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The Ultimate Guide To A Prague Stag Do

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Prague - Europe’s Biggest Stag Do Destination

When it comes to celebrating your pal’s last days of singlehood, few places compare to Prague. The Czech capital was voted one of Europe's top 15 cities and also boasts the third-cheapest pints on the continent at just £1.50. So it’s no surprise you’ve chosen to have the stag do there!

Ahead of the big weekend, you’ll need to think about where you’re staying, what you’re doing, and—most importantly—where you’re drinking. As seasoned stag do planners with years of experience creating unforgettable knees-ups in Prague, we’ve got the intel to help you make all the right decisions.


Where to Stay

Whether you want to be in the thick of the action or are looking for accommodation more on the serene side, Prague always delivers.

  • Staré Město & Josefov

    Staré Město—otherwise known as Prague’s Old Town—lets you get stuck right into your stag celebrations! The district is home to some of the city’s best bars and most iconic sights, from the city hall’s 15th century Astronomical Clock to the Church of Our Lady before Týn, plus many shops, restaurants, and quaint alleyways. Josefov is the old Jewish Quarter to the north of Staré Město and this is where ancient and modern worlds collide, with magnificent synagogues and hip boutiques standing side-by-side. You’ll find a wide range of accommodation in both Staré Město & Josefov, whether you’re after luxurious five-star hotels or basic hostels.

  • Žižkov

    Easily identified by the enormous Žižkov Television Tower, this bustling district is considered the most authentic area of Prague, located to the east of the Old Town Square. Stags will be pleased to know that it is also home to an abundance of bars and pubs, giving you plenty of options for your nights out! Accommodation mostly consists of three and four-star hostels, which are also a lot more affordable than other districts owing to the area’s distance from the city centre. However, good public transport links mean you’ll have no trouble reaching central destinations whenever you like.

  • Hradčany (Castle District)

    Hradčany is situated just outside the heart of the city and is home to the Prague Castle, which you’ll likely be able to see wherever you stay in the region. The castle district is one of Prague’s quietest, which you’ll be grateful for when you’re all nursing hangovers! Hradčany is also home to plenty of luxury accommodation and is great if you want to stay somewhere with a bit more character. The district boasts many restaurants, museums, and art galleries, and is just a short taxi journey away from the Old Town Square.

    Here at Maximise, we cater to all budgets and preferences and can sort you out with anything from a 2-star to 5-star hotel, as well as party apartments and hostels.


Where to Drink

Famous for its cheap beer houses, serving some of the Czech Republic’s best brews, Prague has something for everyone, including nightclubs and cocktail bars.

  • BeerGeek

    Rather than stick to one or two types of beer on your stag, why not visit BeerGeek and sample some of the 32 varieties it has on tap? These include a range of rare beers from small Czech breweries and popular classics from countries including Denmark, Belgium, and Germany. With a modern, minimalist interior design and a menu of 11 different types of chicken wing, BeerGeek is a great way for you and the lads to get the party started.

  • Hemingway Bar

    Perhaps the city’s most popular watering-hole, Hemingway Bar—named after writer Ernest Hemingway—is renowned for its rum and absinthe-based concoctions. Characterised by its cosy yet vibrant atmosphere and decorations paying homage to Hemingway himself, this is quite simply a must-visit venue. Be sure to get there early though, as Hemingway Bar can get extremely busy after 9 pm, which is when staff stop taking reservations.

  • Karlovy Lázně

    Karlovy Lázně is a five-story nightclub housed in a 14th-century bathhouse and retains many of its original features, including mosaic wall tiling and Roman spa-pools. With each floor playing different types of music, from hip-hop to ‘60s rock, there’s a room bound to please everyone in your clan, making it the ideal destination for an indecisive stag party. If you don’t want to waste time scouting out drinking locations yourself, then our Top Night Out bar crawl is just the ticket. We’ll show your group some of Prague’s hottest spots, with tickets including nightclub and strip club entry. If you want to sip on a selection of the city’s best cocktails, our Tour & Cocktails activity will be right up your street.


What to Do

When you’re not drinking Prague dry, you and the lads need to keep yourselves occupied. Luckily, there are lots of activities for you to enjoy.

  • Jelly Wrestling

    A stag wouldn’t be complete without some gorgeous girls, which is why our Jelly Wrestling activity is so popular. The name tells you everything you need to know—sit back and watch two scantily clad Czech hotties getting down on all fours and wrestling in jelly. With unlimited beer and the chance to see the groom pulled into the ring, it really is the ultimate stag do activity.

  • Tank Driving

    Look no further than our Tank Driving activity for some adrenaline-fueled shenanigans with the boys. We’ll give the groom-to-be 30 minutes behind the wheel of a 13-ton BMP-1 war tank—the perfect way for him to celebrate his stag. With transfers and English-speaking guides organised by us, all you need to do is have a laugh scudding around in one of these bad boys.

