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2007
Smoking is banned by law in all restaurants, bars and nightclubs in Iceland.

2006
Iceland’s population reaches 300,000.

2004
The National Museum is reopened after extensive renovations that took over six years.

2002
Kárahnjúkar dam project begun. Kárahnjúkar power station is to supply power to a new aluminium smelter at Reyðafjörður, East Iceland.

2001
Olympic boxing is legalized again in Iceland after 45 years of prohibition.

2000
Two earthquakes, 6.5 and 6.6 Richter scale, shake the south, damaging houses and infrastructure but leaving people unharmed.

1998
The famous movie star, the whale Keiko, is transported back from USA to its origin around the Westman Islands.

1995
Iceland hosts the World Cup in handball.

1994
Icelanders celebrate 50 years of independence with a great festival at Þingvellir.

1992
Reykjavík’s inhabitants reach 100,000. The City Hall is inaugurated.

1992
“Börn Náttúrunnar”, a motion picture by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, is nominated for an Oscar Academy Award as the best foreign film.

1989
Icelanders are allowed to buy and consume beer after 74 years of prohibition.

1989
Pope John Paul II becomes the first pope to visit Iceland.

1986
U.S. President Ronald Regan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbatsjev meet at Höfði House in Reykjavík for nagotiations on bringing the Cold War to an end.

1980
Vigdís Finnbogadóttir is the first woman in the world to be elected head of state in democratic elections.

1980
Tourists are allowed to buy 12 bottles of beer per person toll free when arriving in Iceland.

1976
The last “Cod War” between Iceland and Britain takes place. Iceland wins sovereignty over its fishing grounds.

1975
Iceland’s territorial waters are expanded to cover 200 miles.

1974
The construction of roads and bridges over Skeiðarársandur in the southeast is completed and the Ring Road, national route no. 1 around the island, thus completed.

1974
The first Icelandic female priest is nominated.

1973
Volcanic eruption begins on Heimaey in the Westman Islands, leaving the island uninhabitable for a few months.

1972
Chess players Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky take on in “the dual of the century” in Reykjavik, for the world championship.

1971
The first Icelandic manuscripts are brought back to Iceland from Denmark.

1968
Icelanders change from driving on the left side of the road to driving on the right side.

1966
The first Icelandic television broadcast takes place.

1963
A great volcanic eruption below sea level, close to the Westman Islands, forms a new island named Surtsey.

1955
Writer Halldór Kiljan Laxness wins the Nobel Prize for Literature.

1949
Iceland becomes a member of NATO.

1949
A helicopter is flown for the first time in Iceland.

1949
Iceland’s first traffic lights are set up in Reykjavik.

1947
Telecommunication between Iceland and the USA becomes a reality.

1946
The first Icelandic motion picture in full colours is premiered.

1946
Iceland becomes a member of the United Nations.

1944
Iceland breaks off the alliance with the Danish crown and becomes an independent republic again.

1944
Sveinn Björnsson is elected Iceland’s first president.

1941
The American Navy takes over the role of the British Military in Iceland’s occupation.

1940
World War II: British forces occupy Iceland.

1935
Production and trade of all alcoholic beverages except beer is allowed again in Iceland.

1935
Golf is played for the first time in Iceland.

1935
Telecommunication between Iceland and foreign countries becomes reality.

1931
Public busses operated in Reykjavík for the first time.

1930
Hótel Borg, Iceland’s largest hotel at that time, opens its doors.

1930
The States radio station, RÚV, begins broadcasting.

1928
Drilling for hot water in Laugardalur, Reykjavík, marks the beginning of the district heating in Reykjavík.

1928
The first scheduled domestic flight in Iceland takes place between Reykjavík in the south and Akureyri in the north.

1922
Icelandic currency is issued for the first time.

1922
The first woman is elected to take a place in the national assembly, Althingi.

1919
The first flight of an airplane takes place in Reykjavik.

1918
Iceland becomes a sovereign and independent state within the Kingdom of Denmark.

1918
The coldest year in Iceland’s recorded history. The temperature measures -37,9 °C at Grímsstaðir á Fjöllum.

1918
The Spanish Influenza spreads in Iceland, over 10,000 people are infected and 300 die.

1915
Production and trade of all alcoholic beverages is prohibited in Iceland.

1913
Iceland’s first and only railway is laid from Öskjuhlíð hill to Reykjavík Harbour. It was used to transport rocks and gravel for the harbour’s construction.

1908
Education is declared compulsory for children 10 to 14 years old.

1907
Married women in Reykjavik are given eligibility and the right to vote in community elections.

1906
Iceland’s first cinema opens in Reykjavik.

1905
The first Icelandic telecommunication company, Bæjarsíminn, is founded, connecting 15 telephones.

1904
The first automobile is imported to Iceland.

1904
Iceland is granted home rule. Hannes Hafstein is elected Iceland’s first government minister.

1904
The first electrical lights are lit in Iceland.

1897
The first gramophone is imported to Iceland.

1886
Landsbankinn, the first bank institute in Iceland, is founded.

1882
Unmarried women and widows over 25 years old were granted the right to vote in community elections.

1880
The construction of the Parliament house in Reykjavík is begun.

1874
The Danish crown confirms the first constitution of Iceland, giving Althingi, the national assembly, legislative and appropriative authority.

1870
Many Icelanders begin to migrate to Canada and America in search for a better life.

1865
The first caesarean section is performed in Iceland. The child lives but the mother dies few days later.

1855
The Danish king legalizes freedom of the press in Iceland.

1844
The last pair of the great auk (Pinguinus impenis) is killed in Eldey rendering them extinct.

1830
The last execution in Iceland is carried out.

1800
Althingi is abolished with a royal decree from the Danish crown.

1798
Alþingi, the national assembly, is held at it’s original location in Þingvellir for the last time.

1789
The Danish trade monopoly in Iceland ends.

1783
“Skaftáreldar”, one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history, begins, killing over half of the population.

1782
Law abolishes excommunication.

1771
Reindeer brought to Iceland for the first time.

1750
Two daredevils climb to the top of Mountain Hekla, which, at that time, was believed to be the gateway to hell.

1703
The first complete census made in Iceland. At the time there were 50,358 people divided between 7,622 homes.

1700
The present (Gregorian) calendar is adopted.

1662
Iceland officially becomes a part of the Danish Monarchy.

1627
Algerian pirates invade the Westman Islands and abduct 242 of the inhabitants.

1602
The Danish trade monopoly in Iceland begins.

1550
The last Catholic bishop, Jón Arason, and his two sons were executed at Skálholt for the sakes of undermining the Lutheran church.

1541
The Reformation from Catholicism to Lutheranism is confirmed at Althingi.

1530
The first printing press in Iceland is set up at Hólar in Hjaltadalur.

1402
The Plague known as “Svarti dauði” (Black death) rages in Iceland, killing up to one third of the population.

1380
Iceland’s rule passes on from the Norwegian Crown to the Danish Crown.

1343
Sister Katrín, found guilty of selling her soul to the devil, is the first person to be burnt on a stake in Iceland.

1262
Althingi swears an oath of allegiance to the Norwegian Crown, thereby ending the republic’s independence.

1244
“Flóabardagi”, the greatest sea battle ever to be fought along the coasts of Iceland takes place in Húnaflói bay.

1120+
The scholar Ari “the wise”writes a history of Iceland from settlement up to date, marking the beginning of saga writing in Iceland.

1117
The first book of Icelandic law, Hafliðaskrá, is written.

1104
A great eruption from the volcano Hekla destroys a whole valley of farms, killing large amounts of cattle by ash and fumes that poisoned the grass.

1006
Alþingi, Iceland’s parliament, bans duels as the didn’t reconcile very well with Christianity.

1000
Icelanders peacefully decide to convert from Heathen religion to Christianity, not so much for spiritual reasons as for political ones.

999
Leifur “the lucky” Ericsson explores America´s coast at Canada and discovers Newfoundland (Vinland the good).

985
Bjarni Herjolfsson sights the American mainland, the first among Europeans.

930
The settlement of Iceland ends and Althingi, a parliamentary assembly, is founded at Thingvellir.

874
The first free Norseman, Ingolfur Arnarson, settles in Iceland for life.

855
The Swedish Viking Garðar Svavarsson sails around Iceland and verifies that it is an island.

850
The Viking Naddoður accidentally discovers Iceland and names it Snaeland (The land of snow).

825
The Irish scholar Dicuíl records that Irish hermit monks have been leaving Ireland to settle in the island of Thule.

330 BC
The Greek explorer Pytheas writes about a populated island in the north called Thule. Generally this island is believed to be Iceland.

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    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 2344 Website

    Happy Hour

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    Downtown Reykjavik +354 530 2210 Website

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    Downtown Reykjavik +354 517 7474 Website

    Happy Hour

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    Happy Hour

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    Ásgrímur Jónsson Collection

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 515 9600 Website

    Ásgrímur Jónsson (1876–1958) was one of the pioneers of Icelandic visual art and the first Icelandic painter to make art his main profession.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Ánanaust

    Domino’s Pizza – Ánanaust

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 58 12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Lækjarbrekka

    Lækjarbrekka

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 4430 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Lækjarbrekka is an Icelandic / Scandinavian bistro, operated since 1981 and situated in the heart of Reykjavík in one of the oldest and most iconic buildings in the city. Our specialty is Icelandic and Scandinavian cuisine and we strive to create delicious meals from the best possible ingredients and to provide first-class service.

  • Fjallakofinn – City Center

    Fjallakofinn – City Center

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 510 9516 Website

    Fjallakofinn aka. "The Mountain Hut" is one of the largest outdoor retail stores in Iceland offering all types of high quality outdoors equipment. The company and its staff have extensive experience in traveling in the outdoors and outdoor activities in Iceland.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Hafnarfjörður

    Domino’s Pizza – Hafnarfjörður

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Handknitting Assocation of Iceland – Borgartún

    Handknitting Assocation of Iceland – Borgartún

    Close to Downtown +354 552 1890 Website

    The handknitting association of Iceland offers a wide selection of traditional handknitted Icelandic sweaters as well as special designs and a variety of Icelandic woollen products.

  • Ísafold Restaurant

    Ísafold Restaurant

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8535 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Beer: 600 kr.$4.82*€4.37*£3.69*
    Wine: 900 kr.$7.22*€6.55*£5.53*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    Charming and textured restaurant located on an animated side street in the heart of Reykjavik; a real hidden gem. At Ísafold, we take pride in offering our guests attentive and personal service, as well as a delectable and creative menu.

