Five Affordable Guys’ Holidays in Europe for 2019

Five Affordable Guys’ Holidays in Europe for 2019

a general consensus that a holiday with the lads is code
for hardcore drinking, but we’re not ones to generalise. Whether
the rounds of pints that will be slurped over a weekend away has
you in a sweat or you simply want to get the gang together on a
budget that works for everyone, this sampling of affordable
holidays is a good starting point.



Raise a glass of Guinness to a weekend of debauchery. Ease into
things by catching a rugby match at the Aviva Stadium before
heading back towards town for an evening of anything goes. You’ll
be forgiven for ending your night in Temple
(but only if its to grab a burger at Bunsen). Afterwards,
ramble up Harcourt Street and try not to get dragged downstairs for
a dance as you enter your hotel.




Once you’ve covered the cost of your visa, a trip to Moscow is
surprisingly pocket-friendly. Gather the bratva (lads) and explore
Moscow by way of a vaulted Moscow Metro station – making pitstops
for a taster of the city’s inventive foodscape and challenging
contemporary art scene.

WHERE TO STAY: Chekoff Hotel Moscow



Those who like their holidays action-packed will be pleasantly
surprised by petite Malta‘s large-scale offering of
high-octane festivals and beautiful stretches of beach. Using
Valletta as your base, choose from Isle of MTV – held here every
year with general admission costing just £10 – or Annie Mac’s Lost
& Found festival which promises pool-parties and late-night DJs
sets come May.

WHERE TO STAY: The Cumberland



Madrileños like to party, and heading straight from a late-night
club to the office is pretty commonplace here. The only plan you’ll
need: head to Malasaña – the Williamsburg of Madrid. Once you’ve reached the
avant-garde, rainbow-hued barrios, there’s little reason to leave
other than to crash at your hotel after a long day of pavement

WHERE TO STAY: Hotel Puerta América



It doesn’t take much to coax visitors to the surfer-loved sands
of the Cornish coast. With an almost
subtropical microclimate, it’s the place to spend afternoons taking
in sea views while tucking into fabulously fresh seafood. A younger
generation of Londoners are making a mass exodus from the city in
favour of this coastal spot, so if funds are particularly pinched
you’ll likely know someone who’s made the move and can put you up
for the night.

WHERE TO STAY: St Ives Harbour Hotel &