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Trust us, it's more than just pints of Guinness that's on offer for a hen weekend in Dublin. Ireland's capital boasts a plethora of fun hen party activities, major cultural attractions and a famous non-stop party atmosphere, which all basically spell hen party haven!!!
It's also a picturesque city with hunky Irishman that has the best accents we know.
Ireland's capital is usually the first port of call for visitors to the country. This energetic, youthful city pulsates with a compelling mix of culture, hip bars and pubs, elegant architecture, great shopping and some of the country's best restaurants.
While you are bound to have a great time on your hen weekend in Dublin, Maximise has a few suggestions to make sure it is completely amazing and unforgettable.
For some fun and plenty of laughs with the girls enjoy a pole dancing class activity before our Bay Cruise is the evening.
On night one of your Dublin hen weekend, treat yourself and the girls to VIP Pleasure Ladies Night, it's a night filled with fun, drinks, drag and male strippers. An absolute hen party favourite and perfect before hitting the club with our VIP Club & Bottles Package.
Recover from those hangovers as you relax with a Spa Session before learning how to make and drink your favourite cocktails in our all-time favourite Cocktail Making Class.
For your second hen party night enjoy a three-course Hen Party meal before boarding the Party Bus and hitting up Dublin's buzézing nightlife.
A vibrant city with a bustling nightlife and clubs, bars and pubs on every corner, Ireland’s capital has more than just Guinness on offer for you and the girls on your hen weekend.
With a pub-to-person ration that makes other capital cities green with envy, Dublin is the ultimate city for a bar crawl. Whether you opt for a private bar crawl or head out with other partygoers on a public crawl, no one knows the city better than a local and this is the best way to sample Dublin's best watering holes. Ideal for the first night of your hen weekend.
Fortunately, the majority of Dublin's bars and clubs are found in or near the city centre, meaning you're never too far from the next pint. The Temple Bar area is where you're probably going to be spending the majority of your hen weekend, it has the highest concentration of both clubs and pre-club bars to get you in the mood for a big night and plenty of dance-floor appearances.
Regardless of how old you are or how old you might think you look, Dublin checks ID pretty thoroughly so be sure to always have your ID on you.
Fun Fact: The City of Dublin contains 666 licensed pubs - not sure if you'll get to them all on your Hen Weekend, but we wish you luck if you want to try!
While Dublin may have been founded by Vikings and boasts a few old artefacts and monuments, it actually has the youngest population in all of Europe. Approximately half of the population are under 25-years of age, so you can guarantee this is one city that knows how to party.
Dublin's beauty is undeniable, so if you are one for sightseeing, Ireland's capital is guaranteed to impress during your hen weekend.
One of the most popular Dublin landmarks is Dublin Castle. Opened in 1204, it's the oldest castle in Dublin and has undergone several restorations in its time.
Another attraction that serves both as sightseeing and as boozing is Brazen Head. Established in 1198 AD as a coach house, this is Dublin's oldest pub and well worth a visit during your hen weekend.
While it might not actually be a law or a sacred rule, you absolutely can not visit Dublin without visiting the Guinness Brewery. The birthplace of the most famous stout in the world, Dublin produces a cool 10-million pints of Guinness daily - so we're pretty sure they won't run out of any of the stuff while you're there. If you're not a huge Guinness fan, Dublin is also home to the Jameson Distillery.
With trains, planes and ferries, you'll never be too far out of the way to get to Dublin for your hen weekend. You'll find flights daily from London, however, some of the best deals can be found from Manchester, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster, Nottingham, Exeter, Inverness, Leeds, Newquay and Southampton.
Airlines that fly from the Uk to Dublin include British Airways, Flybe, Hainan, Ryanair, CityJet flights, Aer Lingus, Loganair and other airlines including KLM, Eurowings flights, Air France and Luxair.
Of course, if you're in Liverpool and enjoy a bit of scenery, you can't go past the ferry. Since the iconic packet steamer of the 1820s to the modern ferries of today, the ferry route between Liverpool and Dublin is one of the most historic in the world.
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