Culture, cool clubs and an in-your-face open-mindedness - Berlin hen dos are unique.
Centuries of vivid history blend with urban underground clubs and offbeat art galleries, making this huge metropolis jam-packed with things to keep your whole group entertained.
Germany's trendy capital is huge (nine times bigger than Paris!) so there's a never-ending list of things to see and do and the locals love to party, so nights out can reach a whole new level in Berlin.
Despite its tragic past, Berlin is now extremely multicultural and you can eat/drink your way around the globe on a tour of its most popular neighbourhoods.
In a city that's so large and unashamedly bold, though, that, it can be tricky to know where to start. Luckily, we're on hand every step of the way to help you plan an epic Berlin hen weekend for your bride-to-be.
If the gals are keen on doing more than checking out the clubbing scene, you're in luck as there are plenty of incredible hen do activities on offer.
In addition to all the classics - think spa days and cocktail sessions - you'll be able to make some memories with a handful of options which are completely unique to Germany's capital.
This is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Berlin and a hotbed of Soviet-era buildings housing cool cafes, exclusive clubs and artsy venues. Once part of Eastern Berlin, Friedrichshain is packed with monuments from the period, including the graffitied East Side Gallery.
Coffee addicts and fans of Turkish food should put laidback Kreuzberg on their bucket list. The area is very multicultural and one of the city's key student areas. You'll spot dozens of great cafes and coffee roasters around Kreuzberg's streets, plus amazing street art and culture-packed museums like the Jewish Museum Berlin.
Mitte is the city's oldest and most central neighbourhood, and an absolute must-see during a hen do in Berlin. The area is littered with major landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and is also the location of the city's lush Tiergarten - the perfect place to relax after a night of drinking and dancing.
Making up the very heart of the Mitte district, busy Alexanderplatz is Berlin's largest city square and the main hub of its public transport system. It gets its title from Alexander I of Russia (a Tsar in the early 1800s) and was dotted with underground bunkers during WWII (which you can still visit today). If your hen party is wandering around Alexanderplatz, look out for the iconic Fernsehturm TV Tower.
Finding somewhere suitable to snooze after a full day of sightseeing and celebrating couldn't be simpler in Berlin.
Whether you're searching for a budget-friendly hostel just for sleeping, a self-catered apartment ideal for a smaller group to stretch out in or you want to treat the bride with some five-star luxury, you'll discover great Berlin accommodation across all of the city's most popular neighbourhoods.