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African Restaurant
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“A very good Ethiopian Restaurant with traditional food. You will need to book a table! www.minilik.is”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
Men's Store
“Dons and Cavaliers take heed! Your dream attire awaits in Herrafataverzlun Kormáks og Skjaldar, Reykjavík’s ultimate gentlemen's store. Established over two decades ago by two life-long friends, Kormákur and Skjöldur, the store's selection is greatly inspired by 50's British apparel and made out of quality materials such as wool, keeping you warm and fabulously dapper in the Icelandic terrain. ”
  • 13 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“I like to go to Cafe Paris and get me a brunch. There is also a good service and a good atmosphere. An Icelandic Icon The Heart of Reykjavik City The spacious but intimate Café Paris is a café and a restaurant known for first-class service and bistro-style meals, primarily made using fresh local produce, in the heart of the city center, Austurvöllur. Austurvöllur is Icelands Champ du Mars, where locals relax on warm summer afternoons, overlooked by the Icelandic Parliament, and the Dómkirkjan. Its long history and esteemed reputation has contributed to it being one of the most successful restaurants and cafés in all of Iceland.”
  • 28 lokale anbefaler
Place to eat
“Strikið has really good food but not least does it have a nice view over the harbor area. ”
  • 12 lokale anbefaler
Natural Feature
“Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier of the mighty icecap of Mýrdalsjökull on the South Coast of Iceland. It is one of the most easily accessible glaciers to reach from Selfoss at just 108 kilometres (67 miles) away.”
  • 7 lokale anbefaler
Museum
“This former public toilet, once known as “ground zero” to locals, was reopened in downtown Reykjavik to do what it was maybe always meant to do: tell the story of Icelandic punk. Keen guests can spend some time by the record players — where the infamous Rokk í Reykjavík album is featured — and play the instruments on display, regardless of musical talent of course.”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Bus Station
“Good shopping mall. Decent amount of stores, restaurants and movie theatre.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Nature
“Öskjuhlíð is a beautiful woodland area surrounding Perlan—one of Reykjavík's stunning landmark buildings. Conveniently located right in the heart of the city, this gorgeous place makes for a popular quick getaway from city life, where visitors can cycle or walk along the various paths, that weave through a dense forest of pines and birch trees. Only a 10 min drive away.”
  • 30 lokale anbefaler
Beer Bar
“Come for Mikkeller's pub, stay for the sit-down gourmet pizza topped with exotica like pears and svið. Subdued lighting and a good bar. In the same building as new-Nordic restaurant Dill.”
  • 27 lokale anbefaler
Store
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Natural Feature
“Ásbyrgi canyon is an important place in the Norse mythology. Legend says that the outline of the canyon is the hoof mark of Odins eight legged horse, Sleipnir. -Part of the diamond circle. ”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler
Entertainment
“Harpa is one of Reykjavik‘s greatest and distinguished landmarks. It is a cultural and social centre in the heart of the city and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean. Various events are taking place all year round and anyone should be able to find something of interest.”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
Travel Agency
“Bus terminal. Grayline offers day trips, excursions as well as buses to KEF international airport”
  • 21 lokale anbefaler
Waterfall
“Around the year of 1000, the lawspeaker Þorlákur Ljóstvetningargoði decided to make Christianity the official religion of Iceland at Alþingi. When he got back, legend has it he threw the statues of the old Norse Gods into the waterfall. That is where the waterfall gets its name which means "waterfall of the gods".”
  • 11 lokale anbefaler
Gastropub
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“If you want to have a night out during the week (not the weekend); Sæta Svínið is your best bet. They have party-karaoke on Wednesdays and fun bingo nights on Sundays. But Icelanders mainly party during the weekends, during which you'll find plenty of active nightlife venues (beware that Icelanders typically pregame at home and don't show up down town until around 12am).”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler