Rome Hen Weekends

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When in Rome for your hen weekend… enjoy luxurious nightlife, delicious food, amazing hen do activities as well as catching a glimpse of some of the world’s most famous sights to tick off your bucket list! Brand new to the hen weekend scene, escape the hen do stereotypes on your last weekend of freedom and head to beautiful Italy. With all the hen weekend favourites available like cocktail making, spas and dance classes as well as some local delights like Italian cooking classes, sexy chefs that strip, fabulous nightclubs and copious amounts of every girl’s best friend prosecco, you’re bound to find something the bride-to-be will love.

Rome 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 Rome

 
 

POPULATION

2.868 million 

LANGUAGE

Italian 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

26°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

8°C 

COST OF A WINE

€3.50

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Fiumicino Airport, Ciampino Airport

 
Climate in Rome
 
 

Climate in Rome

Rome is blessed with a Mediterranean climate, meaning mild springs and autumns instead of having to wrap up from September onwards like you do back home! Summers are hot and local custom dictates the best way to spend a summers day is sitting out in one of the hundreds of open air terrace cafes enjoying a couple of crisp glasses of chilled wine or bubbly! Winters are cool, but you won’t generally find snow on the ground, though there is a lot of rain so if you’re heading for a winter hen do, pack a brolly.

Find out about getting around Rome

Getting around Rome
 
 

Getting around Rome

Rome is easy to get around, and should you ever get momentarily lost – the locals will always be happy to point you in the right direction! If you plan on getting out the city and driving, you’ll be using the right hand side of the road and you’ll need change as you’ll encounter a lot of toll booths on the motorways around the city. In the city, we can get you around for most of your hen do activities with return activity transfers, but if you’ve got some downtime, the public transport system is really easy to use and loads of its marked up in English thanks to the constant flow of tourists on the bus, tram and metro. You can grab tickets from vending machines at train or tram stations, or from tobacco shops – a euro will get you a 75 minute journey which will be more than enough to get you where you’re going. For those hen night journeys back to the hotel in the early hours of the morning, Rome has uber, or plenty of local cabbies who will have the fares written on them in English so you can avoid any big fees.

What you need to know about nightlife in Rome

Nightlife in Rome
 
 

Nightlife in Rome

As is popular in most of Europe, the night starts late and ends early in Rome. Eating dinner before 8pm is pretty much unheard of, but once dinner time starts you’ll start seeing bars and cafes opening up ideal for bar crawling. The Flaminio district holds the art and culture that Rome is famed for, including live music from all corners of the world as well as street performers and dancers. If it’s clubbing you’re after, head South to the Testaccio district where you’ll find a club to suit every taste. Alternatively, if you’re not sure where to head, let one of our English speaking guides show you the best drinks spots in the city!

Learn about eating in Rome

Eating in Rome
 
 

Eating in Rome

One of the greatest cuisines on the planet – Italian food is a gift to us all… carb riddled, dairy stuffed goodness at every turn – lasagne, pizza and gnocchi to name just a mouth-watering few. For your appetizers you’ll traditionally find heavenly smelling fresh cooked breads like bruschetta with cold cuts of delicious cured meat and local cheese. For all you pizza lovers out there you’ll find every variation – though we’d recommend trying it with some fresh caught seafood… and if you can’t pick just one pizza al taglio means ‘served by the slice’, so you can mix and match to your hearts content. Pasta lovers will find a mouth-watering option at every restaurant – and we’d recommend going outside the usual stuff you can get back home and trying some of Rome’s classic pasta dishes like strozzapreti al lardo (pasta with cured lard and cave-aged cheese) or spaghetti alle vongole veraci (pasta with clams). It goes without saying really that you must save room for dessert in the home of Tiramisu, panna cotta and gelato. And if you’re all Italian-ed out, Rome has a huge variety of other cuisines available from your late night fast foods to upmarket Asian if that’s what your stomach desires… but as the saying goes –when in Rome!

Find out how to travel to Rome

Getting to Rome
 
 

Getting to Rome

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

Things to see in Rome

Things to see in Rome
 
 

Things to see in Rome

Colosseum: Built in roughly 70 – 80AD, the colosseum was used for everything from gladiator battles to plays to entertain the rulers at the time. Though it’s not quite as sturdy as when it was first built, it’s well worth ticking it off the bucket list on your hen weekend!
Pantheon: Also very old, around 125 AD, the Pantheon was a Roman Temple although it’s now a church and has been for some time... one of ancient Rome’s best preserved buildings and another one for the bucket list.
San Lorenzo: Out with the old and in with the new, San Lorenzo is Rome’s answer to Camden, and therefore the quirkiest neighbourhood in this stunning capital. Head here for everything hipster.

Find out about the climate in Rome

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