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Sofia Stag Do, Party & Weekend Activities

Sofia Stag Do
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Paintballing. Night out.
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Go-Karting. Night out.
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Quad Biking. Night out.
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Brewery Tour. Evening Meal. Night Out.
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Snowmobiles. Night out.

Sofia Stag Weekend Capital of Bulgaria has loads going for it and has the ability to host a top stag night - one which won't be forgotten quickly. Sofia offers everything a lad could possibly want in one easy on the eye city. Lights, tasty vines, unbelievably hot girls and a belter of a nightlife scene make it a winner. Add rarely available, pulse-thumping activities and a breath-taking skyline dotted with golden domes and towers into the mix and you've got a Grade-A destination.

Culture:

History and culture lovers should visit Boyana...

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urch in Boyana district, and Saint George Church in the middle of Sofia behind Sheraton Hotel. Boyana Church, a UNESCO heritage site, is considered one of the only complete and perfectly preserved monuments of East European medieval art. Saint George Church (the Rotunda) is one of the oldest most historicly preserved building in Sofia. Built as a pagan monastery in the 3rd century A.D. You can visit a National Museum of History located in Boyana Quarter, at the skirts of Mount Vitosha, and in the Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences on Alexander I Square.


Famous for:


Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe with ruins spread far and wide across the city center. It was founded because of the sheer quality of its mineral waters. Sofia is a Eastern European capital, distinguished by its unique combination of European and Communist-style architecture as well as many beautiful orthodox churches. Furthermore, it claims to be one of the few European capitals with the most beautiful scenery and has developed ski-resort so close to it - the Vitosha Mountain for all its tourists.


Travel:


Wizz Air, Easy Jet, and Air Bulgaria fly cheap and direct into Sofia. There are several other options if you don't mind a one stop layover. This flight in itself will cost you around '130, but keep your eyes peeled Wizz Air has some amazing sales throughout the year!


Stag ideas:


Stroll into one of the top casino and soak up the atmosphere as you and your stag party, beat the dealer and win some easy money. Entry into an casino, food and drinks are available at the bar, make this stag a classic with constant adrenalin pumping fun. For a foolproof way of ensuring your stag party is a hit why not try Archery. This is a sport that takes concentration, patience and a steady hand so it can be quite enjoyable to witness your team if they turn out to have none of the above. Ever been apart of Quad Racing? It's one of the best activities for stag weekends. Unleash your inner competitiveness and set off for a day of high speed challenge in a countryside trail.


Nightlife:


During the night, Sofia is a top destination for stag parties with a compact city centre, meaning all your nightlife activity is walkable and on top of that, the Bulgarians have some of the liveliest bars and clubs so you'll have an epic time! Head for Vitosha Blvd for the biggest concentration of bars, pubs and clubs. If clubbing is on the cards for your Sofia stag party, there are loads of venues to choose from. Whatever your heart desires, you'll find it in the bars, clubs, and pubs of Sofia. Thanks to licensing laws this city parties 24/7 and is awash with piano bars, swanky lounges, blistering clubs, student pubs and rock venues.


History:


Originally a Thracian settlement, Sofia came under the dominion of Alexander the Great and the Macedonians in the 4th-century BCE before being taking over by the Romans in the early 1st-century CE, who called the city Serdica. When the Third Bulgarian Empire came into existence, Bulgaria was ,again made capital in 1879. Bulgaria became independent roughly around 1908, thanks to its liberation by Russian Forces. During WWII the country was taking over by the Soviet Union, and remained communist until the dissolution of the USSR in 1989. Today, Sofia is a modern, European capital has well over one million residents, renowned for its springs and mineral water.


Food/ Restaurants:


Sofia's city centre is packed with restaurants, bistros, cafes and eating establishments of all kinds and for all pockets. In a bid to beat the financial crisis, most restaurants now offer daily lunch specials at very competitive rates, so if you are on a tight budget but still enjoy eating out - now is your chance to try some of the better restaurants.


K.E.V.A. - The unpretentious atmosphere of this restaurant/cafe in the garden of the School for Performing Arts makes it a place to come back to again and again.


Overview:


Sofia is a modern city with a population of around 1 to 1.5 mil. residents. It is a busy place all through day with typical traffic jams and people in a hurry. Bulgaria's first city is best described as beautiful and banging. Old world charm collides with new world temptations. Sofia stag weekends offer everything from stunning Gothic architecture to hardcore shooting, extreme sports, and vibrant bars heaving with gorgeous girls. Everyone in the group will have a grand old time in this compact and friendly capital with top notch activities, entertainment, food and booze for rock bottom rates. Did we mention sofia's fine selection of strippers? Let's put it this way; you're in for an eye-popping experience!

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