Celtic Stag Weekends Offer Something Extra

Glasgow has undergone something of an image transformation over the last ten years or so and this former European capital of culture has all the makings of a great location for a stag weekend. This is not just about the vibrant nightlife and the whiskey, but also for a range of unusual activities, some of which are dependent on the time of year.

As well as opportunities for shooting or driving something, you can also try falconry if an adrenaline-fuelled activity is not for you. In the winter, you can also go skiing or snowboarding and if you want a winter sport that is more sedate then why not try curling, Scotland is the home of whiskey and Glasgow as you can imagine has an abundance of distilleries to visit and sample.

Glasgow nightlife is vibrant and offers everything to suit all tastes. As with all cities it is well endowed with restaurants so there is no shortage of places to eat. Though the city is complex, it is quite easy to get around by taxi or bus and there are interesting places to visit if you want something a little less frenetic to do during the day.

Scotland lends itself to a theme brilliantly, as wearing kilts and painting half your face blue, has a certain appeal and there are plenty of rowdy bars where you can go and practise your Scottish accent. It could well end up being better than Mel Gibson’s.

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