  • The Design Museum of Iceland

    The Design Museum of Iceland

    Located in the centre of Garðabær, the museum collects and preserves items in connection with Icelandic design history, from the beginning of the 20th century to present day.

  • Láki Tours – Grundarfjörður

    Láki Tours – Grundarfjörður

    Láki Tours is a family-run whale watching company offering wonderful boats trips for whale watching, puffin tours and sea-angling trips. The company operates from three ports, Grundarfjörður, Ólafsvík and Hólmavík.

  • Kaldi Brewery Tour

    Kaldi Brewery Tour

    North East Iceland +354 466 2505 Website

    Bruggsmiðjan is the first microbrewery in Iceland. Kaldi has been from the beginning one of the most popular bottled beer in Iceland and has a lot of exciting things happening in the future.

  • Gentle Giants – Húsavík

    Gentle Giants – Húsavík

    North East Iceland +354 464 1500 Website

    Gentle Giants offers whale watching on traditional Icelandic oak boats and modern RIB speedboats, as well as other exciting seafaring adventures like sea angling, bird watching and island excursions. We operate from Húsavík, "the Whale Capital of Iceland", in the north and have more than 150 years of family history in the bay.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Borgarnes

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Borgarnes

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Powering the future

    Powering the future

    Ljósafoss Power Station uses sustainable energy from nature. It is a short drive from Reykjavik and a great place to experience the evolution of electricity. Here you can understand the significant steps the human race has taken to successfully harness this energy source.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Neskaupstaður

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Neskaupstaður

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Reykjavík Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn

    Reykjavík Art Museum – Ásmundarsafn

    Close to Downtown +354 411 6400 Website

    The sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893–1982) designed, worked and lived in this beautiful building now serving as a part of Reykjavík Art Museum.

  • ZO•ON Kringlan

    ZO•ON Kringlan

    Close to Downtown +354 557 1050 Website

    ZO•ON is for urban outdoor adventurers. We create clothes that give people the confidence to get out there and move freely between the city and nature – whatever the weather.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Raufarhöfn

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Raufarhöfn

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Blöndós

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Blöndós

    North West Iceland +354 452 4385 Website

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • The Icelandic Horse

    The Icelandic Horse

    The Icelandic Horse is a horse rental which offers high quality services and has been top ranked on TripAdvisor from the start. Small family firm with licensed local tour guides on all tours.

  • Handknitting Association of Iceland – Skólavörðustígur

    Handknitting Association of Iceland – Skólavörðustígur

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 552 1890 Website

    The handknitting association of Iceland offers a wide selection of traditional handknitted Icelandic sweaters as well as special designs and a variety of Icelandic woollen products.

  • Icelandic Museum of Rock ‘N’ Roll

    Icelandic Museum of Rock ‘N’ Roll

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 420 1030 Website

    At the Icelandic Museum of Rock ‘n’ Roll guests can walk through the history of Icelandic pop and rock music throughout the years. Guests can dive deeper into the history of each artist and listen to their music with the help of the Rock ‘n’ Roll app on the iPad guests receive during the visit.

  • JS Watch Co.

    JS Watch Co.

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 4100 Website

    JS Watch Company Reykjavik is a small Icelandic watch manufacturer and probably one of the world’s smallest manufacturers of stylish, quality watches. All the watches are designed and assembled by hand in Iceland.

  • Tjaldsvæði Þorlákshafnar

    Tjaldsvæði Þorlákshafnar

    The camp site has a service house with three toilets and facilities to wash the dishes as well as electricity. Next to the swimming pool is a football field, playground and the sports area.

  • Kaffitár – National Museum of Iceland

    Kaffitár – National Museum of Iceland

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 420 2734 Website

    Kaffitár is an Icelandic coffee roaster and operates five cafés and two bakeries. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Verslun Guðsteins

    Verslun Guðsteins

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 4301 Website

    Men's Clothing Store in the heart of Reykjavík since 1918.

  • Caruso Harbor

    Caruso Harbor

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 512 8181 Website

    Caruso Harbor offers tasty Icelandic and Italian cuisine. While dining you will have a chance to enjoy a beautiful view of the ocean. The restaurant is located down by Reykjavik´s old harbor, just a walking distance from the city centre.

  • Klébergslaug Pool

    Klébergslaug Pool

    Klébergs swimming pool is located in Kjalarnes,by the sea shore with a view out to the ocean. Close by are facilities for sea swimming for those who dare.

  • Glacier Lagoon

    Glacier Lagoon

    Glacier Lagoon offers exciting boat trips on Jökulsárlón Glacier lagoon in amphibian boats. During the excursion you sail among the huge icebergs in the picturesque scenery.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Selfoss

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Selfoss

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • ELDHEIMAR Volcano Museum

    ELDHEIMAR Volcano Museum

    South Iceland +3544882700

    Volcano museum of remembrance. A unique volcanic and geological exhibition about two of the most spectacular volcanos in Iceland. Surtsey, the island from 1963, listed as a natural wonder on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Heimaey, the dramatic eruption in 1973.

  • Vesturbæjarlaug Pool

    Vesturbæjarlaug Pool

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 411 5150

    Vesturbæjarlaug is a neighbourhood pool, located within walking distance of the city centre, not far away from many of the tourist attractions. The pool has an outdoor pool and children’s pool, steam bath and sauna. 

  • Europcar

    Europcar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 461 6000 Website

    Europcar is the largest car rental operator in Iceland located at all major airports throughout the country. The largest rental station is in Reykjavík and we are an Authorized Terminal Operator at Keflavik International Airport.

  • Feldur Verkstæði

    Feldur Verkstæði

    Close to Downtown +354 5880488 Website

    Feldur Versktæði is a family run fur brand that specializes in design and production of classic products that can last you a lifetime. Their goal is to make high quality fur products for everyone to enjoy.

  • Lana Matusa

    Lana Matusa

    Downtown Reykjavik + 354 551 5799 Website

    Near to the big church Hallgrímskirkja, you can find the notable Lana Matusa art ceramic studio gallery. Lana Matusa´s gallery offers a range of art works. The unique ceramics, sculptures, oil and acryl paintings, unique ceramic pictures, drawings are all designed and hand made by the artist.

  • SALKA VALKA fish and more

    SALKA VALKA fish and more

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 571 1289

    We like to think of Salka Valka as an extension of our own home-kitchen and living room. Experience a uniquely charming, soulful and welcoming atmosphere over hot & cold food, sandwiches & snacks, coffee drinks, organic teas & organic juices, wine & beer.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Gnoðarvogur

    Domino’s Pizza – Gnoðarvogur

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Blue Lagoon Shop

    Blue Lagoon Shop

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 4208849 Website

    The Blue Lagoon is one of 25 wonders of the world. Its geothermal seawater flows from volcanic aquifers 2000 meters within the earth, emerging at the surface enriched with silica, algae, and minerals—the foundational elements of Blue Lagoon skin care. If you are in Reykjavík and wish to experience the rejuvenating powers of the Blue Lagoon’s n

  • Domino’s Pizza – Fitjar

    Domino’s Pizza – Fitjar

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 58 12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Hafnargata

    Domino’s Pizza – Hafnargata

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 58 12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Kaffitár – Perlan

    Kaffitár – Perlan

    Close to Downtown +354 420 2726 Website

    Enjoy a great view with your cup of coffee at Perlan. Kaffitár is an Icelandic coffee roaster and operates five cafés and two bakeries. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Fjallakofinn – Kringlan

    Fjallakofinn – Kringlan

    Close to Downtown +354 510 9510 Website

    Fjallakofinn's main location is at Kringlan 7, right opposite the Kringlan Shopping Center, so when you visit you can also browse more than 180 stores next door.

  • Reykjavík Museum of Photography

    Reykjavík Museum of Photography

    Downtown Reykjavik (+354) 411 6300 Website

    A collection of six million photographs recording the rich history of Reykjavík and contemporary life. Various other exhibitions are held each year.

  • Vestmannaeyjar

    Vestmannaeyjar

    South Iceland

    Vestmannaeyjar, an archipelago of volcanic islands off the south coast with Heimaey being the only inhabited island. Two historical events have shaped this island, the Turkish invasion of 1627 and the devastating eruption of 1973. A project to unearth buried houses was named Pompeii of the North and is still ongoing.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy

    Lyfja Pharmacy

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Caruso

    Caruso

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 562 7335 Website

    A well-established family-run Italian restaurant situated in a restored historical building. Delicious Italian cuisine pasta dishes, pizzas and other meat dishes are offered in a cosy atmosphere.

  • The Icelandic Bar

    The Icelandic Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 517 6767 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    This bar has a great selection of Icelandic beers, serving up to 100 types of all available local beers. If beer isn’t your drink of choice, all liqueurs and spirits produced in Iceland are also available.

  • Sæta Svínið

    Sæta Svínið

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 555 2900 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    A gastropub in the heart of the city specializing in local food and beer. Live events such as Party Karaoke and Party Bingo make this pub a fun place to visit.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Skagaströnd

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Skagaströnd

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Matarkjallarinn – Food Cellar

    Matarkjallarinn – Food Cellar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 558 0000 Website

    Food Cellar is a restaurant, situated in a 160 year old building in the centre of Reykjavík. We like to think that Food is for your body and Music is for your soul.

  • Reykjavik Helicopters

    Reykjavik Helicopters

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 589 1000 Website

    Reykjavik Helicopters is Iceland’s Premium Helicopter Tour Provider. The fleet is made up of the most modern and meticulously maintained helicopters on the market.

  • Ísafold Spa

    Ísafold Spa

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8535 Website

    Ísafold SPA is a luxurious wellness center equipped with a sauna and a large hot tub. A massage room is located in the spa which offers the possibility to enjoy a variety of relaxing massage treatments. Perfect for a group of friends that would like to spend quality time together in the most relaxing and cozy atmosphere.

  • Kriunes Hotel

    Kriunes Hotel

    Hotel Kríunes is a small slice of paradise located on the outskirt of Reykjavík city. This family owned hotel was established in 1998 by Björn Ingi Stefánsson and his family. With special personalized service and a relaxed atmosphere, Hotel Kríunes makes you feel at home.

  • Salthúsið

    Salthúsið

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 699 2665 Website

    Salthúsið (The House of Bacalao) Restaurant of Grindavik is the first restaurant in Iceland specialising in the lowly codfish, bringing it up to new heights.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Nýbýlavegur

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Nýbýlavegur

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Pólar Hestar

    Pólar Hestar

    North East Iceland +354 896 1879 Website

    Riding tours in Northern Iceland, where the mountains of Fjördur Peninsula meet the Arctic Sea many legends tell about hidden homelands of the elves.

  • Fisherman´s Village

    Fisherman´s Village

    Located on Álftanes peninsula, this guest house offers cottage-style rooms with free WiFi , driftwood furniture and a flat-screen TV. Reykjavík city centre is 14 km away.

  • Whales of Iceland

    Whales of Iceland

    Downtown Reykjavik (+354) 571 0077 Website

    The largest whale exhibition in Europe, located at Grandi District, about a 15-minute walk from the town centre. The exhibition displays 23 man-made, life size models of the whales.

  • Glacier Tours Snæfellsjökull

    Glacier Tours Snæfellsjökull

    We offer memorable tours by snowcat and snowmobile to the top of the glacier Snæfellsjökull.

  • Láki Tours

    Láki Tours

    Whale watching adventures and puffin tours on Snæfellsnes. New trips from Hólmavík. Sightings of orcas, sperm whales and humpbacks as well as other species

  • DIVE.IS

    DIVE.IS

    Downtown Reykjavik +(354) 578 6200 Website

    Dive.is takes scuba divers and snorkelers from all over the world to some of Iceland’s and our planet’s most unique and amazing dive and snorkel sites since 1997.

  • Harpa Concert Hall

    Harpa Concert Hall

    Downtown Reykjavik (+354) 528 5000 Website

    The most distinguished landmark of Reykjavik is the cultural heart of the city. This glass edifice is the main venue for international music concerts and is home to the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, and the Opera.

  • Grillhúsið

    Grillhúsið

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 527 5000 Website

    One of the city’s favorite Rock‘n’Roll Steakhouses. They offer a diverse menu of steaks, burgers, Tex Mex food and more at affordable prices.

  • Breiðholtslaug Pool

    Breiðholtslaug Pool

    Icelanders love using the swimming pools as a way of relaxing and socializing. There are seven swimming pools in Reykjavik alone and almost every town in Iceland has a public swimming pool, each with its own character and features.

  • Akureyri Fish and Chips

    Akureyri Fish and Chips

    North East Iceland +354 414 6050 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Beer: 1000 kr.$8.03*€7.28*£6.14*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    Fresh fish is our pride and joy but our fish soup and „plokkari“ are second to none in taste and style. Try some fermented shark with the Icelandic Brennivin.

  • Farmers & Friends – Grandi

    Farmers & Friends – Grandi

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 552 1960 Website

    Farmers Market is an Icelandic design company and clothing brand, founded in 2005. With strong ties to the vibrant Icelandic music and design scene. There are two Farmers & Friends shops, One in Laugavegur and the other in the Grandi district.

  • Kruðerí Kaffitárs – Nýbýlavegur

    Kruðerí Kaffitárs – Nýbýlavegur

    Kruðerí Kaffitárs is an artisan bakery and café. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Eldhestar

    Eldhestar

    Eldhestar provide horse riding tours from a unique location between volcanoes, rivers and the ocean only about 30 minutes drive from Reykjavik, in the heart of Iceland‘s south-western countryside.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Patreksfjörður

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Patreksfjörður

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Fjallabyggð

    Fjallabyggð

    North East Iceland +354 464 9100 Website

    The municipality of Fjallabyggð came into being as an administrative unit when the community of Ólafsfjörður community and the municipality of Siglufjörður were merged in 2006. The population of Fjallabyggð is around 2.015. The construction of the Héðinsfjörður tunnel, which links the two regional centres, has made the Tröllaskagi penin

  • Kaffitár – Höfðatorg

    Kaffitár – Höfðatorg

    Close to Downtown 420-2738 Website

    Kaffitár is an Icelandic coffee roaster and operates five cafés and two bakeries. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Grafarvogslaug Pool

    Grafarvogslaug Pool

    Icelanders love using the swimming pools as a way of relaxing and socializing. There are seven swimming pools in Reykjavik alone and almost every town in Iceland has a public swimming pool, each with its own character and features.

  • Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum

    Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum

    Close to Downtown +3545159608 Website

    The Sigurjón Ólafsson Museum houses sculptures and drawings by sculptor Sigurjón Ólafsson, along with sources of information about the artist. It serves as a centre for research on his art.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Búðardalur

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Búðardalur

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Domino’s Pizza

    Domino’s Pizza

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 58 12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Grindavík

    Grindavík

    Reykjanes Peninsula

    Grindavík is one of the biggest fish processing towns in Iceland with an active, industrious harbour. During the summer there is an exhibition of boats from Grindavík along the road of Seljabót near the harbour. At the Icelandic Salt Fish Museum, you will learn how salt fish has had a great influence on life in the country.

  • Stykkishólmur

    Stykkishólmur

    West Iceland

    Stykkishólmur is a charming town with beautifully maintained old houses. It has an industrious harbour where boat trips around Breiðarfjörður are offered as well as the ferry Baldur to Flatey island and Brjánslækur in the West Fjords.

    The Norwegian House serves as a regional museum for the Snæfellsnes area and it is worth visiting

  • The Beer Spa

    The Beer Spa

    North East Iceland +354 4142828 Website

    Bjórböðin Spa is a unique luxury beer spa owned by the microbrewery Kaldi in Árskógssandur, North east Iceland. Sit in a barrel of warm beer while sipping a cold one.

  • Sundlaug Þorlákshafnar

    Sundlaug Þorlákshafnar

    South Iceland 4803890

    One of the best swimming pool facilities in the South. Nice indoor activity pool for kids, new hot tubs outside and great water slides. The camping site is next to the swimming pool area.

  • Þorlákshöfn

    Þorlákshöfn

    South Iceland

    Þorlákshöfn, the only active fishing village on the south coast due to its natural harbour. It is also the ferry connection for the Westman Islands. Hendur í Höfn is a coffee shop and glass art gallery offering 4-hour courses in glass art. Some of the furniture is made from recycled palettes, giving the coffee shop its unique ambience.

  • Farmers & Friends

    Farmers & Friends

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 552 1960 Website

    Farmers Market is an Icelandic design company and clothing brand, founded in 2005. With strong ties to the vibrant Icelandic music and design scene. There are two Farmers & Friends shops, One in Laugavegur and the other in the Grandi district.

  • Geysir Bistro

    Geysir Bistro

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 517-4300 Website

    An ideal place to sit down in a cozy environment and watch the bustling life rushing by while enjoying quality food at a reasonable price.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Sauðárkrókur

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Sauðárkrókur

    North West Iceland +354 453 5700 Website

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Seal Watching Hvammstangi

    Seal Watching Hvammstangi

    North West Iceland +354 8979900 Website

    Seal Watching Hvammstangi offers boat trips from Hvammstangi around Miðfjörður and Húnaflói during the summer, giving you the opportunity to watch seals in their natural environment. Seal Waching boat tours are offered from 15. May until 30. September each year.

  • Út í bláinn

    Út í bláinn

    Close to Downtown +354 420 2727 Website

    Enjoy a lively atmosphere in an incredible setting. The restaurant focuses on seasonal ingredients where Icelandic culinary traditions meet classic European Cuisine.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Fjarðagata

    Domino’s Pizza – Fjarðagata

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Kaffitár – Kringlan

    Kaffitár – Kringlan

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 420-2724 Website

    Kaffitár is an Icelandic coffee roaster and operates five cafés and two bakeries. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • The Icelandic Phallological  Museum

    The Icelandic Phallological Museum

    Close to Downtown +354 561 6663 Website

    The internationally renowned penis museum is the only museum in the world which contains a collection of phallic specimens belonging to every species of mammal found in a single country.

  • Apotek Kitchen + Bar

    Apotek Kitchen + Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551-0011 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    The restaurant is casual-smart, offering delicious food in a vibrant atmosphere and stylish surroundings.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Ísafjörður

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Ísafjörður

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach

    Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach

    Downtown Reykjavik Website

    At the bottom of the Öskjuhlíð hill, you can find the man-made beach at Nauthólsvík. Set within a 3.5 km walk from the town centre and only a 1.3 km walk from the Pearl.

  • Jörgensen Kitchen & Bar

    Jörgensen Kitchen & Bar

    Close to Downtown +354 595 8565 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Beer: 600 kr.$4.82*€4.37*£3.69*
    Wine: 900 kr.$7.22*€6.55*£5.53*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    The atmosphere at Jörgensen Kitchen & Bar is lovely and welcoming. The restaurant is sectioned in a way that we can welcome larger groups without interrupting more intimate dining experiences.

  • Kaldi Bar

    Kaldi Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 581 2200 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Small, cosy and very busy. Only Icelandic beers for sale. Be early, because it can get crowded as it is very popular.

  • The Irishman Pub

    The Irishman Pub

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 581 2020 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 12:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 750 kr.$6.02*€5.46*£4.61*
    Wine: 750 kr.$6.02*€5.46*£4.61*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    The Irishman Pub is a new addition to the thriving pub & bar culture in Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. Located in the heart of downtown at Klapparstígur 27.

  • Kruðerí Kaffitárs – Stórhöfði

    Kruðerí Kaffitárs – Stórhöfði

    Kruðerí Kaffitárs is an artisan bakery and café. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Hraunbær

    Domino’s Pizza – Hraunbær

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Húsavík Whale Museum

    Húsavík Whale Museum

    North East Iceland +354 414 2800 Website

    The Húsavík Whale Museum is a non-profit organization founded in 1997. The aim of the museum is to convey information about whales, marine ecology and the interaction of whales and humans through history in an entertaining and interesting way.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Egilsstaðir

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Egilsstaðir

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Whale Watching Akureyri

    Whale Watching Akureyri

    North East Iceland +354 497 1000 Website

    We represent Elding, Whale Safari and Ambassador in Akureyri, North Iceland. Our year-round tours are mainly focused on humpback whale whatching in Eyjafjörður, although cetacean such as minke whales, dolphins, porpoises and other bigger whales can be seen occasionally.

  • American Bar

    American Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354-571-9999 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 800 kr.$6.42*€5.82*£4.91*
    Wine: 900 kr.$7.22*€6.55*£5.53*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    The place to go for American culture and entertainment. It is a diner-style bar, serving American greats such as buffalo wings and burgers. American whiskey and beers.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Þingeyri

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Þingeyri

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Mývatn

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Mývatn

    North East Iceland +354 464 0662 Website

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Höfn

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Höfn

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Icelandic Knives

    Icelandic Knives

    Close to Downtown +354 894950 Website

    Mr. Johann Vilhjalmsson, master knife- and gunsmith, has been custom making knives since 1994. At that time he was a Gunsmithing apprentice at the School of the Gunsmiths in Liege, Belgium.

  • ZO•ON Factory Store – Kópavogur

    ZO•ON Factory Store – Kópavogur

    ZO•ON is for urban outdoor adventurers. We create clothes that give people the confidence to get out there and move freely between the city and nature – whatever the weather.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Akureyri

    Domino’s Pizza – Akureyri

    North East Iceland +354 58 12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Snorrastofa in Reykholt

    Snorrastofa in Reykholt

    Welcome to Snorrastofa in Reykholt, West Iceland Reykholt in West Iceland is a very important historical site, a cultural centre in past and present. One of the most remarkable Icelanders of all time, historian, scholar and chieftain Snorri Sturluson lived in Reykholt from 1206 until his death in 1241. His works; Heimskringla, Edda and Egil’s Sag

  • Árbær Open Air Museum

    Árbær Open Air Museum

    Árbæjarsafn is an open-air museum and comprises a collection of over 20 houses from the 19.th century that guests are invited to visit.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Lóuhólar

    Domino’s Pizza – Lóuhólar

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Árbæjarlaug Pool

    Árbæjarlaug Pool

    Árbæjarlaug is located in the vicinity of Árbaer Open Air museum and is one of the suburban pools in Reykjavík that has very good facilities for children.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Nóatún

    Domino’s Pizza – Nóatún

    Close to Downtown +354 58-12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Reykjavík Maritime Museum

    Reykjavík Maritime Museum

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 411 6300 Website

    The Reykjavik Maritime Museum has both permanent and temporary exhibitions depicting the fishing history of Iceland as well as other exhibits pertaining to the ocean. The latest exhibition is Melckmeyt 1659 - Underwater Archaeological Survey.

  • Hreyfill Taxi

    Hreyfill Taxi

    Founded in 1943, Hreyfill Taxi is one of Iceland’s most respected taxi services. Besides providing comfort and convenient transportation around Reykjavik.

  • Kaffitár – Bankastræti

    Kaffitár – Bankastræti

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 420 2732 Website

    Kaffitár is an Icelandic coffee roaster and operates five cafés and two bakeries. You can expect a cozy atmosphere, direct trade specialty coffee and artisan breads, pastries and cakes.

  • Jómfrúin

    Jómfrúin

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 55 10 100 Website

    In the heart of Reykjavík, this restaurant has been serving their famous Danish sandwiches for over 20 years. During summer, the back patio is a popular venue for jazz lovers.

  • National Museum of Iceland

    National Museum of Iceland

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 530 2200 Website

    The National Museum gives a comprehensive picture of Iceland's history. Making of a Nation, Heritage and History in Iceland is a permanent exhibition.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Mosfellsbær

    Domino’s Pizza – Mosfellsbær

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Viking Village

    Viking Village

    Viking feast with food, drinks and live music, served in a hall resembling those of the Middle Ages. The Viking Village is not only a restaurant, it plays a role in many cultural events. It offers live music most evenings.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Smáratorg

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Smáratorg

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Forréttabarinn

    Forréttabarinn

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 517 1800 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    With a downtown New York vibe, but right in the charming historical centre of Reykjavík, Forréttabarinn makes an ideal spot to get your night started.

  • Gistihúsið – Lake Hotel

    Gistihúsið – Lake Hotel

    North East Iceland +354 471 1114 Website

    Gistihúsið – Lake Hotel Egilsstadir is an established and renowned, family-run, hotel in a farming district.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Stykkishólmur

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Stykkishólmur

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Akranes

    Domino’s Pizza – Akranes

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • The Drunk Rabbit Irish Pub

    The Drunk Rabbit Irish Pub

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 553 1041 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 12:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 600 kr.$4.82*€4.37*£3.69*
    Wine: 800 kr.$6.42*€5.82*£4.91*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    The Drunk Rabbit is an authentic Irish pub in the heart of down town Reykjavik. Happy hours from 12-19 every day and live music every night!

  • Guðbrandur & Tína Jewellers

    Guðbrandur & Tína Jewellers

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 552 3485

    Unique jewellery made by Guðbrandur and Tína Jezorski.

  • Hafið Bláa

    Hafið Bláa

    Sitting on a narrow strip of land between the estuary at the Ölfusá River and the open North Atlantic Ocean, Hafið Bláa offers up spectacular panoramic views with your meal.

  • Reykjavik’s Swimming Pools

    Reykjavik’s Swimming Pools

    Reykjavik Area Website

    Icelanders love using the swimming pools as a way of relaxing and socializing. There are seven swimming pools in Reykjavik alone and almost every town in Iceland has a public swimming pool, each with its own character and features.

  • Krauma

    Krauma

    Krauma is a nattural geothermal baths and spa at Deildartunguhver. Europe´s most powerful hot spring. The cold water comes from Ok, Iceland´s smallest glacier.

  • Seatours

    Seatours

    They offer tours to different islands and locations like The Westman Islands, Flatey Island, Brjánslækur, Stykkishólmur.

  • Reykjavik Raincoats

    Reykjavik Raincoats

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 571 1177 Website

    “If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute...” is the popular and alarmingly accurate phrase Icelanders use to describe their ever-changing environment. People here know that it’s always best to be prepared for the worst. And when the south east wind comes howling in carrying its precious cargo of rain, you can forget about opening an

  • Domino’s Pizza – Skógarlind

    Domino’s Pizza – Skógarlind

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Elding Whale Watching

    Elding Whale Watching

    Downtown Reykjavik +(354) 519 5000 Website

    Elding Whale Watching offers the most talked-about whale watching and sea adventure tours in Iceland. With decades of experience, we provide responsible whale watching tours, year-round.

  • Shalimar Pakistani Cuisine

    Shalimar Pakistani Cuisine

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 0292 Website

    Pakistani Tandoori & Curry Cuisine

  • Hotel Viking

    Hotel Viking

    This Viking-themed hotel is in the seaside town of Hafnarfjordur. Parking, WiFi and access to a sauna and hot tub are all free.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Nýbýlavegur

    Domino’s Pizza – Nýbýlavegur

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Reykjavik Segway Tours

    Reykjavik Segway Tours

    Downtown Reykjavik +(354) 897 2790 Website

    Reykjavik Segway tours offers scheduled Segway tours in Reykjavik in summer and on demand all year.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Skúlagata

    Domino’s Pizza – Skúlagata

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 58-12345 Website

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Reyðarfjörður

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Reyðarfjörður

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Baðhúsið SPA

    Baðhúsið SPA

    Baðhúsið – SPA is situated on the ground floor of Gistihúsið – Lake Hotel Egilsstadir. It features a comfortable, indoor hot tub (40°C) and a mild sauna which combines the comforts of the steam room and the dry sauna.

  • ZO•ON – City Centre

    ZO•ON – City Centre

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 557 1050 Website

    ZO•ON is for urban outdoor adventurers. We create clothes that give people the confidence to get out there and move freely between the city and nature – whatever the weather.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Spöng

    Domino’s Pizza – Spöng

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Domino’s Pizza – Garðatorg

    Domino’s Pizza – Garðatorg

    Domino‘s is the number 1 pizza in Iceland. We only use quality raw material in our top quality products. Persistence is very important and our customers can expect to get the same quality at all times in all our 23 stores.

  • Laugar Spa – World Class

    Laugar Spa – World Class

    Close to Downtown +354 553 0000 Website

    Laugar Spa is a first-class beauty and massage center where the best professionals take care of providing clients with good service and relaxation.

  • Kaffi Lækur

    Kaffi Lækur

    Close to Downtown +354 537 6556 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 750 kr.$6.02*€5.46*£4.61*
    Wine: 900 kr.$7.22*€6.55*£5.53*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    A speciality café and art gallery in the Laugardalur valley that offers healthy sourdough flatbreads, salads and sandwiches as well as delicious soups and dish-of-the-day.

  • ZO•ON Iceland

    ZO•ON Iceland

    ZO•ON is for urban outdoor adventurers. We create clothes that give people the confidence to get out there and move freely between the city and nature – whatever the weather.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Grundarfjörður

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Grundarfjörður

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Sumac Restaurant

    Sumac Restaurant

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 537 9900 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Beer: 750 kr.$6.02*€5.46*£4.61*
    Wine: 950 kr.$7.62*€6.91*£5.84*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    Sumac has quickly become a local favourite with its great food and vibrant ambiance. From appetizers to cocktails, Tuesday lunch time to late-night Friday Happy Hours, Sumac is a hot spot for many occasions.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Lágmúli

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Lágmúli

    Close to Downtown +354 533 2300 Website

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Efstidalur

    Efstidalur

    Ice-cream and Hamburgers. In Efstidalur you will get a unique and different experience. Right in the middle of the Golden Circle, you get a glance of the farm life in Iceland. This family farm has opened up for tourists and offers a variety of products straight from the farm, such as the famous ice cream, skyr and feta cheese. The restaurant also o

  • Aurora Reykjavík

    Aurora Reykjavík

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 780-4500 Website

    Immerse yourself in the fascinating spectacle of the Northern Lights, discover how cultures around the world perceive them, and learn to adjust your camera’s settings to best capture the auroras.

  • Rauða Húsið

    Rauða Húsið

    Rauða Húsið (The Red House) serves up exquisite meals in a romantically rustic setting. Located in a historic house in the 19th-century trading hub of Eyrarbakki on the south coast, it is a stop not to miss on your Golden Circle or South coast trip.

  • Lyfja Pharmacy – Reykjanesbær

    Lyfja Pharmacy – Reykjanesbær

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 421 6565 Website

    Lyfja is one of the oldest private pharmacies in Iceland, having first opened its doors in 1996. Today Lyfja runs and operates more than 30 pharmacies all over Iceland. Lyfja strives to provide excellent services, a good selection of products and fair pricing that is the same everywhere.

