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Belfast is your pal for a more relaxed city break with stunning architecture, and old traditional pubs and clubs where you can drink Guinness like nobody’s business.
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Rally Driving Taster Experience
Game of Thrones Tour
Beer Babes Bar Crawl - 5 hours
Quad Biking & Clay Pigeon Shooting
Forest Segway Experience
Indoor Karting - Grand Prix
Indoor Karting - Endurance
4x4 Off-Road Driving
Clay Pigeon Shooting - 25 Clays
Clay Pigeon Shooting - 50 Clays
Outdoor Paintball - Half Day
Outdoor Paintball - Full Day Inc 100 Balls
Outdoor Paintball - Half Day Inc 100 Balls
Outdoor Paintball - 100 Balls
Quad Biking & Rifle Shooting
High Ropes Course & Zipline
Golf - 9 Holes
Golf - Driving Range
Assault & High Ropes Course
Aqua Zorbs & Kayaking
The Filthy Quarter - Cocktail Workshop
Alibi - Cocktail Workshop
Pizza Making Class
Recording Studio Session
Pizza Express - 2 Course Meal & Drink
Zizzi - 3 Course Meal with Prosecco
Zizzi - 4 Course Meal with Prosecco & Wine
Zizzi - 2 Course Meal
Northern Whig - 2 Course Meal & a Beer
Night at the Dogs
Friday - Alibi Guestlist Entry
Chinawhite Guestlist Entry- Saturday
Chinawhite Guestlist Entry- Friday
21 Social - Guestlist Entry
21 Social - VIP Drinks Table & Nightclub Entry
Saturday - Alibi Guestlist Entry
Alibi - 2 Course Meal & Drink with Nightclub Entry
Belfast can throw a party like no other.
Belfast stag weekends mean great craic, copious amounts of laughter, blurry walks between nightclubs and takeaways, tremendous live music options, recuperative cafes, stylish stores and friendly locals. This is a vibrant community of many cultures - a large city with a communal town feel. Its more recent history is well documented, and there’s a serious desire to party that’s ideal for stag weekends.
There are some great beer gardens from which to sit and soak up the city, as well as many huge packed sports dens or bustling beer halls, but, whichever watering holes you spend your time in - the friendliness of the locals will make your weekend particularly special. Belfast folk respect dry, gentle humour, and respond positively to any good-natured group of fun-seekers choosing to celebrate in their backyard. If you're preparing to join them, we toast your good taste.
This is a city that possesses a wonderful mix of humour and pride, and one that can now boast swanky show bars, strip clubs and suave super clubs to go with its more earthy inns and traditional pubs. It's a city with more than a few great restaurants, important art and confident architecture, Capuccino-loving cafebars and splendid live music offerings. As far as irish stag weekends go, Belfast is right up there with Cork, Galway and even Dublin.
On a Thursday, Friday or Saturday, most nightclubs open until just after 2am. If you want to know about the attitude to drinking in this city, take note of the local saying: "The craic is 90". Actually, they might be being modest there - make that 95.
Average Rating from 3 reviews
“Accommodation and go-karting were excellent and good value for money. Belfast was an excellent venue for a stag weekend with loads of bars and stunning women (perhaps apart from lack of strip clubs!). I particularly recommend the open top bus tour too. ”
“Go karting was fantastic, nightclub OK.
Hotel was fantastic, perfectly situated in the middle of Belfast. We were initially given the wrong details and thought we were in a hotel further out of town but this was rectified, thankfully.
“After landing in Belfast it was drink,drink,drink all the way....with some quality go-karting thrown in! The accommodation was tip-top with a bar that didnt know when to shut!! NICE!!! All the party had fun,well its hard not to make your own fun in BELFAST!!!! Cheers x”