Nightlife in Iceland
The wild and untamed nightlife of Iceland, especially in Reykjavk is known world wide and famous for its durability and ongoing parties. In Iceland, the nightlife means among other things fun and entertainment butif the idea is to go out and have good old-fashioned fun Iceland is still a fine choice.
Nightlife in Reykjavik
The nightlife in Reykjavk is legendary for its energy and stamina. It is not uncommon on the weekend to spend the whole night partying at one of the city's many nightclubs, known for their cool atmosphere and stylish patrons and then walk out to the streets to a carnival like atmosphere of the streets. In Reykjavik there are nightclubs to suit a variety of tastes in terms of decor and music.
Clubs and pubs in Reykjavik
The distinction between bars, clubs, pubs, cafs and dance halls is pretty blurry in Reykjavk. But that's then fun part; you can get everything from one stroll around town, and experience all extremes of a typical metro political nightlife in one of the smallest capitals in the world. Nightclubs, bars and pubs in Reykjavik are generally open quite late, till five in the morning, and it's not uncommon to spend all night on the town on Friday and Saturday nights.
Live Music in Reykjavik
Reykjavik has a very happening music scene and it goes far beyond what you might have heard about Bjrk and Sigur Rs. The scene is made up of a large number of genres with everything from hardcore punk rock and indie to chamber music and hip-hop.Visitorscan practically take in a concert every night of the week.
Icelandic drinking habits
People say that the beer tastes so great in Iceland because the water is so clean. While that may be a bit of the infamous Icelandic bravado talking, it is certainly an undeniable fact that the Icelandic beer really is superb and well worth drinking and there are many kinds to choose from, the famous Viking Beer, Thule, Pilsner and Gull to mention few. But mixture of beer and shots like Tequila or Sambucca are in favor and to top that the party thirsty Icelander mixes that with doss of rum or the Icelandic Brennivin.
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