  • Café Loki

    Café Loki

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 466 2828 Website

    This is where you experience typical Icelandic hospitality while you indulge in traditional Icelandic food. Family-owned, the restaurant makes use of recipes that have been passed on from one generation to the next.

  • Moby Dick Restaurant

    Moby Dick Restaurant

    North East Iceland 464 1220 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    The restaurant has a distinct personality as the whale themed decor is again dominant in this hotel area. At Moby Dick Restaurant you can enjoy a drink or two before after a thrilling day in the Húsavík area. As we, at Fosshotel, always try to work with the local community, the menu is mostly based on local ingredients, and is especially known f

  • Icewear Visitor Centre & Store

    Icewear Visitor Centre & Store

    Close to Downtown +354 585 0503 Website

    Wool clothing, souvenirs and outdoor clothing, designed in Iceland to meet the unpredictable Icelandic weather. The Icewear Visitor Centre and Store is only open in the summer when cruise ships are at the dock. Be Warm - Be Well

  • Icewear – Laugavegur

    Icewear – Laugavegur

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 585 0507 Website

    Icewear is a leading Icelandic manufacturer and reseller of wool products, souvenirs, and outdoor gear. Designed to suit the unpredictable weather of the Icelandic climate and unique landscape, everyone should have a chance to enjoy the outdoors, wearing Icewear clothing.

  • Camping Iceland

    Camping Iceland

    Camping Iceland specializes in renting out 4x4 Campers and Camping cars, equipped with all the camping gear needed for a pleasurable travel in Iceland. We own and run a large fleet, specially designed to give you an experience of a lifetime. We really do care about our customers, as our mission is to make you happy by offering the best possible

  • Fosshotel Stykkishólmur

    Fosshotel Stykkishólmur

    Fosshotel Stykkisholmur is a 3-star hotel in a fishing village of Stykkishólmur, sometimes called the town of thousand islands. The atmosphere of this beautiful town is set by old houses that make you feel like a time traveler. It is an ideal destination for those who are visiting the Snæfellsnes peninsula or exploring the spectacular wildlife

  • Icewear – Strandgata

    Icewear – Strandgata

    North East Iceland +354 460 7451 Website

    Icewear is a clothing and souvenirs store which offers a wide selection of outdoor clothing, wool sweaters, wool blankets and all kind of souvenirs.

  • Fosshotel Hekla Restaurant

    Fosshotel Hekla Restaurant

    South Iceland +354 486 5540 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:30PM.
    Happy Hour

    Fosshotel Hekla offers a great restaurant with 180° view over the beautiful scenery surrounding the hotel. In right conditions, the location can be ideal for spotting the Northern Lights. The restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients, acquired from farmers in the local area.

  • CenterHotel Arnarhvoll

    CenterHotel Arnarhvoll

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8540 Website

    CenterHotel Arnarhvoll and its surroundings boast an extensive choice of services for business, holiday and leisure. With 104 stylish rooms, top floor restaurant & bar, wellness area, good service, and spectacular views, Arnarhvoll offers everything you need for a memorable stay in Reykjavik.

  • Costco Iceland

    Costco Iceland

    Reykjavik Area +354 532 5555

    Costco Iceland opened in May 2017. Just like other Costco warehouses, Costco Iceland offers one of the largest and most exclusive product category selections to be found under one roof.

  • Fosshotel Lind

    Fosshotel Lind

    Close to Downtown +354 562 3350 Website

    Fosshotel Lind, centrally located in Reykjavík, is near Laugavegur, the city’s main shopping area. Numerous restaurants, cafés, shops, museums and art galleries can be found just around the corner as well as one of Reykjavík’s largest city park. The hotel features 78 rooms in the quiet neighborhood of Rauðarárstígur.

  • Grand Brasserie

    Grand Brasserie

    Close to Downtown +354 514 8000 Website

    Grand Brasserie welcomes you to its modern and elegant surroundings where our job is to treat you in a unique way. Variety of delicious dishes compliment our menu emphasizing Icelandic and Nordic cuisine. We take pride in using only top quality ingredients. We are also pleased to give you a great variety of wines carefully selected by our experts.

  • Icewear – Westman Islands

    Icewear – Westman Islands

    Icewear is an Icelandic manufacturer of wool products and outdoor clothing. Our clothes are designed in Iceland to meet the unpredictability of the harsh Icelandic weather. Be Warm - Be Well

  • Fosshotel Nupar Restaurant

    Fosshotel Nupar Restaurant

    South Iceland +354 517 3060 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Unwind after a productive day at the romantic restaurant at Fosshotel Núpar. There is nothing more relaxing than dining with the ones you love, watching the sunset (or not set) in the Eldhraun lava field which surrounds the hotel. With the scenery surrounding the hotel, your dinner experience is unlike anything else at Fosshotel Núpar.

  • Downtown Charm Reykjavík

    Downtown Charm Reykjavík

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 4192816 Website

    Our apartments are only downtown Reykjavik, within a walking distance from all the nice restaurants and the most favorable attractions.

  • Fosshotel Vatnajökull

    Fosshotel Vatnajökull

    Fosshotel Vatnajökull is an attractive hotel in the southeast of Iceland with a spellbinding view of the magnificant glacier Vatnajökull. In beautiful surroundings, the hotel has been designed to make sure your stay is as peaceful and relaxing as possible.

  • CenterHotel Plaza

    CenterHotel Plaza

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8550 Website

    CenterHotel Plaza provides the comfort and the location to enjoy all that Reykjavik city center has to offer. Fully equipped meeting and conference facilities are available; the hotel is ideal for business and leisure. The hotel is situated next to Ingolfstorg the main square in the heart of the old city. With a wide variety of restaurants, cafés,

  • Fosshotel Vatnajokull Restaurant

    Fosshotel Vatnajokull Restaurant

    South Iceland 478 2555 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Enjoy a nice evening or lunch at the Fosshotel Vatnajökul's Restaurant.

    The ingredients come from local farmers and fishermen where the spotlight is on the langoustine, the fjord's most renowned dish but the langoustine fishing industry is creating over 100 jobs in the small town of Höfn. Check the restaurant's site for menus and bookin

  • Icewear Wool House

    Icewear Wool House

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 585 0506 Website

    Icewear has been designing and producing authentic Icelandic wool products since 1972. Be Warm - Be Well.

  • Fosshotel Eastfjords

    Fosshotel Eastfjords

    Located on the east coast of Iceland, Fáskrúðsfjörður is celebrated for its majestic nature and beautiful scenery. Fosshotel Eastfjords operates in 4 historic buildings previously made for French fishermen.

  • Icemart – Skólavörðustígur

    Icemart – Skólavörðustígur

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 585 8530 Website

    A vast selection of Icelandic souvenirs and wool products.

  • L’Abri restaurant

    L’Abri restaurant

    L'Abri restaurant is located in Fosshotel Eastfjords in Fáskrúðsfjörður is celebrated for its majestic nature and beautiful scenery. The restaurants view is spectacular, overseeing the beautiful fjord. Fosshotel Eastfjords operates in 4 historic buildings previously made for French fishermen in the years between 1898 - 1907. The most famous o

  • Fosshotel Hekla

    Fosshotel Hekla

    The hotel is located close to Mt. Hekla in South Iceland, is surrounded by some of Iceland's most stunning sights. Volcanoes Eyjafjallajökull and Fimmvörðuháls are close by. Then there's the famed Golden Circle and the beautiful hiking trails around it. The highlands of Landmannalaugar, Kjölur and Sprengisandur are within an easy reach and

  • Stracta Bistro Restaurant

    Stracta Bistro Restaurant

    Stracta Bistro is located on the ground floor of Stracta hotel. Guests can enjoy a variety of dishes during both lunch and dinner time.

  • Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir

    Reykjavík Art Museum – Kjarvalsstaðir

    Close to Downtown +354 411 6420 Website

    Kjarvalsstaðir houses the works of one of Iceland’s most influential and recognised artists, Jóhannes S. Kjarval. The exhibitions at Kjarvalsstaðir focus primarily on paintings and sculptures of the established masters of modern art.

  • Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús

    Reykjavík Art Museum – Hafnarhús

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 411 6400 Website

    The old harbour warehouse, Hafnarhús, offers a progressive exhibition program with local and international contemporary artists. The work of current notables, art canons and newcomers are presented in six galleries.

  • The Beer Garden

    The Beer Garden

    Close to Downtown +354 531 9030 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    The Beer Garden offers a multitude of delicious beer, both on tap and bottled beer from all over the world. We are specialists when it comes to pairing the right food with the right beer and firmly believe that beer elevates every meal. The Beer Garden is located in Fosshotel Reykjavik.

  • Fosshotel Hellnar

    Fosshotel Hellnar

    This hotel is everything people look for in a charming country hotel, near Kirkjufell mountain. The hotel is located right beneath Snæfellsjökull Glacier, a national park made famous in the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth.

  • Icewear

    Icewear

    Reykjavik Area Website

    In our various Icewear stores around Iceland, you can find warm outdoor and wool clothing to suit the cold Icelandic climate. Be Warm - Be Well

  • CenterHotel Þingholt

    CenterHotel Þingholt

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8530 Website

    CenterHotel Thingholt is designed by the Icelandic architect Gulla Jonsdottir. Gulla owns G+ Gulla Jonsdottir Design in Los Angeles. She has taken part in designing several hotels in the United States, such as the Crescent Hotel in Beverly Hills and Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

  • Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon

    Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon

    The location is perfect for nature lovers, as the hotel is right between Skaftafell and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, two of Iceland's most spectacular natural attractions; a hiker's paradise. Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon offers 104 rooms with all necessary amenities. The restaurant at the hotel has a seating capacity of 150.

  • Fosshotel Mývatn

    Fosshotel Mývatn

    North East Iceland +354 453 0000 Website

    Fosshotel Mývatn offers 92 rooms in wonderful surroundings north of Lake Mývatn, within 100 km from the Akureyri Airport. The hotel is designed by award-winning architectures and features almost exclusively low-environmental impact materials.

  • Fosshotel Baron

    Fosshotel Baron

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 562 3204 Website

    Historical hotel standing prominently in the heart of Reykjavík, near the seafront, within walking distance from many popular shops and attractions. Enjoy a scenic walk by the seaside, visit the prestigious Harpa Concert Hall and try some of Reykjavík's great restaurants and cafés, all just a stone's throw from the hotel.

