Viking village or Fjorukrain is located at Hafnarfjordur, close to Reykjavik. It is a hotel and restaurant built to reflect the Viking and Nordic traditions. Step into Fjorugardurinn, the restaurant, and you'll find yourself transported to a different era. All wooden interiors, viking artifacts (even a boat, right in the centre), sagas adorning the walls and fur lined tapestry, and a menu called the Viking times, you know you are in the right place to enjoy your dinner- Viking style.
The food is just as scrumptious and mouth watering. We tried the Icelandic meat soup, garlic toasted lobster tails, Minke whale in teriyaki sauce, and the catch of the day in hollandaise sauce , coupled with beer and wine.
After this we retreated to our hotel in Reykjanesbaer, Nupan deluxe, which is a homely and quirky property, with by far the best ambience I have seen here, for a hotel that is. They actually have a whole folder of instructions on how to use the place, some may find it funny, but given the look of this place you know that it's been very effective.
The next morning we had an early flight and had to drop off the car too. It was already time for us to say good bye, though we would never want to!
*Mink Viking portrait - 24000 ISK (6 portraits per head, for two)
*Parking - 400 ISK
*Bonus - 2000 ISK
*Viking world museum -3000 ISK (for two)
*Pulsuvagninn - 900 ISK
*Blue lagoon - 24000 ISK (comfort package for two)
*Shopping at Blue lagoon store - 5000 ISK
*Viking village restaurant - 12700 ISK
*Fuel - 3500 ISK
*Nupan deluxe - 86 euros
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