Košice is probably the best new undiscovered destination in Eastern Europe. It is the cultural centre of Eastern Slovakia as well as the European Capital of Culture 2013, with a well preserved historical centre, which is the biggest among Slovak towns.

“Košice lures you with its dazzling historic core but holds your interest with free-spirited nightlife. The pride of Eastern Slovakia’s largest city is Hlavná, the central square with the country’s largest concentration of historic monuments. Since its tenure as European Capital of Culture 2013, Košice has grown increasingly confident. The cultural scene continues to bloom in unconventional ways: offbeat bars, Soviet city tours and vegan dining share the limelight with well-established draws like the showstopping Gothic cathedral, philharmonic orchestra and, yes, ice hockey.”  www.lonelyplanet.com

The local nightlife is friendly and exceptionally cheap for stag parties, compared to well known European cities. Uplifting music, fantastic food, great beer, beautiful and friendly women, welcoming people, cool pubs, colourful parties! Both the citizens of Košice and tourists love to experience the pleasant pedestrian zone of the main street. You will be captivated by the charming atmosphere of the old town. All for good prices.

So visit our website and book your next Stag Do Weekend in Košice.

“The fun in Kosice doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Some even argue that that’s when it starts. Bars, clubs, lounges and live music venues—it’s all reason for us to put our dancing shoes on and raise to toast to Kosice. Will you join in?”  www.nileguide.com

“Košice is faithful to its east Slovakian tradition in providing great and cheap parties for both locals and travellers while competing with many of Europe’s much bigger and more often visited cities in what travel books usually call ‘liveliness’. Season may vary with summer months unexpectedly providing a bit of a lull in usual Friday/Saturday silliness but city’s center compact and concentrated bar scene provides many hidden gems disregard of day of week or month of the year.” www.triposo.com