  • CenterHotel Klöpp

    CenterHotel Klöpp

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8520 Website

    Offering 46 comfortable rooms, breakfast area, hotel bar, friendly service and a warm welcoming atmosphere. In the evening the lobby lounge area turns into a nice bar area where you can relax. Happy Hour is at the bar every day from 16 to 18. Each room at Klopp has a mini-bar that can be stocked upon request, hairdryer, shower, flat screen TV.

  • Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon Restaurant

    Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon Restaurant

    South Iceland 514 8300 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Located right under the highest peak of Iceland, Hvannadalshnúkur (2.110m) at Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon, we aim to take you on a food journey like you've never experienced before. The cooking is inspired by the Icelandic nature where we emphasize on quality and creativity in our dishes. The restaurant offers seating for up to 180 people in a geome

  • Fosshotel Hellnar Restaurant

    Fosshotel Hellnar Restaurant

    Fosshotel Hellnar presents a lovely little restaurant inside the hotel serving unique Icelandic dishes in a unique atmosphere. The restaurant offers excellent views of Hellnar's beautiful cliffed coasts where Orcas are regularly spotted swimming in the ocean.

  • Restaurant Skel

    Restaurant Skel

    The West Fjords 456 2004 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Restaurant Skel is a modern restaurant at Fosshotel Westfjords with a warm hearted service and cozy atmosphere in the lovely town of Patreksfjörður, with most of its ingredients straight from farmers.

  • The Sigurgeirs Bird Museum

    The Sigurgeirs Bird Museum

    North East Iceland +354 464 4477 Website

    The Sigurgeir’s Bird Museum at Ytri-Neslönd on the shores of Lake Mývatn is a comprehensive private bird collection resulting from one man’s passion, Sigurgeir Stefánsson.

  • Fosshotel Reykjavík

    Fosshotel Reykjavík

    Close to Downtown +354 531 9000 Website

    Fosshotel Reykjavík, Iceland’s largest hotel stands prominently in Reykjavík’s business district, only a short walk from the main shopping area. With 16 floors, many of our rooms offer magnificent views of the city and the bay area.

  • Reykjavík Röst

    Reykjavík Röst

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 527 777 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 650 kr.$5.22*€4.73*£3.99*
    Wine: 750 kr.$6.02*€5.46*£4.61*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    Reykjavík Röst is a coffee house and bar by the Old Reykjavík Harbour. We pride ourselves of the best view in town and we serve quality coffee and homemade grilled sandwiches on sourdough bread.

  • CenterHotel Skjaldbreið

    CenterHotel Skjaldbreið

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8510 Website

    CenterHotel Skjaldbreid is located on an enviable central spot on Laugavegur. Reykjavik’s main shopping street holds the main shops and a vast variety of cafés, bars and restaurants. The hotel offers 33 warm and comfortable rooms along with a breakfast area and a personal and friendly service.

  • Icewear Outlet

    Icewear Outlet

    Icewear offers outdoor and wool clothing to keep you warm on your Iceland travel. Be Warm - Be Well

  • Icewear Magasín

    Icewear Magasín

    Icewear Magasín offers a range of brands, including Icewear, Helly Hansen, Salewa and Asolo. Icewear clothing consists of outdoor clothing and authentic wool products, which are sure to keep you warm as you travel through Iceland. Be Warm - Be Well

  • Fosshotel Stykkishólmur Restaurant

    Fosshotel Stykkishólmur Restaurant

    West Iceland 430 2100 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    As the hotel is located upon a hill, the restaurant offers a wonderful view over the fishing village and the islands surrounding the area. Unique experience and friendly multi-lingual staff is what you will find at the Fosshotel Stykkishólmur restaurant.

  • Fosshotel Núpar

    Fosshotel Núpar

    Fosshotel Núpar is a comfortable and ideally located hotel in one of Iceland's most glorious landscapes. Surrounded by lava fields, it offers a spectacular view of Vatnajökull, the world‘s largest glacier outside the Arctic. Fosshotel Núpar is near many of Iceland's natural attractions such as Mount Lómagnúpur, Skaftafell National Park, t

  • Special Tours

    Special Tours

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 560 8800 Website

    Special Tours Wildlife Adventures offer Whale Watching tours, Puffin tours, Sea Angling, Northern Lights excursions as well as Reykjavík by sea cultural tours.

  • Haust Restaurant

    Haust Restaurant

    Close to Downtown +354 531 9020 Website

    Haust Restaurant is located in Fosshotel Reykjavik close to the city center. One-of-a-kind dinner buffet every night with variety of tasty starters, main courses and deserts. All weekdays, Monday to Friday we offer lunch buffet and on weekends we offer an outstanding brunch buffet.

  • Fosshotel Westfjords

    Fosshotel Westfjords

    Fosshotel Westfjords is a three-star hotel in the small fishing village of Patreksfjörður, gateway to some of Iceland greatest attractions. Close to Fosshotel Westfjords is Látrabjarg Nesting Cliff, the magnificent Dynjandi Waterfall and Rauðisandur, the fascinating red sand beach.

  • Fosshotel Myvatn Restaurant

    Fosshotel Myvatn Restaurant

    North East Iceland +354 453 0000 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    At Fosshotel Mývatn Restaurant, we offer Icelandic cuisine at its best. Fosshotel Mývatn's restaurant is truly one of North Iceland hidden gems offering spectacular views over lake Mývatn.

  • Fosshotel Húsavík

    Fosshotel Húsavík

    North East Iceland +354 464 1220 Website

    Fosshotel Húsavík is a well-equipped hotel in the heart of Húsavík, just walking distance from the harbor. Húsavík’s main attraction is the sensational whale watching tours. Húsavík is called the "Whale Watching Capital of Europe".

  • Uppsalir Bar & Café

    Uppsalir Bar & Café

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 514 6000 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Uppsalir Bar & Café is located in the city center in Hotel Reykjavík Centrum. The hotel is located on Aðalstræti, one of Reykjavík’s oldest streets, in a newly renovated building, the oldest part of which was built in 1764.We’re about classic and inspired cooking, good food and cocktails to match. We love food and are dedicated to ensur

  • Icewear – Akureyri

    Icewear – Akureyri

    North East Iceland +354 460 7450 Website

    Find warm outdoor clothing and wool products to keep you warm.
    Be Warm - Be Well

  • Icemart – Laugavegur

    Icemart – Laugavegur

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 585 0010 Website

    Vast selection of Icelandic souvenirs and authentic wool products.

  • Fosshotel Rauðará

    Fosshotel Rauðará

    Close to Downtown +354 514 7000 Website

    In the central Reykjavík, only 150 m from Laugavegur shopping street and 50 m from Klambratún city park. With Hallgrímskirkja church only 1 km away the location is perfect for those who want to explore Reykjavík at its best.

  • Perlan – Wonders of Iceland

    Perlan – Wonders of Iceland

    Close to Downtown +354 566 9000 Website

    At Perlan you truly get to know Iceland, an island born of fire and ice. Scientific wonders come alive all around you – volcanoes, northern lights, glaciers, oceanic wonders, seabirds & so much more. You explore a real ice cave, sit back in a first-class Planetarium, have fun with interactive spectacles & enjoy views all over Reykjavik.

  • Hotel Reykjavík Centrum

    Hotel Reykjavík Centrum

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 514 6000 Website

    This downtown Reykjavík hotel stands in the bustling city center within walking distance of some of Iceland's the best museums, restaurants and bars.

  • Centerhotel Miðgarður

    Centerhotel Miðgarður

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 595 8560 Website

    CenterHotel Miðgarður is a beautifully designed hotel ideally located on the main shopping street in the centre of Reykjavik. The hotel offers comfortable and modern rooms, a European bistro and meeting facilities.

  • Icewear – Vík Village

    Icewear – Vík Village

    Vík Wool Market Shop for a unique selection of Icelandic wool sweaters and other products made of Icelandic wool. Whether shopping for gifts to take home, souvenirs, or clothing to keep you warm during your travels you’ll find what you need at a great price in this huge market for woollen products, traditional Icelandic sweaters, souvenirs and

  • Fosshotel Reykholt

    Fosshotel Reykholt

    Fosshotel Reykholt is a romantic country hotel in the legendary setting of Reykholt in Borgarfjörður. Once the home of historian and poet Snorri Sturluson, Reykholt is one of Iceland's major historic sites. Bounteous in captivating scenery the area is full of lava fields, waterfalls, mountains, craters and caves.

  • Icewear – Þingholtsstræti

    Icewear – Þingholtsstræti

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 5557411 Website

    In our various Icewear stores around Iceland, you can find warm outdoor and wool clothing to suit the cold Icelandic climate. Ber Warm - Be Well

  • A.Hansen Restaurant

    A.Hansen Restaurant

    Reykjavik Area +354 565 1130 Website

    Happy Hour

    • Friday's
      9:30PM to 10:30PM
    • Saturday's
      9:30PM to 10:30PM
    • Sunday's
      9:30PM to 10:30PM
    Happy Hour

    A.Hansen restaurant offers variety of international dishes cooked with Icelandic ingredients. The focus is on reasonably priced food where everyone should find something to their liking on the menu. The emphasis is on grilled steaks & seafood courses, but of course also offering vegetarian and vegan options.

  • Fosshotel Reykholt Restaurant

    Fosshotel Reykholt Restaurant

    West Iceland 435 1260 Website

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    There is nothing like enjoying Icelandic cuisine at the historical site of Reykholt, the former home of Icelandic poet Snorri Sturluson from medieval times.

  • Icewear – Austurstræti

    Icewear – Austurstræti

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 585 0507 Website

    Icewear is a leading Icelandic manufacturer and reseller of wool products, souvenirs, and outdoor gear. Designed to suit the unpredictable weather of the Icelandic climate and unique landscape, everyone should have a chance to enjoy the outdoors, wearing Icewear clothing. Be Warm – Be Well

  • Grand Hotel Reykjavík

    Grand Hotel Reykjavík

    Close to Downtown +354 514 8000 Website

    Grand Hotel Reykjavík is a four star superior hotel for business travelers, conference guests and tourists who demand excellent service and facilities. At the Grand Hotel Reykjavík there are over 300 rooms and 11 meeting and conference halls in all shapes and sizes, perfectly suitable for your event.

