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Bars in Bratislava

KGB - ...They're always watching, even on your hen do...all jokes aside, this fabulous bar is filled with cold-war era bric-a-brac and it's got a really unique vibe that even we've never experienced before. This is probably what would've happened if the nukes had been launched back in the 60's and a mad Russian decided to set up a bar in his nuclear shelter.
Where? Obchodná 530/52, 811 06, Bratislava

Nu Spirit - Just 5 minutes from Old Town's city centre, down a quiet, unremarkable street lies this diminutive but brilliant bar. It's simplistic, but effortlessly chic. Listen to electronic jazz and chill out to the max with a tasty cocktail in hand.
Where? Medená 16, Bratislava

Ginger Café Gallery - We really love this little place - it's certainly quiet, but what would you expect from a bar that closely resembles the flat of an artistic twenty-something? This is delightfully chic, and with live music on Friday nights there might not be a better bar in which to natter with the girls over a few cheeky glasses before a big night out.
Where? Rajska 5, Bratislava

Food in Bratislava

Best Bites

Café Verne - This café might be named after famous French novelist Jules Verne, but you won't have to go Around the World in Eighty Days to find this niche dining spot that provides brilliant breakfasts, hearty lunches and delicious dinners. The antique décor is lovely too!
Where? Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18, Bratislava

Viecha U Sedliaka - Traditional Slovak dishes can be hard to come by, even in the heart of the city - that's why this restaurant is so special. Generous portions of delicious Slovak classics are the norm here and the simplistic surroundings have an enduring charm about them. There really is no better hangover cure than a few spoonfuls of a hearty goulash!
Where? Obchodná 567/55, 811 06 Bratislava

Sights & Sounds

Sights and Sounds in BratislavaAfter a quick trip along the Danube River, you'll come to one of Bratislava's most iconic sights, the imposing ruins of Devin Castle. This is a seriously Game of Thrones sightseeing experience, with a haunting tale behind it that's totally worthy of the murder-happy show! According to legend a bereaved bride-to-be jumped from the battlements after her family killed the groom and ordered her to enter a convent. Now we've heard of parents not liking boyfriends, but that's just a whole new level of mean...

Out of all of Bratislava's underground parties, UHU Club is certainly the biggest and best. This spectacular club has an intimate vibe that really propels you forwards on the dance floor...or that could just be the vodka...either way, you'll have a fabulous time throwing shapes to the sounds of Slovak DJ's working at the cutting edge of electronic music.
Radost is perfect for those moments where you feel as if you aren't ready to hit the hay, but the prospect of a full-on night out just sounds far too exhausting. This is relaxed fun where the music is subtle and the cocktails cool.

What's on in Bratislava

In the Diary

June - Viva Musica! Classical music certainly isn't the order of the day anymore, but after these modern takes on traditional pieces, you'll think it should be.
July - Summer of Culture. Bratislava comes to life with the sound of music and street parties as the Slovak's celebrate everything that makes their culture great!
November - Goose Feast. Tuck in hens! Slovak geese are terrified this time of year because they're all anybody seems to eat in this traditional festival...yum!
November - Christmas Market Feel the festive cheer and discover what makes a Slovakian Christmas so very special.

Top of the Shops

Best Shops in Bratislava

No longer a communist capital, Bratislava has embraced the modern world with open arms, adopting fresh fashion styles week in, week out. Keeping up with this visually arresting wardrobe whirlwind can be pretty mind-boggling, but with the city's excellent shopping districts and vintage stores you can pick up cut-price threads as well as in-fashion items that'll be all the rage in Britain in a few months!

Textile House - With a constantly rotating collection of bargain buys, stock here is in high demand! So if you spot a steal, don't hesitate to snap it up. Fabulous dresses and glitzy tops are among the gems you'll find on the rails.
Where? Mikuláša Schneidra Trnavského 4, 851 01 Bratislava

Aupark - One of the cities top shopping precincts, Aupark houses all the usual high-street suspects as well as a few tempting restaurants. There's always the chance you can save a couple of bob on a sought after dress with the euro though...
Where? Einsteinova 18 Bratislava

Eurovea - A little pricier than the Aupark, but certainly worth the extra money if you're looking for a special purchase to make your memorable weekend!
Where? Pribinova 8 Bratislava

Girls About Town - Getting around Bratislava...

Bratislava is beautiful, photogenic and incredibly tiresome to travel when you're weighed down with all that shopping! Don't worry girls, there's an excellent transport network in the city that'll take you where you need to go (or there about) for eyebrow-raising low prices! Make the most of Buses, Trolleys and Trams with a great value Bratislava City Card.


Hen Days

So what is there to do apart from shop and sightsee in this fabulous town? A fair bit as it turns out! For thrill-seeking hens, White Water Rafting, Target Shooting, Clay Shooting and Paintballing are all options that are bound to get hearts racing. However if feminine fun is more your thing, Wine Tasting, Pampering Days and a stress-busting Indian Head Massage could be perfect for you! See more...

