Nightlife in Libya??? Maybe after Gadaffi!
Visit Libya if you are interested in ancient history and cultures. Night life (other than restaurants) does no really exist - it is a strict Muslim country with alcohol totally forbidden. Socialising mostly takes place within private homes.
Dress Code: Very conservative - men avoid short above the knee. Women, avoid tight clothes and always carry a headscarf with you wherever you go.Related to:
- Historical Travel
- Hiking and Walking
- Road Trip
Make your own entertainment......: Nightlife????????
Libya should not be your destination of choice if you are after wild nightlife. Our evening entertainment consisted of watching the sunset, having a nice meal and a glass of mint tea, and being in bed long before 10pm.
Nightlife does not exist. A...
Nightlife does not exist. A stroll by the paved promenade at the shore in Tripoli centre is worth it. Lot's of people, popcorn sellers, etc. But don't worry, shopkeepers never ever hassle tourists in Lybia, not even in the souqs.
None in the public domain...
None in the public domain coming under what europeans would call 'nightlife'. It takes time to locate interesting places - walk and talk. You may find some company in some of the mid-range hotels and cafes but caution is recommended as everything/everywhere is watched.
You should remember that islam...
You should remember that islam doesnt allow nigtlife lived by people other than muslims...libya is a muslim country ..islamic instructions are followed by most of libyan people here...
donot worry ... if you are lucky you will be invited to a libyan wedding celebration ...you have to share guys (only guys)here happiness with traditional libyan music known as maraskawi.
If your idea of night live...
If your idea of night live consists of more than hanging around with your pals sipping a glass of mint tea, forget it! There is absolute prohibition, besides degenerate Western clubs haven´t spread throughout most of the country.
Ther is NONE.Foreigners...
Ther is NONE.
Foreigners usually entertain each other. They're easy to meet. Everyone helps one another.
Don't be surprised to get invited to dinner by a Russian,
Argentinian, German or any other nationality for dinner
NO ALCOHOL, NO BARS, NO DANCING WITH WOMEN ( at least not in public
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