  • Sunset H20 Apartment / Queen Room by Kef Airport

    Sunset H20 Apartment / Queen Room by Kef Airport

    Reykjanes Peninsula +3548615350

    Family owned 5-8 guests apartment (5-6) or Queen Room (2-3) only 7 min from Keflavik International Airport by car or bus.

  • Sænautasel

    Sænautasel

    East Iceland +354 853 6491

    Sænautasel on the Jökulsheiði heath is another turf farm-turned-museum. It was evacuated during the Askja eruption in 1875. This farm has a restaurant in the old sheep cote.

  • Reykjavík Marathon

    Reykjavík Marathon

    Close to Downtown +354 5353700

    Thousands of people of all ages from all over the world take part and run through the streets of the city.

  • Oak Travel Service

    Oak Travel Service

    Reykjavik Area 7751001

    Oak Travel Service is an environmentally friendly tour company that specialises in high quality private tours and tours for small groups. At Oak Travel Service we have team of very experienced guide and staff that strives for customer satisfaction.Our main goal is to introduce Iceland to visitors and to make the experience enjoyable and memorabl

  • Reykjavik International Film Festival

    Reykjavik International Film Festival

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 411 7055

    RIFF – Reykjavík International Film Festival – is one of the biggest and most diverse cultural events in Iceland. For eleven days every Fall since 2004, Icelandic locals and tourists alike are able to go to the cinema and enjoy the best and freshest of international film making.

  • Dogma

    Dogma

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 562-6600

    This little store offers a good selection of all-Icelandic t-shirts and sweaters with some funny Icelandic slogans.

  • MudShark Ecotours

    MudShark Ecotours

    South Iceland +354 691-1849

    MudShark, an Icelandic tour company located in Hella, organizes short tours for travelers in South Iceland. MudShark is an environmentally friendly company.

  • Boston

    Boston

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 517 7816

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 8:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    A cosy, friendly bar with more than a feeling, it’s got ambience and style. A favourite hang out for many Icelandic stars. DJ‘s entertain and patrons dance.

  • Reykjavík Cultural Night

    Reykjavík Cultural Night

    Downtown Reykjavik +354-411-6000

    The celebration takes place in the city centre with the participation of many artists, cultural institutions, shops and cafés. The evening ends with a big firework display down by the harbour.

  • Reykjavík Sightseeing

    Reykjavík Sightseeing

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 497 5000

    Reykjavik Sightseeing is a leading operator of guided day tours in Reykjavik city and the southwest of Iceland. Reykjavik Sightseeing offers many popular day tours from Reykjavik.

  • Hofsós

    Hofsós

    North West Iceland

    Hofsós is a quaint little village with 146 inhabitants. It is one of the oldest trading centres in Iceland and boasts a visible heritage in its renovated buildings.

  • Gullkúnst

    Gullkúnst

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 561 6660

    Unique handmade jewellery made in workshop located at the store. Family owned, meet the designers and goldsmith behind the jewellery.

  • Geitafell

    Geitafell

    North West Iceland +354 861 2503

    Geitafell is a perfect stop for the hungry on Vatnsnes. It offers fresh seafood on the menu with a deilicious fish soup topping the list. A countryside surprise.

  • Arnarstapi

    Arnarstapi

    West Iceland

    Arnarstapi, a beautiful area at the foot of the Snæfellsjökull glacier. It is a lively fishing harbour and also a popular tourist destination with a camping site, guest houses and restaurants. The great stone statue of Bárður Snæfellsás by the sculptor Ragnar Kjartansson, is an iconic feature of the area.

  • 101 Bar

    101 Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 580-0101

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Trendy lounge bar at Hotel 101. Cocktails and ambient music.

  • Rauðisandur

    Rauðisandur

    The West Fjords

    Rauðisandur is a 10km long beach characterised by colourful beach sand. The colours can range from yellow, red and even black, depending on the brightness of the day. A coffee shop is open here during the summer. The Road 614 to Rauðisandur is a steep gravel road and a detour from the main route.

  • Dalir

    Dalir

    West Iceland +354 430 4700

    Dalir is a region in the north-west of Iceland. We are a region of farmers and a small village: Budardalur. The region is sparsely populated and filled with wildlife, such as birds, pristine nature and agriculture.

  • Fjallhalla Adventurers

    Fjallhalla Adventurers

    South Iceland +354 696 6758

    Fjallhalla Adventurers is an adventure company focusing on small group tours with a variety of activities in and around Iceland. All the guides have been studying to become licensed hiking guides and have a minibus license.

  • Árskógssandur

    Árskógssandur

    North East Iceland

    Árskógssandur is not just the ferry port for Hrísey, it is also home to the famous craft beer brewery Kaldi, which sells top quality beer and boasts a health spa based on beer baths, soaps and shampoos, called the Bjórböðin Spa.

  • Gaukurinn

    Gaukurinn

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 958 0212

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 2:00PM to 9:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    A venue for live music and new bands.

  • The Gray Cat

    The Gray Cat

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 551 1544

    A tiny little 50´s-style café, located in a quiet place on Hverfisgata.

  • Í Túninu Heima Town Festival

    Í Túninu Heima Town Festival

    Reykjavik Area +354 6946426

    Mosfellsbær town festival, Í túninu heima, is held on the last weekend of August each year. It is truly a family festival which spans over three days where everyone should find something they like.

  • Petersen Svítan

    Petersen Svítan

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 563 4000

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 8:00PM.
    Beer: 700 kr.$5.62*€5.09*£4.30*
    Wine: 900 kr.$7.22*€6.55*£5.53*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    A beautiful rooftop bar in one of Iceland’s most famous buildings, Gamla Bíó. Its amazing terrace and 360° view over the city is one of a kind. Jazzy and cool, with lots of history.

  • Eyrarbakki

    Eyrarbakki

    South Iceland

    Eyrarbakki’s heyday might be long gone, but the village is graced with beautifully-preserved buildings from 1890-1920, offering a glimpse into the past. The town has two museums, the Maritime Museum and the Árnessýsla Folk Museum built in 1765. The magical Flói Bird Reserve is a recognized area for about 70 species of wetland birds.

  • Kálfatjarnarkirkja

    Kálfatjarnarkirkja

    Reykjanes Peninsula

    Kálfatjarnarkirkja, built in 1893. At that time, it was the biggest country church in Iceland with two floors which could seat all parishioners at once, all 150 of them.

  • Reykjavík Excursions

    Reykjavík Excursions

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 580 5400

    One of the largest tour operators in Iceland, offering a range of excellent tours and services for individuals and groups.

  • Hotel Glymur

    Hotel Glymur

    West Iceland +354 430 3100

    A friendly hotel with beautiful villas in the Glymur Village. It's situated just a short drive from Reykjavík in a spectacular view over Whale fjord. Relaxed environment and a restaurant that offers everything a hungry stomach needs.

  • Grindavík Swimming pool

    Grindavík Swimming pool

    Reykjanes Peninsula +354 426 7555

    Grindavík Swimming pool includes two hot tubs, one with jet massage, cold tub, sauna, children's pool
    and a waterslide

  • Public House

    Public House

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 555 7333

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    A Gastropub restaurant that puts emphasis on fun dining along with quality ambience. They use Icelandic ingredients but add some Japanese flair to their dishes.

  • Ólafsdalur

    Ólafsdalur

    West Iceland

    In Ólafsdalur there is a stately old school house dated 1896, which was the first agricultural school in Iceland. In the summer, a coffee house is open at the school and there are marked walking trails around this beautiful area.

  • Skogar Museum

    Skogar Museum

    South Iceland +354 487 8845

    Skógar Museum was founded in 1949 and now hosts a collection of more than 18,000 regional artifacts, exhibited in 3 Museums. It is located 150 km east from Reykjavík just off Ring Road 1 and 30 km west of Vík.

  • Snaps Bistro Bar

    Snaps Bistro Bar

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 511 6677

    Snaps is a bistro-style restaurant influenced by Scandinavian cuisine.

  • TRIPS

    TRIPS

    Reykjavik Area +354 519 2727

    Trips is a fully licensed tour operator offering tours in Iceland. Our team consists of friendly and experienced drivers and guides who are as easygoing and flexible as they are dependable.

  • Vatnshellir

    Vatnshellir

    West Iceland

    Vatnshellir is a lava cave about 200m long and 35m deep. It is a big, wide cave and guided tours are offered every hour. It is necessary to be warmly dressed as it is cold in the cave.

  • Hildibrand Hotel

    Hildibrand Hotel

    East Iceland +354 477 1950

    Hildibrand Hotel offers various activities in the area with a wonderful boat trip into the fjord where the possibility of seeing humpback whales.

  • Búðir

    Búðir

    West Iceland

    Búðir is a former trading station which is now a fine hotel. The beautiful little church close by is a popular place to get married in and an attraction for tourists and photographers.

  • Bæjarins Beztu

    Bæjarins Beztu

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 511 1566

    The most popular hot dog stand in Reykjavík.

  • Go Car Rental

    Go Car Rental

    Reykjavik Area +354 551 1115

    Go car rental is a locally run business, established in 2011. We offer new model cars at competitive prices. We aim to provide the best possible customer service possible. Free pick up & drop off service from your hotel in Reykjavik area. Open 24/7 at Keflavík international airport for rental car pick up. You are safe with us.

  • Tré og List Gallery

    Tré og List Gallery

    South Iceland +354 894 4835

    Back to Road 1 at Selfoss, and taking a small detour towards the coastline onto Road 305 will not disappoint as it leads to the Tré og List gallery on the farm, Forsæti.

  • Skorrahestar

    Skorrahestar

    East Iceland +354 477 1736

    Skorrahestar is a family run horse rental which offers unforgettable horse riding tours through the amazing landscape of Norðfjörður.

  • Tommi´s Burger Joint

    Tommi´s Burger Joint

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 511 1888

    A popular fast food burger joint. Several locations around Reykjavík.

  • Discover Iceland

    Discover Iceland

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 519 0600

    Discover Iceland is a family-run tour operator which guarantees an amazing adventurous journey around the breathtaking spots of Iceland in the modified luxury 4x4 Off-Road Trucks.

  • Your Day Tours

    Your Day Tours

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 770 4500

    Your Day Tours is a family owned company established in April 2015 by three brothers. They drive the Golden Circle and South Coast every day.

