Rome Stag Weekends

Stag goes free

Stag goes free

Low £50 deposit

Low £50 deposit

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When in Rome for your stag weekend… enjoy wild nightlife, incredible food, epic stag do activities as well as you know, some world famous sights to tick off the old bucket list. It might not be pegged as your typical lads night out, and it definitely isn’t, but if you fancy somewhere away from the stag do stereotypes for your last weekend of freedom, Rome is seriously worth a go. With all the stag do favourites like paintball, bubble football and karting on offer, as well as some local delights like gladiator fighting, Roma or Lazio football match tickets or Vespa city tours, you’re bound to find something the stag loves. In the evening, enjoy incredible food, bars and clubs and a nightlife scene that will stay up far longer than you manage to!  

Rome 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 Rome

 
 

POPULATION

2.868 million 

LANGUAGE

Italian 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

26°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

8°C 

COST OF A PINT

€4

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Fiumicino Airport, Ciampino Airport

 
Climate in Rome
 
 

Climate in Rome

Rome is blessed with a warm Mediterranean climate for most of the year, so in the Spring and Autumn you won’t be freezing like you are back home. The summers are generally hot and local custom dictates you must sit out in one of the hundreds of open air terrace cafes with a beer to cool down with! Winters are cool, but you won’t usually find snow, rather this is Rome’s rainiest season so if you’re heading over for a winter stag do – pack a brolly.

Find out about getting around Rome

Getting around Rome
 
 

Getting around Rome

Being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world – Rome is a dream to get around on your stag weekend! If you plan on driving, it’s obviously on the wrong side of the road and for leaving the city you’ll encounter a lot of toll booths on the autostrada, or motorway, marked as ‘biglietto’. For in the city, while we can get you around in return activity transfers for most of our stag do activity options, if you’ve got some down time we’d recommend using the public transport system here – either bus, tram or metro. You can grab tickets from any of the vending machines at the train or tram stations, or from tobacconist shops marked with a T – one euro will get you a 75 minute journey which should be plenty of time to get you where you’re going. For late night journeys home, Rome is blessed with uber & plenty of local taxis who will have the fares written on them in English so you can avoid any dodgy cab fares.

What you need to know about nightlife in Rome

Nightlife in Rome
 
 

Nightlife in Rome

As with much of Europe, the nightlife in Rome starts late and ends late, or early – depending on your perspective. Eating dinner before 8pm is a no go, so once you’ve lined your stomachs you’ll start seeing bars and cafes opening up for bar hopping. Head North to the Flaminio district for the art and culture that Rome is famed for, including live music from every corner of the world, street dancers and other performers. Clubbers will head South to the Testaccio district where you’ll find a club to suit every taste. Alternatively, let one of our lovely English speaking guides show you the best watering holes in the city if you don’t want to waste time figuring out where to head!

Learn about eating in Rome

Eating in Rome
 
 

Eating in Rome

Italian food has to be one of the best cuisines out there; carb laden, meat riddled, dairy stuffed goodness at every turn – pizza, lasagne, risotto, salami, gnocchi, prosciutto to name just a mouth-watering few. For starters you’ll traditionally find fresh cooked breads like bruschetta with cold cuts of delicious cured meats or local cheeses. Pizza lovers will find every variation of the dish here, though we’d particularly recommend trying out the less common seafood based pizzas, or for those who can’t pick just one, pizza al taglio is pizza served and sold by the slice, so you never have to pick just one! While we all love a lasagne or carbonara – try some of Rome’s lesser heard of pasta dishes like spaghetti alle vongole veraci (pasta with clams) or strozzapreti al lardo (pasta with cured lard and cave-aged cheese). You’ll also find a huge amount of fish dishes for seafood lovers, as well as Italian takes on steak and pork dishes. Make sure to save room for dessert as you’ll find world favourites like tiramisu, panna cotta and gelato all over Rome. This isn’t  to say Rome is an Italian food only city – you’ll find hundreds of other cuisines from Thai food to Brazilian if that’s what your stomach desires… but as the saying goes – when in Rome!

Find out how to travel to Rome

Getting to Rome
 
 

Getting to Rome

Please see our travel page for more information about getting to Rome.

Things to see in Rome

Things to see in Rome
 
 

Things to see in Rome

Colosseum: Built in roughly 70 – 80AD, this amphitheatre is the largest ever built and was used for everything from plays to gladiator battles, and though it’s not quite as sturdy as when it was first built, it’s still well worth ticking off the bucket list while you’re in Rome!
Pantheon: Also very old, 125 AD kind of old, the Pantheon was a Roman Temple (though it’s now a Church) this is one of ancient Rome’s best preserved buildings and another one for the bucket list.
San Lorenzo: Out with the old and in with the new, San Lorenzo is Rome’s very own Camden Town, and therefore obviously the quirkiest neighbourhood in this stunning capital. Head here for everything hip, pop up food stands, weird bars and excellent people watching. 

Find out about the climate in Rome

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