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Krakow Stag Do, Activities & Weekend Party Ideas

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Krakow stag Weekends


Krakow, Poland's second city, is a well advised destination at which to base your stag weekend. There is a unique party current flowing around its...

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ic plethora of bars, clubs and lounges and cafes. The buzz in this city is palpable and the Polish hospitality is second to none. There are a wealth of activities to partake in and lots to see and experience in its vast array of museums, galleries, theatres and exhibitions. There are everything from budget hostels to five star hotels and all in between in the city to cater for all pockets so accommodation is no problem. There couldn't be a finer excuse than a stag party to sample some Polish good cheer (not to mention good beer).


Culture:


Krakow is often called Poland's capital of culture and after a day or two here, it is not hard to see why. With its extensive collection of museums and theatres around- the culture quota that any in your group may impose on you will be satisfied effortlessly. There is a cultural festival of some sort every week around the city and be it music, opera or film there are lots of demonstrations of the cultural history and identity of this city. As well as being home to many of Poland's top painters, musicians and writers it is also home to Jagiellonian University- one of the oldest and most distinguished universities in the world.


Famous for/ Must see:


Nicholas Copernicus, one of the founding fathers of modern astronomy, is Krakow's most famous son. He attended university here in the late 15th century. Pope John Paul II is the cities other famous son. The altar in St Marys Church is a fine display of art and is one of the biggest altars in Europe, made also in the late 15th century. Oscar Schindler's Factory is a must see for anyone coming to Krakow to get a feel for the stellar lifesaving actions of this famous Nazi party member, as well as seeing what life in Krakow was like under German rule in WWII. A visit to Auswitz concentration camp is a vital staple of a Krakow visit and a deeply moving one.


Travel info:


Air- the John Paul II International Krakow Airport is served by cities all over Europe and budget airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet offer really competitive fares to come here. Rail ' There are daily trains linking Krakow with cities all over Europe and daily hourly trains from Warsaw. Road- The city is very well serviced by roads from all over Europe and there are coach services available from a wide variety of European locations.


Stag Ideas:


The adventure hungry in your stag party will not be left disappointed with a host of activities to keep the adrenaline flowing. Between paintballing, target practice, go karting, 4x4 off-roading and white water rafting the only question is how much can you handle. If it's raining or if some in your group fancy some more leisurely entertainment then why not head for Fantasy Park in the Krakow Plaza shopping centre. Here you can partake in a smashing group game of ten pin bowling, or billiards, air hockey, video games or take a breather in their bar.


Nightlife:


Everything your friends ever told you about Krakow is true and then some. This place is a party capital of Europe. There are clubs everywhere about the city and a whole variety of bars from atmospheric cellars to suave smoky corner bars to stylish cocktail bars- they are all here. There is a vibrant live jazz scene in Krakow and if you get a chance a live jazz session takes some beating for pumping up your stag party. As well as jazz clubs, there are specialist clubs of many different kinds of music if jazz isn't your thing. Superclubs there aren't many- this isn't what Krakow is about, instead there are an enormous amount of smaller, more intimate venues where you can drink and party till the sun comes up.


History:


The first settlements here may have been as long ago as 20,000 years. It was first noted as a city in the 8th century and from 1038 to 1596 it was the capital of Poland. During this era it was a booming centre of trade and successfully repelled 3 different Mongol invasions in the 13th century but not without widespread city damage. The renaissance spread here from Italy in the 15th century elevating the artistic and intellectual pursuits of many citizens. The 17th century was a troublesome one for Krakow and Poland when they were subject to invasions from many different powerful nations. The city has emerged from the dark days of WWII under German occupation as well as the post war communist period to become a prosperous 21st century European city.


Food/ Restaurants:


Your stag party will be offered a wide choice of eating establishments in this central European city. The location of the city bang in the centre of Europe makes it a culinary heart for many different tastes and cultures. There is food from as far east as Japan and as far west as Argentina along with a smorgasbord of different foods in between. There is a great assortment of traditional Polish foods and Russian influenced cuisine to contrast with the western foods that are creeping into the Krakow restaurants listings. Restaurant Hawelka in the city centre is a top place for well-presented Polish and Austrian fare. Zapiecek Polish Pierogi we recommend in the city centre to try the Polish much revered delicacy Pierogi. Visit Il Calzone for a truly authentic Italian dining experience


Overview:


Krakow in the south of Poland is its second largest city with a population of 3/4 of a million and is situated on the Vistula River. Its central European location makes it very accessible from all over Europe. It is a famous city for the scale and the energy of its nightlife which in combination with its wide assortment of activities such as white water rafting make it the ideal destination to base your stag weekend in.

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