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Think Reykjavík - Pure Energy! Visitors to Reykjavík always experience the pure energy at the heart of Iceland’s capital city -whether from the boiling thermal energy underground, the natural green energy within the city and around it, or the lively culture and fun-filled nightlife. The world’s northernmost capital is framed by the majestic Mount Esja, which keeps a watchful eye on the city, and the blue waters of Faxafloi Bay. On a sunny day, the mystical Snaefellsjokull glacier appears crystal-like on the western horizon, while mountainous moonscapes spread to the southeast. Reykjavík is a great place to visit, whether for some cultural nourishment, a spot of unbridled fun or to recharge your batteries. Think of the ideal city break and you’ll think of Reykjavík.
Stockholm Arlanda - Reykjavík
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Reykjavik Park And Zoo

With some 150 animals from 19 different species, including seals, foxes and reindeer. They also offers an amusement park with rides and activities, here you have the chance to ride an Icelandic horse. This is the ideal place for a day out with the family.

The Thermal Beach In Reykjavik

Nautholsvik is one of the few places in Iceland where you can take a dip in the sea, as it is normally too cold for swimming. Here, a thermal beach has been created where natural hot water flows out into the sea to allow Icelanders and tourists to swim in the Atlantic waves.


The Restaurant is situated at Skólavörðustígur 40 in Reykjavík. The design concept is a mixture of warm modern Icelandic feel with international touch wherein furniture of designer Tom Dixon play the main role. The cuisine is feel good comfort food with a twist on classic cuisine. The menu offers a variety of finger food, salads, fish, steaks and desserts.

Skólavörðustígur 40


Early until late, Slippbarinn is where you can experience Reykjavik like a local while enjoying exciting events such as Icelandic music, art and even some refreshing stand-up comedy. This is the perfect place to gather with old and new friends over a drink in the hippest part of town. The drink menu has an impressive selection of wine and cocktails that will melt the heart of those who love a nice drink. Feeling hungry? Enjoy zesty and affordable bites at any time of the day and evenings and enjoy at Slippbarinn. Here you can see our main menu.

Myrargata 2, 101 Reykjavik
Downtown Shopping

Reykjavík’s main shopping street, Laugavegur, runs through the city centre. On Laugavegur, its side streets and on the neighbouring street Skolavordustigur, you will find everything from designer labels to streetwear in addition to jewellery, arts and crafts, quirky souvenirs and unique Icelandic design products. On weekends, you will find the Flea Market (Kolaportid) by Reykjavík Harbour overflowing with bric-a-brac and Icelandic delicacies, such as fermented shark, dried fish, horse meat sausages, tons of liquorice and much more!

Tax-free Shopping

As a visitor to Iceland, whenever you buy goods for more than ISK 4,000 in one shop, you are entitled to a partial tax refund. Participating shops normally display a Tax-Free Shopping sticker in the window. When you buy the products in the shop you pay the full price, but you should ask for a "tax-free" form, which entitles you to a 15% refund on the goods you just bought. The money can be refunded at the Reykjavík Tourist Information Office in the city centre, or at the airport when you leave.

Official Tourist Information Centre

If you need information on where to go or what to see in Reykjavík the Official Tourist Information Centre is the place to go! Detailed information for the whole country, free booking service, maps, brochures and internet access. We are looking forward seeing you in the heart of the old city. Opening hour: 1st of June to 15th of Sept: 8:30 - 19:00 Daily 16th of Sept to 31st May: 9:00 - 18:00 Weekdays 9:00-16:00 Saturdays 9:00-14:00 Sundays


Car Hire Service

Many visitors enjoy the freedom of renting a vehicle and seeing the sights beyond Reykjavík at their own pace. Cars of all types and sizes can be rented at Reykjavík’s many car rental agencies special offers may be available in conjunction with flight bookings. Check at the Reykjavík Tourist Information Centre. It is in general easy and safe to drive in Iceland, however, driving conditions can be different to what visitors are used to at home and special care must be taken when driving in the highlands. Visitors are advised to always seek information and guidance prior to setting off on their journey. Guides to safe driving can be accessed on the Traffic Directorate’s website: www.umferdarstofa.is. Avis Car Rental Knarrarvogur 2 Tel: +354 591 4000 – www.avis.is Budget Car Rental BSI Terminal, Vatnsmyrarvegur 10 Tel: +354 562 6060 – www.budget.is Hertz Car Rental Flugvallarvegur Tel: +354 505 0600- www.hertz.is