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Germany's party capital!

Mad, bad and hilarious to know this historic city is more than a little bonkers in the best possible way!
Your Berlin hen party can enjoy the biggest nightlife and unforgettable activities both at amazing prices with GoHen.

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8 Best Berlin Hen Do Ideas

  1. Cocktail Mixing - Shake, make, sip and taste fabulous party cocktails.
  2. Burlesque Lessons - Expect hen giggles as you learn the sultry art of burlesque.
  3. Target Shooting - Something totally unique for hens who love to be different.
  4. High Ropes Course - The perfect weekend challenge for adventure-loving hens.
  5. Escape Room - Have you got what it takes to crack the clues and breakout?
  6. Trampoline - Hilarious, energetic fun high-flying hens will absolutely love.
  7. Cake Fight - Complete cakey chaos and flan-flinging hilarity! Utterly brilliant!
  8. Makeover Photoshoot - The perfect memento of a truly memorable Berlin hen weekend.

A Guide To Your Berlin Hen Weekend

Star Bars

Prinzipal - Reminiscent of scenes from Moulin Rouge and Cabaret, this stylish bar is well worth a visit. Order a delicious Date with Dita (A bourbon-based cocktail) from the hunky barmen and enjoy a truly glamorous burlesque performance.
Where? Oranienstaβe 178, 10999 Berlin

ČSA - Stepping into this bar is like walking back in time - in a seriously retro-chic kind of way. It used to be a Czech airline's headquarters, and you'll discover a quiet euro-style 70's charm here with some delicious cocktails to boot.
Where? Karl-Marx-Alle 96, 10243 Berlin

Becketts Kopff - One for any literature buffs out there, this fantastic cocktail lounge greets you with an illuminated portrait of Samuel Beckett and the menus are made from the ageing pages of his plays. Effortlessly classy and super friendly, this is a truly sophisticated watering hole. 
Where? Pappelallee 64, 10437 Berlin

Best Bites

Factory Girl - A European trip essentially demands a continental start to the day's dining, and this fantastic all-day breakfast spot offers some seriously unique and stylish options that'll see you eating both 'brunch' and 'brinner' in retro-chic surroundings!
Where? Auguststraβe 29, 10119 Berlin

Curry 36 - Currywurst is a local delicacy in beautiful Berlin, and it provides a great excuse to ditch any diets for the weekend - it's certainly one for the foodies! Many Berliners think this excellent street vendor provides the best sliced & curried wursts around...
Where? Mehringdamm 36, 10961 Berlin

Sights & Sounds

Sights - After a big night out in some of Berlin's fabulous clubs and bars, you could find yourselves feeling a little worse for wear. But don't fear hens, Berlin's spectacular Tiergarten is one of Germany's biggest urban public parks, and it's exactly the kind of stunning natural space that's perfect for letting the sun wash away the excesses from the previous evening's antics.
Where? Str. Des 17. Juni 31, 10785 Berlin

Sounds - Watergate is where Berlin's style icons go to party, this fabulous club is slick, classy and a paradise for visiting techno fans. So if you and the girls get down to 'house every weekend' then this is definitely the club for you. It's got a terrace overlooking the river providing stunning views for when you feel the need for some fresh air!
You can try to get into the infamous Berghain, but the door policy is frighteningly enigmatic and party-goers have been turned down after a three-hour wait. But if you're willing to take the risk, there are Europe's best club nights behind those pesky doormen!

In the Diary

June - Berlin Pride Festival. If you thought Pride festivals were fabulous at home, wait until you see this celebration of equal rights. This is feel-good stuff that's sure to be a highlight of your stay.
July - Berlin Fashion Week. You and the girls will get the chance to see the new hot trends & styles coming out of Europe before Vogue have even published them at home!
September - Pop = Kultur. It's time to get the festival face-paints out hens! This is Berlin's answer to T in the Park and as the capital's premiere music festival you're guaranteed a spectacular time.
November - Berlin's beautiful Christmas Markets provide the perfect excuse for a bit of last-minute shopping for any hard-to-buy-for friends and family.

Top of the Shops

Unlike some European cities, Berlin's fashion sense is either deceptively simple or flagrantly glamorous, and there seems to be very little middle ground. If you're looking to dress for the city, boogie on down to some of Berlin's finest vintage fashion stores to get a taste of what's cool in Deutschland.

Garments - Just northwest from Alexanderplatz, this seriously chic boutique has a wide range of looks that range from bargain buys to bank breakers - leaving the credit card at the hotel might be a wise decision!
Where? Linienstraβe 204/205, 10119 Berlin

Humana - 'I'm gonna pop some tags, only got twenty Euros in my pocket...'  This is a charity shop on a massive scale, it might take some digging, but there are more diamonds than there is rough in this thrift shop. Head southeast from Alexanderplatz.
Where? Frankfurter Tor 3, 10243 Berlin

Das Neue Schwarz - On one of Berlin's most important fashion streets you'll find this unique boutique. If you're looking for a special purchase, then the range of designer pieces you'll find here are sure to tantalize your passion for fashion.
Where? Mulackstraβe 38, 10119 Berlin

Girls About Town - Getting around Berlin...

With the wide range of shops and unmissable sightseeing opportunities in die stadt you might end up feeling a little rushed off your feet. Berlin's U-Bahn, S-Bahn, bus and tram systems are all great ways to travel this sprawling metropolis with minimal effort. You can buy a WelcomeCard that'll allow you instant access to all of this in set zones for a fixed period of time.
Or if you're feeling fit you can hop on a public NextBike. Sehr, sehr gut!

