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Hlemmur Mathöll is a vibrant and bustling food hall located in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland. The food hall opened in 2017 and has quickly become a […]
This cozy cafe near the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church offers traditional Icelandic dishes, including fermented shark and rye bread ice cream. The homely decor and friendly atmosphere make […]
This Michelin-starred restaurant is a must-visit for foodies looking for a unique dining experience in Reykjavik. The menu is inspired by traditional Icelandic cuisine but with a […]
This is a traditional Icelandic restaurants located in downtown Reykjavik. The restaurants has been serving up classic Icelandic dishes for over 30 years, and is known for […]
National Museum of Iceland: This museum provides a comprehensive overview of Iceland’s history, culture, and heritage, from its earliest Viking settlers to the modern-day.
Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach: This man-made beach is heated by geothermal energy and provides a unique bathing experience.
Grotta Lighthouse: This lighthouse is located at the tip of the Seltjarnarnes peninsula, offering beautiful views of the ocean and surrounding mountains.
Arbaer Open Air Museum: This living museum showcases traditional Icelandic architecture and daily life from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The Icelandic Punk Museum: This museum is dedicated to Iceland’s vibrant punk music scene in the 1980s.
Housed in a historic building that was once a pharmacy, this restaurants offers a modern take on classic Icelandic cuisine. The elegant and sophisticated decor, combined with […]
Icelandic Phallological Museum: This museum displays a unique collection of over 280 penises and penile parts from various animals, including humans.
This budget-friendly restaurants offers a range of Icelandic street food staples, including lamb soup and Icelandic meatballs, served in a casual and laid-back setting. The focus on […]
Saga Museum: This museum uses lifelike wax figures and audio guides to bring Iceland’s Viking history to life.
Laugardalslaug: This is Reykjavik’s largest swimming pool complex, with numerous indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, and saunas.
This small hot dog stand is an iconic landmark in Reykjavik and has been serving up delicious hot dogs since 1937. The stand’s secret recipe includes a […]
This upscale seafood restaurants in Reykjavik offers an extensive menu of fresh fish and seafood dishes with a focus on sustainable fishing practices. The restaurants’s chic and […]
This cozy bakery in Reykjavik offers freshly baked bread, pastries, cakes, and coffee. The bakery is known for using locally sourced ingredients and traditional Icelandic baking techniques […]
Hallgrímskirkja, completed in 1986, is a Lutheran parish church in Reykjavik, Iceland. Named after the Icelandic poet and clergyman Hallgrímur Pétursson, it stands as a striking example […]
Lake Tjornin: This small lake in the heart of Reykjavik is a popular spot for birdwatching and feeding the numerous ducks and swans that call it home.
This is another popular craft beer bar in Reykjavik. Located in the trendy Skolavordustigur area, the bar offers a rotating selection of local and international craft beers, […]
Aurora Reykjavik: This exhibition provides an immersive experience of the Northern Lights, complete with interactive displays and simulations.
Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre: This beautiful glass structure is located on the Reykjavik waterfront and hosts a variety of concerts, events, and exhibitions.
Perlan: This iconic building features a revolving Eat and Drink with panoramic views of Reykjavik and the surrounding mountains.
Laugavegur: This is Reykjavik’s main shopping street, lined with numerous shops, cafes, bars, and Eat and Drinks.
This is a cozy coffee shop located in the heart of Reykjavik. It’s known for its excellent coffee and homemade pastries, as well as its warm and […]
Skál is a cozy and welcoming restaurants located in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland. The restaurants offers a unique and modern take on Icelandic cuisine, featuring locally […]
The Settlement Exhibition: This exhibition is located in downtown Reykjavik and features excavated ruins from one of Iceland’s earliest Viking settlements.
This is a brewery and restaurants located on the Reykjavik waterfront. The brewery produces a range of craft beers that are available on tap, and the restaurants […]
Reykjavik Maritime Museum: This museum provides a fascinating insight into Iceland’s seafaring history, from fishing and whaling to shipbuilding and navigation.
This is a popular bar in downtown Reykjavik that specializes in craft beer. They offer a wide selection of local and international craft beers on tap and […]