Things To Do In Reykjavik
The ever young and unique capital of Iceland is always offering something new to travelers who wish to delve into its fascinating atmosphere. Despite its northern location close to the Arctic Circle, Reykjavik is a warm and intense city for those who go beneath the surface. With so many adventures to be had just walking outside of the city, many might overlook the wonderful experiences that the capital itself has to offer, with amazing attractions and inspiring things to do. The heart of Iceland is a great place to travel in all seasons, from the cool summers to the chilly winters that offer the unforgettable light spectacles on the sky. Although a new city by European standards, Reykjavik features countless things to see and do, from the ever innovating gastronomy to a hip and fresh cultural life, all available while staying in modern Reykjavik apartments.
First of all, travelers who arrive in the capital of Iceland will surely find an amazing guesthouse Reykjavik, as the city offers some of the best accommodation in the world. First thing one will do while in Reykjavik is to visit all the interesting and insightful attractions and landmarks, the grand majority spread over a small area in the city center. Among elegant streets and colorful small houses, tourists should definitely visit the impressive City Hall, the charming Tjornin Pond, the Hallgrimskirkja Church with its unique architecture, the fascinating museums of art and history or the inspiring Imagine Peace Tower. Other amazing highlights of Reykjavik include the Whales of Iceland display, the enchanting Old Harbor, the Reykjavik Cathedral or the views from the unique Pearl building, among many others.
The capital of Iceland is also a splendid destination for people who wish to stay active and do more than just see places. Not considering the unbelievable adventure that can be experienced a short distance away from the city, from the waterfalls and geysers to whale watching and more, Reykjavik itself is filled with vibrant activities and things to do. The cultural scene of the city is bustling with events and shows, from music to theatre and everything one could imagine. There are many festivals where travelers can discover the people of Iceland and their traditions. Being in Iceland means being outdoors and enjoying nature, so even the capital offers such activities, from fishing to biking, horseback riding and trekking, wellness and more. Returning inside, Reykjavik has become the center of the gastronomic culture of Iceland, but also an extremely attractive nightlife destination. For all those who wish to experience these great things, there are many comfortable stay Iceland options to choose from!