Edinburgh Hen Weekends

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Famed for Hogmanay and its Fringe festival, Edinburgh is a city that knows how to put on a party... hen weekends in Edinburgh are a firm favourite. They're vibrant and exciting served with warm Scottish hospitality, making Edinburgh one of the most beautiful cities in the UK and although there is a fantastic contrast of new & old, Edinburgh hasn't lost any of its charm. The castle lights up the city by night and provides a perfect backdrop for the many bars & clubs there are to visit. With The Royal Mile & Princes Street providing all-important shopping, there's no way you'll run out of things to do during the day! A Hen Do in Edinburgh is an excellent choice for any hen party, with great activities and nightlife  you can indulge, pamper, or just simply go with the flow!

Edinburgh Special Offers
Half price hen on a group of 15 or more
Hen goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights’ accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option
 

Interesting facts about Edinburgh

 
 

POPULATION

486,000 

LANGUAGE

English, Scottish 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

17C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

3C 

COST OF A WINE

£4.50

 
Getting around Edinburgh
 
 

Getting around Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a compact city, making it easy to navigate on foot. The city has its historic Old Town and its rejuvenated New Town separated by an enjoyable 15-minute walk along the famous Princes Street past the imperious Castle that overlooks this fabulous city. Edinburgh has a good public transport system and is well served by bus and taxis. So Grassmarket, the Royal Mile and the new town areas are just a brisk walk or a bus ride apart. Edinburgh has just opened its new tram system in 2014, which provides great links across the city. The tram runs all the way through Edinburgh and even goes to the airport and the biggest train station. The reasonable fares mean this is a great choice if you're looking for a short journey. Taxis are also available for getting around while on your hen weekend in Edinburgh with reasonable fares. We are happy to provide good reliable taxi numbers to all groups who book their weekend with Maximise.

What you need to know about nightlife in Edinburgh

Nightlife in Edinburgh
 
 

Nightlife in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is famous for its lively and vibrant nightlife with friendly locals that make it an enjoyable hen party. Edinburgh's bars are spread across some popular areas so check out the famous Grassmarket and Old Town areas. Rose Street, running parallel to Princes Street, has a number of pubs and restaurants serving a range of drinks, cocktails and great food. The modern themed bars and clubs are found in Cowgate as well as the new Omni Centre which is home to all the well known bar and restaurant chains. In the Old Town, the George IV Bridge is a popular haunt boasting some of the top clubs in town. We can give you some great advice on the best bars and clubs in town and can even provide some excellent hen night bar crawl offers and nightlife options if you have booked your Edinburgh hen weekend with Maximise.

Learn about eating in Edinburgh

Eating in Edinburgh
 
 

Eating in Edinburgh

It goes without saying that in a city as popular and renowned for it's nightlife, the restaurants for a hen party in Edinburgh are second to none and cater for a wide variety tastes, prices and styles. A cosmopolitan city with half a million people living here, every different cuisine is available including traditional Scottish dishes, as well as Italian, Mexican, Thai, Chinese, Indian as well as many popular well known UK chains. The choice is yours. We know Edinburgh well and can provide inclusive set meals or just advise groups who book their hen do with Maximise on the best restaurants to book for your size group.

Find out how to travel to Edinburgh

Getting to Edinburgh
 
 

Getting to Edinburgh

By Air: Check out our flights page for more information on getting to Glasgow by air.
By Train: Edinburgh's main Train Station is Waverley Station and it is just over a mile to the east of the city centre. Taxis will be the best way of getting to your hotel. Buses also run regularly from the station to City Centre.
By Road: Edinburgh can be reached by the M8 from the west, the M9 from Stirling and the north-west, A90/M90 from Perth and northern Scotland, the A1 from Newcastle and north-east England and M74/A702 from Carlisle and the north-west of England.

Things to see in Edinburgh

Things to see in Edinburgh
 
 

Things to see in Edinburgh

Edinburgh Castle: Situated high on a hill overlooking the city for over a thousand years, Edinburgh Castle provides a stunning backdrop for this fantastic city and well worth a visit.
Festivals: From the festival that spawned them all, the world-famous four-week-long Edinburgh International Festival to the Fringe, Military, Jazz, Film, Book and Television festivals, there is a festival for every group to attend.
Hogmanay: The winter festive season is huge with concerts and other activities starting a few before Christmas. This really is one of the biggest celebrations anywhere in Europe! But beware, Edinburgh accommodation is at a premium at this time and is in very high demand.
Arthur’s Seat: Climb to the top of this extinct volcano for some great views of the city. At only 251m high the climb isn't too strenuous and we're sure it's extinct!

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Reviews

20 May

5 Star Rating
Perfect! Thanks for all the help Stacey x

18 March

5 Star Rating
Beautiful city. We loved every second!

26 November

5 Star Rating
perfect!

01 October

5 Star Rating
Just got back from a fabulous weekend. Couldn't recommend Edinburgh enough!

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