Bachelorette Party is one of the most important events in woman’s life. I am telling you. I could not be more grateful for my bachelorette – my friends took me to Venice for the whole weekend, about a Month before my wedding. So many great memories! It was the best gift I have ever received from someone.
As a matter of fact, I have also organised one small bachelorette party this year. It was for my friend who was pregnant at that time. We surprised her with a boutique party and took her for a dinner. I think she loved it. Sometimes the location does not matter but the more ‘on brand’, the better. Apart from the bride’s preferences and her personality, the MoH and the bridesmaids have to keep a few things in mind : the overall budget, season of the year and creativity of the group members.
Are you planning to throw your bride a bachelorette party she will love? Perhaps you should consider a trip to Prague 😉
#1 Great location!
Prague is incredibly well-connected! The ticket prices are great – for example 50GBP return flight from London City Airport with British Airways. Norwegian, Easy Jet and Wizz Air operate on a daily basis, flying to the major European cities a couple of times a day. Moscow (100 euro return in December), Spanish cities (Malaga 50 euro return in November).
Pricewise, Prague is much more affordable than the majority of the European capitals. It is a very important factor when planning a bachelorette!
#3 Seasons of the Year
Prague would be a great idea… all year round! The fact is, the majority of weddings happen… from April to October but what if it is in November? Prague is a all year round destination. In winter/late fall you could do River Cruise with drinks (on a decked boat), Karlovy Lazne party, private city coach tour or… Military Jet Fighter Flight!
#4 Action Park
There is a special company organising great activities for the bride-to-be. Instead of sitting in another SPA, your bride could do a crazy ‘fake bungee’ jumping, play bubble football, cruise river Vltava in a hot tub (!!!) or play bride darts 🙂 You could book such an activity for a day or two. And take her for a crazy party afterwards. Pricewise, it looks much much better than it does in the rest of the European cities.
#5 All in One
Prague is the largest city in Czech Republic but at the same time… it is not big at all. At least in compare to London, Berlin or Paris. You can walk from one place to another, and the walk would definitely be a pleasant experience. From the old town square to hilltop Hradčany through Karlovy Most. There are also loads of amazing restaurants, bars and lounges to take your bride-to-be to. I really recommend ‘Terasa U Prince’ at the Prince Hotel and ‘Hergetova Cihelna’ (from my photos in today’s post).