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It's not all about culture, beautiful beaches and sightseeing in Valencia. The coastal Spanish city comes alive at night with vibrant restaurants, stunning women and some raving nightclubs that rival those of the capital.
From quiet nights to bar hopping, clubbing or seeing some live music, it's all on offer in Valencia. And, if you're looking for banging clubs, the hottest bars, and a whole lot more for your nightlife on your hen weekend, Valencia will provide!
The city is fast becoming one of our most popular destinations for a Spanish hen party. This vibrant city has everything for a fabulous weekend your sure not to forget.
Here is our rundown for your hen party nightlife in Valencia.
We might be talking about Valencia's nightlife, but when it comes to a hen weekend, it's never too early to start drinking. Especially in the lively and sunny city of Valencia.
And, what better way to get in some sightseeing and day drinking than with the Beer Bike, Catamaran Party or a Boat Party!
Of course, if you want to immerse yourselves in the Spanish culture than there is also Wine and Tapas tasting complete with an English speaking guide available. Or, if you want to get 'creative', you can craft some of your favourite cocktails in the Maximise Cocktail Class, which is one of our most popular hen party activities.
Skip the eat and sleep, it's time to just drink, rave and repeat!
Welcome to a whole new world of hen party madness, the mass of bars, clubs and discos are slightly insane and overwhelming. But, Maximise can make sure you avoid all the tourist traps and organise a top night out complete with all the trimmings for your hen weekend in Valencia.
Home to some of the most famous clubs in Europe, you can skip the queues and waiting lists with our nightlife packages and Club & Bottles Combo, which includes entry to a top club, a private table and plenty of booze to fuel your celebrations. We also have a Bar Crawl & Club package on offer, complete with a guide to show you around Valencia's best watering holes.
And, if you and the girls think you might be a little peckish before you head out, you can immerse yourselves in Spanish culture with a Flamenco Dinner. You'll enjoy a Tapas dinner with wine included during the meal and a Flamenco show after dinner.
So, you're asking where should I go for a night out in Valencia?
Well, firstly, it depends on what you and the bride's tribe are into. Valencia is far from a sleepy city. This Spanish gem knows how to party and is bursting with endless bars, festivals, concerts, boat parties and more. But, like anywhere, if you want to have a top night out a little pre-planning always helps. Especially when you are abroad and in a new city.
It's also worth knowing, there isn't a main strip that's full of all nightclubs or bars, instead, you'll find them sprawled throughout the city and different areas cater to different genres and tastes.
It's definitely a city worth exploring and there really is something for everyone in Valencia. Just perfect for a hen weekend.
Although we said, there was no real main drag for Valencia's nightlife, The Old Town is definitely a hive of activity. And, if you're only in Valencia a short time like on a Hen Weekend it's one area that can't be missed.
In the area known as El Carmen, you'll find streets jam-packed with hoards of young people, both foreigners and locals alike, in search of a top watering hole. The area is renowned for being a place to head for cocktail bars, bars, clubs and restaurants. And the it's all super affordable!
Once the sun sets, you'll want to head to the streets behind the cathedral. Plaza de la Virgen is a great starting point and you can make your way down towards Calle Caballeros. While Caballeros Street is the hub, the entire area is bursting at the seems with eateries and top bars and clubs.
And, once you've sampled enough in Calle Caballeros, you'll also find plenty of hidden gems in the nearby streets of the El Carmen neighbourhood, such as Radio City, one of the most famed clubs in the area.
Big beach clubs and some seriously delicious food.
If you and the girls want some top seafood followed by partying it up in some big clubs that look out onto the water, this is the area to head. Things here will be on the higher end of the scale, so embarrassing costumes for the hen might need to wait for another area or another night.
This is the hot spot in the summer months and best enjoyed from June to August. There is less choice than what you'll find in the city, but there are several places to go including open-air bars and discos that let you party the all-night-long right beside the Mediterranean. Just be sure to get some great photos.
While there is an abundance of student areas in Valencia, Avenida de Aragon and Paseo de la Alameda is one for the oldies. And by oldies, we mean mid-twenties to thirty-somethings. Whether it's the local professionals or the night-owls, they'll all be found enjoying a drink at one of the many bars that line La Avenida de Aragon and the adjoining streets.
As for music, you generally won't find jazz or Flamenco, instead you'll be listening and dancing along to chart music.
As for the summer months, El Paseo de la Alameda is one of the most popular places, but you'll find hardly anyone inside the bar, everyone will be outside on the terrace or around the gardens.
Similarily Plaza de Canovas has a number of bars and clubs that aren't overrun with university students and you'll also find plenty of places with open-air terraces. This is a good spot for the evening before heading out clubbing. Grab a cocktail, relax, people watch and admire all Valencia has to offer...
But, if it is the student nightlife you and the girls are after, Honduras and Xúquer Square, as well as Avenida Blasco Ibañez and around Plaza del Cedro will be where you'll want to head.
Now that you know the areas you'll be heading, let's talk clubs!
Remember they are scattered around the city and pre-purchasing your entry, as well as some drinks packages, go a long way in making your night more enjoyable and memorable.
High Cube - the name indicates a pretty good description of this insane club. High Cube is an open-air club floating on the sea and considered one of the best in Valencia.
Barraca - You know how people tend to say something about how older is better or what's old is new again?
Well, whatever it is, Barraca is a testament to that, this place has been open for 50 years and is still going strong.
LA3 - You can leave the heels at home for this one. Considered to be the best electronic club of Valencia, LA3 is for the real electro fans.
Marina Beach Club - Open and by the water, Marina beach club is the place to go during the summer months.
Mya - Located right next to the famous City of Arts & Sciences, which looks magical at night, Mya is a top spot for the locals.
L’Umbracle - Not far from Mya, L’Umbracle is an open-air club in the famous City of Arts and Sciences complex. It is something that has to be seen to be believed.
Akuarela Playa - Located just 100-metres from the sea and with a capacity of more than 2,500 people, Akuarela is another top open-air club in Valencia.
Le Premier, Indiana, Loco Club and Nylon Club are other top clubs.
If you're in charge of making the next hen weekend one to remember then let us take the pressure off you - Maximise offers tailored Hen Parties in Valencia and other world-famous party destination. For more information, advice and free quotes contact our hen party team on 0208 236 0111 and we'll do the rest.
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