LNOF Guide to London
For some true capital punishment to the liver, then visit London.
There’s everything you could want from a stag weekend in London, though taking the right advice on where to go and what to include is paramount if you’re set on picking the capital city. Yes, there are reams of sensational shops, restaurants, assorted visitor attractions and world famous buildings galore - not to mention all that scintillating nightlife - but if you want to make sure that every stag guest gets what he wants, put as much planning as possible into your stag experience.
London’s a vast, fabulous, sometimes unforgiving mecca of a location; somewhere that can host the best or the worst of visits, depending on your motive, companions and preparation. It’s too big a city in which to do everything ad hoc, so ensure you hit the streets of London running by consulting our team of event organisers as early as possible. We’ll put you on the right "Frog & Toad" alright - No Barney Rubble.
Me and my mates did the Bond power boat experience over the Thames. We felt like proper MI5 agents and still talk about it to this day.
When you’ve areas as diverse as Elephant & Castle, Camden Lock, the Embankment and Covent Garden, you’re dealing with a beast of a city, and one that demands respect accordingly. It’s often said that the populace of London aren’t as hospitable as the rest of the UK, but that’s a touch unfair given the millions of folk crammed into what is effectively the centre of all things historical, commercial and artistic. We guarantee there’ll be more than enough friendly faces to help you eat, chat and dance yourselves into the following day, whilst the choice in daytime and evening venues is mind-boggling enough to overshadow most other cities put together.
London stag weekends mean endless entertainment possibilities, plentiful transport links and the opportunity to take a photo or two amidst the alcohol-fuelled carnage. And if you don’t have time to see The Queen on your stag weekend… hey, she’ll understand!