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I've been really happy with hen heaven booking & helping with the organising of my Sister's hen to Amsterdam, Jamie Walsh has been very helpful & informative throughout the whole process & efficient with everything, I would definitely recommend! Caroline Jackson
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Amsterdam isn't all bicycles, art galleries, canals and coffee shops. Find out why this provocative city is seductive in its novel, magnetic appeal.
The city of red lights, hedonistic nights and chilled out days – Amsterdam’s where we send hens who want to get away from it, relax, and then when the sun sets party like there’s no tomorrow! From the canals to the bike lanes, it’s a city packed with culture and an endless amount of things for hens to see, do and experience.
Just an hour's flight from the UK is Amsterdam, a tailor-made destination for a hen weekend to remember. An Amsterdam hen do is packing a lot more than coffee shops, bicycles and canals. This is a city you can really get lost in... y'know spiritually and that. A smaller city to negotiate on foot than most imagine, Amsterdam's sights, smells and sounds mark it out as a unique and colourful hen party location.
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If there’s one thing synonymous with Amsterdam it’s the Red Light District. If there’s two things synonymous with Amsterdam it’s the Red Light District and ‘café culture’. But if there’s three things synonymous with Amsterdam it’s the Red Light District and ‘café culture’ and bikes. There’s an estimated 800,000 bikes in Amsterdam, and the city is designed with this in mind. From special bike lanes to routes entirely for cyclists, Amsterdam is about as cycle as you can get in a European city. And it’s also a great way to see the city and take in the views. One tip we would give is avoid taking any brownies before you go for a ride.
Another benefit of the canals is how easy they make it to get around the city centre. This is the Amsterdam that most people see. Six circles of the canals contain most of the major tourist destinations, and it’s a safe bet that if you haven’t crossed a canal in a while you might accidentally have wandered in the wrong direction.
If you want to get your hen party headed in the right direction there really is something for everyone. There’s museums aplenty from the Rembrant or Van Gogh Museum for the real arty types through to museums about porn, sex and cannabis. So whichever suits your style!
It’s worth mentioning that these museums do get very busy in the summer months, so if the sun’s out you may be better off heading to one of Amsterdam’s many parks. Each district has at least one, such as Vondelpark in the south. Notable for its friendly atmosphere and the plethora of nearby bars it’s perfect for soaking up some rays.
Whether you’re all about café culture, or you’re a tried and tested party animal Amsterdam’s got the nightlife for you. From quirky venues like the former church Paradiso to a whole range of mega-venues catering to all music tastes.
The canals of Amsterdam are obviously famous across the world, and a tour of these amazing waterways is a must do for a weekend in the city.