Stag party tourism

Stag party tourism is tourism for the purpose of being a participant of a stag party, also called a bachelor party, usually held in another country. Destination stag parties are especially popular with Britons, with Eastern Europe often being the preferred destination.[1] [2]

Stag party in PartyBus Krakow

Negative Impacts

Despite bringing in a lot of money to the economies of the stag party destinations, there are also a number of people who say that it has a negative impact. In November 2014 the Archbishop of Krakow released a statement urging the people in the city to join him in a month of prayer to help the city’s “spiritual renewal” and that it had been “defaced by debauchery and drunkenness”

See also



  1. Boyer, David. Bachelor Party Confidential: A Real-Life Peek Behind the Closed-Door Tradition New York: Simon Spotlight Entertainment 2007. ISBN 1-4169-2808-1
  2. Smith, Craig S. (8 May 2007). "British Bachelor-Partiers Are Taking Their Revels East". The New York Times. Prague. Retrieved 2012-03-17.

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