Berlin is best known for its numerous cafes, street art, museums and famous landmarks such as the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and the parts of the Berlin Wall that are still intact.
If sightseeing is not on the top of the list for your hen weekend an afternoon of cocktail making definitely should be.
And, because you're in Berlin you and the girls should definitely enjoy an X-Rated Male Strip Show before hitting up Berlin's nightlife.
On day two of your hen weekend in Berlin test your coordination and accuracy with a Multi-Activity Day, which combines the likes of Bubble Football, Archery Tag and more into one fun-filled session.
Enjoy a traditional dinner with a sexy-topless waiter followed by VIP entry into one of the trendiest clubs in the city, we will sort you out with a reserved table and drinks to kick-start your hen party nightlife in Berlin.
Berlin is one of the most vibrant cities in Europe with something on offer for each and every hen party.
Where are the best pubs, clubs and bars in Berlin? Where are the local's favourite watering holes? Where is the best nightlife in Berlin?
Find out and sample the best of Berlin's nightlife with one of Maximise's Guided Bar Crawls and Club Packages during your hen weekend. Recommended for the first night, a guided bar crawl is a great way to get a sense for Berlin's nightlife and clubbing scene, which is never-ending and has no official closing time.
This is one capital city where the party never stops with events and parties kicking off on Friday evening and only finishing when the sun comes out on Monday Morning.
What makes Berlin's nightlife even better is the fact there is no dress code, busses and trains run all night and you can get breakfast any time of day.
If walking and public transport are not something you want to master in your heels, Maximise also offers great limo tours to hit up the city's nightlife in.
The main areas to look out for in techno-loving Berlin during your hen weekend are Prenzlauer Berg, Mitte, Oranienstraße, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg or party by the River Spree in Wrangelkiez.
However, when it comes to a hen weekend in Berlin, there is only one place you need to worry about and it's this X-Rated Male Strip Show that comes with a Ladies-only club to party in after the sho has finished.
With flights for as little as £70, getting to Berlin is easy and affordable. Drinks are cheap and beer goes for as little as £3, making this German capital city a great hen party location.
Once you've landed, Maximise always recommends saving yourself the hassle of public transport or taxis and head straight to your hen party accommodation with our Airport Transfers.
Whether you want to go all out with a Limo or really get the party started with our Hummer Transfers that come complete with a stripper, Maximise has airport transfers to suit all hen parties and all budgets.
No matter what time it is, there's always a way to get around Berlin. The city's three-zone comprehensive public transport system consists of the U-Bahn (underground), the S-Bahn (light rail), buses and trams.
Ticket options vary and can be purchased at stations, vending machines or directly from the driver. If you are buying your tickets from the driver, you'll probably need cash and credit cards are not accepted.
While you can purchase single-trip tickets, if you think you'll take more than two trips in a day, a Tageskarte (day pass) is the way to go. It’s valid for unlimited rides on all forms of transport until 3 am the following day, while the Kleingruppen-Tageskarte (group day pass) is valid for up to five people travelling together.
For short trips, buy the Kurzstreckenticket, which is good for three stops on the U-Bahn or S-Bahn, or six stops on any bus or tram.
Berlin has no shortage of monuments and attractions to see, it's a city rich in history and culture. So, if sightseeing is on the cards for your hen weekend, Maximise recommends planning out what you want to see or enjoy a Hot Rod City Tour or Segway Tour to see some of the top attractions.
Some of Berlin's must-see attractions include Checkpoint Charlie, Bellevue Palace, The Holocaust Memorial, Berlin Cathedral, The Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate and base jumping off the city's TV Tower in Alexanderplatz.