Gdansk Stag Weekends

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Gdansk has already firmly established itself as an epic destination for stag dos. Amazing day activites like bungee jumping, RIB rides and parasailing are not the only things on offer in this stunning coastal city. Neighbouring Sopot, around 20 minutes outside the city, is renowned worldwide for throwing mental parties, particularly in the summer, where all-nighters are obligatory! If you're looking for a stag weekend which has it all, Gdansk will hit the spot.
 
Gdansk 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 Gdansk

 
 

LANGUAGE

Polish 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

20°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

-2°C 

COST OF A PINT

£1.70

CURRENCY

Zloty

AIRPORT

Gdansk Lech Walesa

 
Climate in Gdansk
 
 

Climate in Gdansk

As in the rest of Poland, Gdansk's winters vary vastly from its summers, although being near the coast, it is somewhat milder than other areas. The temperature in winter rarely dips into the double digits and throughout the day it will usually be above freezing for at least a while. Snow is pretty likely from November onwards, with it being most likely in February. Summer starts in May, with July and August seeing the hottest days where temperatures can reach into the 20s. Autumn and Spring are both wet, and like England, conditions can vary vastly day to day.

Find out about getting around Gdansk

Getting around Gdansk
 
 

Getting around Gdansk

Gdansk's city centre is compact which means the majority of your travel can be done by walking, but if you want to get to the outskirts of the city or just want to rest your legs Gdansk has an excellent public transport service - ZTM Gdansk. Running both trams and buses frequently throughout the city, tickets cost around 60p for an hour and can be purchased from the machines placed next to the stops. A day ticket for both trams, buses and night buses costs just under £3 and will sort you out with any form of travel for the day! Taxis are also available and drivers aren't known for setting extortionately high fares for tourists.

What you need to know about nightlife in Gdansk

Nightlife in Gdansk
 
 

Nightlife in Gdansk

In the summer months, 'night' is something you wont really experience as the sun doesn't set until 10pm and it will be rising again just in time for you to stagger home. But that doesn't stop the locals, and everyone else, from enjoying the huge range of pubs, bars and clubs Gdansk has on offer. Head to a microbrewery to try some of the best pints available in Europe, the meat market for underground clubs and quirky bars or if you fancy a night out which will leave you wondering how you got home, head to Sopot - located about 20 minutes outside of the city (and easily accessible by public transport) Sopot is renowned for having some of the biggest DJs and regular all-nighters! Make sure to try some Goldwasser, a vodka based spirit filled with small flakes of gold, and the city's traditional shot of choice!

Learn about eating in Gdansk

Eating in Gdansk
 
 

Eating in Gdansk

As in the rest of Eastern Europe, you'll find plenty of delicious and affordable milk bars in Gdansk, serving huge portions of traditional Polish grub at ridiculously cheap prices. There's plenty of choice when it comes to non-traditional food, with everything from pizza to sushi on offer. As a coastal city, many seafood restaurants usually serve fresh fish and shellfish caught locally and it is delicious, so make sure not to miss out on trying it. Carbs are the name of the game in Polish cuisine, so even fussy eaters will be sure to find something to sink their teeth into that will keep them going all weekend!

Find out how to travel to Gdansk

Getting to Gdansk
 
 

Getting to Gdansk

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

Things to see in Gdansk

Things to see in Gdansk
 
 

Things to see in Gdansk

Go to the beach in Stogi, while you won't be going in the sea in the winter, the views are beautiful, its well looked after and has amazing sand sculpture artists.
Old Town is one of the few areas which wasn't as badly damaged as the rest of Gdansk in WW2, and will give you a great feel for the city, as well as having some great bars to stop off in.
Head to Dlugi Targ (Long Market) for excellent pub gardens, delicious food stands and to see Neptune Fountain which miraculously survived WW2.

Find out about the climate in Gdansk

Reviews

22 May

5 Star Rating
Fantastic weekend. 14 of us went to Gdansk and we could not have had a better time. Communication was good from the very beginning and I was clear as to what each step was. The hotel location was great and suited us perfectly. We had a steak and strip dinner which was a laugh. I could ramble on, but the short of it is this, great company, great organisation, great location and a great time.

15 September

5 Star Rating
Gdansk is perfect for a stag weekend. Good bars with drinks for ridiculously low prices. There are also plenty of eating places. Old town is nice to wander around in relaxed moments. Locals are friendly/sociable and up for a good time. Sopot is a better night out and only 15 minutes away. The two towns have everything you need on a stag party. The women are absolutely beautiful too.

26 June

5 Star Rating
I want to thank you and your team for what was an amazing weekend experience. Gdansk is a beautiful city and the 30 degree temperature was a welcome blessing. Guides were helpful and friendly and the activities enjoyed by all.

02 March

5 Star Rating
Awesome!

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