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Bubble Football

From £27 / €31 per person

Indoor Paintballing

From £29 / €33 per person

Outdoor Paintball

From £30 / €34 per person

Go Karting Budget

From £36 / €41 per person

Outdoor Go Karting

From £41 / €47 per person

Grand Prix Go Karting

From £49 / €56 per person

Autocross

From £58 / €66 per person

High Ropes Adventure

From £34 / €39 per person

Escape Rooms with Drinks

From £18 / €21 per person

Bowling, Burgers and Beers

From £23 / €26 per person

Craft Beer Tasting – 8 Variations

From £21 / €24 per person

Virtual Reality Experience

From £22 / €25 per person

Five a side football

From £18 / €21 per person

Football with Topless Referee

From £29 / €33 per person

Football Against Local Team

From £28 / €32 per person

Squash

From £15 / €17 per person

Laser Tag

From £20 / €23 per person

Basic Shooting 25 Bullets

From £38 / €43 per person

Advanced Gun Shooting 30 Bullets

From £46 / €52 per person

Clay Pigeon Shooting

From £37 / €42 per person

AK 47 Shooting (20 Bullets) – Outdoor

From £75 / €85 per person

Gung Ho Shooting Package – Outdoor

From £60 / €68 per person

Sniper and AK47 – Bonding

From £68 / €77 per person

Wakeboarding

From £35 / €40 per person

Pool Party

From £19 / €22 per person

Waterpark

From £33 / €38 per person

Underground tour

From £15 / €17 per person

Dracula Castle Tour with Lunch

From £68 / €77 per person

Private Spa Relaxation with Massage

From £42 / €48 per person

All Day Spa

From £41 / €47 per person

Tandem Sky Diving

From £150 / €171 per person

Private BBQ Party

From £35 / €40 per person

Bucharest Pub Crawl

From £12 / €14 per person

Bus Crawl – The All Nighter

From £33 / €38 per person

Karaoke Night with Beers

From £11 / €13 per person

Pub Crawl With Club Entry

From £14 / €16 per person

Romanian Shots Crawl

From £16 / €18 per person

Bucharest Cocktail Crawl

From £16 / €18 per person

Night Club Entry with Drinks

From £12 / €14 per person

VIP Clubbing – Entry and Table

From £10 / €11 per person

Kick Off Dinner

From £22 / €25 per person

Medieval Banquet with Drinks

From £23 / €26 per person

Three Course Traditional Dinner

From £25 / €28 per person

Steak Dinner

From £26 / €30 per person

Steak and Strip Dinner

From £36 / €41 per person

Naked Sushi with Drinks

From £42 / €48 per person

Strip Club Entry

From £11 / €13 per person

Strip Club with Open Bar

From £28 / €32 per person

Stag on Stage Strip Club with Open Bar

From £35 / €40 per person

Strip Club Gold Package

From £47 / €53 per person

Whiskey Tasting and Lounge Bar Entry

From £27 / €31 per person

Wine Tasting and Lounge Bar Entry

From £27 / €31 per person

Stag Arrest with Bar Crawl

From £33 / €38 per person

Bill Not Paid (Bouncer Escort) – Prank

From £22 / €25 per person

Casino Night

From £13 / €15 per person

Cleaning Lady Stripper

From £16 / €18 per person

Hitch Hiker Stripper

From £16 / €18 per person

The All Girl Action

From £34 / €39 per person

Dwarf Hire – 1 Hour

From £11 / €12 per person

Airport return transfers

From £19 / €22 per person

One Way Airport Transfer

From £10 / €11 per person

Night Lincoln Limousine Cruise

From £22 / €25 per person

Hummer Limousine Cruise/Airport Pickup

From £26 / €30 per person

Bucharest Strip Limo Cruise

From £33 / €38 per person

Airport Limousine Transfer

From £25 / €28 per person

Bucharest Airport Strip Limousine

From £35 / €40 per person

Hostel

From £9 / €10 per person

4 Star Apartments

From £31 / €35 per person

3 Star Accommodation

From £29 / €33 per person

4 Star Accommodation

From £40 / €46 per person

Private Villa

From £47 / €53 per person

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Bucharest Stag Do Reviews

Get the lowdown on Bucharest

Bucharest, Bucharest, Bucharest. What a city! The capital of Romania has been named as one of the coolest cities in Europe and as a hub of alternative counter culture where street art brightens up the buildings, and pubs, bars, clubs and culture hubs line the pavements, Bucharest is an ideal place for a stag do abroad. Not only is the booze cheap as chips, but the women are stunning, and the nightlife really is as experimental, creative and as wild as it gets.
It may not be at the top of many people’s ‘To Visit’ lists but there is a certain element of the secret, undiscovered treasure about Bucharest, which makes it all the more seductive as an off-the-beaten track place to party your stag weekend away.

 Key Facts

Currency: Romanian Leu RON
Official Language: Romanian
Dialling Code: +40
Emergency Number: 112
Population: +2.27 million

 Top Things to DoDay

  1. Visit the Museum of the Romanian Peasant: Undoubtedly one of the best museums in Bucharest, the Museum of the Romanian Peasant is a great alternative idea to pass the time while not boozing on your stag weekend abroad. It’s full of weird and wonderful costumes, weapons, icons, architecture and artwork.
  2. Go on an Underground Tour: Sightseeing tours can be so tacky and touristy can’t they? Well, for an alternative take on the seductive city of Bucharest, try and underground city tour which will take your stag group on a journey to discover the hidden secrets of the city expressed through street art and social, cultural and political programmes.
  3. Laze in the Sun at Herastrau Park: Bucharest has lots of great outdoor retreats and green areas which are just perfect for an afternoon or lazing in the sun with an ice-box full of cold beers, watching the pretty girls stroll past. Top points for a stag afternoon of park life chillaxing go to Cismigiu Garden, the Botanical Garden, and Herastrau Park.
  4. Experience Communist Bucharest: The Romanian capital still bears many remnants of its Soviet era, communist history. If it’s a more historically enriching experience you want from your stag do in Bucharest, track down some of the famous communist landmarks such as The House of the Free Press and Revolution Square.

