Glasgow Stag Weekends

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Ye cannae do better than Glasgow for your stag do in Scotland! Rivalling capital, Edinburgh, Glasgow might not be the cosmopolitan capital of Scotland, but it's sure as hell a lot of fun for a big group of lads looking for a chaotic weekend getaway to celebrate a last night of freedom. During the day, pub and bar crawl and get to know the hilarious, and slightly mental, locals or try out one of our adrenaline packed stag do activities. When the sun goes down, Glasgow comes to life, with epic nightlife and plenty of locals giein it laldy, plus the custom dictates you should always be carrying a wee swally (meaning to take home more beer) home at the end of the evening - in fact, you'd be a pure bawbag not to head to Glasgow on your stag weekend!

Glasgow 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 Glasgow

 
 

POPULATION

577,670 

LANGUAGE

English, Glasgow Patter 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

18C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

5C 

COST OF A PINT

£3.85

 
Getting around Glasgow
 
 

Getting around Glasgow

Glasgow is ridiculously easy to navigate, offering loads of travel options for you and the lads on your Stag do so you’ll never be short of a way to explore. There's more trains, bus routes and taxis than any other city outside London. The buses in Glasgow run 24 hours a day and have a comprehensive network so you can get to where you want to be at anytime of the day or night. For places a little outside the city centre, just hop on a train from Queen Street station and see a little more of Scotland. Glasgow also has a metro system of underground trains that connect all four corners of the city and can transport you quickly, efficiently and cheaply from one area to the other. Taxis are available throughout the city both day and night and can be hailed in the street. Driving in Glasgow is relatively easily but as with any major city the roads can get very congested during peak times and parking can sometimes be sparse.

What you need to know about nightlife in Glasgow

Nightlife in Glasgow
 
 

Nightlife in Glasgow

Without being too stereotypical, the Glaswegians know how to drink! So it's no surprise when the city has some amazing pubs, bars and clubs! Sauchiehall Street, Bath Street and The Royal Exchange Square are where you will find all the best drinking venues, such as Kushion Bar and Nightclub, Mosquito, and Bunker. The Merchant City is also considered a top nightlife destination and has a more exclusive feel to it. During the summer months the party moves outside with may bars and pubs having large gardens and terraces so you can enjoy a some booze in the beer gardens.

Learn about eating in Glasgow

Eating in Glasgow
 
 

Eating in Glasgow

Deep fried Mars bar anyone? When you think of Glasgow, you don't think of a salad or watercress sandwiches, you think of big, hearty, filling meals, and that's exactly what you get. The traditional Scottish meals available in Glasgow are beyond epic and available at a range of proud Scottish restaurants. However, you're still in a big UK city, so expect a few chain pubs and restaurants providing you with some decent and affordable grub!

Find out how to travel to Glasgow

Getting to Glasgow
 
 

Getting to Glasgow

By Air: Check out our flights page for more information about flying to Glasgow.
By Train: Glasgow has two large train stations located in the city centre: Glasgow Central and Queen Street Station. Both stations have trains arriving from all across the UK including London, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Reading and Southampton.
By Road: Glasgow is within relatively easy reach from all areas of the UK. From the south the best route is the M6 and the M74, from the east the M8 and from the north the M80.

Things to see in Glasgow

Things to see in Glasgow
 
 

Things to see in Glasgow

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: This is Scotland's most visited free attraction. With 22 state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects, the collections are extensive and internationally significant.
Merchant City: A vibrant historic cafe quarter and designer-shopping mecca. Highlights of this tour, which dates back to medieval times, include the grand neo-classical halls and Georgian townhouses built for Glasgow's rich tobacco barons and shipping merchants.
The Medieval Glasgow Cathedral: it has been in constant use for over 800 years, and is of great architectural and historic interest. Highlights include one of the finest post-war collections of stained glass windows in Britain, and the ceiling in the Blackadder Aisle which was built around 1500 by Archbishop Blackadder.
Bus Tour: Get a different perspective of this beautiful city with a bus tour. Pick up points across the city make this great way to get around and explore. You can also hop on and off as you please so you can do some bar hopping along the way...

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Reviews

03 November

5 Star Rating
Great location for any stag weekend requirements.

12 February

3.5 Star Rating
Not my first thought for a stag weekend, and Glasgow is a bit grotty in parts, but the centre of the town is actually quite nice, with some good bars. People friendly too

21 November

3 Star Rating
Glasgow is a bit run down in parts, though the people are generally friendly and the activities were excellent. The venue owners really put the effort in

27 June

4.5 Star Rating
Brill weekend, thoroughly happy with how the weekend went

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