REYKJAVIK

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.

GET THERE

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

THINGS TO DO

Secret Lagoon Hot Springs

Whales of Iceland Exhibition

Reykjavik Maritime Museum

Hallgrímskirkja Cathedral

Harpa Concert Hall

The Sun Voyager Sculpture

The Settlement Exhibition

National Museum of Iceland

Árbæjarsafn Open Air Museum

Aurora Reykjavik

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