A culture borne from the city’s intrinsic relationship with its turbulent natural surroundings, Iceland’s port city boasts grand galleries and museums, progressive urban design, hip cafes and restaurants, legendary nightlife, and much more, all of which rests upon a resounding appreciation of the epic world around them. A rich Viking history and ever-welcoming locals lend an appeal among tourists that won’t subside anytime soon.
With a tumultuous winter climate, Reykjavik is best experienced in the summer months, when sunshine prevails, and days stretch across 20 hours. As the most popular time of year to visit Iceland, those seeking a cheaper deal should opt for the less-busy months of May and September.
This small city is best explored on foot. Alternatively, traveling by bike is a great, popular, and budget-friendly option in Iceland. Taxis are among the most well-regulated in the world with fairly priced charges. Reykjavik’s bus system is far-reaching and cheap, ideal for those seeking quick and cost-effective travel through Iceland’s capital. You can also book Hop-On Hop-Off Reykjavik tours to get extra bang for your buck.
Reykjavik is full of natural and rare wonders. On your visit, do visit major attractions like Blue Lagoon, Perlan Museum, Skógafoss, Thrihnukagigur, Skaftafell National Park, and so on.
This goes without saying but make sure to embark on a trip to see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis), do a full Golden Circle tour, and go whale watching on a boat cruise.
Laugavegur is the main shopping street in Reykjavik that runs through the center. Additionally, you can visit two famous malls - Kringlan and Smáralind.
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