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Edinburgh Stag Do Activities & Party Ideas

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Paintballing. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Evening Meal. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Clay Pigeon Shooting. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Whiskey Tour. Clubbing.
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White Water Rafting. Clubbing.
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Golf. Evening Meal. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Go-karting. Evening Meal. Clubbing.
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Quad Biking. Evening Meal. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Lap Dancing. Clubbing.
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Evening Meal. Clubbing.
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Paintballing. Lap Dancing. Clubbing.

Edinburgh Stag Weekend:


Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and the seventh most populated city in the whole of the United Kingdom. There have been people living in the area of modern day...

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inburgh, from its origins as a settlement it dates back to the middle ages. Edinburgh is a city of contrasts blending shopping, historic attractions, bars and plenty of restaurants and cafes.


Culture:


Edinburgh is a wonderful city to visit that offers many different historical and cultural attractions. The city of Edinburgh is divided into the Old town and New town. The Old Town is full of cobbled streets and small neighborhoods which include such as Cowgate. It is also where Scotland's most famous street is, The Royal Mile. Nearly 900 years ago, the city started to take on a recognisable shape in the Old Town, and the area still has many of the city's major tourist sites but for example the Royal Mile, has many 21st-century additions e.g. Scotland's parliament, plus every August there are vibrant street performance during the Fringe Festival. The New Town is where you'll find the city's best shopping and Georgian architecture buildings.


Famous for:


Edinburgh is one of the world's number one festival destinations, over the course of a year there are no fewer than 12 major festivals take place. The city is probably most famous for the annual Edinburgh International Festival, which is one of many events which are run from the end of July to early September of each year. The best known of these events are the Edinburgh Festival Fringe or simply The Fringe, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Edinburgh Castle is a major attraction which has dominated the Edinburgh skyline from the Castle Rock for many centuries. The castle is a focal point for fireworks displays which mark Edinburgh's New Year celebrations and the end of the Edinburgh Festival in the summer. Murrayfield Stadium is the home to Scottish rugby and can sit up to 67,144.


Travel info:


Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's busiest airports with over 25 airlines offering direct and connecting flights to and from UK, European and international destinations. The Airport lies just 8 miles from the City Centre and there are many buses that travel to and from it. The City Centre and the suburbs are served by a great bus network and the main provider of the service is Lothian buses. The Edinburgh tram route covers a distance of 14 kilometers from York Place in the city centre all the way to Edinburgh Airport.


Stag ideas:


Edinburgh is one the top destinations for stag parties with plenty of bars, nightclubs and restaurants. There are many different activities to be enjoyed in Edinburgh including Pub crawl, party bus, lap dancing clubs; ghost walks for stages, casinos. If you dare why not take a Haunted tour of Edinburgh exploring the vaults under Edinburgh High Street, discover the hidden ghosts. This is a great way to start your evening in Edinburgh. There are also so many daytime activities to be enjoyed including laser tag game, cliff jumping, hover crafting and many more. Glenkinchie Distillery is about 30 minutes outside Edinburgh. McKirdy's Steakhouse is the only steakhouse in Edinburgh, It is located on Morrison Street just a short walk from Edinburgh's Haymarket station A trip to Murrayfield is must for any rugby fan, tours run daily from 9.00am ' 5pm. A visit to the New Scotch Whisky Experience gives a great insight into the world of Scotland's most famous export from its cottage industry beginnings to the global success it is today. It is located on the Royal Mile at Castlehill.


So what are you waiting for, get in touch now to book your incredible activities. Some of the most popularly booked activities for Edinburgh include:


Clay Pigeon Shooting - Ever fancied yourself as a bit of a sharp shooter? Then this is the stag activity for you! No matter how experienced you may or may not be at shooting firearms this is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Test your target skills and determine who has the best eye and the steadiest hand in the group! You will be equipped with all the tools you need to shoot your way to glory! A fantastic way to spend your stag party.


Paintballing - Looking for an action packed stag party? For the trigger happy, this activity is sure to offer a fast-paced and dynamic afternoon! A classic event that is ideal for team building on a party weekend. Let all your inhibitions and frustrations of the day evaporate in a blur of combat style fun, within the boundaries of a safe and adventurous environment! Choose whether to play as a team or go it alone as you strive for glory!


Whiskey Tour - If you fancy taking your stag party at a more relaxed pace, then this is the activity for you! Discover the history behind Scotland's well known export and find out more about the distilling process before concluding your tour in the exhibition area. Finally end your visit with a taste with a choice of over 300 single malts, blends, Scotch whisky, liqueurs and cocktails.


Night Life:


Edinburgh has plenty of watering holes on offer and as you wander around the city there will be a spot that fits your tastes on your weekend of party. There are some bars and clubs that you should keep an eye out for in Edinburgh. Bar Salsa which is open every night until 1.00am and it is located at 3 Cowgatehead. The Three Sisters Bar which is a must for any stag party. It is the place where most stag and hen parties end up. It is located on Cowgate Street Frankensteins is the perfect venue for parties of all shapes and sizes. 3 Floors - 3 Bars, 1 Monster Experience The Globe is a very popular spot for backpackers and it also runs a lot of promotions. It is located 15 Niddry St. Whistle Binkies is a must if you wish to visit somewhere for a great live music atmosphere. It is located at 4-6 South Bridge; another entrance on Niddry St beside The Globe. The Dome located on Georges Street is a huge, imposing bar with breath taking interior. The dome was first built as the headquarters of the Commercial Bank of Scotland in 1847. The building was designed in a in a Graeco-Roman style by David Rhind. Opal Lounge is an Edinburgh nightclub located on Georges Street, cocktail bar, many different drink promos, DJs and guest sets. Guildford Arms is one of the oldest bars in the city, it is a stunning Victorian architecture and the building itself dates back even further.


Food/Restaurants:


Edinburgh's eating options have long been impressive from Michelin-starred high-end venues or to a bright array of budget caf's. The following are a few examples of restaurants and caf's. 21212 is a restaurant located at 3 Royal Terrace. Chef Paul Kitching and manager Katie O'Brien made their names at Juniper in Manchester and in 2009 they decided to move and open up in Edinburgh. The Grain Store is located in the heart of the Old Town on Victoria Street.


Caff' Lucano - A simple Italian establishment Dusit is a Thai restaurant located on the quirky Thistle St. open daily. No trip to Edinburgh would be complete without trying 'Haggis' which consists of a sheep's or calf's offal mixed with suet, oatmeal, and seasoning and boiled in a bag, traditionally one made from the animal's stomach


Purslane Restaurant - Relaxed and intimate townhouse restaurant, for Scottish game and seafood fine-dining by candlelight.


Wildfire - Locally-sourced and simply prepared beef and seafood served in intimate, wood and bare stone decor.


 

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