Reykjavik Tourism & Travel Guide

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About Reykjavik

Downtown Reykjavik – Even the city center of Reykjavik is well-endowed with mother nature. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean with waterfront paths stretching around the entire peninsular. There are many beautiful places to stop and admire the scenery on these coastal paths, which are very popular among joggers and cyclists. It is also home to the striking Sun Voyager – the symbol of Reykjavik, a massive steel sculpture by Jon Gunnar Arnason which may resemble a Viking ship, but is in fact a dream boat and ode to the sun. From here, we can spot the view of Mount Esja standing tall and mighty. Do walk over the Old Harbour. Apart from it being a beautiful place to walk with stunning views across the bay to Mount Esja, the Old Harbour area is where the majority of marine activities, such as whale watching and puffin tours are concentrated; it’s also home to the excellent Viking Maritime Museum. Visit Hallgrímskirkja church, Reykjavík’s main landmark and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. So if you are lost in the city, spot for the its tower. Remember to chill along Tjörnin pond. Tjörnin, which is surrounded by the impressive Reykjavík City Hall and numerous beautifully coloured old houses, is a natural pond and home to countless ducks, swans and geese that even stay for the entire winter season thanks to a little geothermal heating.

Best Time To Visit Reykjavik

Best time to visit Reykjavik is from June to September

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