Overview of Hen weekends in Glasgow
Okay, well I’ve only got a short space to tell you about Glasgow but let’s just say that you and your group of friends won’t be hard pushed for hen do ideas when it comes to finding somewhere to party the day and night away. If Glasgow could somehow have a middle name, it would be ‘Nightlife’, with the number of bars, clubs and pubs tipping over the 1000 mark – bringing you everything from hip cocktail bars and clubs to the classic Glaswegian pub.
Then in the day you can get naughty by practiscing pole-dancing or looking your best in burlesque - the choice is yours!
Glasgow is Scotland’s ‘second city’, but if you’re sizing them up in terms of fun and the opportunity to really let your hair down, then Glasgow will always leave Edinburgh in its dust. We’re not just talking about the drink either, as this city makes sure there’s something for every hen – music, museums, galleries, culture – it’s all here.
It hard not to keep harping on about the nightlife in Glasgow and it’s even harder to actually choose some stand-out names from the hundreds of bars, clubs and pubs. So why not give you more of a choice? Head to Bath Street for some of Glasgow’s most fashionable venues, The Merchant City for an even wider choice of bars and clubs, or Ashton Lane in the West End to mix with a slightly more student-y crowd.
As you know by now, Glasgow is definitely Edinburgh’s much naughtier sibling, so it would be rude not to get a little bit naughty yourself. This is easy with ready-made selections such as the Burlesque and Pole Dancing packages! Then if shopping becomes the order of the day, head to Buchanan Galleries for High Street names and Prince’s Square for more independent, speciality shops.
Glasgow's Famous For
Being Europe’s 4th Biggest City, Irn-Bru and the Celtic Rangers.
With one of the best and most extensive transport systems in the UK outside of London, you won’t find it hard to (stumble) your way around Glasgow. Just like London, its most useful and efficient mode of transport is the underground - £3.80 for a daily ticket and trains running every 4 to minutes, you’ll be set. Of course there are also regular buses and even boats to take you along and across the River Clyde.