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reykjavik

reykjavik iceland

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.

Lava fields, geysers, waterfalls and glaciers are only a short drive away, so Reykjavik is a great base for exploring the natural wonders of the south of the island.

Our recommended places to stay in Reykjavik are:

Visitors to Iceland's capital city love its gourmet restaurants and the shopping opportunities on Laugavegur, the city's main street.  With over 100 bars and nightclubs, the city is well known for its bustling nightlife.

See a small selection of our recommended itineraries that incorporate a stay in Reykjavik:

To get an overview of our hand-picked places to stay in Iceland, see all places to stay

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3 night / 4 day Iceland experience

From £970 per person

A fantastic long weekend based in Reykjavic, experiencing the wonders of this extraordinary island.  More

5 night / 6 day Iceland Adventure

From £1,685 per person

Iceland tour encompassing the wild north of the island, glacier walking, and the world famous Golden Circle tour.  More

6 night / 7 day Iceland Activity tour

From £1,885 per person

Iceland tour to south coast, the Golden Circle and a selection of exciting and adventurous activities.  More

 

Weather & Seasons

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.

Getting here

There are flights to Keflavik airport every day from Heathrow and Gatwick (flight time is approx. 3 hours), as well as flights from Scotland with Icelandair. From the airport it's just a 45 minute drive to Reykjavik.

alda hotel

alda hotel


reykjavik, iceland    5 nights from £695

Alda Hotel Reykjavik is located on the main shopping street, Laugavegur, in the centre of Iceland's vibrant capital city. A good cheap and cheerful option.

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hotel borg

hotel borg


reykjavik, iceland    5 nights from £815

Hotel Borg, with its 1930s Art Deco styling, is located in the heart of Reykjavik within easy reach of shops, restaurants and nightlife.

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hotel 101

hotel 101


reykjavik, iceland    7 nights from £1,040

A member of the Design Hotels group, this sleek boutique hotel in the centre of Reykjavik has been stylishly designed in a contemporary Nordic style.

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experiences, reykjavik