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Dreaming of Lisbon!

Enjoy a sun-kissed city break in one of Europe's favourite party capitals. From exciting activities to big nights out, there's plenty on offer to ensure the bride gets the send-off she deserves. Forget planning stress, get the help of GoHen and guarantee a memorable celebration!

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8 Best Lisbon Hen Do Ideas

  1. Wine Tasting - Tantalise your taste buds as you try the finest wines Portugal has to offer.
  2. Surfing - C'mon, ladies, grab your boards, it's time to carve up the coastline.
  3. Cocktail Mixing - No hen do is complete without cocktails... Learn, mix, sample!
  4. Pole Dancing Lessons - Great exercise and hilarious fun. Strut your stuff, ladies!
  5. Go Cars - Sightseeing with a quirky twist! Hop in your Go Cars and cruise the streets.
  6. Paddleboarding - A fantastic, relaxing, fun-filled beach sport.
  7. Sunset Cruise - Create amazing memories as you watch the sunset from your private boat.
  8. Escape Room - Tackle a thrilling Escape Room as you and the girls try to bust free.

A Guide To Your Lisbon Hen Weekend

Where to Drink in Lisbon

Lisbon is a great hen-destination for those on the hunt for some sun-soaking and lavish drinking hotspots. The city is split into quarters, each with its own vibe and drinking scene.

You'll find stylish bars down at the Santo Amaro docks where the views are just as great as the drinks. It's a great hangout for a relaxed evening because of the calming waterside location.

Bairro Alto is one of the trendier districts and here you'll find some super cosy wine bars with heaps of bottles to choose from. The vibrant terraces make for a great place to start a big night out.

Cais do Sodre offers a casual experience for guaranteed happy hens. It's vibrant and well-known for the party atmosphere come cool evenings. Culture is at the heart and you'll feel this coming through the sophisticated and energetic range of bars.

Sights & Sounds

Sights - The Parque Das Nacoes is a particularly impressive park where you can lay out, enjoy a little sun and rest any weary hen heads. Alternatively, the shops in the Alfama area of the city make for great retail therapy.

Sounds - Ministerium is one of Lisbon's trendiest clubs. As well as a great bar and restaurant the club itself boasts a fantastic sound system and has some great guest DJs dropping by.

Shopping in Lisbon

Lisbon is simply superb for shopping. There is something for everyone from vintage markets to top international designers.
Feira da Ladra - Tuesdays and Saturdays until 1pm you'll find a great flea market that is full of retro and vintage design gems. It's is well worth a rummage to snap up some real bargains. Where? Campo de Santa Clara.
Luvaria Ulisses - This incredible little shop on Rua do Carmo sells nothing but gloves. That might sound odd until you feel the quality of the leather of these timeless, classic accessories. Where? Rua do Carmo.
Lx Market - On Sundays, housed in a giant disused factory, you'll find a wide range of second hand and new contemporary and hippy-chic clothes, jewellery and oddities. Where? Av. da India.

Getting Around Lisbon

The city's Metro (underground train) system is excellent and while the announcements are made in Portuguese the ticket machines are bilingual so you'll have no problem with tickets. A day pass is a cost-effective way to make the most of your ticket. Bicycle hire is also popular in Lisbon and a great, healthy way to get about.

Hen Days

Glorious Lisbon! Ok, we admit it, it's one of our favourite European destinations, not simply because of the stunning weather and incredible nightlife, but the sheer range of incredible activities we dive into every time we're there. Surfing, Burlesque Lessons, High Ropes, Wine Tasting, Cocktail Mixing... The list is endless and it's simply impossible to not have fun in lovely Lisbon. See more hen activities in Lisbon.

Hen Nights

In our opinion, Lisbon is simply one of the sexiest cities in the world, the local senoritas, the seňors, the hot Latin, the sophisticated bars and clubs... Sigh! Yep, you can't help but be smitten kittens. To make sure you don't miss a thing, have your nightlife all booked in advance with the guest list entry and reservations to the hottest Clubs, Restaurants, Casino and Bars. You can even opt for a Guided Bar Crawl.

Quickfire Lisbon Hen Do FAQs

Which Part of Lisbon has the Best Nightlife?

Lisbon's biggest party hotspot is the incredibly picturesque Bairro Alto district which boasts over 100 bars and restaurants open until late. You'll also find some bouncing nightclubs where you can party ‘til sunrise. Be sure to avoid the hassle and book your guestlist club entry with GoHen.

Is Lisbon Cheap for Food and Drink?

As European capitals go, Lisbon is pretty damn cheap. You can easily get a meal and a drink for under €10, which makes the city very reasonably priced. You definitely get bang for your buck with the nights out, too.

What is a Traditional Meal in Lisbon?

The national dish of Portugal is Bachlhau, which is a salted cod that can be prepared in hundreds of ways and garnished with fried potatoes, onions and cream.

How Much is a Glass of Wine in Lisbon?

