Reykjavik may be the largest city in Iceland but it is also the smallest capital city in Europe. The atmosphere is more like that of a small and friendly town.
Reykjavik is located on Iceland’s south-west coast and is home to around 120,000 – almost half the island’s population.
From London: 3 hours
GMT -1 hour
With its Nordic climate, the driest months of the year in Iceland are May, June and July. Mid-June to August is high season, but most highland tours don’t operate until July because of snow. At other times, many tourist facilities outside Reykjavík are closed. For a chance to see the Northern Lights travel between December and April and for whale-watching, the spring and summer are best.
For a chance to see the Northern Lights travel between December and April and for whale-watching, the spring and summer are best.
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