Hen Party Activities in Prague

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Prague Hen Parties

Beautiful Prague is a cultured and eclectic city that mixes a modern, edgy feel with an old world look. Affectionately known as the Gold City of 100 Spires, immerse yourself in the fascinating history, culture and famous sights of the capital of the Czech Republic during your hen do in Prague.

What’s more, you can also experience some of the wildest nightlife in Europe. Trust us, you’ll never forget a night out here! There’s also the massive bonus of this awesome city providing value for money. Who doesn’t love quality drinks at purse friendly prices?

Prague is divided by the gorgeous Vltava River. Hop on a boat and see the sights from a unique perspective as you sail past stunning buildings including the famous Dancing House (so called because it looks like a dancing couple) and gorgeously gothic Prague Castle. Wandering around on foot is a must. Explore the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square for a spot of people watching at a range of top bars and restaurants.

When night falls, it’s time to really let your hair down! Try some delicious Czech beer and dance ‘til you drop in central Europe’s biggest nightclub, Karlovy Lázne. From White Water Rafting to Afternoon Tea, Strippers to Spa Days, there’s something that’ll make everyone in your group smile on a hen do in Prague!

Hen Parties Activities in Prague

Why not start your Prague hen weekend with a bang with an action-packed session of Go Karting? Race with your friends in the ultimate adrenaline junkie activity! Put that pedal to the metal as you take on hairpin bends and speedy straights, all satisfying your need for speed! If putting a helmet on and flattening your hair isn’t so much your vibe then head on a River Cruise and see the sights of Prague as you sail down the Vltava River enjoying a drink and buffet lunch.

One of our most popular activities has to be hen party Life Drawing in Prague where an art teacher will teach you how to draw a naked man. Did we mention, he’ll be stood right in front of you? Yep, you’re going to get a fully nude male model to sketch. Make sure to get every detail, little and large, on to paper! As you can imagine, this activity guarantees giggles galore!

Try something totally different by hopping on a Prosecco Bike! This bar on wheels is equipped with a whopping 12 litres of prosecco that you can sip as you pedal around the city for 90 fun-filled minutes. You’ll cycle past some gorgeous sights, and we’re not just talking about the hot locals!

Arranging a wedding can be super stressful so make sure your betrothed bestie has a chance to unwind with a Spa Day. You’ll get access to top facilities including the swimming pool, steam bath and Finnish sauna for three indulgent hours, plenty of time to melt any stress or tension away and get you feeling tip top! You deserve some me time, ladies.

There’s simply so much to do here! From Quad Biking to an Escape Room, Burlesque Dancing to Tobogganing, you’ll find something perfect for your whole group no matter what your tastes or budget.

Reviews for Prague hen activities

Guided Pub Crawl with Shots

Bars are a bit out the way from one another but all good enough inside and had a good night.

Chris Jackson
Indoor Go Karting

Best go karting I have ever been to. The track and karts were brilliant.

Andrew Hall
Pistol Shooting with 50 Bullets

Awsome

Luke Simons
Tobogganing with Five Rides

would recomend to anyone

Graham Sturton

Did you know?

  • Prague is home to the biggest nightclub in central Europe. Karlovy Lázně is in the city centre and features a whopping five floors! That’s loads of space for you ladies to throw some shapes during your Prague hen party!
  • According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Prague Castle is the biggest coherent castle complex in the world.
  • The city has beer spas where you can bathe in Czech beer! Apparently, the hop oil in beer helps to make your skin glow, opens your pores and stimulates your metabolism.
  • Gruesome fact time: Legend has it that Hanus Carolinum, creator of Prague’s gorgeous Astronomical Clock Tower, was blinded with a hot poker to stop him recreating the clock in any other city. Harsh!
  • Despite the previous fact, you can find an exact replica of the Astronomical Clock in Seoul in South Korea!
  • People living in Prague drinks more beer per head than anywhere else in the world!
  • If you think the city looks familiar, it be because you’ve seen it in the movies! It’s featured in Casino Royale, Mission Impossible, Wanted, XXX and The Spy Who Dumped Me.
  • The most famous bridge in the city, Charles Bridge, is said to be haunted!
  • Charles Square is one of the biggest squares in the world and was the biggest town square in medieval Europe.
  • Prague’s historic and beautiful city centre was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1992 so make sure to explore and take lots of pics during your hen do in Prague.
  • Episodes of Tom and Jerry and Popeye were directed in Prague in the early 1960s.
  • The International Astronomical Union gathered in Prague in 2006 to redefine Pluto as a dwarf planet, stripping it of its fully-fledged planet status.
  • Charles University is the biggest and oldest university in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1348, making it the first university established in central Europe.
  • The only cubist lamp post in the world is in a corner off Wenceslas Square. It was designed by Emil Kralicek.
  • Rotunda of St Martin is the oldest surviving building in Prague. It’s been standing since the 11th century.

