We have some rules when it comes to a stag do in Gdansk.
AND, it is to go all out...all the time!
Start your stag do celebrations from the moment you leave the airport with limo airport transfers that come with a stripper for your 'onboard' entertainment.
Treat yourself to a one-hour cruise on an old pirate ship, complete with a strip show before tucking into a traditional Polish meal and then hitting up the nightlife. Embark on a mega bar and club crawl and stitch the stag up with the Fake Kidnapping for the ultimate night ou in Gdansk during your stag do.
On day two of the stag do, treat the stag to a Sexy Maid Wakeup before sticking to the classics of karting or jet skis if the weather is warm. At night enjoy a classic beer and burger meal before packing on a party bus for a top night out.
Gdansk has something for everyone when it comes to finding a great stag party activity that will keep all the lads happy on your stag party.
But that's not all this fantastic city has to offer, Gdansk also boasts some excellent shooting packages, bungee jumping, a Tandem Paragliding Experience, cruises with a striptease and the fabulous Sexy Wake-Up.
This is one city that knows how to party where every door opens into something different and the nightlife is second to none...
Eastern Europe has some of the wildest night clubs in the world and Gdansk and its neighbouring towns are no exception.
Trust us, you and the lads are in for a real treat when it comes to a stag do in Gdansk.
Diversity is the name of the game in Gdansk. From laid-back bars, vibrant clubs and watering holes along the water to World World II bunkers converted into mammoth multi-level clubs, Gdansk is one party city where variety and uniqueness are always on the cards.
As impressive as Gdansk's nightlife is, Maximise always recommends a guided bar crawl on the first night of your stag do. You'll get to know where everything is, discover some hidden gems and you won't waste any time wandering around the search for something specific. Our guides know the city like the back of their hands and will tailor the crawl to suit your budgets and preferences, better yet you'll know where you'll want to head for the second night of your stag do.
Maximise can also sort you out with entry to the best clubs in the city and some great drinks packages once you're inside.
While Gdansk is a beautiful Polish city located on the Baltic Sea, it is often overshadowed and overlooked by the more popular hot spots of Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw.
However, with some of the best beaches in the Baltic, rich history and some fantastic sightseeing opportunities, Gdansk is certainly not second best in our books.
Get your Baltic beach time in at Stogi Beach or head to the neighbouring towns of Sopot and Gydnia.
If you and the lads have some spare and sober time on your hands get in some sightseeing by walking the length of Dlugi Targ. Also known as the Long Market or Royal Way, the Dlugi Targis the main thoroughfare through Gdansk and it's lined with the Main Town Hall, Neptune Fountain and Bar Mleczny Neptun, which is one of the best milk bars in Gdansk and where you'll find a good, cheap, local meal.
Another must-see attraction during your Gdansk stag do is St. Mary’s Church, which dominates the Old Town and is one of the largest brick churches in the world.
People think it's all about Polish Vodka, but in recent years it's become more and more about Polish Beer and microbreweries.
It shocked us too, but, Poland has a flourishing Craft Beer scene and is actually Europe's third-largest beer producer, producing 36.9 million hectolitres a year. It's all the more reason to sample some Polish beer during your stag do in Gdansk with our Beer Tasting session.
Many new, cosy little beer-focused venues have cemented their position onto the streets of the city and they have won over both locals and tourist alike. For beer lovers, be sure to check out Brovarnia, Cathead Multitap, Degustatornia, AleBrowar and Jozef K during your stag do in Gdansk.
Fun Fact: The city of Gdansk belongs to what the locals call, Trojmiasto, which translates to Tri-city and includes the neighbouring towns of Sopot and Gdynia.
While each city is independent and has its own city government and mayor, Gdansk is the oldest, largest and most commonly known of the three cities internationally and is recognised as being over 1,000 years old.
Poland and its neighbour, Germany, are home to some of Europe's top stag do destinations including Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Krakow, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw.