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Amsterdam Stag Weekends

Tulips and windmills and clogs, oh my! What the Dutch capital doesn't offer the modern stag isn't worth offering. Here in Amsterdam ‘Red light' means go all the way and coffee shops don't sell no poncy café lattes. The Dutch have famously cultivated an international reputation based on tolerance and they sure know how to cobble together a thumping party. In Amsterdam you and your stag buddies will get a taste of what the UK would be like if it had bluer skies, taller, blonder, fitter women and an atmosphere as chilled as a bottle of freshly opened Heineken. From the city that defined and then redefined the boundaries of legal fun, Amsterdam truly has that old fashioned ‘upferit' vibe. So stags of the UK unite, there's no better place to go out in style. Really. There isn't.
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Heineken Experience

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VIP Belgian Beer Bike

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Limo Beer Bike

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Canal Boat Booze Cruise - with Free Drinks!

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Go Kart Racing Grand Prix

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Fire Breathing

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Quad Biking, inc Return Transport

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Ajax Stadium Tour

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Ajax Tickets

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Boot Camp Prosecco or Beer Bike

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Cocktail Making Workshop

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Dutch Beer Tasting

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Golf Day - 9 holes

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Indoor Five a Side Football

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Indoor Snowboarding

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Limo Beer or Prosecco Boogie Bike

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Lunch at Coco's Outback

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Paintball with 100 balls

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Red Light Tour

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Float Your Boat Amsterdam Stag

Float Your Boat

From £165
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    Airport Minibus Transfer - Pickup
    Lap Dancing Guest List Entry
    Canal Boat Booze Cruise - with Free Drinks!
    Beat Club Entry
    Private Airport Drop-off
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Back Of The Net Amsterdam Stag

Back of the Net

From £149
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    Airport Minibus Transfer - Pickup
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    Indoor Five a Side Football
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It S Been Emulsional Amsterdam Stag

It's Been Emulsional

From £165
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Rubbered Up Amsterdam Stag

Rubbered Up

From £189
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    Go Kart Racing Grand Prix
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Bar On Wheels Amsterdam Stag

Bar on Wheels!

From £169
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The Basics Amsterdam Stag

The Basics

From £129
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Dam Buster Amsterdam Stag

Dam Buster

From £175
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    Airport Minibus Transfer - Pickup
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    Stag Stripper Dinner At Coco's
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Average Location Rating
From 208 reviews
09/12/2014
What a brilliant city! Definitely going back there.
22/11/2014
Brilliant, chilled out city. Not too many other stag groups. Perfect location for a stag weekend.
21/11/2014
Great city
13/11/2014
None excitent
13/11/2014
Needs no explanation!
01/11/2014
Great city, great fun, great memories!
22/10/2014
Best place for the event I thought
22/10/2014
good location, will go back.
20/10/2014
Ideal for Stag Party
10/10/2014
Bloody marvelous
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AMSTERDAM: Your ultimate guide to a weekend in Europe’s most liberal city

One of Europe’s biggest cities, Amsterdam is an old favourite. Its infamous red light district and hundreds of ‘smoky’ coffee shops make it one of the top destinations for stags looking for a truly wild weekend.

Amsterdam at a glance:

• One of Europe’s largest cities, Amsterdam has a strong cosmopolitan feel and diverse culture
• Cannabis is allowed so long as it is used in a controlled environment
• Well known for its red light district and open-minded sex shows
• Fun and lively with hundreds of events taking place throughout the year
• Recognisable for its well used waterways and the huge swarms of bicycles wherever you go

First Impressions:

Amsterdam is striking to look at with its tall, narrow buildings and winding streets. It can get a little cramped in these narrow roads but it all helps create a lively atmosphere. First time visitors may be a little alarmed at the amount of bicycle traffic, with two-wheelers far outnumbering cars in the city.

Local knowledge:

Centrum – home of Amsterdam’s attractions and main shopping district

The Centrum is where Amsterdam’s best known sights and attractions can be found. This large, horseshoe-shaped area is also the main shopping district with many well known and reputable shops throughout. Quirky museums, galleries and coffee shops appear on every corner. The most exclusive shopping areas are in Jordaan and Negen Straatjes.
 
