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Reykjavík City Info

Reykjavík is the capital and the biggest city of Iceland. It is located in the southwest section of the country, on the southern shore of Faxaflói Bay. The city covers an area of 274.5 km², but it only has a population of about 200,000. The city center is relatively small and is characterized by colorful and eclectic houses, superb shopping, dining, and drinking.

Iceland's cultural center and one of its premier tourist destinations is Reykjavik. All the cultural trappings of a 21st-century European city can be found here: cozy cafes, upscale restaurants, state-of-the-art geothermal pools, as well as world class museums and galleries. Add all these to a backdrop of azure ocean, snow-capped mountains, and spectacular volcanic surroundings, and you'll likely concur that it is a city like no other.

Safety Information

Iceland is regarded as one of the safest countries in the world. Crime in the capital Reykjavik is almost non-existent and there are no safety and security issues concerning thieves, drugs, or homeless people.

The only area in the city that single females should refrain from visiting at night is Austurvöllur Park because it is a popular place for boozers and drunkards. In addition, avoid the brawls that occasionally break out among intoxicated partiers in bars, particularly on weekends.

Based on recent statistics, rape is reported twice as often in other Nordic countries, and there have been a couple of instances of violence involving paupers in the area, around the Hlemmur bus station. Still, even with some minor issues, Reykjavík is a lot safer when compared to other western cities, and definitely safer than the capital cities of other countries. Most people are incredibly hospitable and police officers are also friendly and very helpful. If you want safety in a tourist hotspot, Reykjavik is a perfect place.

Reykjavík Adult Entertainment

The city does not have a red light district, so it is a bit difficult to find strip clubs or other forms of adult entertainment. Iceland outlawed striptease in March 2010, so it is now a criminal offence for any business to make money from the nudity of its workers. 

Escorts 

Another mostly legal aspect of prostitution in Reykjavík is to contact an escort agency. You only pay for a sexy lady to accompany you around and not for sex. This is mostly legal because the girl is not a hooker. However, for a little extra cash, many of them offer high-class sex. The most important to remember is that whatever you do, prioritize your health and use condoms. Iceland holds the unenviable record for the most number of people in Europe with chlamydia.

Street Prostitution 

Street prostitution is non-existent in Reykjavik but hookers' photos as escorts can be found online in various internet sites. You may find free prostitutes living close to the city. These are girls who don’t want to get paid for sex. These girls maybe desperate housewives or young singles who simply want to have fun.  Others just really love to have sex or to do some other things with strangers. You may also try bars and clubs that operate deep into the night, for instance, the Vegas Exotic Night Club and the NasiKaffibarrin.

Reykjavík Clubs and Brothels

Strip Clubs

Reykjavik is packed with tourists looking to have a great time and party the nights away. You won’t get bored in this bustling city. However, there is a small catch in that strip clubs have been banned, but don’t freak out as the neighboring cities have yet to follow suit.

Iceland is the only European country to enforce a strip club ban. There were about 15 strip clubs operating in the country in the late 1990s and early 2000s; most of them were located in and around Reykjavík. Back then, stripping was a multi-million-dollar business. Nude dancing was regulated and stripping was deemed illegal. However, some clubs were given a legal exemption, so they can feature striptease. Such exemptions were revoked when the ban took effect on July 31, 2010, and all the strip clubs across Iceland closed.

A handful of "champagne clubs" later opened at an old strip club district. These clubs have a private area in the back where patrons can have a private time with a female worker. In 2015, a campaign against the clubs was launched by a women's crisis center called Stígamó. It accused the clubs of prostitution and trafficking. The police conducted a raid and majority of the clubs were closed. Today, three clubs remain and none of them can be considered a strip joint. The clubs operate from establishments with fixed addresses and distinct signs which mean police can easily keep an eye on them. 

  • Goldfinger Nightclub – holding the distinction of being listed in the top 200 most popular clubs in the world, and it also prides itself in being the only gentleman nightclub in Iceland, featuring live entertainment. The entertainers are from Iceland, Britain, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Ukraine. This strip club has been around since 1999.

