Overview of Hen weekends in Valencia
Valencia has been famous for its nightlife since the 1980s, so it's a city that knows how to have a good time, so if you're smart and you choose to go to Valencia on your hen weekend then you're in for a real treat. As the spiritual home of that old Spanish classic, Paella, Valencia also has the perfect healthy hangover cure to counteract all of that partying you'll be doing.
Let's not forget that nightlife either though - because from sun up to sundown you could spend all your time on the beach with parties found there and at the port every day of the week in the summer time. The city is also one of the most picturesque that Spain has to offer with its classic baroque architecture and Spanish sophistication.
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The old town becomes very lively at night. Check out Barrie del Carmen for a stiff cocktail to start of your night in style. Radio City is the perfect place to continue your night for drinks, music and even performances to give you a night that you will always remember.
Visit Ruzafa which a lively part of Valencia near the train station. It has a young and lively atmosphere during the weekend with interesting art galleries, cafes and small shops lining the streets.
Valencia's Famous For
The third largest city in Spain plays host to hundreds of Hen parties every year. Dating back to the Roman period, Valencia is a culture haven, with numerous galleries, parks and museums. During the night, the city really comes alive with an exciting and vibrant nightlife.
Many of the attractions are in the historic quarter so getting around on foot is very easy. There is also a very reliable public transport service ideal for getting you from A to B including buses, taxis and an underground system.