Blackpool is not just Britain's most popular holiday destination but also the top traditional seaside stag weekend destination with scores of stags that can be spotted along the seafront wearing as little as a mankini or a Kiss Me Quick hat to a full on superhero costume and with even more groups of hens dressed as sexy maids, cave girls or naughty nuns the atmosphere is vibrant.
What is there to do in Blackpool except for the Tower, illuminations and the tallest and fastest rollercoaster in Europe? I hear you say. Well there is no shortage of activities for your daytime fun. Paintball, off-road driving, quad biking, karting and a donkey cart load of other activities.
Blackpool is well know for it's inexhaustible nightlife with hoards of lively music bars, traditional pubs, buzzing nightclubs, casinos and stripclubs.
With so much to fit into a weekend you are going to need to catch up on some sleep and this is where Blackpool really is different to most other seaside destinations with lots of cheap and chearful B&B's and good quality lodgings which you can add to your weekend. If you want something a little bit more lavish, well that's ok as well. Just upgrade your choice of accommodation.
Blackpool is easily accessible from all parts of Great Britain with the M55 linking the town with the M6 and the country's motorway network.
Blackpool trams trundle along twelve miles of Promenade and carry more than 120,000 people on a busy summer's day.
Coach Services operate to and from Blackpool throughout the year.
Blackpool is connected through the railway network to most destinations. Preston Train Station is close to Blackpool and has a speedy shuttle sevice to Blackpool.
There are regular bus services to all parts of Blackpool and the surrounding area. Bus information is available from Traveline.
"Blackpool is a great place to party. Perfect for a stag or hen weekend".
"The stag loved it!! Job done!!".
"I had my stag night in Blackpool and I would recommend it to anyone".
"All the clubs and bars were excellent. A great night".