8 Reasons to Plan a Bachelorette in Barcelona
The big day is fast approaching but just one more “fling before the ring”: the bachelorette party is on the to-do list. Discover why Barcelona is the ideal destination for you and the gals
Not sure where you’re going to party down with the girls on one of your last nights as a single lady? Not to fret. Round up the troops and take everyone to the amazing city of Barcelona that will surely have plenty in store, no matter what kind of fun you’re looking for. Here’s why you should be considering Gaudi’s city for your Bachelorette party:
Sun and Sand: Barcelona may be a city, but it is encompassed by a wonderful coastline that leaves little to be desired. One of the great things about this Spanish city is that it is extremely versatile, and that goes for the beaches as well. If you’re looking for some wild entertainment, take the ladies to the bustling Barceloneta Beach. If you want a peaceful stretch of sand, however, head on over to Badalona Beach where you’ll for sure be rubbing elbows with the locals.
Explore on Two Wheels: Are you traveling with a rather adventurous bunch? Experience all this European city has to offer on the back of a Vespa. Barcelona-based scooter rental agency, Vesping, is trying a new travel concept: GPS guided scooters. Gather the girls, choose your locations, plug them in the personal navigation system on each scooter, and go! Or if you prefer guided tours in Barcelona, check out Vesping’s tours headed by their city experts.
Rooftop Living Soirée: It’s 5:00 somewhere, and if you’re in Barcelona, you should be finding yourself at one of its many rooftop terrace bars throughout the city. In addition to great cocktails and a slight breeze up there, they offer an amazing view of the city and a rather glamorous place for you to have bachelorette drinks with the girls.
Airbnb: This is the best invention since low-cost airlines. Essentially people rent out their apartments to vacationers. So instead of paying an arm and a leg for luxury accommodation, you pay less for a city-center apartment with a kitchen and a fabulous terrace. What a great place for all your girls to stay in one place.
Shopping: Not like you’ll have any time in between shopping and partying to satisfy your shopping itch, but if you’re looking to give your credit card a workout or need a new trendy outfit for a night on the Catalan town, make it over to Passeig di Gracia and enjoy the shops and fabulous architecture.
Nightlife: This needs little explanation. bachelorette parties are an excuse to get on down and cut a rug, and Barcelona has a myriad of places to do it. Whether you like relaxed lounge settings with a possibility to dance, or hardcore, all-night raves, this vibrant city is sure to help you make memories well into the morning hours.
Alternative Activities: Booze cruise? Limo tour? Cooking class? Or take the plunge and do a group Flamenco lesson, what’s more in line with the vibe of this Catalan city? Barcelona offers some of the most unique activities that you can share with your girlfriends for a truly unforgettable trip.
Food: With all that partying, you’ll need some fuel to keep you going. Explore Barcelona’s culinary treats and learn something about the culture in which they come from. Whether it’s seafood or tapas, you’re in for a delectable treat. Try the famous paella, the prevalent traditional Spanish food. Indulge at the chic ‘Can Sole,’ and try some Spanish delicacies or get to Tram-Tram, located in Uptown Barcelona for the true flavor of tradition.
Your bachelorette party should be nothing short of the time of your life, so get on down to Barcelona and experience everything this European city has to offer with your best girlfriends.
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