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Shortcake and tartan heritage aside, Glasgow is the real Scotland. Don't expect anything less than real partying, real humour and a really good time on your hen party in one of the best up-and-coming hen weekend destination to grace the British Isles.

Fast-paced, dry-humoured and a hen nightlife that's on steroids, Glasgow is a city with personality and plenty of punch. Sometimes overlooked as a top hen party destinations, in recent years Glasgow has started to overtake Edinburgh for hen party ranks. Being a modern thriving metropolis with plenty on offer for hen parties, it's not hard to see why.
 From the impressive architecture to the west end boutiques, chic cafes, bars and live music venues we think there's enough here to keep the most hardened partygoer happy!

Our hen party activities will keep you entertained with something for everybody, the shops, museums, gardens and hen activities are sure to keep you busy by day. By night the Glaswegians really know how to party so you're guaranteed some sizzling hen party nightlife, whatever you're into. A hen weekend away in Glasgow is a must, although we warn,  once you've partied here you won't want to leave!

Glasgow Hen Party 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 a minimum of one activity or nightlife option.
 

Interesting facts about Glasgow

 
 

POPULATION

577,670 

LANGUAGE

English, Glaswegian 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

18C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

5C 

COST OF A WINE

£3.60

 
Getting around Glasgow
 
 

Getting around Glasgow

Glasgow is easy to explore and everything is within reach by either foot or by bus on your hen party. Glasgow has more trains, bus routes and taxis than any other city outside London so you and the girls are guaranteed to never find yourselves stranded or without a mode of transport. 

The buses in Glasgow run 24-hours a day and have a comprehensive network so you can get to where you want at any time of the day or night.

For places, a little outside the city centre, hop on a train from Queen Street Station and see a little more of Scotland. Glasgow also has a metro system of underground trains that connect all four corners of the city together and can transport you quickly, efficiently and cheaply from one area to another.

Taxis are available throughout the city both day and night and can be hailed in the street. Driving in Glasgow is relatively easy but as with any major city the roads can get very congested during peak times and parking can sometimes be sparse and expensive.

What you need to know about nightlife in Glasgow

Nightlife in Glasgow
 
 

Nightlife in Glasgow

Glasgow has an eclectic nightlife scene with swanky cocktail bars right next to traditional wood-panelled pubs. Whatever you're looking for on your hen party, Glasgow is sure to have it al. From laid-back bars to buzzing super clubs playing all the latest floor fillers, your nightlife is sorted in Glasgow. Sauchiehall Street, Bath Street and The Royal Exchange Square are where you will find all the best drinking venues such as Kushion Bar and Nightclub, Mosquito and Bunker.

The Merchant city is also considered a top hen party destination and has a more exclusive feel to it. During the summer months, the party moves outside with may bars and pubs having large gardens and terraces so you can enjoy a drink with the girls in the great outdoors.

Learn about eating in Glasgow

Eating in Glasgow
 
 

Eating in Glasgow

Glasgow has loads to offer any group of girls on their hen party in this lively Scottish city. The Scots are a proud bunch and are very patriotic, which is why you’ll find lots of traditional restaurants serving all things Scottish. Curry houses are also big in Glasgow, the locals love nothing more than a bit of spice before a big night out and you will find some cracking places all over the city.

If neither of these options tickles your fancy, have no fear because Glasgow has more to it than just haggis and korma. Glasgow is becoming an increasingly cosmopolitan destination and as a result has strong culinary diversity, from Sushi to Moroccan and everything else in between. Glasgow also has the obligatory array of fast food outlets serving throughout the night to cure those after club munchies. With over 500 places to eat in this Buzzing city, you’ll be spoilt for choice on your hen weekend in Glasgow. 

Find out how to travel to Glasgow

Getting to Glasgow
 
 

Getting to Glasgow

By Air: Check out our flights' page for more information on getting to Glasgow by air.

By Train: Glasgow has two large train stations located in the city centre: Glasgow Central and Queen Street Station. Both stations have trains arriving from all across the UK including London, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Reading and Southampton.

By Road: Glasgow is within a relatively easy reach from all areas of the UK. From the south the best route is the M6 and the M74, from the east the M8 and from the north the M80.

Things to see in Glasgow

Things to see in Glasgow
 
 

Things to see in Glasgow

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: Is Scotland's most visited free attraction. With 22 state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 artefacts, the collections are extensive and internationally significant.

Merchant City: Now a vibrant historic cafe quarter and designer-shopping mecca. Highlights of this area, which date back to medieval times, include the grand neo-classical halls and Georgian townhouses built for Glasgow's rich tobacco barons and shipping merchants.

The Medieval Glasgow Cathedral: Has been in constant use for over 800 years and is of great architectural and historic significance. Highlights include one of the finest post-war collections of stained glass windows in Britain and the ceiling in the Blackadder Aisle, which was built around 1500 by Archbishop Blackadder.

Shopping: Glasgow was named the best place to shop outside of London's west end in 2008 and is expected to hold that title until at least 2019

Find out about getting around Glasgow

Reviews

22 September

5 Star Rating
Great location. Brilliant night life plenty of clubs to choose from.

13 January

4.5 Star Rating
Glasgow was freezing!! but absolutely brilliant nonetheless. The hotel was in a fantastic location - close enough to all the bars, but not too close you couldn't get any sleep. Massive thanks to Zoey for all her help!

25 September

5 Star Rating
Great city, full of lovely people. It was great coming from Edinburgh to experience another Scottish city's offerings. I have only ever been to Glasgow twice before, years ago and during the day so it was lovely to see a different side. Thanks for all your help!

10 September

5 Star Rating
Loved it!

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