A statue of Leifur Eriksson in Reykjavik... despite its Viking associations, the Icelandic capital tends to put off the rowdy stag crowds
If you're looking for more than an endless happy hour before you tie the knot, head to Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, whose small size and relative sophistication seems to put off the rowdiest stag parties.
"The city has a reputation for being expensive but the terrific nightlife is cheaper than in the past - plus there are bar crawls, with plenty of blond-haired, blue-eyed men and women for company," says Tom Hall of Lonely Planet. "You can also get out of the small capital easily to go whale watching or glacier skiing." If, however, you're after more sunshine...
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