England’s capital and one of the world’s top tourist destinations. It’s a vibrant metropolis, bustling with culture, oozing style and party central 24 hours a day.
As the capital, London is host to the best and biggest attractions in England.
There is a never-ending list of things to do on a hen weekend in London. It has unparalleled nightlife and stellar day time activities to match. Whether you're looking for a calm hen weekend or a hen night of insane fun, London is the place.
London's tube is known for being hot and crowded, but it's also efficient and the best way to get around the city. Don't bother driving at all, so use public transport or go on foot. On a hen night out, the taxi services are fast and efficient.
Take a trip to Big Ben
Ride on the London Eye, the biggest Ferris wheel in the world
Take a trip down to the West End and watch one of the many shows on offer.
See the Queen’s residence at Buckingham Palace
Take a trip down town and visit the London Dungeon – if you dare!
History and Culture:
There is more history connected to London than any other city in the UK, like the Great Plague of 1665 and both World Wars. This is certainly a place which is great for hen parties as it has so much to offer.
It is not by coincidence that London is a great place for shopping. Some of the biggest high street retailers have their headquarters throughout London and people travel hundreds of miles for a day shopping here. For an extra special shopping trip, London will deliver. Camden markets and Selfridges offer some of the best shopping experiences in the world.
London nightlife won't fail to impress A lot of celebrities choose London as their one stop destination for partying. The party goes on all night, so there is certainly no rush. Checking which clubs to visit before hand is an idea though, as some can be extremely expensive.
Eating and Drinking
When it comes to drinking and eating facilities the cheapest way to eat down is to grab a takeaway. If you can afford it, hit up one of the many Michelin starred restaurants that are on offer – or maybe just something in between.