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Cork, located close to the famous town of Blarney, is the third-largest city in Ireland and boasts stunning architecture with plenty of stag party activities and nightlife. Sounds like a winning stag party combination to us!
The city is on the River Lee which splits into two channels at the western end and divides the city centre into islands.
During the day Cork has your usual Stag Do classics such as Paintball, Karting and Quads. However, for those who want something a little different we've got the hilarious Bubble Football, the Jameson Distillery Tour, and the local favourites Hurling and Gaelic Football. There are plenty more activities in Cork so if that doesn't sound good to you we will have plenty more we can offer.
The stag do nightlife is great too, friendly locals, stunning girls, and proper Irish pubs, bars and clubs! You can't beat the happy-go-lucky, friendly Irish for a top night out, making Cork the perfect stag do destination.
To get things started in the most chilled way we can pick you up from the airport with our Return Airport Transfers and take you directly to your accommodation.
On day one, head to a local activity centre to partake in some Gaelic Sports! With games of Hurling and Gaelic football to look forward to, you and the guys can compete with each other and see if the luck of the Irish is true.
After you and the guys have beaten and bruised each other, as is the way with Gaelic Sports, you can shoot over to the City centre and hit the Bar scene with our Pub Crawl and then onto the Nightclub for a top night out.
On day two you could keep up the sporty theme you've got going on with some time playing Laser Tag & Karting. Just remember you're not playing both at the same time, so if you're imagining a drive-by Laser shot at 30mph then forget about it!
Afterwards, its time to get arrested. No no, don't commit a crime or anything. I'm talking about our Prison Break activity. You and the lads are locked inside a real prison cell, where you must complete a series of challenges to plot your escape.
We have plenty of top Stag Do activities in Cork. In our opinion, one thing you absolutely have to try is the Jameson Distillery Tour, it is basically Christmas for the Whisky loving stag.
If you're missing your teams big game during the Stag Do we can help you out there as well with entry into a big-screen Sports Pub to watch the game. Footie on the Big Screen? Will be even better if your team wins.
Some other top activities are Bubble Football, Zorbing and if you're feeling confident, Surfing Lessons! Falling over was never so entertaining.
As a University city, the party starts early and finishes late in Cork. There are more pubs and clubs then you can count, especially when you've had one too many drinks! Let Maximise help you out with our Pub Crawl and then Nightclub entry.
We know you'll love the Irish pub culture, from the more chilled out pubs to the livelier bars, there is something for everyone in the great city of Cork. The Irish love a good laugh. Let's be honest, we all have a funny, Irish mate. That natural hilarity is why they have Comedy Clubs dotted around the City. This is a must-do activity for the stag who loves to laugh.
If one night in the Pub is enough for your group, you could have a night at the Dog Track for some chilled out time betting with your mates. It lasts most of the evening, but not too long, so you'd have time to head out to dinner after or hit the Nightclub again.
First things first head to the Pub. You're in Ireland so it would be blasphemous if you didn't go.
After a mid-afternoon drink, you could do a little site seeing. There is a huge amount of Castles and historical buildings. If you have a stag who enjoys some culture then why not check out the likes of Carrigadrohid Castle or Blarney Castle?
Also, try visiting some of the Cliffs around the coast, they're massive and a great place to relax with the guys after a night drinking.
A Stag Do might not scream 'shopping trip' to you, and honestly, it usually doesn't with us either. Cork is a different matter. Take a trip down to the English Market, opened in 1788, it's one of the world's oldest municipal markets. Artisan bread, fruit, and freshly caught seafood are just some of the specialities on offer.
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