Top five budget-friendly hen do cities
20 May 2016
There's no need to tighten the purse strings with these five budget-friendly locations from Last Night of Freedom
Your hen party is a once in a lifetime opportunity to blow off some steam with your best friends - but it doesn’t have to cost the earth, ladies. So, to ensure you have plenty of cash left in the kitty for those all-important cocktails – here are Last Night of Freedom's most budget-friendly hen do destinations from across the globe.
With a thousand years of charm behind it, Prague is a stunning place to celebrate. The historical city is jam-packed with famous landmarks and bustling, boozy clubs – and, will stretch your hen party kitty further than you may have originally thought. A glass of wine in a bar or café will set you back just 53czk (£1.50) and a delicious three course meal with a bottle of house wine can cost as little as 709czk (£21). But, that’s not all - you can get a ticket for the bus, tram or subway for just 32czk (£1) for 90 minutes, and 24czk (72 pence) for 60 minutes. Bargain.
With a massive reputation preceding it, Benidorm is Spain’s answer to Blackpool – a cheap and cheerful hen do paradise. Boasting everything from sun kissed beaches, to the rippling torsos of super fit señors, to neon-lit bars and clubs – it’s the place to party. An average glass of wine will cost you around €1 - €2 (the equivalent of just £1.00 - £1.60) and one of our fabulous hen party packages can cost as little as £79 per person. This is our sort of place.
The mighty Blackpool doesn’t try to be anything it’s not – it’s a happy go lucky paradise for hen dos, and the UK’s cheapest hot spot by far. Hen party packages here start at a mere £125 per person – meaning you’ll have plenty of money left in the hen party kitty for those fabulous celebratory drinks. Speaking of which - a standard glass of wine will cost you just £2.50, and a beer just £2.30. And, with a beach dedicated to pleasure, it’d be rude not to.
Not only is the Hungarian capital a heady mix of famous landmarks, bustling bars and fabulous clubs - Budapest is officially the cheapest destination for alcohol in the whole of Europe. Your standard glass of wine will cost approximately 30czk (91p) and an exotic cocktail with a seriously high percentage, only 124czk (that’s £3.70 to us) - sipping lethal beverages until the wee hours of the morning has never sounded more appealing.
5. Sunny Beach
The party capital of Bulgaria, Sunny Beach will steal your heart as soon as you land. It’s full of life 24/7, and boasts a seriously buzzing nightlife scene as the sun sets. A huge range of bars and clubs line the strip, tempting you in with super cheap drinks offers. A glass of wine can cost as little as 4.75 lev (just £1.70) and a bottle of beer is an amazing 1.47 lev (only 60p). And, it’s not just the drinks that will be kind to your purse - with unrivalled hen weekend packages from just £93 per person – Sunny Beach is a hen do haven. You heard it here first.