Hen Days

So apart from some fabulous shopping options and spectacular sightseeing opportunities, what does Berlin offer your hen party? Quite a lot as it turns out! Test your mettle on an exciting High Ropes course, and learn some devilishly sexy moves in a Burlesque Dancing session. Obviously, it's not a hen party unless you're Pampering, and our Makeover Photoshoot guarantees girly giggles all round!

Hen Nights

Berlin is infamous for having the most pulse-pounding parties in Europe, all of the city's stylish young things come out at night, and once the sun goes down this Deutsch metropolis transforms into a neon wonderland. Tour the town and malen sie rot on our spectacular Bar Crawl, or why not treat the nearly-wed to a Strip Dinner where the entertainment looks tastier than the main course. For hens looking for sophisticated fun, our River Cruise Evening is always a great option and Guestlist Nightclubbing can guarantee that you won't be left in the cold queuing for Berlin's most exclusive venues.

Reasons to Visit Berlin for your hen do
  1. 1. It's a trendy city with countless shops, boutiques and designer stores
  2. 2. The seriously late closing time means partying 'til the early hours
  3. 3. It's great value, from eating out to accommodation prices
  4. 4. Museum Island has 5 world class museums
  5. 5. The street art capital of the world with fantastic murals everywhere

It's time for a hen party in Berlin!

As one of the biggest and most energetic capitals in Europe, Berlin is a tour de force of fashion, culture, art, entertainment and hospitality, all pooled in to one dynamic and exciting metropolis. If you look past dated stereotypes, you'll see a cutting edge city at the forefront of European trend setting, effortlessly dominating the European clubbing scene, and providing some of the best bars, restaurants, and hotels in the world. If you're heading to Europe on your hen do, a Berlin hen party has to be top of your list, combining one of the most diverse and cultured cities on the continent with a phenomenal and immersive nightlife.

Why: Reasons to celebrate a Berlin hen party

Once a city literally divided, Berlin has regenerated in to a vibrant cultural centre of Europe. It's undergone one of the most dramatic transformations in history, and now stands as the third most visited city in the entire European Union. It's easy to see why - after the fall of the Berlin wall, a reunited Berlin underwent a cultural upheaval resulting in over 750 hotels, 4,000 restaurants, and up to 1,000 bars. Modern Berlin is essentially a phoenix that's risen from the ashes of it's past.

There aren't any areas in which it can't be said that Berlin excels, but there is one aspect of Berlin that towers above all its other charms - the nightlife. Berlin has some of the best clubs not just in Europe, but in the world, and frequently makes lists of the world's hottest party hotspots, and it's never far from the top. Sleek, chic bars, cavernous industrial warehouse raves, and a hell of a lot of pubs; there's not a lot we can think of Berlin doesn't provide.

What: What can you do on a Berlin hen do?

You're not exactly short of options, here - Berlin is the capital city of one of the most important cities in Europe; the entire place is a paradise for the avant-garde, the radical, and the revolutionary. It's the contemporary cultural heart of Germany, and so a Berlin hen do has plenty of fresh and innovative options. The nightlife options in particular are dizzying. It's possible to arrive at a club Friday night, and not emerge until late Sunday morning.

As a rule, in Berlin we'd recommend trying an activity in the morning, to break the ice and get the girls talking. Dance lessons are always popular in decadent Berlin, or you could ease them in to the day with something like cake decorating. After that, there's plenty of time for you all to explore Berlin a bit, seeing some of the sights and landmarks, and grabbing a currywurst or two. After that, it's back to the hotel to get glammed up for the night ahead (perhaps with a cocktail mixing session to get the night off to a very good start), off to a Berlin restaurant (or a strip dinner if you want to give the hen a treat), and off to one of Berlin's legendary nightclubs!

When: The best times to visit Berlin

Busy Berlin is packed year-round with great events and festivals - highlights include the Karneval der Kulturen, which is inspired by Notting Hill Carnival. The Tanz in August is Germany's leading modern dance festival and in September Popkomm, Europe's largest music fair, showcases performances and live events. In mid-February the Berlin International Film Festival provides extra helpings of glitz, and in March the MaerzMusik Festival is a contemporary music festival presenting avant-garde composers and musicians.

Shop: Berlin shopping areas & recommendations

From huge department stores to funky boutiques and chic designer stores, Berlin is excellent for shopping. Discover new trends and hidden gems while making the most of great value - shop prices in Berlin are modest compared to other big European cities. On your Berlin hen do you'll find the main shopping areas around Kurfürstendamm and Zoo Station, with each district around here having its own shopping centre packed with high-street shops. If you're after the European shops that we all know and love (think Nike, Zara, H&M, etc) then check out the streets between Wittenbergplatz and Tauentzienstrasse or for more high fashion boutiques (such as Chanel and Valentino) the stretch between Fasanenstrasse and Olivaer Platz is the place to go.

How: Getting to Berlin

Berlin is a major European capital city, so finding a flight to your Berlin hen weekend isn't exactly difficult. There are two airports in Berlin. Tegel International concentrates mainly on the international ones, but if you're hoping to fly budget then Schönefeld is your best option, with airlines like easyJet and Ryanair flying from there. All of the London airports will fly in, as will planes from most other large cities in the UK. 

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