Hen Party Activities in Barcelona

Think sun, sea and endless bars, restaurants and shops! This is a total haven for good food, good music and good times to be had by all on your Barcelona hen do.
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Barcelona Hen Parties

With the brilliant sunshine reigning over this city in Spain there’s no better place to come for your Hen Party than to Barcelona. This city is perfect for hen groups looking for a fab weekend away whilst enjoying some glorious warm weather.

This guide will give you the tips, hints and knowledge on when’s best to visit Barcelona, which restaurants and cafes are serving up the most delicious food and which bars have the most impressive cocktails on offer!

Although Barcelona is known for its great food and drink, this city is also host to a beach that runs over 4km long! Soak up the sun as you lie on the sand. You can even dip your toe in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

See the many incredible landmarks from La Sagrada Familia, Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar and Park Guell to name just a few of the iconic sights in Barcelona. You’re spoilt for choice with the rich history and culture which is what makes this Spanish city so popular.

Why not try out and head on a range of different activities and experiences whilst you’re here with assault courses, bike tours, boat tours and cruises, cocktail making, cooking classes, escape rooms, go karting, quad biking and a whole host of restaurants for you to book a table at! And this isn’t even the half of it! Check out the range of activities and experiences on offer and see for yourself how much there really is to do, see and discover in this city for your hen do in Barcelona.

Hen Parties Activities in Barcelona

With the sun shining down on this city why not cool off and head to one of Spain’s best water parks just outside of Barcelona. You can slide your way down the many rides and attractions here or just take up a sun bed and relax. Whatever you choose there’s great fun to be had by all! If hurtling down a slide isn’t so much the vibe for your hen do in Barcelona then why not relax in a luxury spa and enjoy a 90-minute thermal circuit. This session has you enter a series of rooms at different temperatures to melt away your troubles and keep you fully relaxed.

For something different and a little bit cheeky why not head to a Barcelona Nude Life Drawing class where you can have a good giggle with the girls for some light-hearted fun as you gaze upon the nude male form and try to copy it down onto paper! This makes for a hilarious event and one everyone is going to love.

To keep the good times flowing why not try a Barcelona Flamenco Dance class to learn all the moves to this Spanish art form that you can burst out into later that evening at a club! Once the night draws closer head on the Complete Girls Night Out in Barcelona that includes a delicious three-course Spanish meal, a sexy male stripper that’ll turn up to the restaurant just for you! Before you head on a mini bar crawl to the club where you’ll have nightclub entry all included! What a perfect end to a perfect day for your Hen Party in Barcelona.

Did you know?

  • This city is home to the busiest pedestrian street in Spain. Located in Barcelona’s Old Town, the shopping hub ‘Portal de l’Àngel’ is the country’s busiest walkway. Fancy heading down there to see what all the fuss is about?
  • Barcelona is the largest city on the Mediterranean Sea.
  • It is the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid.
  • Icebarcelona is the world’s first ice bar located on the beach.
  • Barcelona is home to the largest football stadium in Europe.
  • Barcelona’s Parc de Collserola is the largest city park in the world, measuring over 84km².
  • It has more than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants.
  • Barcelona’s beaches are artificial! There were actually no beaches in Barcelona before 1992.
  • The FC Barcelona museum is the most visited museum in the city.
  • Gaudi is best-known for the most iconic sight in Barcelona, the unfinished Sagrada Família cathedral, which has actually been under construction since 1882!
  • The well-known Las Ramblas, a street known to tourists and locals alike for the perfect place to wander down, is actually a combination of five streets.

Barcelona in numbers

  • With its key location on the Mediterranean Sea, the Port of Barcelona is Europe’s largest cruise port, with approximately 3.6 million cruisers passing through the port each year.
  • Barcelona has 9 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Barcelona has 1.6 million residents residing in the city.
  • The city covers approximately 102 km².
  • There are over 65 museums in Barcelona – will you get around to seeing any?
  • The beach runs over 4km in length.
  • Over 7 million people speak Catalan in Barcelona. This is the most widely spoken language, after Spanish, in this region.