A copo (glass) costs around €3 and a garrafa (bottle) around €15, which means that for just £13 you can share a bottle of delicious Portuguese wine under the blazing summer sun!

Is Lisbon Safe for Women?

Lisbon is considered safe for female travellers, but (as with most cities) be sure to always keep an eye on your belongings, stick together on nights out and don't let your drinks out of your sight. For the latest safety advice for people travelling to Portugal, visit the Gov website for up-to-date guidance.

How Long is a Flight to Lisbon from the UK?

A flight from the UK to Lisbon will take anywhere between 2.5-3 hours depending on the airport you fly from. Be sure to check in advance the days you can get flights to and from Lisbon – these can vary from airport to airport.

How Many Nights Should I Stay in Lisbon?

Whether you stay for 2 nights or 4 nights, you won't be short of things to do and see. We'd recommend at least 3 nights, so you can really see the sights, take on some cracking activities, enjoy a couple of nights out and make the most of that sublime sunshine!

It's time for a hen weekend in Lisbon!

Known to some as the San Francisco of Europe because of its fantastic sunny climate and the striking Abril Bridge which is the spitting image of its American counterpart, the Golden Gate Bridge. The streets are relaxed, quaint, winding and pretty and it's easy to while away your whole day hopping between cafes and bars, wandering along gorgeous beaches and then designer shopping, a trip to a club and a jazz bar at night on your Lisbon hen weekend. This understated capital really does have a huge amount to offer and can hold its own against the better known European capitals.

Why: reasons to celebrate a Lisbon hen do

Lisbon offers all the delights you'd expect from Portugal's sunny capital city with quaint museums, art galleries and Romanesque, Gothic and traditional Portuguese buildings all adding to its colourful cityscape. There are great shopping centres, striking sights and delicious restaurants wherever you go, as well as a fantastic range of activities to fill in the gaps. Whatever your group are after, chances are the city will have something to fit the bill on your Lisbon hen weekend - and the girls will absolutely love it!

Lisbon's a real delight for a hen group wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of other more congested European cities but it also has plenty of options on offer when you feel like trying a little more action. How about making the most of the striking coastline with surfing lessons, or putting pedal to metal with go karting? We've got 16 fantastic activities for your Lisbon hen do, so whether you're after total relaxation or high octane adrenaline, the city has something to offer. Check out our Lisbon activity page and let us know which would be best for your hen party.

Shop: Lisbon shopping areas & recommendations

Lisbon is one of Europe's best shopping destinations, with huge shopping centres, popular high street shops and independent boutiques for your Lisbon hen do. Head downtown to Baixa where you'll find the Rossio, Augusta Street and Freedom Avenue, all lively shopping areas with excellent jewellers and old buildings to visit in Lisbon. You'll find all the main high street stores at Rua Augusta such as Zara, Benetton, Levi's and H&M. If you're after more luxurious brands however, take a walk up the Avenida da Liberdade, where you'll find Louis Vuitton, Armani and Burberry. The famous small shopping centre, Armazéns do Chiado, is home to some great local shops and nearby a large Marc Jacobs shop opened in front of the famous Theatre. Whatever you're after, Lisbon's fantastic shopping scene is bound to have something to suit!

Stay: choosing your Lisbon accommodation

When planning your Lisbon accommodation, one of the most important elements to consider is your location and handily, all of our options are central and comfortable, meaning that all the main nightlife areas and sights are well within walking distance. Thinking about any specific requirements you and your group might have such as parking, as well as any location preferences like being close to the main shops or a train station are important and we're always happy to help you find the perfect hotel! Whatever your accommodation requirements might be, we've got a great range of options, from our incredible value 2 stars to spacious 4 star hotels. See all our accommodation options here and let us know which suits your Lisbon hen do best.

Party: where to head after dark

Lisbon has some truly fantastic nightlife areas. In the hilltop Barrio Alto district, you'll find a lively and vibrant nightlife lining the narrow streets with dozens of restaurants, bars and nightclubs attracting party revellers until dawn - there's more than 100 bars and restaurants to try out here! The traditional downtown area is popular for nightclubs, with many party spots having a late closing time and be sure to check out Cais do Sodre square for big disco clubs and a range of great bars. It's also advisable to add some pre-planned entertainment, whether that's a high speed casino evening, a tasty restaurant meal or a guided bar crawl from an English-speaking local guide. There's something to suit the requirements of every Lisbon hen do crowd!

When: the best times to visit Lisbon

Lisbon tends to be sunny all year round, making it a great place for outdoor activities like surfing and bike hiring on most months of the year. As well as this, there are some great annual festivals and events - in January there's the Winter Festival with music and art, then March celebrates the tasty International Chocolate Festival, and in April try out the Lisbon Fish and Flavours Festival for some tasty bites. In May there's the Rock in Rio Festival with international bands on three stages and then in June there's the Lisbon Book Festival. Whenever you visit, you can be sure of sunny, bright and enticing local festivals on your Lisbon hen do!

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