  • Beer Bike

    Keen to explore the city but don’t want to compromise on drinking time? Then hire a Beer Bike. Our 12-man booze bikes are stocked with 30 litres of Prague’s finest beer so you and the boys can start as you mean to go on! Don’t worry about navigating, though, as we’ll provide a sober driver to do that—all you guys need to do is peddle and drink as much as you can


What to See

Prague is called the “city of a thousand spires” for a reason. With beautifully domed churches and soaring towers dominating its skyline, there are spectacular sights almost everywhere you look.

  • Charles Bridge

    The 621-metre long Charles Bridge is one of Europe’s most iconic bridges and perhaps Prague’s most visited attraction. Built in 1357, the bridge features 32 unique points of interest, including statues of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and John of Nepomuk, the Czech Republic’s most revered saint. It’s best to visit while the sun is setting to get spectacular views of both the bridge and the River Vltava.

  • Prague Castle

    As one of the world’s largest castles containing some of the city’s most popular tourist sites within its walls—including St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, and St. George's Basilica—you can’t visit Prague without exploring Prague Castle. Originally built in around 870 BCE as a fort and now the official residence of the Czech Republic’s president, its stunning architecture and incredible views over the Vltava River and Old Town will make your jaw drop.

  • Church of Our Lady before Týn

    Easily one of Prague’s most recognisable sights is the Church of Our Lady before Týn, with its distinctive twin 80-metre-tall spires, providing a great backdrop to your stag do snaps. The current structure was completed in 1385, although the church has been modified multiple times throughout the centuries. Inside you’ll find tombs, Baroque paintings, and glorious Gothic architecture.


Where to Eat

While Prague is more known for its beer, there is plenty of delicious food to eat in the Czech capital. From classic Czech cuisine to Western staples, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

  • Lokál

    To enjoy good quality, hearty Czech food at affordable prices, you can’t go wrong with an evening at a Lokál. There are four locations across the city, serving an ever-changing menu of traditional, homemade Bohemian grub, with highlights including their pork and cabbage goulash and salmon trout fillet with seasonal vegetables. Lokál uses only fresh ingredients and spices sourced from local suppliers. Food aside, there’s also a mean beer menu to explore.

  • Hillbilly Burger

    For more familiar cuisine, check out Hillbilly Burger. The restaurant serves up a wide range of eccentric burger options—including its goat’s cheese with honey burger—all with a much spicier kick than the usual Czech fare. This is ideal if you have any vegetarians in the group, as rather than confining them to one or two choices, Hillbilly replaces the meat patty with a veggie alternative, allowing everyone to enjoy the restaurant’s delights.

  • Cafefin

    For a light breakfast or lunch, head to Cafefin, a Vietnamese cafe located in the Vinohrady region. Here, you can sip coffee and enjoy some of the cafe’s scrumptious offerings, ranging from Banh Mi baguettes to rice porridge. With exposed brick walls, hanging lights, and an eccentric furniture, Cafefin is sure to offer a stylish backdrop to your meal.

    Alternatively, Maximise can take care of all your meals. Why not indulge in a Medieval Banquet to line your stomachs ahead of a night on the lash? Featuring an all-you-can-eat menu and unlimited booze, as well as live entertainment, you and the lads can live like kings. To turn things up a notch, our Steak & Strip Dinner is the perfect way to celebrate the stag’s last weekend of freedom—after all, what beats steak and sexy girls rolled into one?


How to Get Around

Getting around Prague couldn’t be easier thanks to its compact nature and extensive, integrated transport system.

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    There’s a comprehensive tram network which is the most convenient means of navigating the shorter distances between neighbourhoods. The full tram service runs between 5 am and 12:30 am, with a limited service throughout the night.

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    Prague’s metro system runs frequently between 5 am and midnight, and is most suited to visiting the outskirts of the city.

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    You won’t find many buses running in the city centre, but these are useful for airport transfers and travelling to areas unreachable by tram or metro. Prague’s full bus service runs from 4:30 am to midnight, with a limited night service.

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    There are plenty of taxis running in Prague but there’s always a chance you could be ripped off in tourist-heavy areas. Order a taxi via phone rather than hailing one from the street to ensure it’s legitimate.

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    Central Prague is extremely dense and individual regions are easily explored on foot. It is a relatively safe city to walk around at night, though do be careful around Wenceslas Square, where pickpockets have known to target people.

    If you want to get around Prague in style, then our Party Bus & Strip or Lincoln Limo Tour activities are sure to appeal. Here at Maximise, we can even spice up your journey from the airport, with our Beer Bus airport transfer starting things off as soon as you leave the airport. On board, you’re treated to 30 litres of beer served by a waitress, pumping tunes, and disco lights.