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Below you'll find everything you need to know about arriving in Reykjavík and getting around, with practical information and guides on the best Reykjavík has to offer.
Home to one of 25 wonders of the world, Blue Lagoon Iceland is a place where the powers of geothermal seawater create transformation spa journeys.
Icelanders are privileged when it comes to the Northern Lights. They are visible for eight months a year, from early September to the end of April.
An extremely popular route in the South of Iceland. Featuring the magnificent sights of Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Geothermal Field, and Thingvellir National Park, a trip around the Golden Circle is the perfect day tour from Reykjavik, and it is a must-visit when you go to Iceland.
The best chance to see some of the 20 species of whales that migrate off Iceland’s coast during peak season is on a guided whale watching tour.
The South Coast probably has the most stunning and awe inspiring landscapes in Iceland. The largest glaciers, most famous volcanoes, most dramatic cliffs and beautiful waterfalls combine to make up extremely varied landscapes which are only a few hours’ driving distance from Reykjavík.
Icelanders often say that Snaefellsnes peninsula is the only part of this beautiful country where you can see all of our unique natural elements in only a few hours drive.
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Local beers, fancy cocktails or places to shake your booty.
If you are staying in the city center chances are you’re at an Airbnb or a hostel, or somewhere with access to a kitchen. With restaurant prices what they are, it can be tempting to stay in, cook for yourself and save a few krónur.
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