Dublin Stag Night

Heading off on a stag in 2015. Pick the Irish capital for your Dublin stag night. Pubs everywhere from small cosy pubs in which to enjoy a Guinness or two on a wet afternoon, yep we apologise in advance it will rain, we're not Spain. There are also plenty larger more cosmopolitan bars. Dublin is full of tourists all year round and is good to visit any time of year. 

Hopefully you won't need the police when you're here but if you do, it'll be fine, they are friendly and helpful. Officially they are called the Gardai but everyone says the Guards. Call 999 if you are in trouble. 

Money matters ? To convert euro to sterling, just divide by 5 and multiply by 4, this will give you a rough estimate. Just to say taxis don't really take cards, so you'll need cash unless you have a HAILO cab account. Just be sure to go into your account and enable your account to be used in Ireland. www.hailoapp.com

Finally getting back to the start, if on your Dublin Stag night, you want to avoid pubs, here's an interesting challenge that James Joyce posed over a hundred years ago - Can you get across Dublin without passing a pub ? Some start computer guy has figured this out using Google maps and some other online tools. 

Dublin Stag do

Accommodation, pub food, activities, nightclubs - we've got it all covered for your Dublin Stag do. We'll arrange to have you picked up at Dublin Airport or if you've come by ferry (though not on a day like this) then we'll collect you from the port, it's very close to Dublin city centre. We've been in this business years and we know Dublin. We have a massive range of accommodation options from budget hostels to the very best hotels - you tell what you want and it's sorted. 

Getting Around

Dublin is pretty easy to navigate your way around, there's the bus, the tram (LUAS), taxis and of course rickshaws. Dublin is flat and so easy to walk around. Really anywhere you'll be walking will be no more than 20 min walk (although with a few pints on board, it could be longer, I guess). Enjoy that Dublin stag do.

Stag Activities/ Stag Ideas

We have plenty of things/suggestions for you on your Dublin Stag do. Kayaking through the city centre or rafting down the weirs on Dublin's major river - the Liffey. Or try Karting or Stand up Paddle Boarding. If you're tired just reading that then perhaps Whiskey Tasting or a visit to the Guinness Storehouse is for you. Try a Night at the dogs (greyhound racing) or go to the Comedy Club. www.laughterlounge.com

Stag Tours

Perhaps you want to take a tour of the city on your Dublin Stag do. Visit the Croke Park Stadium or the Aviva Stadium for a tour or go on the Viking Splash tour. 


Dublin Stag Weekend

So you're sitting in front of your computer, first day back at work. Hey it's time for a break, why not take a little time to organise your Dublin Stag Weekend ? We have so much on offer this year in Dublin - we sort it all bus from the airport or ferry terminal, then accommodation, activities, pubs, food, clubs 2,3 or more nights. There is so much you can do in the Irish capital - have the craic from the stag classics of paintball and karting to more unusual stag activities such as Whiskey tasting, Footgolf (half football, half golf), Leprechaun Museum, have a go at Hurling or Gaelic Football or tour one of sports stadiums in Dublin  headquarters of the GAA Croke Park or the home of Irish Rugby & Soccer the Aviva Stadium. Check out the Aviva Stadium, it's a great tour for a stag party www.avivastadium.ie




So that's it, you're all sorted for your Dublin Stag Weekend. Email your mates, find your passport and pack the bags. As someone once said - booked it, packed it, f**ked off. 

Irish Stag Weekend

Just a short flight from the UK is Ireland, English speaking, friendly locals, great banter. Head for Dublin, Cork or Galway for your Irish Stag Weekend. Loads of great accommodation options from hostels to pub style to various different types of hotels - we have it all on offer. Dublin particularly at the moment is buzzing, economy has taken off and people are out partying. Taste some good Guinness, visit the Guinness Storehouse itself and see how a pint of the black stuff is brewed (complimentary pint included of course). Dublin has some really great pubs and we know where they are. Check out the Dublin tourism website to see what's on at the moment - www.visitdublin.com

Look out the window of your plane and this is what you'll see, maybe visit this part of Ireland with the wife on the Honeymoon, very romantic. 

Irish Stag Weekend - off you go now, email us as soon as possible (ASAP). So much to do, like the water ? We've got kayaking, coasteering, powerboating, rafting, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, wakeboarding. Book now This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 



Dublin Stag Ideas

Looking for some inspiration around this time of year ? Have to sort your mates Irish stag weekend for 2015 ? What about Dublin for your legendary Irish stag ? One short flight, english spoken (bit of an accent but you'll manage). Cosy pubs, big large sports pubs, coffee and a sandwich pubs - they're all here. For Dublin Stag Ideas we have so many stag activities on offer - kayaking under the bridges through the city, rafting down weirs and under bridges, karting (a stag classic) or Bubble soccer. Tired just reading that list well then what about Whiskey tasting (day or night time, we've got 2 options here), visit the world famous Jameson Whiskey distillery or what about the home of Guinness, the Guinness storehouse. 

Or how about you visit Croke Park, home of the GAA in Ireland, here's a photo of when the English Rugby team visited (don't mind the scoreboard, it's the occasion that matters). 



There plenty of dublin stag ideas for you. For those that know, yes the home of rugby, is the Aviva Stadium (the old Lansdowne Road). This game was played in Croke Park in the few years when the Aviva was being redeveloped. Take a tour of Croke Park on one of our packages - www.crokepark.ie