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Madrid Hen Do

A Madrid hen do is full of great nightlife, shopping and unbeatable culture that only the capital of Spain could provide.

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From dusk 'til dawn, there is always something to see or do during a Madrid hen weekend. From tantalising bites to breathtaking sights, the Spanish capital has everything you could dream of for a sunny hen weekend in Spain.

Chic and glamorous, Madrid has been hosting some of the coolest hen parties for years now. While it's the capital of the most popular hen party country in Europe, Madrid has retained its small-town charm with its rich culture, incredible local cuisine and an outdoor dining scene we could only dream of in our rainy country.

In the heart of Madrid is Plaza Mayor, it's the city's main hotspot brimming with top restaurants, tapas bars, cosy cafes, buzzing shops during the day and raging clubs at night.

Colourful-grand sights, elegant boulevards, museums, art and a city steeped in history and culture all await you in Madrid. When you are not enjoying these wonders there are a number of incredible hen party activities to enjoy including flamenco dance classes, tapas or paella cooking classes, horse riding or something really 'strenuous' like a relaxing spa day.

In the evening on your Madrid hen do, enjoy rooftop bars, guided bar crawls, scrumptious food and plenty of hunky strippers on the side if you should so desire.

Whatever you and the girls are after, Madrid will provide you with something special and memorable while being easy on the purse strings.

Whether you are after something cultural, arty, fun or adrenaline-pumping, there will be no shortage of activities for you to enjoy during a hen weekend in Madrid.

A great way to kick off a Madrid hen weekend is with a fun class that gets everyone involved and in good spirits. Pole dancing is always a popular choice, as in nude-life drawing, belly dancing or a burlesque class. For some Spanish flare, there is also a fabulous Flamenco dance class to enjoy in Madrid.

Wine tasting always goes down a treat as does a tapas lunch or a 3-course meal at a Terrace Restaurant. However, if you want to pick up some cooking skills during your Madrid hen do, you can don a chef hat and get creating with a Paella or Tapas cooking class.

Either way, you can work off lunch and please your inner shopaholic with an afternoon shopping trip, the perfect chance to pick up something new to wear that night.

Other top Madrid hen do activities include cocktail making, hummer limo tours, cheeky butlers, segway tours, escape rooms and delicious dinners. 

Nights that start late and end well after the sun has come back up. From rooftop bars, live music venues to cocktail bars and massive clubs—Madrid's nightlife is unparalleled and will throw you a night like no other!

When it comes to top spots, whether it's a restaurant for dinner, some casual drinks at the bar or hitting up the clubs, you're going to want to focus your attention on Literary Quarter, Castellana, Plaza Mayor, Lavapiés, Malasaña, Gran Via and Puerto del Sol. These are your top nightlife areas and where streets are lined with bars, clubs and restaurants.

If you can kick it with the kids, head to Princesa. The area caters to the college crowd, the drinks are cheap and the nightlife caters to suit all tastes.

To sample the best nightlife Madrid has on offer, embark on one of our guided Bar Crawls or Club Packages on the first night of your Madrid hen weekend. You'll hit up some of the best bars and clubs while avoiding tourist traps and getting a feel for the city. Maximise can also sort you out with a VIP Table and plenty of drinks to fuel your hen party celebrations.

Other great options for your nightlife in Madrid include a party bus with a stripper, a Salsa Club and taking to the streets in a stretch hummer.

When it comes to a Madrid hen do, Maximise always recommends taking affordable and hassle-free Airport Transfers to get to your hen party accommodation.

While Madrid is sizzling in summer, if the weather is cold or you just love chocolate, you can't go past trying some delicious-traditional churros. Especially at Chocolatería San Ginés. Located just off the Puerta del Sol, Chocolatería San Ginés has been serving their churros since the 19th century.

Madrid is a city so full of life, culture, history and attractions that it will be impossible to see all the sights in just one hen weekend. And, while we are all for heading back on another hen do in the future if you do want to get a culture fix and get in some sightseeing, Maximise recommends a bike or segway tour to enjoy some of the best and most renown sights in the city. 

When is the best time to go to Madrid for a Hen Do?
If you are looking to beat the crowds, but still enjoy great weather, the best time to visit Madrid for a hen do is in the Autumn months (September to November) or in Spring (March to May). The summer months are peak season and when prices are also at their peak. Year-round you can enjoy seriously amazing food and drinks, vibrant nightlife, world-class shopping and some of the best rooftop bars in the country. And, the best thing about a Madrid hen do, is everything is affordable. To enjoy balmy temps, festivals and a festive mood throughout the city, Spring will be the best time to head to Madrid for a hen weekend. Considered one of the best times of the year, the city comes alive with flowers, concerts and festivities. Some of the key events include Semana Santa in March, the Madrid Marathon in April, Dos de Mayo and Fiesta de San Isidro in May, as well as Feria del Libro between May and June.
Where to stay in Madrid for a Hen Weekend?
Madrid is a very vibrant city that is rich in history, culture, stunning architecture and charm. The Spanish metropolis is also buzzing with exciting restaurants and some of the best nightlife in Europe, making it the ideal city for a hen do. With more than 100 diverse neighbourhoods, each offering different character and perks, there is no 'best' area to stay in Madrid. However, where you want to stay will depend on you're interests and budgets. Regardless of that, more than 6 million people travel to Madrid each year and there is an area to suit everyone. For the shopaholics among us, Salamanca will be a great neighbourhood to stay in during your hen do in Madrid. Unlike the city centre, Salamanca is not overrun by tourists and you'll see locals going about their day. From international fashion brands and high-end shops to more affordable boutiques, the streets are laden with shops and this is a shopper's paradise. From shopaholics to foodaholics. If you and the girls prefer delicious food over designer shops, La Latina is the perfect place for your hen party. The perfect mix of traditional meets modern, there is no better place to enjoy authentic Tapas than the neighbourhood of La Latina. If you want to be within walking distance of Madrid's best nightlife, Malasaña is where you'll want to stay during your hen do. Located in the heart of Madrid, Malasaña is considered the best area to stay in for bar crawls and clubbing until dawn. Just off from the tourist hot spots, while still being in the heart of the city, La Latina is another great neighbourhood to stay in. The area is buzzing with tourists and locals alike enjoying sun-filled plazas, traditional bars and restaurants. Come night, La Latina is where you go to get the party started early. Bars and clubs in Madrid don't open until 11 pm and are rarely busy before 1 am, but La Latina is where you go to party before the party starts. Other areas to stay in Madrid include Chueca, the vibrant gay district in Madrid, and the area between Puerta del Sol and Gran Vía—which draws in the most visitors and is considered the true centre of the city.
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