Hen Party Activities in Budapest

If you’re looking for somewhere you can take the girls away to, have the most amazing time, maybe come back with slightly sore heads but memories that’ll last forever? Budapest is the place to head to!
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Budapest Hen Parties

With the incredible river Danube running down the middle of this city, splitting Buda from Pest, you can see some amazing sights and really explore everything this capital city has to offer.

Sail down the river Danube on board the River Cruise with Lunch, or with Dinner, and really take in all the sights by boat – surely the quickest and slickest way to get around! This is perfect for a Hen Do in Budapest to get the girls together on the first day and get your bearings for this amazing city.

For the active bride-to-be why not head on a Go Karting or Paintballing activity in Budapest to bring everyone’s friendly competition out and see the girls go head to head in the ultimate battle! This is sure to be a talking point from your weekend and one everyone will remember.

Check out the various activities including Bar Crawls, Chocolate Making, Escape Rooms, Quad Biking, Restaurants, Tobogganing and Wine Tasting to name just a few! It’s obvious Budapest has a lot to offer and there’s only one way to know for sure – discover it for yourself.

Hen Parties Activities in Budapest

There really is a huge range of activities to try out from active events to spas, from alcoholic events to water sports! Have a browse and see what takes your fancy the most.

If you’re up for some relaxation on your hen do then you’ve got to head to the spa in Budapest. This city is renowned for its amazing spas and thermal baths to soak away in as you’re surrounded by your girls.

If this all sounds a bit too tame for your Budapest Hen Party, then try the Chippendale show – you’ll receive two drinks each as well as two sexy male strippers! This is sure to get your heartrate rising making one memorable and fun night out in Budapest.

Alternatively, if that doesn’t quite sound like your cup of tea, then try Cocktail Making in Budapest. Get your group mixing, muddling, stirring and shaking the evening away as you make and taste some delicious cocktails to really kick start your night off. Head out afterwards and carry on your festivities with a Nightclub Entry to one of Budapest’s famous and hottest clubs to party into the early hours with your girls. Or head to the Ice Bar, Budapest's coolest bar with -7 degree temperature - the bar, walls and tables are all made from ice as well as the glass you drink with! This unique experience is sure to make some lasting memories from your trip to Budapest and have everyone talking about this for years to come.

Reviews for Budapest hen activities

Cocktail Making

This was great, the staff were really friendly & were all prepared for when we arrived. The cocktails were perfect & it wasn't boring.

Louise Stewart
River Cruise with Dinner

Amazing food and lovely trip

Laura Stone
Guided Cocktail Bar Crawl

Our guide made this a great experience & took us to the perfect places. The karaoke bar was our favourite!

Louise Stewart
Wine Tasting

Very good facilities and location. Wine expert was lovely and very good at explaining everything, this was a highlight of our weekend!

Emma Wood

Did you know?

  • Budapest is home to the third largest Parliament building in the world.
  • Budapest has the oldest subway-line in mainland Europe. After London, Budapest has the oldest underground train system in Europe.
  • Budapest is home to the second largest synagogue in the world – The Dohány Street Synagogue.
  • The word ‘Budapest’ came from the combined city of Buda and Pest. The two cities were united into a single city in the year 1873.
  • Buda and Pest are situated on opposite sides of the river and connected by various bridges.
  • The largest thermal water cave system is located here.
  • A right of passage when visiting Budapest is to take a Turkish bath, the mineral-rich waters of the natural hot springs are meant to cure bone, skin and muscular ailments in the body. Make sure you take a trip to one of the baths in the city!
  • A beer in one of Budapest’s ruin pubs is a must when visiting the city. The pubs, or kerts, literally sit inside the many ruined and shells of buildings, with some even complete with bullet marks in the walls!
  • Elvis Presley is an honorary citizen of Budapest. This is in recognition after his performance of “Peace in the Valley” on American television that brought attention to the 1956 revolution. This acknowledgement is also recognised in a local landmark, Elvis Presley Boulevard.
  • Hungarian names are regulated by law. Parents are subject to a naming law when it comes down to choosing what to call their children. Names must come from a pre-approved list - any deviations from which must be approved by application to the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
  • The Széchenyi Medicinal Bath in Budapest is the largest medicinal bath in Europe. Its water is supplied by two thermal springs.

