Friday, January 25, 2008

Copenhagen - Denmark- Remarkable Experience

This post is about Copenhagen city in Denmark. Copenhagen is ranked as one of the top cities to live in the world, despite the high cost of living. Housing and accommodation is quite affordable to the average person when compared to other cities like London and Paris. I have been there myself, and it has been quite a fun experience. For special deals and last minute hotels, you can try Cheaperthanhotels - Denmark. Browse through these pages to assist in your planning: Denmark Hotels, Copenhagen Hotels . Danish people like music - for open-air concerts and festivals of small places to play all types of music. Traditionally, jazz, blues, folk, pop rock. If you want to discover the nightlife Danish, chances are you will be listening to the live music.

Other options for taking in some live music are again the bars, which often have a kind of culture of club or disco in them. Reykjavík is often called "the nightlife of the capital of the north". It is famous for its nightlife on weekends. The Icelandic tend to emerge late in the bars that look rather calm can fill suddenly, usually around midnight on a weekend.Again this island of northern Europe in the North Atlantic has deals if Cheaperthanhotels - Iceland .

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One major cause of this phenomenon is that alcohol is very expensive bars, and people tend to drink at home before going out. The beer was banned in Iceland until 1 March 1989, but has since become Icelandic drink of choice. However, like other alcoholic beverages, it is still quite expensive, a pint (in fact, half a litre) of beer in a bar Icelandic can cost between 500 and 800 krónur, or 9 to 5.50 euros. To that end, some people come late and are already drunk when they arrive in bars downtown.There are more than 100 bars and clubs in Reykjavik, most of them are located on Laugavegur and its streets side. It is very common for an institution which is a coffee before dinner to turn in a bar in the evening. The closing hour is usually around 6 am on weekends and 1 pm during the week.