Going on a stag do is the ultimate laugh, but organising one yourself can be a bit daunting. One of the best ways to take the stress out of it is to book a fantastic destination where you and your mates – and, of course, the groom-to-be – can’t fail to have a good time. |
Barcelona is just such a destination. As a city break it offers more than most with a fantastic beach, great bars and excellent clubs (not to mention being home to one of Europe’s most celebrated football clubs).
There’s so much to do here, it will be tricky to go wrong. But here’s my advice if you want to book a few things in advance for your weekend (think club tickets, stadium tours, Barcelona airport transfers) to make sure it’s your best mate’s trip-of-a-lifetime.
Hit the Beach
This may be a city break, but don’t forget that Barcelona has a beautiful beach which is definitely worth checking out, especially if your mates are into water sports. Why not book some jet skis, banana boats or even a booze cruise to kick the weekend off?
Tour FC Barcelona’s Stadium
Another hot ticket worth booking in advance is the ‘Stag Do Tour’ of Barcelona’s legendary Camp Nou stadium. You and your mates will be taken around the stadium to the pitch side, the club museum and even to the changing rooms where some of the world’s best players have put on their famous kit.
Take a VIP Nightlife Tour
Barcelona really comes alive at night and you and your mates won’t want to miss a minute of it.
Make sure you hit all the best night spots all night long with a VIP Nightlife Tour. A coach will be laid on for your group which will take you from bar to bar and then from club to club. That way you’ll be able to squeeze as much partying as you can into your stag weekend without ever having to worry about getting a taxi back to the hotel.
Book Dinner and a Club
The main thing you want to avoid on a stag do are those moments when you’re all standing around wondering what you should do next.
A great solution is to book a table for dinner in one of the Barcelona clubs which has a restaurant as well. That way you get food and free entrance into the club once you’ve eaten so there’s no time to stand around wondering where to go next.
Shoko, a nightclub right on Barcelona’s lively beach, is a great choice.
How to Get To There
Getting to Barcelona from the UK couldn’t be easier with direct flights available from most of the major airports on a range of budget airlines including easyJet, Ryanair and Monarch.
Don’t forget to make sure the Barcelona airport transfers you book offer vehicles big enough to fit your whole group. With Shuttle Direct Barcelona airport transfers you can book online, and choose between a minibus or small coach depending on the size of your group.
Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for the most affordable Barcelona airport transfers, Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.
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