Cardiff Stag Weekend


Cardiff stag weekend is sure to be memorable, for all the right reasons. Home to dragons, leeks, rugby and some legendary night life, Cardiff is the third most popular place in the whole of the land for a stag do. There’s even an area of the city called the Brewery Quarter. But there’s far more to this special city than just bars, eateries and brewing, what more convincing do you need to have a Cardiff Stag do?

Boasting a large array of Cardiff Stag Activities, you and the lads won’t get board easily, with a fine selection of stag friendly pubs, club and glitzy nightclubs, to finish off your Cardiff Stag in Welsh traditional style!

Start your Cardiff stag weekend here

Cardiff truly is a city unlike any other. If your mates like rugby, a Cardiff Stag Weekend is ideal. Cardiff has two big rugby venues: the impressive 74,500 capacity Millennium Stadium and Cardiff Arms Park. There are loads of national and international matches to enjoy here.

The Welsh love their rugby. On a match weekend, the sound of tuneful Welsh voices singing Delilah and the sheer adrenaline create an atmosphere that is hard to beat. The Millennium Stadium also offers tours, so you can walk the hallowed turf for yourself and peek behind the scenes into the giants’ lair.

Lots to do on a Cardiff stag do

The city boasts loads of other sporting endeavours to get all shouty at on your Cardiff stag weekend! Football fans can head to Cardiff City to enjoy a match. For a 5-star cricket experience, you can head to the Glamorgan County Cricket Club.

For dedicated petrol-heads, there’s the high-octane action of Cardiff Speedway to enjoy. And if you’d like to watch the fastest team game in the world, Cardiff Devils provide the very best in ice hockey combat.

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Pick of the best Cardiff Stag Activities

If you’d like to pit your wits, stamina and strength against your mates, there are oodles of Cardiff stag activities on offer. You can whizz your way around a go-kart track, inflict pain on each other at paintballing or even make like a rocket-man and take up water jet pack riding on Cardiff Bay.

There are dozens of other choices too, from bouncing off your friends at bubble football, to scrambling around in a waterfall whilst gorge walking to the ever-popular quad biking.

The call of the wild

Cardiff is a stone’s throw from the epic wilderness of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. It’s also close to the Wye Valley and some top notch Welsh surfing beaches. What will you choose for your Cardiff stag activities?

Get your mates chuckling with glee with the adrenaline-busting thrill of white-water rafting, the lemming-style leaping of coasteering and the good, old dirty fun of tearing around on mountain bikes.

The call of the bar

Now, all this high adrenaline activity might sound, well, a bit blooming exhausting! You’ve probably earned yourselves a beer or two. Brains Brewery offer a tidy tour, where you get to learn stuff and quaff golden ales at the same time. There are loads of great craft beer pubs to try on your Cardiff stag weekend too.

If you get your timing right, you could sample ales to your heart’s content at one of the festivals. Why not try the Great Welsh Beer and Cider Festival, Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival, or Wales’ first independent beer festival, Cardiff Brewfest.

What’s occurring in the evening?

The nightlife and atmosphere on a stag weekend in Cardiff are second to none. The city has become more and more cosmopolitan in recent years. There’s every type of bar and restaurant here, from traditional spit and sawdust, to dedicated music hub, to as swanky as you like.

The great thing is that all of the nightlife is compacted into two bite-sized areas of the city, making a Cardiff stag do simple to navigate. The locale around St Mary’s Street is the main Cardiff stag do party hub. Then there’s the alternative nightlife spot of Cardiff Bay, which on a hot summer’s evening knocks the socks off going to Europe for your Cardiff stag do.

Musical shenanigans

Wales is well-known as the ‘Land of Song’. It’s not surprising then that Cardiff has a vibrant music scene. On your Cardiff stag night, you could throw some shapes to iconic Welsh songsters like the Stereophonics, Catatonia, Tom Jones, Super Furry Animals and The Manic Street Preachers. There are new and exciting bands coming through too, like Catfish and the Bottlemen.

Community and male voice choirs are on the up and up in Wales. There’s some surprisingly tuneful singing to be had in the pubs and bars, and even out on the streets of the city. There’s sure to be something to set your feet tapping, or your tailfeather shaking, on a Cardiff stag party.
So, whatever you do to celebrate your final days of bachelorhood, make sure that it’s a Cardiff stag weekend. With a warm Welsh welcome, oodles of live music and an amazing range of activities on offer, we reckon you’ll have a Cardiff stag do to remember.

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