Night

  1. Try your luck at the Casino: Tired of traditional nightlife activities? Take your stag group out to the casino for a raucous evening of gambling, drinking and smoking cigars.
  2. Try Alternative Clubbing: Bucharest is a great stag destination for alternative nightlife options. There are clubs, and then there are underground clubs where the party is more hard core, the people are hotter and wilder, the music is better and the drinking and debauchery never ends.
  3. Visit the Lipscani District: Every city has one. A district that is cooler, more unique, eccentric and quirkier than the rest. This spot is usually where you’ll find the best bars, the best clubs, the best shops and the best people. In Bucharest, this district is called Lipscani, and it is an absolute must visit for any stag group looking for a great evening out.
  4. Have a Traditional Romanian Dinner: Romanian food is delicious. It’s hot, spicy, meaty and rich – perfect for lining your stomach before heading out for a big stag party. Indulge in some stag pre party bonding time with a meal out at a traditional Romanian restaurant.

 Top Stag Activities in Bucharest

  1. Try the Escape Room Experience: For an awesome stag experience, try the Escape Room. Ok, we know it’s not exactly typically Romanian, but it is typically team-building, fun and challenging. It’s a great idea to get the group to know each other at the beginning of the weekend abroad.
  2. Grand Prix Go Karting: Anyone for a bit of healthy competition? Find out which of your stag group is the quickest and slickest when it comes to driving. Grand Prix Go Karting is not just an exhilarating activity to take part in, it’s also fun to watch the other drivers battle it out for first place from the side lines, cold beer in hand!
  3. Go on a Romanian Shots Crawl: See your groom-to-be off in style with a shot of Romanian firewater Palinka in as many bars as you can handle. This is one way to get the party started, just make sure you down hit so many shots that you can’t remember your Bucharest stag nightlife experience.

 What to Eat

Ciorbă de perişoare” (meatball soup), Tocaniţă (meat stew seasoned with onions and spices), ghiveci  (vegetables cooked in oil), sarmale (pickled cabbage leaves stuffed with a mix of minced meats, rice and spices), mititei (small skinless grilled sausages).
DINE OUT @ Zexe for award winning Romanian cuisine.

 What to Drink

Local Beers: Ursus, Ciuc and Timisoreana
Local Wines: Busuioacă de Bohotin (sweet rosé), Busuioacă de Bohotin, Feteasca Neagra (red), Feteasca Alba (white), Feteasca Regala (white), Tamaioasa Romaneasca (white)
Local Spirits: Tuica (prune liquor), afinata, visinata and zmeurata
DRINK OUT @ Control Club for excellent DJ’s and live music performances in an alternative underground party style atmosphere.

 Public Transport

Bucharest is served by a variety of public transport options. Stag groups wanting to travel above group can opt for a wide network of bus, tram and trolleybus lines. Almost the entire city is covered by these routes and the lines run from 5am until 11:30pm. Tickets can be picked up at sales point throughout the city and need to be validated before getting on board. Very conveniently, the tickets for the bus, tram and trolleybus can all be interchanged! Perfect for multi transportation!
The underground service is perhaps the most efficient way of travelling around Bucharest. Perfect for stag groups looking to get around quickly and easily, there are 4 different lines and metro stations are dotted across the capital and are indicated by a giant blue M above ground.

 Climate

While we know that a large proportion of stag groups will probably spend most of their time in Bucharest guzzling cheap beer, there are plenty of alternative activities to keep you occupied and while some of the more outdoor pursuits may depend on good weather conditions, Romania’s climate is working in your favour. Because of its position in the south-eastern part of Europe, Bucharest has a relatively temperate, humid continental climate. Having said that the winter can be windy, and cold with temperatures often dipping well below 0°Celsius. Summer is warm and sunny with little rain and the occasional heavy thunder storm. In spring and autumn temperatures sway between 17 °C to 22 °C during the day, dropping a little at night.

 Useful Costs

Cost of a good meal in a restaurant: 100 lei
Cost of a lunchtime snack: 20 lei
Cost of a pint of beer: 6 – 8 lei
Cost of a bottle of wine: 24 lei
Cost of a drink in a club: 21 lei
Cost of a bottle of water: 3.52 lei
Cost of a bottle of Coke: 4.63 lei
Cost of a Cappuccino: 7.58 lei
Cost of a pack of cigarettes: 15 lei
Cost of a one way local public transport ticket: 1.50 lei
Cost of Taxi (min): 1.39 lei

 Did You Know?

  • Bucharest has been the capital of Romania since 1659, and is the sixth largest capital in Europe.
  • Bucharest is the birth place of the man who invented the modern jet engine, Henri Coanda. He was born in the capital in 1910.
  • The capital of Romania is famous for its legions of stray dogs, which are said to bite around 9000 people per year.
  • The Romanian Palace of Parliament is the biggest office building in Europe and the second largest in the world, after the Pentagon in the United States.
  • Bucharest has been given the nickname “little Paris” thanks to its plethora of stunning Belle Epoque buildings.