Vibrant city life
That's not exactly what Iceland is known for; it's usually associated with natural scenery. And, in fact, its population numbers scarcely more than 320,000. More than half the residents, about 200,000, live in the capital Reykjavik (Smoky Bay) and its suburbs. So the city has a lot to offer, especially in the boutiques, restaurants, bars and clubs along Laugavegur, the main shopping street.