De Pijp – a little slice of heaven for foodies
This area of Amsterdam is well known for its trendy bars, upmarket restaurants and a huge variety of ethnic eateries. De Pijp is also home to the famous Heineken brewery which offers tours to the public and is a real hit with tourists.
 
De Plantage – Amsterdam’s green oasis
The aptly named De Plantage is the greenest part of Amsterdam, featuring Amsterdam Zoo, the Botanical Gardens, a handful of museums and Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House Museum), the former home of the famous artist himself.
 
Noord – look north for bohemian vibes
With a distinctly bohemian vibe, Noord (Dutch for ‘north’) is where you’ll find an exciting mix of festivals, quaint villages and unique restaurants. Originally a shipyard on the other side of the IJ lakes, the area has been transformed into a cultural hotspot. The ferry to Noord is located behind Amsterdam’s Central Station and runs every couple of minutes. Free to ride, it’s a great way to see the city from the river.
 
Oostelijk Havengebied – Amsterdam’s ultra modern east side
The Eastern Docklands is the best place to take in and admire the city’s modern architecture. It’s also one of the best areas for late nights, with many of its quirky restaurants and bars staying open until the early hours of the morning.
 
Oud-West – a relaxed area for Amsterdam’s residents
Oud-West is predominantly a residential area dotted with large mansions and cool, laid-back places to eat. There is a much slower pace of life here compared to the Centrum and other areas.
 
Westpark – Centrum’s lively next door neighbour
Westpark is next to Centrum and there’s always something going on. A great location for eating out, late night drinks and clubs, Westpark’s architecture is also a key focal point. De Amsterdamse School can be found here, and interested parties can learn about the city’s unique architecture. The creative spaces at Westergasfabriek are also worth a visit, with many events held there during the summer months.

Red Light District – Amsterdam’s adults only zone
Despite being one of many cities in Europe with a designated area for pleasures of the flesh, Amsterdam’s red light district has to be the most famous. A whole section of the city is devoted to carnal pleasures, with pubs and bars sandwiched between scantily clad ladies in windows beckoning you into their ‘offices’ to talk shop.

Amsterdam’s best boozers:

Café Belgique, Gravenstraat
A tiny bar offering a wide selection of beers, with eight on tap and 30 different bottles.  8 on tap and 30 bottled. Despite being located close to the tourist traps, it still manages to hold on to its unique charm. It’s also the main hangout for many local DJs and artists.

De Zotte, Raamstraat
A Dutch take on a classic Belgian beer cellar. Serves over 130 beers with a specialist glass to match each one. An absolute haven for beer connoisseurs.

De Doffer, Runstraat
De Doffer is one of Amsterdam’s many classic ‘brown cafes’ – traditional Dutch pubs with wooden interiors and smoked stained ceilings. But unlike most, thos one plays host to a wonderfully mixed crowd. Offers a fantastic selection of beers and is also a great place to meet the locals.

Brouwerij ’t IJ
The Brewery Mill, as it is commonly known, brews its own beer in the windmill towering above it. This place serves very high percentage beer at relatively cheap prices in one of the coolest settings in the city. Be warned though, locals refer to the drunk tourists who stagger out of here as having been ‘spinmilled’ – and with good reason.

Amsterdam’s best hipster hangouts

Canvas op de 7e, Wibautstraat
Located on the top floor of a building previously occupied by a Dutch newspaper, Canvas on the 7th is an excellent roof top bar providing unmatched views across the city. This is where creative types meet to eat, drink and dance. After dinner the place turns into one big dancefloor.

Bloemenbar, Sumatrakade
One of the few bars you can enter after 3am, Bloemenbar always has a crowd and a buzzing atmosphere. Comfortable sofas surround the dancefloor so you can catch your breath between songs.

Pacific Parc, Polonceaukade
Located in Westerpark, Pacific Parc has a wonderfully mixed vibe, catering to a huge range of music tastes from rock’n’roll to dance. This place has the biggest sun terrace in the area and is a great place to spend late nights.

In De Olofspoort, Nieuwebrugsteeg
A totally unique gin bar in the heart of Amsterdam, where the only music comes from a piano in the corner. Not many tourists know about it but it’s somewhere that, once you find it, you’ll never want to leave.

