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Now be honest, Rome's nightlife is the main reason why you and the girls hopped on a plane and made it to Italy. You're probably already day-dreaming about some sexy signor buying you a rose and whispering that you're the most bellissima femosathat he has ever seen. We can't make any promises about the amorousness of the Roman male population but we can guarantee that you and the girls will absolutely love our Rome hen night activities when you visit the city. Why not send us over an enquiry and book up today?

Your guide to hen nights in Rome


So you're in Rome, there's a delicious pizza waiting around every street corner, right? Think again. The city of Rome has been welcoming tourists for hundreds of years and so restaurants are well accustomed to selling sub-par food for high prices to willing visitors. Luckily, we know Rome like the back of our hand and have built up fantastic connections over the years book up a group meal with GoHen and you can be sure of a great time with no extra hidden costs. Forget splitting the bill and getting ripped off, a meal as part of your Rome hen night package will please everyone and get the evening off to a great start.

Guestlist Nightclubbing

A massive part of your Rome hen night is finding a great club where you and your friends can dance, drink and soak up the local party culture until the small hours. There are so many great places to boogie in this vibrant Italian city but traipsing around an area which you're not familiar with only to end up in a club that's completely dead or full of creepy men is certain to kill everybody's buzz. We know all the best party hotspots in the city and best of all, we can organise guest list entry for all of your friends which means that there's no queuing, no faffing about with entry fees and no hanging around on the streets whilst you wait for bouncers to finish checking IDs. It really turns your night out into something special!

Bars and Pubs

There's so much variety on a Rome hen night and you and the girls fancy a tipple or two before hitting the clubs. If you feel like trying out a taste of seriously trendy Roman culture, try out the Pigneto district which is located close to the Parco delle Energie and bordered by Via Prenestina. It's one of the hippest places in the whole city and you can enjoy a glass of wine or two amongst some of the coolest graffiti you'll see in the whole of Europe and hang out with bearded creative types until the clubs open in the early hours of the morning. For something a little more traditional, try out the iconic Piazza Navona which lies near the Lungotavere Tor di Nona by the water. Enjoy relaxed meals, street food and drinks for a more chilled out evening vibe. Trastavere too is known for being a warm, friendly and upbeat place to enjoy a drink or two you know it's good when the locals love it too!

Rome Club Life

Clubs in Rome are really diverse and range from small café bars offering yummy mojitos and snacks which open up a dance floor after hours to intimate jazz clubs and full-blown commercial dance venues too. Although the Testaccio district is a little removed from the main drag of the city, it's well worth the short trip as you and the girls will be guaranteed pumping party life on your Rome hen night. Energy levels are high and clubs are always full to bursting with lively revellers a real must visit. Unlike UK clubs though, loads of these fun venues serve food! We'd call that a winner. If you're looking for somewhere a little more central, however, Tiburtino lies near the train station of the same name and offers up plenty of hot party action, yummy food, cold beer and buzzing dance floors.

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