Dublin Stag Weekends

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Dublin is Ireland's capital and usually the first port of call for visitors to the country. This energetic, youthful city pulsates with a compelling mix of history, culture, hip bars and pubs, elegant architecture, great shopping and some of the country's best restaurants. Cosmopolitan and diverse, Dublin is now one of Europe's top urban hotspots, making it perfect for a quality stag weekend. Superb activities, comfortable accommodation, and out of this world nightlife, and of course boys, not forgetting the gorgeous Irish girls! There is more to Dublin than just Guinness, its buzzing vibe, youthful feel and fantastic party atmosphere ensure a top weekend.
 
Dublin Special Offers
Half price Stag on a group of 15 or more!
Stag 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 Dublin

 
 

LANGUAGE

English 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

17°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

6°C 

COST OF A PINT

£3.80

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Dublin

 
Climate in Dublin
 
 

Climate in Dublin

Dublin’s climate is similar to that of the UK with cooler summers and mild winters and experiences very few weather extremes, making it a great place to visit on your last weekend of freedom. The weather in Dublin is pretty changeable and can be raining one minute and sunny the next so make sure you pack for both weather conditions. The average summer temperature is 19C and can reach highs of 30C. The average winter temperature is 7C. Whatever time of year you plan to visit this lively city, the beauty and charm of this cultural place will be evident throughout your weekend.

Find out about getting around Dublin

Getting around Dublin
 
 

Getting around Dublin

Getting around Dublin on your stag weekend couldn’t be easier. There are loads of options that are sure to suit you and your budget. Hop on the DART, a coastal train that can show you all the breathtaking scenery around this stunning city or use the inner city trams to get around and explore. Alternatively the bus network in Dublin is brilliant, it's fast, efficient, reliable and a cost effective method of travelling on your stag do. Walking is also a great option and you can explore the historical city centre and discover all the things you wouldn’t have otherwise. Taxis are available throughout the day and night and are a great way to get back to your accommodation after a night out, just make sure the metre is turned on to avoid over charging.

What you need to know about nightlife in Dublin

Nightlife in Dublin
 
 

Nightlife in Dublin

The Temple bar area on the Southside of the river Liffey is the tourist driven heart of Dublin’s nightlife scene and has masses of people frequenting it every single night. It features a diverse collection of pubs, bars, restaurants and clubs, ranging from laid back and relaxed to a buzzing club full of party revellers. Grafton Street offers a more relaxed atmosphere and includes some lovely wine bars and traditional pubs serving proper Guinness. Whatever you’re looking for on your stag weekend, Dublin is guaranteed to deliver.

Learn about eating in Dublin

Eating in Dublin
 
 

Eating in Dublin

There is a fantastic selection of restaurants in Dublin all offering a range of delicious food, you’ll never be short of something tasty to eat on your last weekend of freedom with the lads. Dublin’s cultural diversity has started to grow over recent years and explains why such a large amount of different cuisines are now available in the city. There is also a plethora or cafés bistros and delis for when you want to grab something on the go and for all those after club munchies head to one of the many fast food outlets serving anything from kebabs to hotdogs and burgers. Whatever culinary experience you want to enjoy on your stag weekend in Dublin this fabulous city is guaranteed to have it all.

Find out how to travel to Dublin

Getting to Dublin
 
 

Getting to Dublin

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

Things to see in Dublin

Things to see in Dublin
 
 

Things to see in Dublin

Guinness Storehouse: In the heart of the Guinness factory complex this excellent visitor centre tells the dramatic story of the 250 year history of Guinness. A complimentary drink in the highest bar in Ireland, the Gravity bar is part of your visit here.
Kilmainham Gaol: Europe's largest disused, and Ireland's most famous prison. The leaders of the 1916 Rebellion were executed here by the English.
The Porterhouse: Dublin's oldest microbrewery pub, the Porterhouse, makes up for that with the quality of its beer. The pub only sells its own label of beers, but the stouts, lagers and ales are better than any mass-produced beer. The Oyster Stout, made with real oysters, is very good. The excellent pub food, Irish stew, and bangers and mash will fill you up without breaking the bank.
Dublin Castle: The history of Dublin Castle is fascinating.  Most of what constitutes the current castle dates back to the 18th Century. During British Rule in Ireland Dublin Castle was the centre of the occupational force.

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Reviews

10 June

4.5 Star Rating
Brilliant, quite busy but that helps to keep the atmosphere going.

22 April

4 Star Rating
Fantastic, how welcoming & helpful all the people were. Enjoyed it all, all barstaff were excellent, a real bonus. enjoyed the Guinness tour

22 July

3.5 Star Rating
Bit too expensive for my wallet, but the weekend was great

26 March

4 Star Rating
Amazing weekend, but beer was a bit pricey

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