Roest, Jacob Bontiusplaats
An utterly cool and laid-back bar, with a self-service ordering style allowing to you to choose from a wide variety of drinks. Comfy sofas dotted around complement open fires that are lit on colder nights.

NJOY, Korte Leidsedwarsstraat
Although small, NJOY’s low arched roof and modern décor give it an edge only found in the hippest of bars. All the drinks in its impressive cocktail list are made from premium spirits and fresh fruit.
 
HPS, Rapenburg
An acronym for ‘hiding in plain sight’, this bar is styled after a prohibition speakeasy with a Dutch twist. The cocktails are all carefully crafted to your palette. With Chesterfields to relax in and ultra-luxe wallpaper decorating the walls, this is one swanky place to have a few drinks. As it’s such a small venue, they ask for groups of four or more to call in advance and reserve a table. On weekends, the maximum is eight people in a group.

Amsterdam’s best nightclubs:

Cooldown Café, Rembrandtplein
A popular hangout with a large bar offering late night parties on the Rembrandtplein. Split into several areas and dancefloors, there is plenty going on here. DJs pump up the volume playing the latest chart music.
 
Het Feest Van Joop, Lange Leidsedwarsstraat
Positioned near the Leidseplein, Het Feest Van Joop is a club frequented by locals. Resident DJs play a mixture of music, from R’n’B to fresh tunes from the Dutch charts.

Jantjes Verjaardag, Rembrandtplein
This venue is split over two levels with five different bars between them. Plays current music and if you arrive before 12am, you’re guaranteed free entry.

Playa Nasty, Thorbeckeplein
The name says it all. Located near Thorbeckeplein, this place offers some ‘nasty’ nights out, and features a variety of music. A favourite with Dutch locals.

Food: eat like a local:

When out and about, stop off at Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam’s longest running open air street market. Over 300 stalls serve up home-cooked food from around the world, as well as traditional Dutch delicacies. For truly authentic Dutch cuisine Moeders provides an ever-changing seasonal menu in an informal setting. Gourmet Asian restaurant BAUT not only offers some of the finest seasonal produce the city has to offer, but doubles up as an art gallery and music venue. It’s best to book in advance to guarantee a table as it fills up fast.

The best view of the city:

Cafe Bleu at the top of the Kalvertoren shopping centre is the best place for a bird’s eye view of the city. Its unique design—a semi-circular build made almost entirely of glass—offers a nearly complete 360 degree view of the centre.

Getting about:

Bicycles are the most popular way of getting round and can be hired throughout the city for a few days. Beerbikes are a common sight and are perfect for large groups of booze-loving stags. Simply pedal your way round the city, helping yourself to the onboard lager tap, and take in some culture in the most unique way possible. Alternatively, canal cruises let you see the city from the water without too much effort and have frequent stops so you can get around easily. Buses are limited because the city is trying to reduce congestion. If you need to travel further afield, taxis are probably your best bet. They are expensive however, usually costing around €1,50c per mile.

Useful phrases:

Kunt u nij helpen? = Can you help me?
Kan ik je lets vragen? = Can I ask you something?
Kan ik lets bestellen? = Could I order?
Ik ben op zoek naar… = I’m looking for…
Kunt u mij vertellen waar de toiletten zijn? = Where are the toilets?
Kan ik een biertje bestellen? = Could I order a beer?
Kunt u mij vertellen hoe laat het is? = Could you tell me how much that is?
Hoe veel kost dit? = How much does it cost?
Kan ik betalen? = Can I pay?

When in Amsterdam…

Beer is often served with a large head, and it is not polite to complain. The beer is often stronger, so just drink it.

Staying safe:

Be vigilant of the bicycle routes that run through the city. This is a popular means of transport and taken just as seriously as crossing a road. Keep an eye out for swarms of cyclists and always look left and right. Also be wary of the canals, more people fall in than you may think, and some sadly never get back out.

Did you know?

Amsterdam is the only place in the world to have a statue commemorating its sex workers. Entitled ‘Belle’, it depicts a woman standing in a doorway with a plaque that reads, “Respect sex workers all over the world”.

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