Belgrade Stag Weekends

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Belgrade literally translates as ‘White City’ but this city is far from it, this capital is red hot right now. Party seeking groups consider Belgrade as the 'place to be' citing its friendly locals, great clubs and bars and cheap food and drink as the reason! Serbians know how to have a good time. We suggest checking out some of the floating river clubs, one of Belgrade’s main nightlife attractions. If you're looking for a hot weekend, temperatures in Summer average 28 degrees rivalling those of top Spanish Stag weekend destinations. It may be landlocked but that has not stopped them building their own beaches along the rivers and by Lake Sava with over 100,000 visitors a day in Summer. Belgrade has plenty of activities to offer from epic shooting experiences to the hilarious Bubble Football, so there’s something here for everyone. There’s also plenty to see in the city. The legacy of recent history has left behind deep scars on the city and you won’t be able to find a single building older than 250 years despite Belgrade being one of the oldest cities in Europe! Picture everything that you would want from a classic Eastern European stag do. Now add a level of quirk that you won’t find anywhere but the Balkans and you got yourselves a cracking, crazy Belgrade stag weekend! One thing we are sure of: You will want to come back!

Belgrade Special Offers
Half price stag on a group of 15 or more
OR Stag or Best Man goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights’ accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option
 

Interesting facts about Belgrade

 
 

LANGUAGE

Serbian 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

26°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

2°C 

COST OF A PINT

£1.20

CURRENCY

Serbian Dinar

AIRPORT

Belgrade Nikola Tesla

 
Climate in Belgrade
 
 

Climate in Belgrade

Belgrade has four distinct seasons with a moderate continental climate. Winter is not particularly severe, it averages 21 days with temperatures under 0C. Spring is short and rainy but Summer arrives abruptly with the hottest month being July averaging at 22C. Their so-called tropical days have temperatures rising over 30C lasting around 31 days and over 25C continues for 95 days. Autumn lingers longer than Spring, enduring long sunny and warm periods. 

Find out about getting around Belgrade

Getting around Belgrade
 
 

Getting around Belgrade

Public transport in Belgrade is extensive, with 12 tram lines, hundreds of bus lines, 8 trolley bus lines and 9 public minibus lines, getting around is quite easy especially around the Old City district. Better yet, their night public transport system runs from midnight to around 4am, but if you’re out later than that, taxis are cheap and plentiful.

What you need to know about nightlife in Belgrade

Nightlife in Belgrade
 
 

Nightlife in Belgrade

The nightlife in Belgrade is sure going to surprise you, it’s a guaranteed good night and regularly appears on lists of the top nightlife cities in the world! It has grown extensively in recent years and now many Europeans travel to the city exclusively to party. The hard core partying Serbs stay out til dawn with their after-after-parties, finishing off with trips to the local café. The city boasts a wide range of venues with progressive, avant garde bars, traditional pubs and even floating river clubs. In the summer months the river Danube and the Sava come alive with floating barges called Splavs or Splavovi. These floating clubs lean towards commercial house, cutting edge techno and traditional Serbian folk music and because they’re far from residential zones, the party can last til dawn!

Learn about eating in Belgrade

Eating in Belgrade
 
 

Eating in Belgrade

The Serbian cuisine reflects the historical circumstances that this country has been exposed to throughout the centuries. Prepared in entirely unique and original ways, it’s a combines various culinary influences. Most meals are prepared with substantial amounts of meat served with various vegetables and the servings tend to be large. An authentic Belgrade restaurant is called a Kafana. They differ from a standard restaurant in all the right ways, like you don’t have to order food if you don’t want to, no one will judge you for dipping bread into the grilled meat juices, loud laughter and emotional outbursts are normal occurrences and resting elbows on the table is accepted! 

Find out how to travel to Belgrade

Getting to Belgrade
 
 

Getting to Belgrade

Please see our Belgrade travel section for more info. Click here

Things to see in Belgrade

Things to see in Belgrade
 
 

Things to see in Belgrade

Belgrade Fortress: consists of Upper Town, Lower Town and Kalemegdan Park. Created during the 19th century, the Park is popular as it has many shady benches, random sculptures, a Zoo, amusement park, art pavilion and various souvenir vendors. The fortress is the best place to view the entire city and the Danube river, which is a stunning sight to kick back and relax to.

Military Museum: hosts over 3000 ancient and modern items including Roman swords, Greek helmets and daggers, Serbian heavy knight’s armour and Western medieval weapons. It also tracks the many different invasions of Serbia over the years along with dioramas, plaques and displays to illustrate their historical contexts.

Aeronautical Museum:  this museum displays examples of over 200 aircrafts used by both the Serbian and Yugoslavian air forces, as well as wreckages shot down during the NATO bombings in 1999, which include the USAF F-117 Nighthawk and F-16 Fighting Falcon.

Ada Ciganlija: a great place for you to enjoy some sports in the sun, swim or have a BBQ the Ada Ciganlija is the one. It’s the closest thing to a seaside that this landlocked city has, it’s an 8km long beach that is hugely popular with the locals and tourists in the summertime. 

Find out about the climate in Belgrade

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