Once you've arrived in Krakow, you should skip the taxi rank and definitely don't bother with the public transport, Maximise can get you to your hen party accommodation in the city centre with our Return Aiport Transfers.
Sample Krakow's nightlife with our guided bar & club crawl, local knowledge is always best when it comes to sourcing out the best watering holes and our charming guides will make sure you have a great night and one to remember.
An Escape Room will be a great way to start day two and a surprising, fun and interesting way to spend your Hen weekend in Krakow.
With more charmingly bar and clubs than any other city centre, while Krakow's nightlife is incredibly vibrant, vast and amazing, it can also be a little daunting. But, nothing beats local knowledge, which is why our guided bar and club crawls are always a hit with our hen parties.
You'll get to sample the best Krakow has to offer and you'll be far away from any tourists traps or dive bars!
While Krakow definitely is a club-loving city, there is more on offer than just a brimming nightlife scene for your hen weekend. The city is also rich in history, culture and architecture. You can discover some of the city's best sights on foot or in the more prefered option of a limo tour.
Tour the Wieliczka Salt Mine is also a great way to take a break from all the hustle and bustle. Other favourite hen party activities include Bubble Football, White Water Rafting and the all-time favourite Booze Cruise that comes complete with a stripper.
Just like its brothers, Warsaw and Wroclaw, Krakow's nightlife is wild and unlike anything you'll find back home.
And, with enough bars and clubs to cater to a city twice its size and plenty of cheap booze, you can guarantee some of you're best nights will be had in Krakow during your hen weekend.
You'll find the mass of bars and clubs in the Old Town and in Kazimierz. And, there is no shortage of variety, you'll find everything from Bierhalls, mammoth clubs, cellar bars, cocktail lounges, terrace bars and more.
The area is fairly compâct and easy to navigate on foot, which is perfect for bar and club hopping. With so much on offer, it can be hard to know where to go and where to avoid. You definitely don't want to end up wasting any time or money in a dive bar, which is why Maximise always recommend going on a guided bar and club crawl with one of ou lovely English-speaking guides.
Perfect for the first night, you'll get to sample the best Krakow has to offer as well as get a feel for the city and know where you'll want to head on the second night of your hen weekend.
While you can walk everywhere, a limo tour is our preferred method for enjoying Krakow's nightlife.
The average flight time from the UK to Krakow is two and a half hours and if you book a few months in advance, you'll be able to get flights for under £70 for your hen weekend.
You'll find a number of budget airlines fly to Krakow several times a week. Ryanair flies direct to Krakow from Leeds-Bradford, Liverpool, London Stansted and East Midlands airports. EasyJet flies direct to Krakow from Liverpool, London Gatwick, Bristol and Belfast International airports. And Jet2.com flies direct from Newcastle airport.
Once you've landed in Krakow, you'll need to get to the city centre, which is where Maximise will arrange your hen party accommodation. Located 30-minutes away, the best way to get from the airport to the city centre is with our Return Airport Transfers. Hassle-free, easy and you don't have to sit on a train for another 30 minutes, Airport Transfers are the added luxury every hen weekend needs!
If you do find yourself with some downtime during your hen weekend and sightseeing is up your alley, you'll be spoiled for choice when it comes to Krakow. Boasting plenty of medieval charm and history, Krakow is a mecca of impressive sights and beautiful architecture.
Among the must-see sights and attractions during your hen weekend are Wawel Castle, Market Square, Florianska Street, The Dragon’s Den, Kazimierz (the Jewish Quarter) and St. Mary’s Basilica, which is a 14 Century Gothic Church.
Fun Fact: The Wawel Dragon is a famous legend about a cruel dragon that terrorised the citizens and lived in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill until it was slaughtered by a wise shoemaker.