Krakow Hen Do Ideas

Krakow Hen Do Ideas

Cracking Krakow Hen Party

Put your zloty where your mouth is and enjoy an unbeatable Krakow hen do in the hugely popular Polish city.

Cracking Krakow Hen Party

This breath taking city offers style, atmosphere and a bloody good night out to complete your last night of freedom like no other. If you’re looking for killer scenery to soak up in the day for your Krakow hen party, Old Town boasts the beautiful Wawel Castle for you to explore and capture some stunning pictures.

As hen weekends abroad go, this one is definite must and can easily be enjoyed for hens on a budget. While you’re over there, make sure you check out the chic nightlife with a huge choice of venues to tickle your fancy – we suggest jumping on Alchemia for delicious cocktails or the House of Beer if you’re into magnificent drafts. If you need any other reason to get on the band wagon and have an unreal Krakow hen do, give us a call or have a flick through our popular activities below.

  • Country: Poland
  • Language: Polish
  • Currency: Zloty
  • Cost of vodka & mixer: 2-4 Zloty
  • Airport: John Paul II International Airport
  • Flight duration: 2 hrs 40mins

Meals & Mixers

Meals & Mixers

It’s been said that Krakow boasts more cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs per square metre than any other city in the whole world. Whether you believe that or not, what we do know is it is almost impossible to walk more than 50 metres without finding another restaurant or pub! Krakow is of course cold in autumn/winter and the local delicacies are created to keep you warm meaning carb central, calorie overload and mouth wateringly good. The best type of food for hangovers are we right ladies?

Local delicacies are easy to come by in this city. One of the traditional dishes you must try whilst in Krakow is Bigos this is traditionally a winter dish and is a hearty stew which is made in large batches from cabbage, leftover meat, onion, garlic, mushroom and garlic. But, if you’re feeling like dressing up a nice evening of fine dining then you’re sorted, Krakow doesn’t do fine dining half hearted. One place to try is Wierzynek this restaurant rumours to of served numerous of celebrities over the years and what girl doesn’t want to act the celeb for one night of their hen weekend?

Krakow Nightlife

Krakow Nightlife

Don’t even worry about letting loose and acting young again as Krakow is home to the country’s largest student population so you’ll fit right in. If you want to go clubbing Krakow has you sorted. There are more than 400 clubs, pubs and bars located in the Old Town. The best thing to do is explore the labyrinth of cobble stoned alleys and courtyards within the old town, this is where you will find the hidden gems of the city. You’ll be guaranteed a good night. If attempting a city scale maze for pubs and clubs isn’t your thing and you’d rather stick to the beaten track then one place you have to try is Baccarat, it is a very popular venue and is known for being one of Krakow’s more stylish clubs.

With Krakow having the highest density of bars in the world, hundreds of bars can be found in courtyards and cellars from Kazimierz right through to the old town! One thing we know would entice any stags to visit this city is that there isn’t really any opening or closing times! If the people are drinking, then the barman is pouring and that’s exactly what we like to hear.

Krakow Hen Weekends

Krakow Hen Weekends

Krakow is the oldest and largest cities in Poland, no wonder it’s the country’s biggest tourist draw with one of the highest densities of bars and clubs than anywhere else in the world! With 18 unique and unusual districts offering various different atmospheres to suit everyone with amazingly stunning architecture and booming night clubs. Krakow is perfect to make your hen weekend a special one with cheap prices, high-end restaurants and gorgeous hotels overlooking the stunning market square – the centre to this amazing city.

Krakow is super warm in the summer with plenty of sun and loads of green space in contrast to the winter. Winters in Krakow is extremely harsh so you’ll need to wrap up warm but don’t worry the city looks picturesque with a layer of pretty snow over it which helps you forget about the fact you can’t feel your toes as much.