on his way…

JAN
2°C
FEB
4°C
MAR
8°C
APR
14°C
MAY
18°C
JUN
21°C
JUL
23°C
AUG
23°C
SEP
19°C
OCT
13°C
NOV
6°C
DEC
2°C

Random Prague Facts

Celebs in Prague

Whilst Prague may be the ultimate stag do destination, celebrities regularly visit the city. Kanye West, Matt Damon and even Frodo have been spotted on the cobbled streets.

An image of Kanye West Kanye West

Kanye gets about and to celebrate his honeymoon to Kim K, he took her sightseeing in the centre of Prague – narrowly avoiding the many stag groups.

An image of Bruce Willis Bruce Willis

Eat at the same place as Bruce Willis and, basically, feel like you’re on the set of Die Hard at the Kampa Group restaurant.

An image of Mick Jagger Mick Jagger

The legend of rock ‘n’ roll celebrated his 60th birthday at the massive Duplex, regularly attracting big name stars.

An image of Matt Damon Matt Damon

Matt Damon was seen at the hugely popular M1 Lounge Bar and Club, one of the city’s most exclusive clubs – open ‘til 6am.

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On his night off, Frodo even dropped by the legendary M1 Lounge Bar and Club.

An image of Tiesto Tiesto

Duplex doesn’t just attract the stars, but it gets them to perform to. Tiesto attracted a mega crowd for his performance.

LNOF in Prague

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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 - 15/09/2017. Probably.

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