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A smattering of culture, plenty of drinks and that unmissable Irish charm, Belfast is Northern Ireland's gem of a stag do location. It's the second biggest tourist destination on the island and the main filming location of popular TV series, Game of Thrones.
Home to the late & great George Best and boxer Carl Frampton, Belfast has a big history of sport, making it perfect for stags. You could visit Windsor Park, or enjoy traditional stag activities like Bubble Football or Paintball.
Perfectly positioned in Northern Ireland with plenty of nice summer days, Belfast has so many fantastic activities available. But that isn't the best part, the city is packed to the brim with traditional pubs and newer cocktail bars, making Belfast a real mishmash of nightlife opportunities. With that in mind, we suggest heading out for a Maximise Bar Crawl, followed by a VIP reservation in a top nightclub. It's better to arrange it now with us then go alone and fail to get in on the big night.
When it comes to the day after, you and the lads have a huge range of activities to choose from. So whether you fancy turning the heat up with a Stripper, drifting from apex to apex with our Rally Driving, or playing a classic game of Paintball, Belfast is the place to be.
With big nights out and pubs pouring out the wazoo, Belfast has a vibrant nightlife scene waiting to be explored. We work with loads of bars in the city, so you're never far from the next pint when you organise your stag party with us!
First things first is a night out in the city with our Bar Crawl & Club Combo. We'll plan a legendary night across 5 bars and a top nightclub. There are drinks offers available in each and you even get some free shots. However, if you're feeling to go all out, we can reserve you a VIP area in the club instead.
We work with plenty of top restaurants in Belfast, so our 3 course meals guarantee quality like no Yelp review could. So whether it's Chinese, Italian or a traditional Irish meal, we have a flavour to suit every taste bud.
Around a £1-1.50 cheaper than London, a beer in Belfast isn't exactly cheap, but you get a lot for your money. As mentioned before, the bars are a mix of traditional and modern, giving you a lot of choice and a lot of comforting quality, too. Most pubs will have a fair few craft beers cropping up from time to time, so be sure to sample some of the best.
Belfast is a relatively compact city, so getting around by foot, bike or public transport couldn't be easier. You can get a day pass for the Metro bus services for £3.50 per person. They travel throughout the city and are a perfect way of getting around. The main train station is Belfast Central, and this is only 5-10 minutes on foot from the city centre and Victoria Square, so getting into the city won't be an issue either.
Flights are abundant. Almost every English airport flies to Northern Ireland, usually for as little as £50 each. Another option is the train and then the ferry. The Ferry is usually more expensive, and takes longer, but you can relax a little more on the way.
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