Prague is a fantastic city, no matter what time of year you visit. And, if you’re planning a hen weekend during the winter months, then the Czech capital has plenty of exciting things to do that’ll help any bride-to-be celebrate before their big day.  

Old Town Christmas Market

If you’re planning a Prague hen weekend in December, then visiting the Old Town Christmas Market is an absolute must. Wrap up warm, take a wander around the cobbled square and gaze at the colourfully lit wooden huts. There will be ample opportunity to taste food from the stalls and buy something special to take back home. If the wedding is taking place during the winter holidays, then this is the perfect time to soak up the festive atmosphere before the big day. 

 Staropramen Brewery Tour 

Prague is well-known for its beer and is the home of Staropramen. This light and malty lager is golden in colour and advertised in many bars around the city. So, if you like a good pint, then what better way to experience Prague than to visit the home of this delicious beverage? The Staropramen Brewery Tour is a fun and informative experience that’ll see you and your friends learning about the history of this staple drink as well as watching demonstrations and tucking into pints of your own.

Beer Spa 

If you’re looking to take a break from sightseeing, then a Beer Spa in Prague makes a great opportunity for you and the girls to escape from the cold, put your feet up and enjoy some pampering.

However, this isn’t your normal spa session. After warming up in the sauna, you'll have the opportunity to bathe in a handmade, royal-oak tub that will be filled with the same extracts that are used to make Czech beer. The vitamins and proteins help improve circulation, ease muscle tension and reduce stress. 

And, this isn’t the only reason it’s called a Beer Spa. You’ll be able to enjoy as many pints as you can handle for the full one-hour session. 

Trust us, you'll feel fully rejuvenated in no time.

Burlesque Dancing 

If your hen weekend falls in the winter months, you may want to take the opportunity to ramp up the heat in a Burlesque Dancing class. Prague is certainly known for its naughty side and it may be time to unleash yours too!

This fabulous session will see you strutting your stuff to cabaret-style music, teasing your feather fans and releasing your inner-show girl.

This dance class in Prague is completely private and run by an experienced and friendly instructor who will put you at ease and show you and your ladies how to impress on the dance floor.

Ice Bar 

One of the Czech Republic’s most famous bars is the Ice Bar in Prague. Its temperature is set to a chilly -7 degrees so that everything – and we mean everything – stays standing as solid ice. That includes the bar, tables and even your beer glass.
You’ll already be wrapped up warm so this will only heighten your winter experience in Prague.
And afterwards, you and the girls can enjoy free nightclub entry to the venues downstairs!