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Berlin is one of the most vibrant and lively cities in Europe with much of its history still prominent throughout the centre. With parts of the Berlin Wall still standing, museums to visit, famous landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, you’ll be lost in Berlin’s rich culture.

What to Expect During a Berlin Hen Do

Although Berlin isn’t typically known for a hen party destination, it has all the right ingredients to make this city your favourite girls’ trip! You’ll make some unforgettable memories as you explore this city and find out for yourself its hidden corners, secret bars and top-notch activities.

When in Berlin, you’ve got to do some sight-seeing as there’s so much culture and history in this fantastic city. Jump on a Beer or Prosecco Bike where you’ll get to see the sights of Berlin as you sip away on beer or prosecco! This is a great way to explore the city with your friends without having to traipse around trying to figure out the right way to go. Your guide will do the steering, so all you and your group have to do is keep pedalling! This is perfect for that Berlin Hen Party where you get to see some top sights and have a good laugh all at the same time.

This is just a taste of the huge range of activities and experiences on offer in this city, so jump on board and get planning for the best hen weekend in Berlin!

If you'd like to head to a city that has unparalleled nightlife, fantastic food and a vibrant city full of sights and rich in culture then Berlin has to be at the top of your list for your hen do.

Top 10 Hen Party Activities in Berlin

1) Prosecco Bike

Who doesn’t love the combination of prosecco and pals? It’s time to hop on the prosecco bike, a portable bar on wheels that’ll get you around the city in the most quirky way. It features a bar that you sit around on seats with pedals underneath. You and the girls will need to pedal the bike to get it moving in order to explore the city sights. A friendly chauffeur will be in charge of the steering, giving you more time to enjoy drinking loads of refreshing prosecco which the bike is fully stocked with. Cheers to that, ladies!

2) Cocktail Making

Once the day heads to a close, it's the perfect time to get to your hen party cocktail making class where you’ll not only get to learn new tricks but, of course, taste test your creations. This is a great way to wind down for the evening as your final activity or use this as a starter to your big night out! Either way, cocktail making will see you mix, muddle, shake and make the cocktails yourselves as you learn the all-important insider’s knowledge from the English-speaking expert bartender. You’ll drink everything you make and play games to up the fun factor.

3) River Cruise

This German city gives visitors a top city break but you can also head here for your hen do in Berlin and discover things in this city you might not have done on just an ordinary trip! With a whole host of different activities to do, you’re spoilt for choice. Why not take your party to water with a cruise along the River Spree? You’ll pass loads of Berlin’s beautiful and iconic landmarks and will get a guided tour in English as you make your journey along the river. You can even add food and drink if you want to make things a bit more special.

4) Bar Crawl

Berlin is one of Europe’s clubbing capitals with eclectic nightlife, traditional beer halls and famous techno music pumping out of the bars so get ready for one hell of a night! Experience as much of that nightlife in the easiest way with a guided bar crawl. Your English-speaking guide will take you to several of the city’s best pubs and bars where you’ll enjoy good vibes, free drinks and even games with fellow partygoers. You’ll save the time and hassle of researching where’s best to go and wandering around the streets, searching for somewhere that lets groups in. Let us do the hard work for you!

5) Afternoon Tea

If you fancy a more laid back affair, you’ve got to get yourselves to afternoon tea where you can sit back, relax and enjoy a good old chinwag with the girls. It’s not just British people who love their afternoon tea, you know. It’s also super popular around the world, giving you all a chance to indulge in delicious savoury and sweet treats. Tuck into traditional German or English food, depending on the venue you choose, and wash it down with tea, coffee or bubbly. Whether you’re shaking off a hangover or starting your day feeling fresh, afternoon tea is always a winner.

6) Pole Dancing

Get the girls giggling as you head on a hilarious and fun activity, pole dancing! In this class, you’ll get to learn all the right moves as you spin around the pole in fits of giggles with your girls, learning some sexy moves along the way. The dance tutor will teach you how to grip the pole in the right way with elegance and grace, of course. You’ll soon be in hysterics as someone comes tumbling down from their pole! That said, you’ll be surprised at what you’re able to achieve at the end of the class after the pole instructor’s expert tuition.

