Budapest Hen Do Ideas
Budapest is a fascinatingly beautiful city in a natural setting full of gorgeous architecture, mouth-watering restaurants, outdoor thermal spas and amazing nightclubs.
There will be plenty of ways you could fill your Budapest hen weekend. This city is beautiful by day and cutting edge by night thanks to its ‘ruin bars’ which are converted abandoned buildings.
There are tonnes of Budapest hen do ideas to consider in this city from museums (most visited museum is the museum of fine art) and shops to restaurants and markets. You’ll be guaranteed a jam packed Budapest hen weekend.
Budapest is a unique place to visit for a hen party but is fast-growing in popularity amongst hen groups. With the ancient ruin bars and beautiful sights to see, a Budapest hen weekend is great for something a bit different. Split into two bigger sections, it’s easy to fall in love with the city and want to go back to Budapest once you’re married!
As one of Hungary’s largest cities, it is made up of two main parts; cosmopolitan Pest on the East of the Danube river where no doubt you’ll be for most of your weekend as this is where you’ll find the shops, markets, restaurants and nightlife and historic Buda on west which is much hillier and picturesque.
- Country: Hungary
- Language: Hungarian
- Currency: Hungarian Forint
- Cost of mixer: €3.50-€5
- Airport: Budapest Airport (sort a party bus airport transfer with us!)
- Flight duration: 3 hours
Food & Drink
When in Budapest you have to venture out of your comfort zone and try some of Hungary’s delicious cuisine. Their local dishes still to this day continue to be a part of a proud cultural heritage.
Some of the main things to try are dishes such as Goulash, this dish is the National Dish of Hungary and is a meat stew with vegetables and noodles. You could also try Langos, this is a Hungarian speciality of flat bread that’s topped with mashed potatoes, sour cream yogurt, grated cheese and ham or sausages. If you want to try a bunch of the tasty cuisine all in one experience, the traditional Hungarian dinner is your best bet.
In your Budapest hen do we are sure you will find the Great Market Hall where hundreds of stalls cook traditional handmade Hungarian foods.
This market offers fresh vegetables, meats, fruit and fish. This is the best way for you and your hens to experience the Hungarian culture and taste their cuisine.
Boogie in Budapest Bars
What hen party ideas in Budapest is complete without a night out. And luckily for you, this city isn’t famous for nothing, Budapest loves good food and good alcohol and so do we which is why we love Budapest!
For a fabulous night we would certainly recommend Instant Bar, this bar is known as Budapest’s most unique “ruin pub” and has been transformed from an abandoned residential building into a retro pub which offer a unique atmosphere.
Instant Bar offers 8 bars, 4 dance floors and a garden. It’s said to offer guests a Alice in Wonderland-like experience (How amazing?!).
If living in your favourite Disney movie isn’t up your street this sure will be. Party in style on the Danube with the River Disco Cruise! You’ll definitely have a memorable night on a journey through the Danube’s idyllic landscapes.
After the disco cruise you’re bound to want a wonder round the pubs and clubs. There’s no need to worry about the time as nearly all the clubs and bars stay open to the early hours of the morning so there’s plenty of time to have a laugh and dance the night away.
Why a Budapest Hen Do?
Budapest is by far the most popular city in Hungary as a leading global city with strengths in commerce, media, fashion, finance, art and entertainment.
Budapest is cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its romantic streets and alleyways running throughout the whole city. You’ll have no problem getting perfectly gorgeous pictures and selfies with this city in the background! And if you're looking for a unique experience in the centre, you have to try the relaxing thermal baths of Budapest.
This wonderful city has three islands in the centre of Danube that locals have re-names the ‘diamonds of Budapest’ and for good reason. There are two main islands, Margaret Island and Hajogyari. Margret Island is more of a relaxed island providing music festivals and open air theatres to escape the hustle and bustle of Budapest city.
Budapest is known for its world class festivals, theatres, museums, concert halls and sporting events. Hajogyari Island is going to suit you girlsmore as it is the biggest of the three and is known for its nightlife.