Reykjavik is best for...
Bar hopping: All bars are located on the main shopping street Laugavegar, making it easy to stroll from one to another
Weekend nights out: Saturdays and Sundays are the best nights to go out, with many bars staying open till 5am
Live music: From the cultural Harpa concert hall to the live music hotspot Hurra, there are venues and acts for all tastes
Language: The language spoken in Reykjavik is Icelandic
Currency: The currency used in Reykjavik is the Iceland Krona
Local time: Reykjavik is 1 hour behind GMT/UK time
Fly to: Reykjavik's main airport is Keflavík International Airport
Iceland’s mix of dark winter nights, long summer days and seriously strong local schnapps make Reykjavik a great place for you to party. Reykjavik nightlife doesn’t take itself too seriously. The city’s small size means everything’s within walking distance and you won’t find long queues, entry fees or strict dress codes. Lots of bars are along Laugavegur, the main shopping street. There aren’t too many clubs, but instead cafés and restaurants turn into bars and then into dance venues as the night goes on. Like other Scandinavian cities, nights out in Reykjavik start late and carry on into the early hours.