Warsaw Stag Weekends

Stag goes free

Stag goes free

Low £50 deposit

Low £50 deposit

Airport transfors

Airport transfers

Local guides

Local guides

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Warsaw offers everything you'd expect from the capital of Poland, and then some. The mantra go hard or go home has never been more true. With activities ranging from the stag weekend staples like paintball and quad biking to the more insane like monster truck driving or bungee swinging for the braver stag groups, you're sure to find something to keep all the boys happy during the day. Warsaw's nightlife can cater to anyone with a huge range of pubs, bars and clubs to choose from, you're sure to find somewhere to party in until the following morning!

Warsaw 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 Warsaw

 
 

LANGUAGE

Polish 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

23°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

-1°C 

COST OF A PINT

£1.50

CURRENCY

Zloty

AIRPORT

Warsaw Chopin

 
Climate in Warsaw
 
 

Climate in Warsaw

Warsaw benefits from a continental climate, meaning the summers are warm and the winters are cold and unpredictable!  Summers vary from mild to warm, and whilst it's ideal pub garden weather during the day, you'll want to bring something a bit warmer for the evening as they get cold. Winter, like in England, can vary from cold to absolutely freezing. With snow being a regular occurrence you'll want to take some decent waterproof shoes. Autumn is wet as well, while spring tends to be dry and mild.

Find out about getting around Warsaw

Getting around Warsaw
 
 

Getting around Warsaw

Like pretty much all capitals, driving is on the cards in Warsaw, but with paid parking zones in full force you might prefer to use the excellent public transport system instead. With metros, buses and trams available you'll never be far from getting where you need to go and the tram system in particular is incredibly easy to follow. A 24 hour ticket is around 15 zl (£3). If you'd rather private transport, taxis are relatively cheap in Warsaw, especially for a capital. Always ask for an estimate of how much it will cost before getting in a taxi and book in advance wherever possible. Legal taxis will have their numbers displayed on the front door under the window, and the base rate (maximum they can charge) will also be displayed - usually on one of the rear windows.

What you need to know about nightlife in Warsaw

Nightlife in Warsaw
 
 

Nightlife in Warsaw

As you might expect being the capital, Warsaw has pretty much everyone covered for a night out. You'll find microbreweries scattered across the city, the new up and coming clubs across the river in Stara Praga and Saska Kepa, dive bars in the Pavillions behind Nowy Swiat and sports bars on Wilcza.  You'll find plenty of strip clubs available, usually with stand up reputations, but it's better to go to the more reputable ones to be on the safe side. Unlike a lot of UK clubs, a night out clubbing in Poland usually ends with by being blinded by the sun as you leave the club that morning. You'll find plenty of clubs on ul. Mazowiecka, but you definitely wont be getting in if you're wearing trainers (no matter how expensive they are) so make sure you take some proper shoes. 

Learn about eating in Warsaw

Eating in Warsaw
 
 

Eating in Warsaw

The habitual junk food eater will be relieved to hear you can find all the staple fast food joints in Warsaw with as much ease as in any capital. You'll find plenty of choice in this city with everything from English pub grub to tex-mex to sushi bars. Of course, you'll also find plenty of delicious carb-laden Polish food. The milk bars, communist canteens serving delicious and ridiculously cheap food to the masses, are definitely worth a taste during your visit.

Find out how to travel to Warsaw

Getting to Warsaw
 
 

Getting to Warsaw

Check out our travel page for more information about getting to Warsaw.

Things to see in Warsaw

Things to see in Warsaw
 
 

Things to see in Warsaw

Kampinos Forest is located on the outskirts of the city and is perfect if you want to get out for the day. The locals refer to it as the green lungs of Warsaw.
Copernicus Science Centre has one of the best planetariums in Europe and is well worth a visit.
The Warsaw Uprising Museum documents the damage done to Warsaw and it's inhabitants during the uprising in 1944.

Find out about the climate in Warsaw

Reviews

29 June

4.5 Star Rating
Fantastic stag do in Warsaw. Could not have done better myself. Nightlife was top notch and catered to our varied age group. Would definitely recommend

22 May

5 Star Rating
Awesome from start to finish. The guides were great and showed us what the real Warsaw was all about. Activities well organised and lots of nightlife options.

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