Hen Nights

Bratislava has a thriving underground clubbing scene where tattooed rock chicks mingle with glitzy Slovak fashion queens in a mutual love of good times and great nights out. Get your evening underway with a delicious Restaurant meal or a massive Medieval Banquet if your day of hen party frolics has left you really starving. Enjoy a sexy performance from a Male Stripper or if you're feeling really lucky, why don't you pay a visit to the local Casino? At the end of it all, Guestlist Nightclubbing is the perfect way to finish a spectacular night out on the town. See all our nightlife options...

Reasons to Visit Bratislava for your hen do
  1. 1. There's a great range of markets, including the Main Indoor Market (Trznica)
  2. 2. A recent constructional boom has made the city even more lively
  3. 3. The striking Devin Castle sits at the meeting point of the Rivers Danube and Morava
  4. 4. Spectacular city views from the Slavin memorial
  5. 5. Fantastic value food and drink

It's time for a hen party in Bratislava!

The beautiful city of Bratislava is the perfect venue for a relaxing hen party. With many budget airlines now flying direct from the UK, a Bratislava hen weekend can be completely stress free from start to finish. We've put together a perfect package so why not take a look - but if they're not what you had in mind, don't panic and just go bespoke when you chat to one of our client advisors!

Why: Reasons to celebrate in Bratislava

Slovakia has blossomed into one of Europe's best hen party destinations, with naturally beautiful surroundings, great sights and loads to do. From pampering days to pole dancing and go karting, there's something for everyone and more than enough activities to fill your whole weekend. On top of that the nightlife's buoyant, with great bars and restaurants as well as fantastic nightclubs to keep you dancing well into the evening - don't forget to take your cameras! Between activities and nightlife try and fit a bit of time in for sightseeing - Bratislava's Castle and majestic Danube river are striking. In short, Bratislava is a great choice!

Among our favourite Bratislava activities are white water rafting and shooting, but if it's complete relaxation you're after, then an afternoon exploring the beautiful cobbled streets, a spot of shopping or afternoon tea should be perfect. In the evening there are still plenty of things to see and do. Perhaps a tour of the local bars with our expert guide or a traditional Slovakian dinner will be just what you fancy? Just send us your thoughts and the dream of a Bratislava hen weekend could soon become a reality!

Shop: Bratislava shopping areas & recommendations

Bratislava's shopping scene tends to be divided between independent little shops in the city centre and large department shops on the outskirts of town. The shops in the centre mainly sell designer clothing, jewellery, books and souvenirs, between which are dotted charming restaurants, pubs and bars. The main shopping street here is called Obchodna. Heading slightly more out of town (and we can pre-arrange transfers for you if needed) you'll find the Eurovea Gallery, Aupark and Avion shopping centres, all of which have a huge range of great shops. The Avion centre is also surrounded by several large department stores. No matter what you're looking for, either the city centre or one of the shopping centres is likely to stock it, and both are great for whiling away a few hours on a Saturday afternoon during your stay.

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Stay: Choosing your Bratislava accommodation

It's not a big city which means the best hotels can be fairly competitive, so you're better off booking early. When thinking about your accommodation in Bratislava it's important to take a few things into account - first of all the location as you'll need to decide whether you want to be right in the town centre or slightly outside. You should also take into account any specific hotel features you'll need, for example parking. Have a look at all of our options and let us know which one's best for your group - you can rest assured they're all handpicked by us for their quality, value and comfort.

Party: Where to head after dark

Bratislava has a range of decent venues for a great night out with the girls. There are two main party areas - the Old Town and Mlynska Dolina, the latter being slightly outside the city centre. Around the Old Town you'll find basement clubs, classy plazas and Cuban-themed bars as well as late-night dance floors that'll keep you boogying into the early hours on your Bratislava hen party! Alternatively head to Mlynska Dolina, which tends to be full of students (the benefit here being that prices are often low) and hosts regular themed party nights, with drinks specials and a vivacious atmosphere. Make sure you add some pre-planned entertainment into your evening to ensure it's extra special, how about taking the girls for a roulette-spinning casino experience or a guided bar crawl around Bratislava's best venues? Top either off with guestlist nightclubbing at one of the city's best nightclubs and the girls will love it! Check out all of our Bratislava hen night ideas.

When: The best times to visit Bratislava

As well as fantastic activities and nightlife there's a great range of annual events and festivals to check out during your weekend. In January the Bratislava Ball attracts a sophisticated crowd, or visit in March for the traditionally Slovakian Easter Market. In May you and the girls can celebrate at the Wine Festival, where you can take part with tastings and talks, or visit in June for the Junifest, Bratislava's national Beer Festival. The first weekend of September there's the Coronation Celebration and then in October Bratislava Music Festival will bring various noises to your ears. The year finishes with the glittering Bratislava Christmas Market, with gifts, concerts and food and drink. Whenever you and the girls choose to have a lively Bratislava hen party you can be sure of a fantastic, fun-filled time.

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