    Address: Smidjuvegur 14, Kopavogur 200, Iceland
    Telephone: +3545718000
    Website: www.goldfinger.is
    Email: goldfinger@goldfinger.is
  • Strawberries – a club offering gentlemen a fancy world of go-go dancers and sensual fun.

    Address: Lækjargata 6a Reykjavik 101, Iceland
    Telephone: 35 4437 0000 
  • Shooters Coyote Club – a club offering the best in adult entertainment in Reykjavik. It offers a luxurious experience in a unique ambiance.

    Address: Austurstæti 12, 101 Reykjavík
    Website: www.shooters.is

Reykjavík Nightlife

Whether you visit Reykjavik in winter when it only sees a few hours of daylight, or in the summer with 24 hours of sunlight, you will surely be treated to a vibrant nightlife.

If you happen to be in the city on a weekend, make sure you take a long nap and drink lots of water and afternoon coffee in preparation for the rúntur, the weekly pub crawl when party goers make their way to multiple bars and clubs. The revelry reaches its peak between 2:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. This is the time when partiers line up at the hottest bars along Laugavegur to cough up some serious krónur for some of Reykjavik’s notoriously pricey drinks.

Brace yourself for lots of random pushing and shoving inside the bars. In spite of the effects of booze, try to be as level-headed as possible and embrace the idea that bar-hopping is a contact sport. Only then will you be able to enjoy and find it easier to navigate the big crowds. If you’re still up and manage to make it to the wee hours, you’ll be rewarded with something hot and greasy—a hotdog—the city’s beloved post-bar snack.

Reykjavík LGBT

Iceland is widely regarded as very friendly and open to gay people. The legal status of gays is deemed as one of the best in the world, with individual rights protected by the constitution. Over the past three decades, a lot have been achieved with regards to making gays and lesbians quite visible and this has worked wonders against prejudices. The mere fact that the Reykjavik Gay Pride is the second largest outdoor event in Iceland speaks volumes about the situation. 

General Attitude Towards Gays 

The general public is as friendly and enlightened as anywhere else in the world, so one can be open about sexual orientation without the worry of being bashed or ostracized. The gay scene in the country is mostly confined to Reykjavík, specifically on Laugavegur Street in the city center, and the local gay and lesbian population can be expected to provide a warm welcome. 

Dance Club for Gays 

  • Barbara – the only gay dance club in Iceland. It is pink, proud, and it welcomes everyone with open arms. The venue is open on weekends and the party starts at midnight. Brace yourself for a crazy night, where you might find yourself topless on a table. The club is very popular with the local crowd. It is jam-packed on weekends and stays open until 5:00 a.m.

    Address: Laugavegur 22, Iceland 
  • Club Kiki – known as the only Queer Club in Reykjavik, located on Laugavegur 22, where many of the city’s best known gay clubs operated in the past. Kiki offers great music, a nice crowd, and a fun ambiance.

    Address: Laugavegur 22, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
    Telephone: +354 571 0194
    Website:  http://www.kiki.is
    Open: Thursday (9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.), Friday and Saturday (9:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.) 
  • Bravo – a bar located on Laugavegur 22, just below Club Kiki. This cozy nook draws a mixed crowd and is a perfect meeting spot for those who wish to mingle and socialize while enjoying a refreshing drink in a laid back atmosphere. It is also a meeting place for those planning to have a long night out in the city.

    Address:  Laugavegur 22, Reykjavík, Iceland
    Telephone: +354 8237892 

Transsexual Prostitution 

Transsexual prostitution is only offered through the Internet. Thousands of transsexuals across the globe earn a living by acting as webcam models. You can view transsexual live sex shows in Reykjavik as long as you have access to the Internet. Some shemale escorts occasionally come to Iceland for a few days, but there is no tranny scene in the country.

 
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