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Build Your Own Amsterdam Stag Do

01. Add Some Activities

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Policewoman Stripper

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Guided Bar Crawl & Handcuffed Smurf

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Segway Tour

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Indoor Karting

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Indoor Karting - Grand Prix

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Outdoor Paintball

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Rifle Shooting

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Tuk Tuk City Tour

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Limo Prosecco Bike

02. Choose a Hotel

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Corendon Vitality Hotel 4 Star Rating

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NH Amsterdam Centre 4 Star Rating

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NH Amsterdam Schiller 4 Star Rating

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NH Carlton Amsterdam 4 Star Rating

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Westcord Art Hotel 4 Star Rating

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France Hotel 3 Star Rating

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Motel One 3 Star Rating

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Hotel De Paris 3 Star Rating

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Inner Hotel 3 Star Rating

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Motel One Amsterdam Waterlooplein 3 Star Rating

03. Enter Your Details

LNOF Guide to Amsterdam

Welcome to the Pleasuredome.

Amsterdam is a city that misbehaves, and stag dos have long been enticed by its hedonistic spirit, lack of inhibition, liberal sex scene and legal highs. The infamous Red Light District is a carnival of vice - filled with raucous bars, hazy coffeeshops, outrageous strip shows and astonishing sex museums, as well as the notorious 290 red-lit windows of seductive Sirens waiting to lure you in.

Nevertheless, there is more to the Red Light District than its salaciousness – De Wallen (home of the main red light area) is a warren of medieval alleyways that intersperses erotica with bars, 'coffeeshops', stag friendly clubs and performance venues.

There is also more to the nightlife than the Red Light District, and Amsterdam’s nightlife is one of the wildest in Europe - if not the world. Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein, both set in the Southern Canal Ring neighbourhood, are the city’s two premier places to party, with megaclubs and a dance scene that rivals that of Berlin.

In many ways, Amsterdam is a city of two halves, its nocturnal mayhem contrasted by a relaxed personality and a gentle pace. Amsterdam is famously ‘gezellig’ (a Dutch quality that translates as ‘cosy’), and it is often described as ‘a place where time stands still’. The café culture is a major contributor to this cool, calm atmosphere and cafés and bars spill onto the streets, where you and your fellow stags can watch the world go by (read: recover from those hangovers).

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Amsterdam is one of the greatest places for a stag do in the world. I had a class time on mine, even if I did end up in the canal, wearing a dress. Don't ask...

David ForrestLNOF Operations Executive

However, there are big differences between what we know to be cafés on English turf. Don’t get mixed up between a koffiehuis (espresso bar) and a coffeeshop – you might get a coffee in the latter, but these places are much more about smoking sweet Mary J. Smoking tobacco, on the other hand, is actually illegal indoors in Amsterdam (the Dutch have got their priorities sorted...). Brown Cafés are not cafés, but traditional pubs, named after their nicotine-stained walls – and although they shouldn’t be getting browner these days, new establishments are often decorated to give this lived-in feel.

Many of the Amsterdam stereotypes reign true: Amsterdam is a picture postcard city and there are indeed windmills, flowers, 17th century splendour and bicycles galore – though we imagine that you’re hosting your stag do there for more than the tulips and the canal boats. Amsterdam is a place where pure, unadulterated pleasure is the priority – go and join the party.

Customer Reviews for Amsterdam

Our average stag feedback score for Amsterdam is 4.81

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"Great trip. And easy to book with, no stress at all. Highly recommend"

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"Was very easy to book and the activities went great. Would definitely recommend"

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"Very good, good service, quick response when required"

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"The trip to Amsterdam recommended by Chris Rawlinson was absolutely fantastic - thanks to Chris for recommending the activities everyone had such a good weekend. From the point of booking to the end, I can not recommend the team from Last Night of Freedom enough,especially Katie Doyle who had some last minute changes to deal with and dealt with them very efficiently."

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"Excellent weekend, everything went smoothly and everyone had a great weekend!"

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"Accommodation was fine, and the way we booked and paid was really helpful. That's all we needed as we knew exactly what to expect from the destination. Would be happy to use again."

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"Top Weekend. All went smoothly thanks to you guys!"

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"Amsterdam is a great city and last night of freedom organised a really enjoyable activity and I would highly recommend it!"

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"Great party in Amsterdam. LNOF guys really helpful and all activities were enjoyable. Boat trip with stripper a highlight! Beer cycle good group activity though with 17 lads on board it was a bit slow! Canal and cycle staff really helpful and good fun."