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Top 5 Destinations for hen party

October 25, 2017

 

 

Mention the words “hen party,”images of wild parties and scenes from “The Hangover” probably come to mind. Are you looking for a not-too-crazy weekend that won’t break the bank? Or are you looking to get smashed and spend two days of wild partying no matter the cost?

When planning a hens party, keep these costs in mind. And if you want to party in a big city, pick a destination that’s fun — but also affordable. To help you out, GOBankingRates surveyed various cities to see which ones offered the best combination of fun activities in a safe environment at affordable prices.We can help you pick the perfect destination for both your budget as well as your idea about what the best stag weekend should look like.

 

And to get you started, here’s a breakdown of the most vital information you need:

 

5.Athens,Greece.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Cost for a Weekend — €210 per person:4/5

If you’re looking for some crazy nights and delicious food,Athens is not an inexpensive

€65place to do it.Flights from Larnaka are really cheap check Aegean Airlines,Cobalt Aero,Blue Air(an average of €70 for a return flight).

 

Bars & Clubs: 4.5/5

Crazy night life. Plenty of bars and pubs. 

 

 

4.Prague,Czech Republic. 

 

 

Total Cost for a Weekend — €480 per person:4/5

It's one of the world's most elegant cities, from boutique hotels to vintage fashion.If you’re looking for some crazy nights, delicious food and fine ale to wash down your grub, Prague is an inexpensive place to do it.Flights from Larnaka are expensive check Lot or Aegean Airlines€160 (an average of €190 for a return connection flight)

 

Bars & Clubs: 4.5/5

Crazy night life. Plenty of bars and pubs. Keep in mind that if you decide to stay in The Old Town (Staré Město), expect to pay 2 to 3 times the regular price.

 

 

 

3.Budapest,Hungary.

 

Total Cost for a Weekend (290 per person): 4/5
Spas, bars and a shopper's paradise, your Budapest hen do can shop and explore by day and party by night.Budapest is slightly cheaper than Prague.Flights from Larnaka are cheap check Wizz Air(an average of €90 for a return flight).But getting confused by the local currency is actually a very real problem. One Euro is roughly 310 Hungarian forints.

 

Bars & Clubs: 4/5
Parties can get really crazy, depending on which bar you decide to visit.

 

 

2.Amsterdam,Holland.

 

Total Cost for a Weekend (€390 per person): 5/5
One of the most famous party destinations in the world, an Amsterdam hen weekend has it all.Amsterdam won’t be your cheapest choice,but the value you’ll get for your money is definitely worth it.Flights from Larnaka are not so expensive check Transavia(an average of €130 for a return flight).

 

Bars & Clubs: 5/5

There are plenty of bars and restaurants to make you feel overwhelmed with choice. If you want to go clubbing, check out Hogan’s, Polaroid bar, Nevermind, Cassette Bar or theRazzmatazz club. Many clubs have a dress code, so “make sure to dress smart.” Some will charge you around €10  to get in, but you get a free drink inside.

 

 

 

1.Berlin,Germany.

 

Total Cost for a Weekend (€290 per person): 5/5
Berlin offers very good value for your money, but don’t be fooled — you may still end up spending a pretty penny for your adventures even though every Euro you leave in Germany will be worth it.Flights from Larnaka are very cheap check Easy Jet(an average of 80 for a return flight).

 

 

Bars & Clubs: 4.5/5

Very diverse, sort-of expensive as Germany is in the Eurozone,” shares one stag do goer. Clubs will not grant entry to large groups of men. You need to pre-book, as the clubs are some of the largest in Europe and get sold out well in advance.Your Berlin hen party can enjoy the biggest nightlife and unforgettable activities

 

 

 

 

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