Iceland's beautiful capital city is fascinating combination of modernity and traditionalism, and is the gateway to one of the most beautiful nations on Earth.
Reykjavík has a small international airport just outside of the city that accepts flights from a number of destinations across Europe as well as a select few destinations in the United States. The city also has a much smaller airport within the city limits that serves a limited number of domestic locales.
WHEN TO GO
Iceland is significantly cooler than all of the other nations in the Nordic region, with temperatures averaging around 15°C even in Summer, although there are plenty of days that are closer to 20°C. The winter months between November and March can be particuarly harsh with the temperature barely raising its head above 0°C for months. This means that it is really up to you when you go, but the warmer summer months will see a price increase.
WHERE TO STAY
WHAT TO EAT
Nostra, Old Iceland, Skolabru, Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur, The Laundromat Café, Snaps Bistro