Prague in numbers

  • The city’s narrowest street is barely 50cm wide. It even has its own traffic light to stop pedestrians getting stuck down it!
  • Locals drink around 150 litres of beer a year. It’s been brewed here for more than 1,000 years and it’s seriously tasty! Fancy trying some on your Prague hen night?
  • The Dancing House (also known as Fred and Ginger) is home to 3,000 sqm of office space as well as a gallery, conference centre and a restaurant. It’s thought to be the most iconic example of post-1989 Czech architecture.
  • The Zizkov Tower has been voted the 2nd ugliest building in the world. It’s unpopular with locals who believe its big grey structure disrupts the medieval skyline.
  • Prague Castle is 130m wide and sits on 70,000 sqm of land. The medieval castle is a must see, attracting around two million visitors a year.
  • Prague Metro is a network that’s 59.3km long, comprising three lines and serving 57 stations.
  • The Crown Jewels are kept in St Vitus Cathedral and kept in a safe with seven locks. There are seven key holders who all have to be present for the door to be opened.
  • The Negrelli Viaduct is the longest bridge in Prague at 1,110m. It’s also the second oldest bridge in the city.
  • The clock on the Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord has the biggest face in Prague and one of the biggest in central Europe with a diameter of 7.6m.
  • TV Tower stands at 216m tall. It might stick out like a sore thumb but it offers gorgeous panoramic views of the city and surrounding area.

Local Celebs

You’ll discover loads of history and tales of famous locals during your hen do in Prague. One of the best female tennis players ever, Martina Navratilova was born in Prague as was legendary author Franz Kafka. He famously said: “Prague never lets you go. This dear little mother has sharp claws.” You can visit the statue of Kafka, a museum dedicated to him and his final resting place in Prague’s New Jewish Cemetery.

You better bring a big appetite to your Prague hen do as this city’s traditional food is hearty, filling and delicious! It’s not just about quantity though, Prague also boasts quality. In 2008 Prague became the first city in the post-communist Eastern bloc to have a Michelin starred restaurant.

Some local delicacies you’ve got to try include palačinky (pancakes with sweet or savoury filling), trdelník (rolled pastry with sugar and cinnamon), vepřo-knedlo-zelo (roast pork, dumplings and cabbage), smažený sýr (deep fried cheese and chips) and pork knee (you can guess what that one is).

One of the best ways to get a real taste of Prague is with our Traditional Czech Meal.

You’ll tuck into three tasty courses including soup, meat with dumplings and pancakes, washed down with two glasses of wine each. Add even more fun with a Medieval Banquet where you’ll chow down on three courses as you watch medieval-style entertainment and listen to live music.

How about adding some sophistication to your celebrations? Hen party Afternoon Tea in Prague gets everyone relaxing as you tuck into a range of sandwiches, cakes, scones and teas. Eating a slap-up meal is a great way to slow down the pace and enjoy some quality time together. It’s also a tasty way to line those stomachs before another night of partying!

A hen night in Prague is bound to be a gooden! Behind the city’s history and beauty lies some of the wildest nightlife in Europe! With top DJs and a throbbing live music scene, you better be ready to hit that dancefloor hard, ladies!

Kick start the bride-to-be’s last night of freedom in style by learning how to make your own delicious drinks with hen party Cocktail Making in Prague! You’ll receive a glass of Czech bubbly to get the fun times flowing before an expert bartender demonstrates the tricks of the trade. Next, it’s your turn to create two cocktails each. Race against your friends and have a laugh as you learn how to combine tasty spirits and mixers. If you’d rather sit back whilst someone else makes the drink, why not a Wine or Gin Tasting session?

Experience the best nightlife hotspots with a Bar Crawl in Prague. You’ll visit around four fab watering holes, getting a free shot in each, as you’re led around by your dedicated English-speaking guide.

Alternatively, a fun Karaoke sesh is guaranteed to get you and the girls giggling as your favourite sing-along songs are blasted out!

Watching sexy guys take their kit off if a hen party staple for groups who like their activities a bit naughty! Watch this talented troupe of male strippers as they dance and strip for your entertainment. Just imagine the look on the bride-to-be’s face as she gets involved with some audience participation! For something more chilled out (literally), visit the Ice Bar! Experience -7°C temperatures as you drink from glasses made of ice and admire the ice sculptures. This has to be one of the coolest bars in town!

The nightclubs here are nothing short of epic! You’re sure to bump into some stag do’s you can mingle with as you let your hair down and enjoy every minute of your big night out. Why not visit the largest club in central Europe, Karlovy Lázne, and explore it’s five floors of fun?

If you’re looking for hen party ideas in Prague, the time of year you’re visiting might influence your decision. Whenever you decide to visit, you’re in for a great time. Witches Night takes place each April and celebrates the end of winter with bonfires, fireworks and spooky events in a fun blend of the UK’s Halloween and 5th November celebrations.

Between May and June, thousands of people descend on the city for the annual Fringe Festival that showcases a range of comedy, music, dance, storytelling and theatre events across venues in the Malá Strana district.

United Islands of Prague also takes place during June. This open-air festival features performances from local and international musicians and singers as well as workshops and creative activities. It takes place in the vibrant Karlín district and admission is free!

Expect celebrations, concerts, exhibitions and other fun social events on 28th October each year as the Czech Republic celebrates their Independence Day. Whenever you choose to visit, expect lots going on to make your hen do in Prague even more fun!

Walking around Prague is a must in order to see all the gorgeous sights and get a real feel for life here. Get your phones at the ready to take loads of pics! The city centre is conveniently small, so most things are easily accessible by foot. The Metro here is one of the most widely used in Europe with a regular service and more than 60 stations.

You can also jump on a tram or bus if you want to rest those party feet on your hen do in Prague. If you’re a tight schedule or wearing some fabulous skyscraper heels, it’s probably easiest if you jump in a taxi. Make sure to arrange a price you’re happy with before you set off on your journey.

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