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A Guide To Your Paris Hen Weekend
Where to Drink in Paris
"Just add three letters to Paris, and you have paradise". Yep - true in both fact and sentiment! A Paris hen do is all about the class, the elegance and the refinery that you can't get in the UK. A quick hop across the Channel gets you luxury, a little French culture and... WINE!
For hens who love the noise and bustle of big city living, a visit down rue de Lappe or Rue de la Roquette will make for an utterly splendid evening. It has all the classy nightclubs or dingy dive bars a girl could want. Living like a local comes easy in Menilmontant where the tourists tend to stay away from. It's lively, trendy and relatively affordable.
Ultimate Paris goal: to get a drink at the Ritz. If money isn't an object, you can't miss this opp that comes free with some serious bragging rights!
Sights & Sounds
Sights - Packing everything into a single weekend in Paris is simply impossible: top of most lists would be the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral. However, we'd also recommend you find time for a French café in Montmartre which is the artistic hub of this amazing city. But if you really want to let off some steam, get your skates on and join in Pari-Roller when hundreds of Parisians take to the streets en masse for an amazing spectacle.
Sounds - One of the most famous entertainment venues in the world, as featured in the Nicole Kidman/Ewan McGregor movie, the Moulin Rouge (Red Windmill) is an evening you will simply never forget.
Shopping in Paris
Rue Saint-Honore - If only the very best in designer labels will do then you will find the very finest names in Paris design all in residence along this famous address.
Le Marché Rétro d'Oberkampf - A market that celebrates 60's fashion. Vintage clothes, shoes, furniture, trinkets and jewellery all with a certain je na sais qui. Head to Aimloft, 2 Cite Griset, 11th.
Take Me Out - The only way to describe this market is... it's like a bonkers car boot sale for avant-garde and artisan designers. Weird, wonderful and not to be missed.
Free 'P' Star - If you want to pick up some real retro Paris designs, head to one of Free'P'Star's fabulous vintage boutiques.
Getting Around Paris
You'll find everything you'd expect in this chic metropolis, trams, underground trains (Metro), buses, funicular, trains. A travelcard or 'ParisPass' is a great way to get about, prepay and then you can hop on and off as you please.
Paris also has over 20,000 public bikes that you can pick up and drop off at any of the bike stations dotted around the city.
It's time for a hen party in Paris!
Romantic, seductive, bohemian and glamorous - is there anywhere more perfect for a sophisticated hen weekend than la Belle Paris? Calling it 'the City of Love' isn't an exaggeration, Paris lives up to its reputation effortlessly, and then goes a little further! The super-chic capital is renowned for its fashion, shopping and food, as well as its truly decadent nightlife. The French capital is an exceptional destination for an elegant Paris hen weekend!
More va va voom...
Paris is a truly beautiful city, creating the perfect backdrop to a completely unforgettable hen weekend. This is the nearly-wed's last hurrah to her single life and she's spending it with her closest friends so it deserves to be something truly memorable, which makes a Paris hen party absolutely ideal as this dazzling city is simply in a class of its own. With some of the best shopping, food, and wine in the world, it doesn't have to be all taking in your surroundings, there's plenty to keep you busy around the city too. For fashion, fun, and frolics, a Paris hen weekend is perfect for creating wonderful memories with all the girls!
"Because we can can can!"
Paris is full of activities to keep visiting hen parties busy, with the world renowned galleries, iconic land marks, and famous shops. We have a fantastic list of some of the most incredible activities you'll find in the whole of "gay Paris".
Your days certainly won't be hard to fill, in fact the only problem with a hen party in Paris is finding enough to do everything in one weekend.
You can make the most of the historic side of Paris, enjoy the shops or culture vultures can visit its galleries and museums. Our team will be happy to help you make the most of your time and also help with handy tips to get around the city in the best time and at the best price. We can also arrange transport and line up tickets to top attractions.
Just let us know what you have in mind and we'll do all the running around for you so you can relax and look forward to a magical Paris hen weekend.
With added "Ooh la la!"
As a major European capital Paris has an incredible nightlife scene, with modern cocktail bars, glitzy clubs and show-stopping entertainment (we really do recommend The Moulin Rouge and it's world famous can can girls). The coolest hangouts can be found around Oberkampf, which is popular with trendy Parisian crowds and has a range of edgy cafes and chic nightclubs. Why not start the night off with a guided bar crawl given by a knowledgeable local on your Paris hen party?
Shop 'til you drop
There's no two ways about it, Paris is simply the home of fashion. The entire city is a fashionista's dream. Treat your girlfriends with a visit to the Champs-Elysées for top couture houses like Chanel and Dior, or St. Germain. Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is one of the best shopping streets in the world, and the epitome of Parisian design and style, with designers like Versace, Hermes and Yves Saint Laurent. In France's most famous and prestigious department store, Avenue Montaigne, you'll find over 10 floors of designer boutiques such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Valentino and Bvlgari. And the Galeries Lafayette has a colossal range of chic boutiques and designer stores to peruse. Essentially Paris is a shopper's paradise.
Getting To Paris
There are three international airports in to Paris - Charles De Gaulle, Orly and Baeuvais, but De Gaulle is by far the biggest. For getting in to Paris from here, trains run up to every 7-8 minutes, and are the fastest way to get in to the city centre. If you decide to do the entire journey by train, the Eurostar runs to Gare d'Austerlitz, one of Paris' central stations. There are a few coaches available in to Paris, from London or Birmingham.
Finding fantastic Paris hen weekend accommodation
As you would expect from such a fantastic destination, Paris has top-quality accommodation with excellent service, and our great options won't disappoint. Whether you're looking for a comfortable 2 star hotel in keeping with a tight budget for your Paris hen weekend or you fancy pushing the boat out and staying in a luxurious 4 star hotel we've got some great accommodation options. Once you're completely satisfied with your own tailor made hen weekend then we'll put everything in place so you can sit back and relax knowing everything is in good hands.
When is the best times to visit for a hen party in Paris?
The 'City of Love' is a wonderful city to visit all year round, with lively events and festivals being celebrated all over the city. In January, pay a visit to the Circus of Tomorrow Fair, with fantastic performers showing their skills - often before they join institutions like Cirque de Soleil, so you'll get to see some truly talented acts. There's an Antique Books Fair in February that attracts big literary crowds, or in March St Patrick's Day is a big deal with Guinness parties and Irish merriment. In May, make the most of the Nuit des Musees, where nearly every museum in the city will open its doors for free. Summer is the season of music, with the unbelievable Féte de la Musique bringing an all night party to the entire city, the Paris Jazz Festival occurring every weekend in July, and August hosting at least four different celebrations across the city, with open air music, jazz and cinema. Throughout Autumn the Paris Autumn Festival moves through the city, Paris Banlieues Tango hits the city with tango-fever in November, and the Christmas Markets round off the year.