7) Party Bus

Do you like the sound of a few hours of music, drinks and good times on a quirky mode of transportation during your hen party in Berlin? Of course you do! You’ll love a trip on the party bus that’ll get you where you need to go in style. The bus has an onboard bar where you can buy drinks. You can even buy a ticket in advance for unlimited drinks. Plug your device into the onboard sound system and get your favourite playlist on as you drive around town. Just imagine rolling up to a top nightclub in this American-style school bus with the music pumping out loud!

8) Escape Rooms

Get your thinking caps on for the next activity as you’ll have to solve puzzles, complete challenges and answer questions in a Berlin escape room! This takes more than just intelligence as you have to work as a team to figure out how to escape the room. You’ll only have one hour on the clock to escape so you better work fast or you might get locked in there! You don’t have to be Einstein to give it a go. Just come along with lots of enthusiasm and get stuck in to hunt for those codes, crack the clues and solve the riddles and puzzles as quickly as you can.

9) Berlin Hen Party Nightlife

Once you’ve finished your daytime activities, it’s time to hit the town and celebrate your last night of freedom! It’s a good idea to book your bar or nightclub entry ahead of time so you’re not disappointed on the night. You’re spoilt for choice with watering holes here, whether you want a traditional German beer hall or something quirky like the Ice Bar where it’s always -10°. Don’t worry, you’ll be given a thermal coat and gloves to keep you warm as well as three alcoholic drinks even, served to you in glasses made of ice. As you can imagine, there are so many photo ops here!

10) Go Karting

Put the pedal to the metal and race against each other across an indoor or outdoor go karting track. You’ll race to achieve the fastest lap or the most complete laps in the shortest amount of time. Take on hairpin bends and speedy straight sections where you can attempt to overtake. Will you be crowned the go karting queen? Of course, the activities don’t stop here! With many more activities on offer such as bowling, a brewery tour, laser tag and shooting experience you can make your Berlin hen party whatever you want it to be!

Fun facts

Did you know?

  • Berlin is home to three UNESCO world heritage sites. The palaces and parks of Potsdam, The Museum Island and the Modernism Housing Estates.
  • Berlin is home to the longest open-air gallery in the world with a length of 1,316m, or 1.3km. The most famous art on the East Side Gallery wall is ‘The Fraternal Kiss’.
  • Berlin’s street art is so rife that is now attracts tourists as a top sight to see whilst you’re in the city. What do you think, graffiti or art?
  • Berlin is the capital of Germany.
  • Berlin is the largest city in Germany (by population).
  • The Berlin Wall physically and ideologically divided Berlin into East and West Berlin from 1961 to 1989.
  • The Holocaust Memorial is a memorial in Berlin to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. It consists of 19,000 square meters covered with 2,711 concrete slabs.
  • The Brandenburg Gate is Berlin’s most famous landmark. It’s an 18th-century neoclassical monument built by during Prussian king Frederick William II reign.
  • The longest beer garden in the world is in Berlin. Running a whopping 1,820m in length created by Präsenta GmbH and the Internationale Berliner Bierfestival on 7th August 2011.

Berlin in numbers

  • The Fersehturm, or TV Tower is the tallest structure in Berlin at 368m high.
  • The Berlin Zoo is the most visited zoo in Europe with 3.3 million visitors a year.
  • The Berlin Zoo also hosts 1,380 different animal species and over 20,200 animals.
  • Berlin has over 170 museums in the city. Which one will you choose to visit?
  • Berlin covers an area of 891.8 sqkm (or 344.33 sqm).
  • Berlin is 34m above sea level.
  • Berlin is home to around 150 theatres and stages.
  • Berlin has three opera houses and eight major orchestras.

Local Celebs

Read on for some pretty impressive celebs hailing from Germany’s capital city! Dominic Monaghan, or more commonly known as Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck from The Lord of the Rings trilogy has gained critical acclaim and renowned acting success in Hollywood.

