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Our top 3 UK destinations for hen and stag dos

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The wedding season’s underway – and if you’re about to start planning a hen or stag do, make sure you check out our top 3 hen night and stag night ideas.

Read on to find out more. And while you’re booking your big night or weekend away, don’t forget to check journey planner for cheap train tickets and hotels too – you could save enough for a set of ‘L’ plates for the groom or blushing bride-to-be.

Our top 3 UK destinations for hens

1. Take the train to Leeds…for a burlesque dancing hen weekend

Bring out your seductive side on a burlesque hen weekend – whether you want to be the sexiest bridesmaid of the bunch or treat your new hubbie to a private performance on your wedding night, this hen weekend will teach you how to do it in style.

Hop on a train to Leeds and bring out your inner Dita Von Teese on fun-packed hen weekend to remember. And if Leeds is too far from you, don’t worry – offers burlesque weekends in destinations throughout the UK.

2. Take the train to Brighton … for a night with the Dreamboys

You can’t have a traditional hen night without some good looking men. Luckily, you’ll have all the eye candy you could need when you choose Chillisauce’s Saturday Male Strip Show and Evening Meal package.

Jump aboard a train to Brighton and head off to enjoy a glass of bubbly – served to you by a topless waiter, of course – while you enjoy the show. And you’ll even get to meet the boys and have your photo taken with them.

3. Take the train to Cardiff … for a perfume-making weekend

Get a taste of what it’s like to be a celeb and design your own scent on a Hen Heaven perfume-making hen weekend.

Head off on a train to Cardiff and create your very own signature perfume. A perfume consultant will help you to choose and blend different fragrances and you’ll get a 25ml bottle of your creation. And you can test out its allure at Cardiff’s top clubs and bars before you head back – or you could wait to wear it at the wedding.

Our top 3 UK destinations for stags

1. Take the train to Birmingham … for stockcar racing

If you’re a best man looking to impress, book the boys places on a Go Stag ‘Extreme Dodgems’ day. You’ll get to race against each other in 1300cc saloon stockcars and you’ll be coached by professional drivers too.

Get your race face on and hop on a train to Birmingham for this amazing adrenaline-fuelled stag do activity. Event winners will get to take home some silverware too, so it’s the perfect choice for competitive stags.

2. Take the train to Southampton … for some special stag do ops

For a memorable, action-packed stag do, you just have to choose the ChilliSauce Elite Counter-Terrorist & Black Ops experience. It’s the perfect escape for anyone who’s dreamed of joining up – and you can organise it secretly and start the day off by kidnapping the stag too.

Take the train to Southampton for a thrilling day of urban warfare. But you’d better be up to the job – according to the organisers, this military-themed stag experience makes paintball seem ‘like it’s for little girls’.

3. Take the train to Edinburgh … for some Scottish stag do fun

Combine the traditional with the unusual by heading to the Scottish capital on a Toss My Caber weekend from Last Night of Freedom.

Jump aboard a train to Edinburgh for this two night stag weekend package. You can enjoy a wild night out in the city’s best clubs on Friday night. But make sure you’re not too hung over – you’ll be taking part in caber tossing, a tug’o’war and more in your very own Highland Games on Saturday afternoon, before heading out for even more clubbing in the evening.

Are you heading off to a stag or hen do by train soon? Do you have any destination recommendations for stag and hen dos in the UK? Please tweet or Facebook us and let us know …

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