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Seville Hen Do

Great nightlife, fantastic hen party activities and top accommodation.
It's just some of the reasons you'll love a Seville hen do. Read on to discover more about Seville.
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Seville is a city steeped in rich traditions, beautiful surroundings and amazing, making is a great destination for a hen party.

The capital of Andalucia, Seville is also alive with friendly people, passion, colour, great hen parties and hedonistic nightlife.

Just because Seville doesn't have a beach, doesn't mean it's not a great hen weekend destination. The shores that the city lacks are more than compensated by a phenomenal city, amazing hen party activities, amazing food and a vibrant nightlife.

There's so much on offer to any group of girls on their weekend regardless of their budget or tastes. From adventure weekends to pampering, Seville has a range of hen party activities to suit everyone and this city is guaranteed not to disappoint during a hen weekend.  

Night and day, Seville is an exciting city that has plenty to offer. It doesn't matter how old you are, what you and the girls are in to or what your budget is, you'll have a great time in Seville during the hen do!

So, take advantage of the Spanish sun, fantastic nightlife and warm climate with a hen weekend in Seville. While Seville might not have the impressive beaches Spain is known for, it does have the Guadalquivir River, which is the ideal spot for a River Cruise, especially when there are 2 bottles of wine to enjoy. Seville is an incredibly beautiful and charming city that's bursting with incredible sights and architecture including the ornate Alcázar castle, the 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza bullring and the Gothic Seville Cathedral, which holds Christopher Columbus’s tomb.

While sightseeing might not be high on the agenda when it comes to a hen weekend in Seville, this River Cruise allows you to enjoy relaxing, drinking, celebrating and sightseeing all in one. Forget about 'the best of both worlds', this is the best of everything!

Given you are in Seville and it's famed for many things including Flamenco, have a few laughs with the girls and try your hands, and feet, at Flamenco Dancing during your hen weekend.

Located at a venue in the heart of the city, your Flamenco dance instructor will put you through your paces and have you dancing like a true Spanish senorita in no time!

Another top activity when it comes to a hen weekend in Seville is Horse Riding. It's the perfect way to see the picturesque Andalucian countryside on your hen weekend in Seville...

Great weather, great atmosphere and some seriously great nights will be enjoyed during a hen weekend in Seville. This city's nightlife is not to be underestimated, it can be absolutely non-stop and a haven for seasoned and dedicated party-goers.

If you and the girls like to party and dance, you'll be in the right place with a hen weekend in Seville.

With a never-ending party mantra, Seville parties from dusk to dawn with most clubs only opening their doors around 2 am. The majority of people head to, or are already inside, the club around 4 am and dance until dawn when clubs generally close around 6 or 7 o'clock.

The biggest nightclubs can be found dotted along the riverfront, but there are a few areas that will keep for your attention including the nearby district of the Alfalfa.

You'd be mistaken if you thought Alfalfa was nothing more than one of the most historic parts of Seville because this is also a hotspot for university-goers looking for a party. Hoards of international students flock to Calle Perez Galdos and the streets off Plaza Alfalfa, while the area is geared towards students, it's also where you'll find some of the cheapest drinks and best deals in the city. And everyone loves a bargain! 

If you want to enjoy a laid-back environment before hitting up the big clubs, head to Paseo de Cristóbal Colón down by the river. Once you are ready to party until dawn, head to Uthopia in Plaza de la Legión. This is a mammoth multi-level club that has different music on each level. Just be sure you sort your club entry out with Maximise because the lines are almost as big as the club on Saturday night!

When it does come to partying along the river, during the summer month you'll find party revellers head to the amazing terrace bars and open-air clubs that are dotted along the riverfront, past Torre del Oro and to Paseo de las Delicias.

If a little walk doesn't stand in your way of a good drink and 'doing as the locals do appeals to your and the girls', head across the bridge to Calle Betis, it's a popular spot to go bar-hopping in the Triana neighbourhood. It's also where you'll find plenty of Flamenco dancing! 

Along with Seville Airport, there is Jerez Airport, located northeast of Jerez de la Frontera, 47 miles from Seville's city centre and Malaga airport - Costa del Sol, which is about 92 miles away.

You'll find direct flights to Seville from Birmingham, Edinburgh, London airports and Manchester. According to Just The Flight, budget-conscious flyers will find the best bargains to Seville depart on a Sunday.

Regardless of what airport you fly into, Maximise recommends organising Return Aiport Transfers to get you from the airport to your stag party accommodation in Seville's city centre. We will also take you back to the airport when your stag weekend comes to an end.

As for sightseeing in this beautiful city for your hen weekend, your eyes will be in overdrive!

Everywhere you turn, Seville oozes charm, beauty, history and amazing-picturesque monuments and attractions. The Catedral de Sevilla, Plaza de España, Torre del Oro, La Giralda and strolls through Santa Cruz are well worth seeing during your hen weekend in Seville. 

You are also in the birthplace of bullfighting! So, if you can handle the sight of bulls running after men, then watch this insane sport during your hen weekend...

Whether you are a history buff or not, if you are interested in the Spanish tradition of bullfighting or just want to see this crazy tradition live, don't miss the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza during your hen weekend. The oldest bullring in Spain, the 14,000-seat arena dates back to 1758, and bullfights are still held there on Sundays from spring to Autumn. 

My Seville Hen Weekend

Budget £250
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