New Year’s Eve in Iceland has gained quite a reputation over the past years with Reykjavik now becoming one of the top destinations to ring in the new year. See the blaze of an enormous bonfire and the bright colours of the fireworks and watch as the night comes alive during your spectacular Iceland New Year’s holiday.
The Iceland New Year Bonfire Tour finishes at 111pm and not after midnight like you might expect. This is because Áramótaskaupið, a famous satirical TV show airs at 10.30pm and almost the entire population of Iceland stay in to watch it. With this New Years Eve celebration in Iceland, you will get to see the bonfire and fireworks like everyone else and then get to enjoy the TV show back at your accommodation if you wish. After the show has finished, most locals with then begin start their own firework displays in their back gardens, something that you will can enjoy from the balcony of your hotel or out in the streets as you continue to celebrate.
What is included in this Reykjavik New Year Bonfire Tour?
- Bus Fare
- Guided Tour
What is the nightlife like in Reykjavik?
Reykjavík nightlife is famed for its incredible array of entertainment venues, bars and restaurants, all of which offer their own unique insight into the capital's culture. Since the city isn’t big, Reykjavik nightlife can all be found centred in one place, all within easy walking distance from another. Most places are also free to entre and queues are almost non-existent. Whether you are looking for a quiet boozer or a jam packed party venue, Reykjavik’s night life has it all within a stone’s throw from one another.
What are the best beers in Iceland?
Your choice of tipple is completely up to your own taste, but Iceland is renowned for its exquisite selections of beers. There are hundreds of different breweries in the country who are behind some of the most delicious lagers and ales on the market.
Some of the best beers in Iceland are thought to be Lava Beer, produced by the Olvisholt Brugghus brewery in Selfoss. It is a pitch black beer flavoured with dark chocolate, roasted malt and smoke, with a dark brown head. Another favourite Icelandic beer is Gædingur Stout for its fusions of flavours which include caramel, chocolate, coffee, and earthy, almost straw-like tones.
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