More about Reykjavik and Iceland
Iceland is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean between Europe and North America with influences coming from both sides of the Atlantic.
The hip and happening captial city, Reyjavik, is the world’s northernmost capital city.
What to see and do ?
Right on the city’s doorstep is the nature that Iceland is famous for – the dramatic landscape of volcanic cliffs is a photographer’s dream.
Volcanos, black sand beaches, glaciers, geysers, waterfalls, the northern lights – we could go on, but you get the picture!
If you want to enjoy a soak in the milky blue water of the Blue Lagoon thermal spas south of Reykjavik make sure you book tickets in advance!
Read more about the Blue Lagoon and tours here >>
Rather stay indoors in the warmth?
Visit a museum or two, take the lift to the top of Hallgrimskirkja to take in the views over Reykjavik and beyond, or head to the shopping malls Kringlan and Smaralind just a short drive from the city center.
Wander the shopping streets in the old city center, and try some Icelandic delicacies on offer in the many city restaurants.
Wellness, shopping, nature, adventure, and culture, Iceland has it all.