Cork Stag Weekends

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Cork, located close to the famous town of Blarney, is the 3rd largest city in Ireland and boasts stunning architecture with plenty of activities and nightlife that will combine to create a quality stag weekend. During the day there's stag standards such as paintball, karting and quads but for those who want something a little different, we've got the hilarious bubble football, the Jameson distillery tour, and the local's favourites Hurling and Gaelic Football, amongst others. The nightlife is great too, friendly locals, stunning girls, and proper Irish pubs, bars and clubs! You can't beat the happy-go-lucky, friendly Irish for a top night out, making Cork the perfect stag weekend destination.

Sometimes referred to as "the real capital", Cork is in the South-West of Ireland on the coast in the province of Munster. The city is typically Irish, filled with homely pubs, great people and tonnes to do.

Cork 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 Cork

 
 

LANGUAGE

English 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

15°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

6°C 

COST OF A PINT

£3.50

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Cork

 
Climate in Cork
 
 

Climate in Cork

The weather in Cork is very British and you can expect it to be mild most of the time. The winter gets fairly cold so make sure you wrap up warm if you're going out, although there's rarely a lot of snow, so put the boots away. The summer gets reasonably warm, but it's nothing Caribbean, so bring a jumper at least. There is also a lot of rain year round, so make sure you prepare for that if you're going out.

Find out about getting around Cork

Getting around Cork
 
 

Getting around Cork

In between all of your stag activities, you might want some downtime to explore the city, so here are some good tips for getting around. The main shopping area of Cork is fairly close to the river, and all the things you'll want to see are also located close by, so walking is usually the easiest way to get around. Cabs are everywhere but don't offer very competitive rates, so bear this in mind if you're considering hailing one. Buses are much cheaper and operate widely, you can even get the 226 and 226A to and from Cork airport, which is much cheaper than a cab. Kent station is the main train station in Cork and offers routes all across Ireland.

What you need to know about nightlife in Cork

Nightlife in Cork
 
 

Nightlife in Cork

As you can expect, Cork is home to a lot of pubs. Most of the pubs are traditionally Irish with a very homely atmosphere and great staff. There's a huge variety of drinks on offer, and a lot of good pubs will have dozens of different taps, so make sure you look around if you're trying to find beers to suit everybody. Live bands also regularly play at many of Cork's pubs, but you can find plenty of quieter ones too. Cork also has a thriving nightlife with loads of great clubs available for you to visit on a night out. The local drinks include Beamish, and Murphy's stout which is served all over Ireland and is the main competitor to Guinness.

Learn about eating in Cork

Eating in Cork
 
 

Eating in Cork

If you're looking for food then there's a lot of good restaurants and you can find just about any cuisine from Irish pub food to Italian to French Bistros to great grills. Cork really does have every type of food you could want so make sure you do a bit of research before you head out. A lot of the restaurants also tend to be fairly small, so if you're with a large group try and get a booking ahead of time (maybe even before you leave on the trip) to make sure you aren't disappointed. Most of the restaurants are also located near the pubs and bars, so you're not going to be walking too far.

Find out how to travel to Cork

Getting to Cork
 
 

Getting to Cork

Check out our flights page for more information about getting to Cork.

Things to see in Cork

Things to see in Cork
 
 

Things to see in Cork

Cork has some great stuff to do. If you're a sightseer then check out St. Mary's and Saint Fin Barre's Cathedrals, but for more modern buildings there's The Elysian, Ireland's largest building. Cork has the world's second largest harbour behind only Sydney, which you can see from land or by sea on our Rib Trip. The English Market dates from the 18th century and has some interesting stalls to see, as well as plenty of homebrewed beers on offer to taste and buy. It's also home a local specialty called Drisheen, which is black pudding served in intestine sausages... Not for everyone! Finally, if you want to get out of Cork for the day, head to the nearby town of Blarney and kiss the famous Blarney stone to get the 'gift of the gab', necessary for the night out afterwards!

Find out about the climate in Cork

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