Budapest in numbers

  • Hungary has 13 Nobel Prize winners so far.
  • Budapest is 525.2 km².
  • Population, as of 2016, stands at 1.756 million people.
  • The time zone is one hour ahead of GMT.
  • There are more females than males living in the city.
  • Over 80% of Hungarians make up Budapest’s population.
  • Budapest has one of the most populous Christian communities in Central Europe.
  • It’s estimated that over 20 million tourists visit this city every year.
  • Budapest is the biggest city in Hungary. 20% of Hungary’s population lives in Budapest. This means every 5th person in Hungary is a ‘Budapester’.
  • Budapest is home to one of the largest music festivals in the world. Around 400,000 people from all over the world flock to the Sziget Festival every August.

Local Celebs

Did you know… the inventor of the famous Rubik’s Cube was born in Budapest. There’s even a Rubik’s Cube 3D mural to commemorate this amazing creation!

Another mastermind hails from this city – Erich Weisz. Widely known as Harry Houdini in his professional illusionist career. Houdini was born in Budapest in 1874.

Budapest creates some incredible inventors as another great mastermind László Bíró was the first person to successfully commercialise the modern ballpoint pen. We’ve come to know and love it today as the Biro pen.

When in Budapest, there’s only one thing for it and that’s to try Gulyás, also known as – Goulash. This traditional Hungarian dish is served as a stew with beef, onion, paprika, tomatoes and pepper as the classic base. Most Goulash dishes are served with white bread to soak up the broth! Heading to a restaurant in Budapest is a must whilst in the city.

If you’re after some sophisticated dining whilst in Budapest then why not try one of the up-market restaurants such as Caviar & Bull, Babel Budapest or Aszu Restaurant. Just make sure you book a table for one of these as they’re very popular!

If you're in need of a pick-me-up in the day, or you’re looking for your next caffeine fix, then head to The Goat Herder or PEET and the FLAT WHITE. The Goat Herder serves up some pretty impressive coffee and has a selection of quick-bites to chow down before you move on and explore more of the city. PEET and the FLAT WHITE is another fab coffee shop serving up great espresso, tasty breakfast eats and delicious cakes to boot! Sit down at a table and spend an hour here to re-charge before you head out onto the streets of Budapest again.

For a great spot to have a drink why not head to one of Budapest’s many ruin bars and gaze upon the marvellous décor of these derelict buildings. For a swanky and sophisticated drink head to Bar Pharma, Budapest’s best cocktail bar and try a range of different cocktails that won’t disappoint your taste buds!

When in Budapest you’ve got to head to one, or a few, of the ruin bars. These bars have set up permanent residence in disused and derelict buildings, using the shells and turning them into amazing venues. Many have inner courtyards, and where the ceiling has dilapidated it’s created an inner sanctum perfect to watch the stars from below with a drink. With most of these ruin bars having the classic shabby chic décor, mis-matched furniture and some great music to boot they’re a popular choice for tourists and locals alike for either a quiet drink, or the end to a fab night out in Budapest.

Why not head to something truly unique and try a thermal bath spa party in Budapest. Get your group along and remember to bring those swimming costumes as the baths open up for the evening ready for party goers to descend.

If you’re looking for a quiet night out there’s many bars to grab a table at and get a bottle, or few, of wine and enjoy the evening without the music and dancing!

Naturally, when the weather is a little cooler, and bear in mind Budapest can get very cold, prices come down for accommodation as well as the restaurants and clubs being that little bit quieter. Everything will still be in walking distance but just remember to pack a thick coat, scarf and gloves if you want to do some sight-seeing!
With summer comes more tourists and a hike in prices, but this is true of most European cities. You’ll be able to walk around the city with ease as the sunshine warms up the streets. Even head on a bike tour and soak up the sunshine as you explore both Buda and Pest. It’s totally up to you which season you’d like to come in!

The Metro system is the quickest and easier way to get around this city as it’s well connected to every corner. The metro system in Budapest is the second oldest in the world after London. You can even hop on the BKK which is a ferry services that runs along the river!

Budapest is a lovely city to walk around in, especially in the warmer months, as there’s something new to discover on every corner. Take a stroll along the river and cross one of the bridges from Buda into Pest, or Pest into Buda!

Taxi’s are easy enough to get and after a night out this may be your best option if walking to your accommodation isn’t a viable option!

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