Another actor from Berlin is Andrew Sachs, or more commonly known as Manuel from the TV series Fawlty Towers, who was born in Berlin before moving to London with his parents at age seven.

Mike Nichols was born in Berlin and later moved to the United States where he became a film and theatre director, producer, actor and comedian. Winning many awards, most notably an Academy Award, a Grammy Award (the first for a comedian born outside the United States), four Emmy Awards and nine Tony Awards. He was also a three-time BAFTA Award winner! Talk about an impressive résumé!

Food and Drink

If the bride-to-be is a real foodie, you can explore and taste a range of delicious food in this capital city. When in Berlin you can’t leave without trying a bratwurst or currywurst! These hot-dog style delicacies are filled with a traditional German sausage with fried onions and your choice of sauce. The currywurst is the same but with a big dollop of curry sauce on top! You can find these from a variety of vendors throughout the city.

For something to do in the daytime, why not book onto a sophisticated Afternoon Tea with the girls for the ultimate Berlin hen do experience? Or why not head to a German restaurant and eat like the locals do with a traditional Bavarian meal? Whatever you decide, Berlin has an eclectic range of foods to try which makes this the perfect city to escape to for your special occasion.

Berlin Nightlife

Berlin has no official closing time, meaning clubs can stay open for as long as they like! Infamous Berghain has a strict and random door policy; there’s no way of knowing whether you’ll get in or not. For some, this is an instant turn off. For others, they’re still trying on their fourth or fifth round in the queue. With some queues lasting up to four hours or over, would you stand in line to get a glimpse into this secretive club? This club opens on a Thursday and doesn’t close until Monday morning so you can always try again another night if you fail to get in!

Live music is a huge party of this city so whilst you’re here why not visit a piano bar or old dance hall to get your music fix and do like a Berliner does to fully embrace the rich culture of this city.

There are clubs on (nearly) every corner in Berlin, all offering that wow-factor to impress both Berliners and foreigners alike. With an eclectic music scene there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Or, simply just mind your time in a swanky rooftop bar overlooking this capital city for your hen do. You could even try out a Cocktail Making class in Berlin!

For a more sophisticated way to spend the evening, why not head to BAR 203 in the TV Tower, overlook Berlin by night and view the entire city from every direction? Perfect to dress up and get the girls together for some fab photo opportunities.

In Berlin, there’s no dress code at most places so come as yourself whether you want to dress up or down. This one of the many things that makes Berlin nightlife so unique! And with buses and trains running all night, you can get home without worrying you're spending too much money on a taxi.

The Best Time to Visit Berlin

From summer to winter, spring to autumn, there’s always something going on in this capital city. If you’re after a wintry break then Berlin at Christmas time is perfect to explore the Christmas markets, try the gluhwein (pronounced glue-vine) to warm yourself up with variations such as shots of Amaretto and Jägermeister thrown in! That’s sure to keep you warm!

In the warmer months, you can expect Tiergarten to be packed with families, couples and groups of friends alike enjoying the warmer weather and basking in the sunshine. With some temperatures reach up to 30°C in summer you’re sure to have some fantastic weather.

Come rain or shine, Berlin is a 24-hour city, 365 days of the year, so whichever season you decide to go in, there’ll always be something going on!

Getting around

Getting to Berlin by air is simple! With two airports in the city you can easily get to the centre from either Tegel or Schönefeld airports. Once in the city, the subway or metro system is very easy to navigate with the U-Bahn (subway, underground) and the S-Bahn (light rail) getting you where you need to go. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance and ensure they’re stamped at the station before boarding the metro. You don’t want to be caught out here as the authorities take this matter very seriously!

Alternatively, Berlin has a great bus system as well as bicycles to rent. You can get from A to B with ease as you cycle in the warm summer breeze. And if all else fails, walk! Walking around this city is a great way to see everything up-close. You never know what might turn up around the corner. Just wrap up warm if you’re heading there in the cooler months!

Fancy a Hen Party in Berlin?

For a Berlin hen do to remember, you’ve got to head to this city and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. From the must-see sights, rich culture, strong history, food delicacies and world-renowned nightlife, this is one city not to be missed!

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