The Capital Area is a true mixture of culture and nature offering plenty of entertainment and activities in which everyone should be able to find something of interest. Many visitors come to Iceland to experience the fantastic nature and popular winter activities such as skiing at Bláfjöll Ski Resort, ice-skating, dog-sledding or hunting for northern lights. Iceland is the place for adrenalin junkies and nature lovers alike. Each season brings it own character and options for discovery and learning with it. In fact, Iceland’s Capital Area is the place where learning through doing brings excitement and joy.

For colder days there are plenty of indoor activities such as visiting one of Reykjavik’s cinemas, the Bowling Palace in Egilshöll Grafarvogur, or burning off some excess energy at the Climbing Centre.

Bogfimisetrið is a walk-in archery range which is a fun way to show off your aiming skills in front of your kids.

During the summer, longer daylight hours allow for outdoor enjoyment well into the late evening. Other outdoor entertainment includes ATV Quad biking, caving on the outskirts of Reykjavik, whale watching or horse riding.

The summer is filled with festivals and cultural venues, so everyone should find something fun to do during their Reykjavík stay.