Where should you fly for a cheap stag do?   | Vox Travel

1.  Amsterdam, Netherlands

Why should you go:

Do we have to spell it out? Great fun city, fantastic bars, colourful districts, canal cruises and that relaxed rule about the herbal cigarettes! Check our our stag do activities in Amsterdam including powerboard trip and much more…

Where should you fly:

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is about 40 mins away from the town centre. Direct trains to Amsterdam Central Stations run every 10 mins costing only EUR 4 per journey if you use yellow ticket machines. Alternatively, if you want to dropped off directly at your hotel, Amsterdam Airport Shuttles departs every 10 mins with service to more then 100 Amsterdam’s hotels. EUR 17 per head. Taxis start from EUR 45.

Who flies there:

Budget airlines: Easyjet, Flybe, City jet, Jet 2

Also check: KLM, Air France, Delta Airlines,

How much?

From £40/ EUR 50 per head.

 

2. Bratislava, Slovakia

Why should you go:

This medieval city is as cute as the girls who live there! Winding cobbler streets, slightly odd upside down chair castle, pint a beer for less then 1 EUR, wine cellars, a fantastic choice of bars and restaurants. What more do you need? Check out our Bratislava stag do activities including Ice bar (ok with strip). Visit to the World War II bunkers or Micro-brewery tour.

Where should you fly:

You can either fly directly to Bratislava’s M.R. Stefanik’s Airport (BTS), which is only 20 mins away from the town centre or fly to the neighboring Vienna Airport in Austria, which is 45 mins away. The easiest way is let us book you a taxi – approx. EUR 5 from Bratislava or EUR 40 from Vienna. Do not grab a cab outside either of the airport as you’ll pay a premium price. Or ask us about our special limo pick up service!

Who flies there:

Bratislava: Ryanair

Vienna – budget: Easyjet, Air Berlin, Air Lingus, German Wings, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Jet 2

Vienna  – other: BA, Austrian Airlines, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa

How much?

From £45/ EUR 55 – Bratislava

From £80/ EUR 100 – Vienna

 

3.Berlin, Germany

Why should you go:

History meets contemporary in this buzzing capital of Germany. Berlin is simply cool! Music, arts, good bars, laid-back lifestyle – all accessible without the need for a full valet. Get inspired by our range of Berlin stag do activities including beer bike, Berlin night tour or waterskiing.

Where should you fly:

Fly to Berlin Tegel (TXL), which is the closer airport located 30 minutes away from the town centre. Getting from Tegel to the centre is easy and fast. The best way is to take one of the Airport Express buses – going either to Zoo station (Charlottenburg), Hauptbahnhof (MItte) or Alexanderplatz (Mitte). Buses leave roughly every 10 minutes and cost 2,60 €/ person (zones AB ticket, valid for two hours in one direction). Alternatively, leave it to us and we’ll pick you up in a limo with a small surprise thrown in.

You can also fly to Schoenefeld Airport (SXF), which is a little bit further away, situated 18 km from the city centre. The fastest way to get to the city centre is taking the Airport Express regional train.Trains leave every 30 minutes from Flughafen Berlin-Schoenefeld station, which is a walking distance from the airport terminal. There are also two S-Bahn (urban rail) lines which terminate at Schoenefeld station. It will usually take you longer to get into the city since these trains make quite a few en-route stops. S-Bahn operates all night on Friday and Saturday nights.

Who flies there:

Berlin Tegel: Flybe, Air Berlin, BA

Berlin Schoenefeld: Easyjet, Ryanair, Air Lingus, Norwegian Air Shuttle

How much?

From £45/ EUR 55

 

 

Why not also read our blog on why you should choose these destinations?

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