Prague Stag Weekends

Stag goes free

Stag goes free

Low £50 deposit

Low £50 deposit

Airport transfors

Airport transfers

Local guides

Local guides

Group login area

Group login area

Financial protection

Financial protection

 
 
Over the past five years, Prague has become one of the favourite Eastern European choices for a stag weekend - And it doesn't take a genius to find out why! The Czech capital is an amazing location 365 days a year, no matter what you want to get up to on your stag weekend. If you're after adrenaline fuelled activities, ridiculously wild nightlife, some of the hottest women on the planet or even a chance to go sightseeing, Prague has something for everyone! So if you want to do something incredible on your stag do, check out our nightlife, activities and weekend packages for an unforgettable weekend! All Maximise Stag Weekends in Prague include Return Airport Transfers, Activity Transfers, Lovely female nightlife guides and 24 hour assistance as standard! Prague is a vibrant and exciting city full of extraordinary people, activities and nightlife...

Prague 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 Prague

 
 

LANGUAGE

Czech 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

26°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

-5°C 

COST OF A PINT

£1

CURRENCY

Czech Koruna

AIRPORT

Prague Ruzyne

 
Climate in Prague
 
 

Climate in Prague

Hot summers and cold winters are the norm in Prague. The temperature regularly reaches 25-28ºC during the height of the summer, surprisingly though the rainiest months of the year are also from May to July. Whilst great at any time of the year, the best time to visit this intriguing Czech Capital city is March - April & September - November, where you'll get a brilliant feel for this popular city, perfect for a stag weekend.

So when is the best time for a visit to Prague in Czech Republic? Here are some helpful facts:
  • The Summer months June, July & August have warmest average temperatures.
  • The warmest month is August.
  • May is the wettest month with June and July just behind.
  • Prague's driest months are January, February and December.
  • On average, the coldest month is January.

Find out about getting around Prague

Getting around Prague
 
 

Getting around Prague

Prague has a very compact city centre and to get from Wenceslas Square located in the new town, from Prague castle on the other side of the Vltava river, takes just 20 minutes by foot! Alternatively Prague has a brilliant public transport network. The buses are reliable and regular with good links all across the city meaning that you can see a lot for very little cost. The metro is also a great way to travel on your stag weekend in Prague! It opens from 4:45 AM until Midnight and connects 57 different stations across the city. The Metro is very fast, efficient and cost effective, taking you anywhere in the city you want to be. Unfortunately, in Prague, the taxis have a bad reputation for trying to charge extortionate rates to tourists. Never use a taxi that is waiting near any of the popular tourist locations. If you want to get one, duck into a nearby hotel, bar or restaurant and politely ask them to call you a cab. They will know the most reliable numbers and be able to communicate with them in Czech, so this is the best way to avoid being ripped off. If you want to call them yourselves, Maximise will provide this information to you prior to travel.

What you need to know about nightlife in Prague

Nightlife in Prague
 
 

Nightlife in Prague

The most popular nightlife areas in this vibrant city are Wenceslas Square and the Old Town where you will find the historic town lights up and offers a whole host of different bars and clubs to suit everyone's tastes and budgets. From traditional beer halls to sleek, modern dance clubs, Prague's nightlife is as diverse as the people who frequent it night after night. Prague is famous for it's beer, hardly surprising when it's cheaper than water! So make the most of your weekend in Prague and sample some of the famous amber liquid!

Learn about eating in Prague

Eating in Prague
 
 

Eating in Prague

Traditional Czech cuisine mainly consists of beef or pork served with a side of dumplings, but gone are the days of grey meat and dubious looking accompaniments. Czech cuisine has really turned in to a taste sensation with hearty being the key element to their dishes, which are well worth a try on your last weekend of freedom. Prague is also home to a whole host of international cuisine from Arabian to Italian and everything in between. The growing influx of tourists have changed the dynamic of the restaurant scene to make it what it is today: delicious, cosmopolitan and varied.

Find out how to travel to Prague

Getting to Prague
 
 

Getting to Prague

See our Prague flights page for more info.

Things to see in Prague

Things to see in Prague
 
 

Things to see in Prague

Old Town Square: The Old Town Square is the oldest and most important square of the historical Prague. It is surrounded with historical buildings such as the Old Town City Hall with the famous Astronomical Clock, the imposing St. Nicholas Church and Church of Our Lady before Tyn, It is also surrounded by loads of bars, restaurants and clubs.
Prague Castle: Prague Castle is the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and the ancient seat of Czech kings throughout the ages. It is Prague's premier tourist attraction.
Charles Bridge: Charles Bridge (Karluv Most) is a 14th century stone bridge linking the two sides of Prague. This magnificent structure is one of the city's finest attractions, and is the main pedestrian route connecting the Old Town with the Lesser Town (Mala Strana) and Prague Castle.
Wenceslas Square: Wenceslas Square is a vibrant area of hotels, apartments, restaurants, bars and clubs. There are also banks and an array of local and international shops. This is the nightlife and entertainment centre of Prague, and Prague's main shopping district begins here.

Find out about the climate in Prague

Reviews

12 July

5 Star Rating
Booked a stag in Prague. I admit we left it very late but our rep, Zoey Whelan, accommodated us and organised a fantastic activity filled weekend. The company also provided us with a guide, who was absolutely fantastic. Many thanks to both Zoey and Anastasia for making it a weekend to remember!

08 March

5 Star Rating
Had an excellent guide very friendly very helpful.The day shooting was class really enjoyed the day.Would not think twice about useing this company again.They just made the weekend hassle free.And a big thank you to Joe who bent over backwards to help us.

14 November

5 Star Rating
Just been on mates stag in Prague - stunning! Thanks to Todger for invite - shooting and nightlife were highlights - going back next year for my stag and would definitely use Maximise again if they promise me the same guide :)

10 October

5 Star Rating
Prague had everything we wanted. Great bars and club and your guide was amazing - very understanding and tolerant :) Yes I would recommend both Prague and Maximise if planning a weekend.

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