Reykjavik offers a myriad of adventure and a paradise of possibilities for all who visit…
The city and surrounding area is home to an impressive collection of interesting attractions and places of historic significance with much to intrigue the curiosity of visitors.
Krysuvik Geothermal Area – for those who would rather spend time in the company of Mother Nature, a trip to the remarkable solfatara fields of Krysuvik will reward you with a memorable afternoon and an education in geology
Hofsstadir Historic Park Viking Longhouse – An impressive Viking-age longhouse from the Settlement period (AD 870-930) until the twelfth century.
Hellisheidi Power Plant Geothermal Energy Exhibition – the Geothermal Energy Exhibition at Hellisheidi Power Plant is a state-of-the-art look into the harnessing of geothermal energy in Iceland.
Hofdi House – Hofdi House is considered to be one of the most beautiful and historically significant buildings in Reykjavik.
Perlan Museum – The museum is situated in one of Reykjavik’s most impressive buildings, Perlan, and will be a must-visit for any tourist – not only for the world-class museum, but also for its amazing panoramic views of Reykjavik, great architecture and excellent restaurant, cafe and gift shop.
Videy Island – a little treasure in the heart of Reykjavik, where visitors can enjoy a relaxing but also adventurous quick getaway from city life.
Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach – a little bit of paradise is to be found in the form of a golden-sanded geothermal beach at Nautholsvik in Reykjavik.
Hallgrimskirkja Church – Hallgrimskirkja Church is Reykjavik’s main landmark and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city.
Imagine Peace Tower – The Imagine Peace Tower is a work of art conceived by the legendary artist, musician and peace advocate Yoko Ono as a beacon of world peace.
Tjornin Pond – check out the bustling birdlife at one of Reykjavik’s most iconic landmarks.
Whales of Iceland – Whales of Iceland is the largest whales exhibition of its kind in the world. Close to downtown, this is truly an immersive exhibit that will take you into the world of the whales.
Nordic House – The Nordic House an icon of aesthetics, is a cultural institution and an architectural gem situated in Vatsmyrin, only a 10-minute walk from the Reykjavik city centre.
Reykjavik City Hall – Reykjavik City Hall is an impressive building on the northern shore of the Lake Tjornin.
Solfar Sun Voyager – Look out for the remarkable Solfar Sun Voyager sculpture along Reykjavik’s scenic waterfront.
Reykjavik Old Harbour – The colourful Old Reykjavik Harbour is fast becoming a new boom area of the city and a lively centre of activities and attractions.
Fly with Icelandair from Belfast to Iceland and the onwards to 20 gateways across the USA and Canada –
* Stopover in Iceland for up to seven nights at no additional airfare
* Three times weekly year-round service operated by Air Iceland Connect with a Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 aircraft
* Unique cabin configuration has just 72 seats, allowing passengers significantly more legroom
* Noise reduction technology also makes for a comfortable, quiet, relaxing, journey
* Flight time to Reykjavik only 2hr 55 minutes
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