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Warsaw Hen Weekends

This is a vast central European metropolis filled with life that is blooming greatly in its economy. It is proving a massive attraction to tourists every...

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year and it promises to make any visit one that will not be forgotten. Situated as it is on the Vistula River, it is a city that you have to sit up and take notice of. It has an ebullient life affirming energy to it and there are no end of street fests', cutting edge art displays and openings and music festivals taking place. This is a place where your hen party will be constantly energised and provided with a diverse set of options for things to do during the day and also into the evening and nights with its buzzing bar and club scene.


Warsaw is a place with a fresh and vibrant cultural identity. For centuries it has been a melting pot of a multitude of surrounding European tribes and peoples. Today is no exception and its traditional Eastern influences are interwoven with more than a little Western culture. The destruction the city underwent in WWII has led to a rush to rebuild many of its faces, none more so than its cultural ego and it today boasts 30 theatres and 60 cinemas. A visit to the Gestapo Headquarters or the Pawiak Prison Museum is a must for any modern history fiends among your party. There are also many other fine museums archiving this period and many ancient and technological museums too. Of course for music fans there's Chopin inspired performances regularly at places such as the Warsaw Philharmonic.

Famous for/ Must See:

Warsaw has a wealth of famous individuals in history such as the world renowned pianist Fredyrik Chopin and the Nobel prize winner Marie Curie. There is both a Chopin Museum as well as a Marie Curie Museum in the city celebrating these individuals as well as a Chopin's Bench walking trail around Warsaw called Walking Around Chopins Warsaw which is an interactive multimedia tour with music and information along the way. A visit to the old town is a good place to start your tour of Warsaw with pictures and evidence of the painstaking restoration work carried out there post WWII. The Warsaw Uprising museum is essential for grasping this city's past and character.

Travel info:

By air - The Fryderik Chopin International airport serves all of Europe and is flown to by many airlines including low cost carriers such as Ryanair who offer seats for as little as 60 euros return. The airport is 5 miles from the city centre and the 175 bus takes you in or a taxi should only cost you about 10 euros.

Hen do ideas:

Plenty of adrenaline filled action is available at the Imola go karting and paintballing centre. Perhaps a visit the Copernicus Science Museum might be more up your street if there are any science and technology fans in your party. Poland's most famous offering to the world of science, Copernicus, the astronomers name rightfully goes over this world of technological wizardry and awe inspiring interactive displays. Unleash your inner child with a group visit here.

Additionally, there is a seemingly infinite supply of diverse technological, historical and military museums in the city from which to open your mind. The old town is a must see to see the determination evident in the city to rebuild after the war and the area contains many lively bars. An ideal way to begin your fun into evening time is a taste of some of the famous Polish beers, the Vodkas are even more famous- perhaps some of that can be tasted later!


Warsaw boasts a wild and eclectic night life with everything ranging from laid back atmospheric lounges to vibrant buzzing pubs and clubs. The city centre is quite spread out and there are Polish, European and even several British bars all around. The old town is as good a place as any to start an evening's drinking. From here the pulsating district of Praga is just across the river and there are any amount of heaving and electrifying pubs and late open clubs from where you can get a taste of what Poles really party like.


Warsaw presents a mouth-watering prospect for your hen party to head to and create a weekend experience that will live on in the memories of all your comrades. It has youthfulness at its core with skyscrapers popping up all around and it strives into the 21st century with a rare slate wiped clean ethos about its development. With its rich history and its raw childlike energy Warsaw is a city like no other.


There may have been settlements here as early as the 9th Century and there are several forts around from this period but its first recorded mention is in 1313 and it began to grow and develop under the rule of Dukes. It became the capital of Monrovia, a Polish region in 1413 and from then on it expanded rapidly. It suffered extensive destruction from bombing in WWII and the city was forced to pick itself up and painstakingly rebuild itself. Food/Restaurants: Warsaw has become the Epicurean hub of Poland with a vast array of international restaurants with a diverse selection of mouth-watering menus to tempt all palettes.

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