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Paris doesn't really need an introduction. The capital of fashion, elegance, love and now hen parties too, has long been a top tourist destination.

While romantic city breaks with the hubby-to-be might spring to mind, this chic party city can rival the best of them for a hen party abroad. 

Famed for the Eiffel Tower, the Moulin Rouge, Disneyland and now incredible hen parties you can forget about romantic holiday element and take the girls there for a wild weekend of shopping, clubbing, partying and whatever else you want on your hen party.

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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 Paris

 
 

POPULATION

2.24 million 

LANGUAGE

French 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

20°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

5°C 

COST OF A WINE

€4.50

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Paris Charles de Gaulle

 
Climate in Paris
 
 

Climate in Paris

Much like England but with less need to carry a brolly around 24/7, Paris is blessed with mild seasons. Winter will rarely see much snowfall, though when it does it’s beautiful.

Autumn and spring will see showers and glorious sunny days rolling into the summer months where you can expect a few scorchers mixed in with some lovely t-shirt weather, all the better to enjoy the thousands of open terrace bars and restaurants that line the streets of this stunning city. In the summer you can expect to see the sun set around 10pm so you have plenty of daylight for your hen weekend in Paris.

Find out about getting around Paris

Getting around Paris
 
 

Getting around Paris

Although some areas are perfect for bar hopping, as a capital city, Paris might be a little too big to get around on solely by foot. With all our hen party activities, if it’s too far to walk we can include a transfer with a driver to get you from A to B hassle-free.

Alternatively, the Paris metro is incredibly easy to use and only costs just under two euros for a return trip in the city. For getting home on your hen night after a few too many cocktails, you’ll find plenty of taxis, as well as Ubers, around the city who are generally reasonably priced and readily available. There is also an extensive bus network that runs day and night so you'll never find yourself stranded on your hen weekend in Paris.

What you need to know about nightlife in Paris

Nightlife in Paris
 
 

Nightlife in Paris

Much like other capitals, Paris is a Queen of all-nighters. Its nightlife scenes are as varied and eclectic as London’s and while the price tag can often match our own capitals, it won’t break the bank too badly!

Paris is blessed with several different nightlife districts to suit whatever your hen party mood is. F for young, busy and lively hipster hangouts head to Oberkampf, for your friendly local drag queen as well as a whole host of fabulously fun LGBT crowds head to Marais, a little trashy but raucous fun Montmarte and Pigalle offer the Moulin Rouge as well as plenty of other risqué establishments. 

Learn about eating in Paris

Eating in Paris
 
 

Eating in Paris

France is famed for its wine and food, and as you’d expect the capital is no different. You could write a book on all the wonderful places to grab a bite to eat in Paris, there are thousands of places on offer from Michelin-starred restaurants to traditional cheap eats.

Make sure to stop off at one of the thousands of traditional French bakeries serving delicious fresh made bread and pastries, or one of the many chocolatiers or artisan cheese shops. For delicious, and not too adventurous typical French dishes, try Coq au Vin (braised chicken in broth), Confit De Canard (slow-cooked duck), the veggie’s favourite Ratatouille or the mouth-wateringly good chocolate soufflé.

For the brave and steel stomached, Escargot, or as we know them by, snails, are supposedly similar in texture to clams or oysters and usually served as a starter with herbs and butter. Alternatively, if you're not tempted by the French delicacies there’s plenty of other cuisines on offer as well. As Paris is a capital city you can find everything from Asian, Indian, Mexican, Italian and Japanese to American and even African on the menu. 

Of course, there's also a hoard of fast food chains for the after club munchies.

Find out how to travel to Paris

Getting to Paris
 
 

Getting to Paris

Please see our travel page for more information about getting to Paris.

Things to see in Paris

Things to see in Paris
 
 

Things to see in Paris

Eiffel Tower: Whether you’re brave enough to go up it or not, it’s well worth going to see Paris’ most famous monument on your hen party and get a couple of selfies in front of it!

Disneyland Paris: Despite all the worldwide famous sights of Paris like the Notre Dame, Arch De Triumph and even the Eiffel Tower, Paris’ most visited attraction remains Mickey Mouse’s home – perfect for the hen who’s young at heart, you can grab a train direct from the city to the gates of Disneyland!

Avenue Montaigne: Shop til you drop on the most luxurious shopping district of Paris! You’ll find all the designer labels France is famed for along this street including Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci. Not cheap, but well worth a window shop!

Moulin Rouge: Unfortunately you won’t find Ewan McGregor here, but you will find the famous red windmill, can-can dancers and many other spectacular cabaret performers!

Montmartre: This hill in Paris's 18th arrondissement is where you will find Sacre-Coeur, Rue de Steinkerque and Place du Tertre Montmartre, which acts as a massive open-air gallery for hundreds of colourful artist.

Find out about the climate in Paris

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