Reykjavik Travel Guide
Get all the travel information, advice, reviews, hotels, maps and itineraries you may need when travelling on holiday to Reykjavik as a tourist.
Iceland’s capital city is Reykjavík with a population of 117,706 residents it is the largest city in the country. Reykjavík is Iceland’s tourist capital centre of culture and life of the Icelandic people. This city is considered a buzzing European city, encompassing landscape full of volcanoes, many hills and mountains. It offers city break holiday makers many things to see and do like visiting the Old Town and Hallgrímskirkja, Tjörnin Pond, Laugardalslaug geothermal pool and the Perlan a rotating restaurant on top of the water towers. You can also walk around the Old Town and see the houses in Reykjavík or stop and eat at one of the many restaurants. Don’t miss trying one of the Hot-Dog places that can be found every where in Reykjavík, they are Delicious.
Hotels in Reykjavik
Location. The Hotel Odinsve is located 250 metres from the cathedral in the busy city centre of Reyk...
Location. Hotel Arnarvholl is located in the centre of Reykjavik, Iceland, and overlooks the Faxaflo...
Hilton Reykjavik Nordica
Location. The contemporary glass fronted Hilton Reykjavic Nordica Hotel is located one and a half ki...
The Metropolitan Hotel is a modern four floor hotel situated 300 metres from Reykjavik's central pla...
Radisson SAS 1919 Hotel
Built in 1919 and situated in the centre of the Reykjavik's financial and shopping district, the gra...
Reykjavik Fast Facts
Time Difference: GMT
Currency: Icelandic Krona (ISK)
Language Spoken: Icelandic
Flight Time from UK: 2.5 hours
Electricity: 220V AC 50Hz
Plug Type: 2 pin round European
Mobile Phone Network: GSM 900/1800
Dialling Country Code: +354
Main Airport: Keflavik Airport (KEF)
Weather for Reykjavik
Temperature: F, C
Airlines Flying to Reykjavik
Its useful to know which cities the airlines fly to. The following airline fly to Reykjavik.