Reykjavik Stag Weekends

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Iceland is blessed. Stunning scenery, epic activities, mental nightlife and most recently a heroic football fandom await any stag group lucky enough to end up on their last weekend of freedom in Reykajvik. Once in a life time sights like the Northern Lights, the blue lagoon, the Silfra fissure, volcanos and gigantic glaciers all make for a truly unforgettable stag weekend, but it's not all sight seeing. Take on mother nature on quads, buggies or snowmobiles during the day. When the sun goes down head into Laugavegur on guided pub crawls with more than 100 pubs and clubs to choose from! We can sort everything from airport transfers to accommodation to stag do activities to nightlife, leaving you to enjoy the weekend of a lifetime in this epic country!


Reykjavik Special Offers
Half price Stag on a group of 15 or more!
Stag goes FREE on a group of 20 or more!

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option.
 

Interesting facts about Reykjavik

 
 

LANGUAGE

Icelandic 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

15°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

0°C 

COST OF A PINT

£4

CURRENCY

Icelandic króna

AIRPORT

Reykjavik

 
Climate in Reykjavik
 
 

Climate in Reykjavik

The clue is in the name... Ice-land. Summers will reach the low double digits, with the occasional very warm day (much like at home!). Summer days are very long in Iceland, the longest day of the year sees the sun set at just after midnight and rise again just before 3AM. In the two weeks around this day you can see a phenomenon known as the midnight sun where although the sun has set the night remains bright. On the opposite end of the scale, the days in the winter are incredibly short and average out at around -2, but there's plenty of snow and winter in Iceland is also the best time to catch the aurora borealis, more commonly known as the northern lights.

Find out about getting around Reykjavik

Getting around Reykjavik
 
 

Getting around Reykjavik

Reykjavik has great public transport links in the form of buses which will set you back around £2 per journey, though you'll need exact change. There's plenty of 24 hour taxi companies available who have a good reputation. If you want to head out to see the sights outside the city, we provide return transfers with most of our activities, or you can hire a car - though due to the sparsity of the rest of Iceland a lot of the roads can be just gravel tracks and the weather in winter can provide difficult driving conditions - so experienced drivers only!

What you need to know about nightlife in Reykjavik

Nightlife in Reykjavik
 
 

Nightlife in Reykjavik

Reykjavik has become famed in recent years for its weekend nightlife, which is surprising considering beer was banned in Iceland until 1989! There's over 100 bars and clubs in the city, though you'll find the biggest crowds around Laugavegur. Icelanders don't tend to go out until around midnight and the bars tend to shut at around 5am. Drinks are expensive when out, so most people tend to pre-drink before a night out (something us Brits are well practised in!). Dress codes are casual, bar hopping is encouraged and entry fees are rare. To truly blend in with the locals, the Icelandic equivalent of cheers is Skál!

Learn about eating in Reykjavik

Eating in Reykjavik
 
 

Eating in Reykjavik

Being a fairly isolated part of the world surrounded by sea, traditionally a lot of Icelandic grub is seafood... not just fish and shellfish, but also shark! Seabirds like puffin, gull and goose are also all popular. Popular delicacies include Harðfiskur, the fish equivalent of beef jerky, Ein með öllu, the Icelandic lamb hot dog and Hangikjöt, smoked lamb. The more "questionable" traditional delicacies include raw puffin heart, singed and boiled sheep's head and cured shark.

Find out how to travel to Reykjavik

Getting to Reykjavik
 
 

Getting to Reykjavik

Check our travel page for more information about getting to Reykjavik.

Things to see in Reykjavik

Things to see in Reykjavik
 
 

Things to see in Reykjavik

Northern lights: The aurora borealis is probably one of Iceland's most famed attractions. The best time to go is from September through until mid-April as these are the darkest months. You'll need a clear night and to head up north to catch them properly, but they're well worth seeing and we can arrange on our golden circle tour.
Blue Lagoon: One of the most visited attractions, blue lagoon is about 39km outside Reykjavik. A geothermal spring, the warm waters are world renowned for their beneficial effects.
Black Sand Beach: Granted you won't be heading to the beach for a dip, but Iceland's abundance of volcanos means that the natural beaches here are stunning and well worth a visit if you've got a chance.

Lost in the language? For the low down - check out our Iceland jargon guide!

Find out about the climate in Reykjavik

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