Introducing Reykjavik

This capital city is truly unique. Eerily quiet compared to other major cities in Europe yet bursting with life and soul as soon as you step foot inside a secret hangout known only to the locals, Reykjavik is a strange and rewarding city destination for those who like to travel off the beaten path. Its coastal location makes it the ideal base for sea excursions such as hunting for the beautiful Northern Lights and the seafood is, as expected, pretty spectacular. And daily bus trips will take you to the country’s most incredible natural wonders, including the gushing Gullfoss Waterfalls, the famous Blue Lagoon Spa, the geothermal geysers of Geysir and Strokkur, the rugged Thingvellir National Park and the jaw-dropping sights of the Jokulsarlon icebergs. For a journey that is truly out of this world, make Reykjavik and Iceland your next holiday destination.

Highlights of Reykjavik

Hallgrímskirkja Church
Hallgrímskirkja is the city’s most famous landmark and at 73 metres, it’s the tallest building in Reykjavik.
For an incredible dining experience, book a table at the glass-domed fine dining restaurant of Perlan. There are some great views from the bar area.
Golden Circle
Join the classic Golden Circle Tour with Reykjavik Excursions, covering Gullfoss, Geysir and the Blue Lagoon.
National Museum of Iceland
Learn more about Iceland’s history at the National Museum, first opened back in 1863.
Another incredible landmark not to be missed. Harpa is a contemporary building, which serves as a concert hall and conference.

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