Local Celebs

The two most notable people from Barcelona are Antoni Gaudí and Pablo Picasso – both artists in their own right. Gaudí’s influence is prevalent throughout the city in its architecture such as La Sagrada Familia. Whilst Pablo Picasso called Barcelona his home for many years, that ultimately influenced his famous works.

Barcelona’s cuisine exceeds all expectations as you head to this city and let your taste buds take you on a journey through patatas bravas, paella and bombas (a meat and potato filled ball!). You’ll be glad you chose this city for your destination after you taste a range of the incredible dishes.

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to take a few Instagram pictures you’ve got to head to Espai Joliu. This quirky café is filled with plants, an art gallery and a café all in one. Situated in El Poblenou, it’s the perfect spot for some breakfast or a coffee before you start your day exploring the city.

For another great coffee hit check out Café Central. With these cafes you know you’ll be getting a great cup of coffee wherever you go as they’re popping up all over the city. Perfect for that hit of caffeine before heading out for the rest of your day.

Whilst exploring Barri Gòtic, or the gothic quarter, head to one (or all!) of these restaurants and enjoy the different vibes in each. El Xampanyet is a traditional tapas bar, order cava with your meal to wash the delicious small plates down. You know this is the place to be when its popular with the locals. Petritxol Café is another fab café/restaurant situated in the gothic quarter. Head here for a chocolate and churros pick me up in the afternoon before you can carry on your day of exploring without a rumbling stomach! Head to Cafe de L'Opera for one of the last remaining authentic eateries along Las Ramblas. After you’re heading back from an evening at a cocktail bar get to this restaurant for some late-night desserts.

Try Cafè Salambó, with its two pool tables and a great menu of cocktails, this is the perfect place to come for a few drinks before you head on your night out. Or try your hand at making the cocktails yourself with a Cocktail Making class in Barcelona.

Barcelona is the perfect party city with a whole range of different clubs on offer. With varying music artists, DJs and performers this city has it all. Pacha Barcelona is the ultimate club for your partying needs, located near the beach you can eat in at the terrace restaurant with a drink before partying on into the night. This club is open until the early hours so you can guarantee you won’t be getting home before the sun rises!

Opium is another club that lines the beach of Barcelona. Perfect for your hen group as you enjoy the restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge all in one brilliant venue. With a range of music on offer check ahead for which night suits you best! Heading on a great night out in Barcelona is a must for your hen do

Of course, there are a range of cocktails bars throughout the city if you don’t fancy staying up until the sun rises. Just make sure you don’t make too much noise around the old town – the locals won’t like it! Respect those who reside here, or you won’t be welcomed back!

Barcelona is a great city with lots to do throughout every month of the year. Spring and autumn bring warm weather without it being too hot. Think jeans and a nice top for your going out outfit. The summer is, of course, the busiest and hottest time, with temperatures reaching into the 30’s. Whereas spring and autumn bring usually around the late teens and early twenties making it a more popular time to travel and visit this city. Not to mention more bearable!
In the winter months the sun still shines but with far less crowds meaning you can get that iconic photo in front of La Sagrada Familia without there being hundreds of other tourists in your way! Tuck into some warm churros and chocolate to feel cosy as you duck into a café. With temperatures rarely going below freezing, even at night, you will just need a warm fleece rather than having to pack three different coats!
Getting around Barcelona is extremely easy. The best, and cheapest, way to see the city is by walking! All the main sights are within walking distance from one another, so you don’t have to spend any money on buses, taxis or the metro.
If you get tired or your destination is just a little too far to walk then the city is well connected via the metro, tram and bus system across the city. Navigating your way around is easy and comparatively cheap to London prices! Alternatively, you can always hop in a taxi, these are especially handy after a night out when the bus signs seem to all of a sudden turn out blurry… wonder why that is?

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