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Dublin Stag Do

Cosmopolitan and diverse, Dublin is one of Europe's top hotspots, making it perfect for an epic stag do.

Dublin
15 people
2 Nights
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The birthplace of Guinness, emerald, St Patrick's Day and incredible stag do mayhem, the Irish capital will welcome you with open arms and a pint during your Dublin stag do.

With one of the youngest populations in Europe, Dublin sure knows how to throw a stag do like no other. If you're after adrenaline-fuelled motor mayhem, action-packed games or a good old pint of Guinness, then you’ve found your little slice of stag heaven.

There are so many top-class activities for you to try, whether it be a visit to the Jameson Distillery, thrashing around a Karting track, or turning your mates into a painted canvas with Indoor Paintball, a Dublin stag do has something for every group of lads.

If you’re feeling a bit confident how about playing a real man’s sport? Our Gaelic Sports package is perfect for a stag do, especially if the stag deserves a little pain!


Dublin might not be as crazy as it once was but the capital of Ireland still has so much to offer a stag do. From the many famous pubs to the pulsating clubs, you’re guaranteed to have a great night.

With a pub-to-person ration that makes other capital cities green with envy, Dublin’s nightlife is spread throughout the city, although there are a few places with a higher concentration of pubs and clubs. The Temple Bar, and other pubs around the area, are some of the best in Dublin and well worth a visit during your stag weekend.

Just south of Temple Bar is Grafton Street and Georges Street which contain a large number of bars, mainly catering from 20 to 30 somethings, ideal for a group of lads on a stag do. There are a fair few clubs there and its where you’ll probably be continuing your night as most Dublin pubs close at 11.30pm (though some stay open till around 2.30am on the weekends). For your more traditional Irish pubs head over to Stephen's Green, Merrion Row and the Baggot Street areas.


While it might not actually be a law or a sacred rule, you absolutely cannot visit Dublin without visiting the Guinness Brewery. The birthplace of the most famous stout in the world, Dublin produces a cool 10-million pints of Guinness daily - so we're pretty sure they won't run out of any of the stuff while you're there.

Dublin pubs are very serious about underage drinking so make sure you bring ID on a night out, even if you look well about the age limit!

Visit Brazen Head, established in 1198 AD as a coach house, this is Dublin’s oldest pub and well worth a visit during your stag do.

With trains, planes and ferries, you'll never be too far out of the way to get to Dublin for your stag weekend. You'll find flights daily from London, however, some of the best deals can be found from Manchester, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster, Nottingham, Exeter, Inverness, Leeds, Newquay and Southampton.

Airlines that fly from the Uk to Dublin include British Airways, Flybe, Hainan, Ryanair, CityJet flights, Aer Lingus, Loganair and other airlines including KLM, Eurowings flights, Air France and Luxair.






Is Dublin a good for a stag do?
The birthplace of Guinness, emerald, St Patrick's Day and incredible stag do mayhem, a Dublin stag will be one to remember. Not only is Dublin good for a stag do, but according to new research, the Irish Capital ranks as one of the best stag party destinations in the world. Unquestionably, the stag do is a rite of passage and an absolute must for any man who's popped the question and is on his way to the alter. Gone are the days of just having a few pints down at the local, now the stag do is an all-out event that requires a full weekend in a top destination. A top stag do destination such as Dublin, which is considered to be one of the best and most popular cities for a stag do in 2019 and beyond. The research, carried out by Globehunters, compared 40 different stag do destinations and found Dublin to be one of the best destinations when it came to stag do activities. Along with fantastic stag do activities, Dublin is affordable, has comfortable accommodation and boasts plenty of pubs and clubs. The nightlife is chilled-out but equally fantastic making the Irish capital a top spot for a solid send-off.
What to do on a Dublin Stag Do?
There's more to enjoy on a Dublin stag do than just a pint of Guinness. Sure, it might be known as Europe's booziest capital with Guinness and whiskey consumed like water, but the Irish Capital also has a pulsating nightlife, top pubs and there’s a bucket-load of stag do activities. In fact, Dublin ranks as one of the best stag do destinations in the world for having the most activities per kilometre. Some of those top Dublin stag do activities include Bubble Football, Karting, Clay Pigeon Shooting and Gaelic Sports. Touring the Jameson Distillery or Guinness Brewery are other popular choices when it comes to a Dublin stag do. The cobbled-stoned streets of Temple Bar is also not to be missed during a stag do in Dublin. Lined with pubs and restaurants, it's the most recognisable and popular area in the city. Along with fantastic nightlife, loads of traditional pubs and of course those gorgeous Irish girls, there's plenty in Dublin to keep you entertained all weekend long!
Where can I go for a night out in Dublin
A vibrant city with a bustling nightlife and a watering hole on every corner, Dublin's pubs a world-famous and definitely worth visiting during your stag do. With a pub-to-person ratio that makes other capital cities green with envy, Dublin is the ultimate city for a bar crawl. The Temple Bar and other pubs around the area are some of the best in Dublin and well worth a visit during your stag weekend. Just south of Temple Bar is Grafton Street and Georges Street which also have a large number of bars ideal for lads on a stag do. You'll also find a few clubs in the area making it a top spot to continue onto after Temple Bar. Generally, the bars in Temple Bar stop serving alcohol at 11:30 pm except on Fridays and Saturday when they stop an hour later, however, you can find a few places that stay open until around 2.30 am on the weekends. For your more traditional Irish pubs head over to Stephen's Green, Merrion Row and the Baggot Street areas.
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