  • Reykjanesbaer

    Reykjanesbaer

    Reykjanes Peninsula

    Reykjanesbær (Keflavík and Njarðvík) is the perfect place to stay for early departures. This is the biggest populated area on the peninsula with 17 690 inhabitants. There is a variety of services and activities on offer. Along the coastline is a 10 km walking trail.
    The Reykjanes Global UNESCO Geopark’s Visitor Centre is located in D

  • Blue View Öxl Guesthouse

    Blue View Öxl Guesthouse

    West Iceland 003548684495

    Guesthouse in Snæfellsnes. Free WI Fi, free parking, spectacular view, accommodation for eight person. Shared kitchen and shared bathrooms.

  • PHO Vietnamese restaurant

    PHO Vietnamese restaurant

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 588 6868

    Vietnamese food with a variety of dishes available.

  • Ölstofan

    Ölstofan

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 552 4687

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 3:00PM to 8:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    For those who want to sit down, drink beer and meet people.

  • Grótta Lighthouse

    Grótta Lighthouse

    Reykjavik Area

    Grotta is a lighthouse located on the tip of Seltjarnarnes Peninsula, in a place that was declared a nature reserve in 1974. The lighthouse was built in 1897 and later, in 1947 was built another one close by. Lately, it became one of the most visited sites in Reykjavik area, being an amazing place for walking, biking or bird watching. Be aware o

  • Iceland Symphony Orchestra

    Iceland Symphony Orchestra

    Downtown Reykjavik (+354) 545 2500

    The Icelandic Symphony Orchestra is a major orchestra and is renowned for its excellent interpretation of great classical works. The Orchestra has also enjoyed good reviews.

  • Hressó

    Hressó

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 561-2240

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Café, Bar and Bistro that turns into a nightclub in the evenings at weekends.

  • Þorrablót

    Þorrablót

    Reykjavik Area

    Food & drink festivities held in the old winter month of “Þorri”. People gather to sing songs, drink and eat traditional Icelandic food such fermented shark, dried fish and sheep head.

  • Café Roma

    Café Roma

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 562 0020

    Café/ bakery which offers tasty light meals at reasonable prices.

  • Hvalsneskirkja

    Hvalsneskirkja

    Reykjanes Peninsula

    Hvalsneskirkja, the current church was built in 1887. Hallgrímur Péturs-son, an esteemed poet in Iceland, was the pastor there from 1644-1651. Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavík is named after him.

  • Skjálfandi Bay

    Skjálfandi Bay

    North East Iceland

    In Skjálfandi Bay on the north coast lies Húsavík, a thriving tourist destination. The main attraction is whale watching as whales are prolific in the bay during summer, making Húsavík the whale capital of Iceland.

  • Kópavogur

    Kópavogur

    Reykjavik Area

    Kópavogur, lies south of Reykjavík and is centrally-located in the greater Reykjavík area, with easy access to the nearby towns. Despite its rapid growth in previous years, the town offers unspoilt, family-friendly greens and close proximity to Elliðavatn lake, ideal for a nearby escape to the countryside.

  • Kopar Restaurant

    Kopar Restaurant

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 567 2700

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 5:00PM to 7:00PM.
    Beer: 700 kr.$5.62*€5.09*£4.30*
    Wine: 1000 kr.$8.03*€7.28*£6.14*

    * Prices in foreign currencies are approximates. Source: Arion banki.

    Happy Hour

    Kopar is a seafood restaurant were we focus on locally caught seafood & crustaceans.
    The restaurant offers a variety of Icelandic produce, including meat and game although the main emphasis is the fruit of the ocean.

  • Súðavík

    Súðavík

    The West Fjords

    Súðavík is a small fishing village with about 150 inhabitants. In 1995 an avalanche in the town killed 14 people. There is a beautiful memorial enclosure commemorating those who died. The Arctic Fox Centre is a research centre focussing on the arctic fox, the only indigenous animal in Iceland.

  • The Color Run

    The Color Run

    Downtown Reykjavik

    Come and run with us through five kilometers of exploding coloured powder. The aim of this event is to bring Color Running mania to the world.

  • Art without Borders

    Art without Borders

    Reykjavik Area +354 691-8756

    The aim of the festival is to celebrate diversity and participation of people with disabilities. The festival celebrates mixed media of art, music and theatre.

  • Skaftfellingur Museum

    Skaftfellingur Museum

    South Iceland +354 487 1395

    The Skaftfellingur Museum is located across the Tourist Information Centre. The museum shows the story about the 100 year old ship, which was used by Icelanders between 1918 and 1974.

  • Secret Solstice

    Secret Solstice

    Close to Downtown

    Iceland’s Secret Solstice Festival, the bucket-list event held during 96 hours of straight sunlight, returns to Reykjavik for it’s fifth-year anniversary edition from June 21-24, 2018

  • Dalvík

    Dalvík

    North East Iceland

    Dalvík, a thriving fishing village and departure harbour for trips to Grímsey. The beautiful mountain backdrop provides excellent ski slopes in the winter so Dalvík is fast becoming a ski-hub in the area. The Hvoll Folk Museum which has exhibits of two famous locals, the tallest man in the world, Jóhann the Giant and the third president of I

  • Heydalur

    Heydalur

    The West Fjords +354 456 4824

    Heydalur is an environmentally-friendly tourist service run by one family. Various activities such as horse riding, walking tours, fishing, and kayak trips are on offer.

  • Þingeyrarkirkja

    Þingeyrarkirkja

    North West Iceland

    Þingeyrarkirkja is an impressive ancient stone church which gives a sense of grandeur to the area. It took thirteen years to build, using unusual methods which are attributed to its pristine condition still today. The interior of the church is no less grand with valuable artefacts and features.

  • Seltún

    Seltún

    Reykjanes Peninsula

    Seltún is an active geothermal area with many bubbling mud pots and fumaroles. The minerals deposited by the geothermal activity produce a colourful array of muddy sediment. There are good walking paths around the area.

  • Þorgeirskirkja

    Þorgeirskirkja

    North East Iceland

    Þorgeirskirkja at Ljósavatn is a church built in commemoration of Iceland’s choice to become a Christian nation. The church was built in 2000, celebrating 1000 years of Christianity.

  • Ísafjörður

    Ísafjörður

    The West Fjords

    Ísafjörður is the biggest town in the West Fjords with a population of 2600. There are very many quaint old houses in the old part of town, amongst them, the very interesting Maritime Museum.

  • IÐA Zimsen

    IÐA Zimsen

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 511 5004

    A book café in a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. Serves light courses and good cakes.

  • Strandarkirkja

    Strandarkirkja

    South Iceland

    Strandarkirkja in Selvogur near Krýsuvík is the richest church in Iceland. This humble wooden church stands alone next to the crashing waves of the south coast. Hidden forces of the unknown are said to inhabit this church, aiding success and good luck. Open every day in summer, and on weekends in winter. Donations welcome.

  • North Ice

    North Ice

    Reykjavik Area +354 551 8800

    The company specializes in mountaineering, glacier and climbing tours all over Iceland. Our number one priority is small groups and personal trips so you can enjoy your experience better.

  • Geiri Smart

    Geiri Smart

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 528 7050

    Happy Hour

    Every day from 4:00PM to 6:00PM.
    Happy Hour

    Upmarket restaurant with a creative menu in a sophisticated environment.

  • Nordic Holidays

    Nordic Holidays

    Downtown Reykjavik +3544458081

    With over 12 years of experience in the “Rent A Car” business in Iceland, Nordic Holidays has made a good and solid reputation with its services. They handpick their rental providers and use only family run car rentals in Iceland.

  • Icelandic Opera

    Icelandic Opera

    The Icelandic Opera produces a versatile programme each season with the participation of Icelandic artists. The repertoire ranges from classical to new pieces by Icelandic composers.

  • Saga-Fotografica

    Saga-Fotografica

    North East Iceland +354 555 1833

    Photo History Museum. Portrays many photographs by Vigfus Sigurgeirsson, photos taken in Siglufjordur 1929 - 1952. Hundreds of cameras and more items related to early photography era.

  • Defending the Caveman

    Defending the Caveman

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 866 9019

    A fresh Icelandic take on the Broadway’s longest running hit comedy “Defending the Caveman" Following local success with the Icelandic show, and after headlining in Las Vegas earlier this year, Joel Saemundsson takes the stage for a night of laughs and Lager in the English version of the phenomenal hit show, “ Defending The Caveman” .

  • Campers in Iceland

    Campers in Iceland

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 445 8081

    With over 12 years of experience in the “Rent A Car” business in Iceland, Nordic Holidays has made a good and solid reputation with its services. We handpick our rental providers and use only family run car rentals in Iceland. Search and compare the lowest camper rental prices in Iceland.

  • Öndverðarnes

    Öndverðarnes

    West Iceland

    Öndverðarnes is an area of absolute peace and tranquility. The little lighthouse was built in 1973. It was a busy fishing area until 1945 and relics from this time can still be seen.

  • OSUSHI – The Train

    OSUSHI – The Train

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 561-0562

    Conveyor belt sushi, made from fresh Icelandic seafood.

  • Stokkseyri

    Stokkseyri

    South Iceland

    Along the coastal road to Stokkseyri stands the Knarrarós lighthouse towering above the horizon, resembling a church steeple. A new role for the disused fish factory in Stokkseyri has culminated in the Culture House which hosts ghosts, trolls and elves as well as Northern Lights.

  • Neskaupstaður

    Neskaupstaður

    East Iceland

    Neskaupstaður is a town located in Nordurfjordur, one of the small fjords in the eastern part of Iceland. The name comes from an old farm that was called Nes and that was mentioned also in the settlement book.

  • Bio Borgari

    Bio Borgari

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 841 0140

    Totally organic. Beef and veggie burgers equally delicious. Homemade potato snacks.

  • Te og Kaffi

    Te og Kaffi

    Downtown Reykjavik +354 555-1910

    Excellent coffee, cakes and light dishes.

  • Salurinn Concert Hall

    Salurinn Concert Hall

    Reykjavik Area 411 7500

    Salurinn was the first specially designed concert hall in Iceland and holds a variety of concerts, featuring music from the renaissance period to modern day music.

  • Illugastaðir

    Illugastaðir

    The West Fjords

    Illugastaðir is the setting for the book Burial Rites. It is an excellent location for seal watching also. On most days of the year, seals can be seen swimming or just lounging on the skerries, close to land. There is a good camping site at Illugastaðir with facilities for camper vans.