This isreykjavík

Welcome to Reykjavík!

A city full of life, beaming with creativity and surrounded by incredible nature.



to adventure

If you're feeling adventurous, you can easily action-pack your stay in Reykjavík with outdoor and indoor activities!


to culture

Despite the capital area’s relatively petite size, Reykjavík is a city that is famous for its devotion to the arts and culture.

See & do

Reykjavík might very well be the smallest big city in the world. There are just so many things to see and do. So start fishing and figure out what to put at the top of your list.
Geothermal pools & spas
A day in nature
Museums & Exhibitions
Respecting diversity LGBTQIA+ Reykjavík
Geothermal pools & spas
A day in nature
Museums & Exhibitions
Respecting diversity LGBTQIA+ Reykjavík
Kópavogskirkja - Raggi Th.
the city's secrets

Discover hidden treasures in Reykjavík City Areas

Experience Reykjavík

Nature & Wildlife Tours
Indoor Activities
Guided Culture Tours
Northern Light Tours

Plan your trip – Go with feeling!

Reykjavík is filled with a variety of things and activities to do, and places to see and visit - so whatever you're feeling you can always find something that fits your moment

Popular Sights & Landmarks

Austurvöllur square and public park
Hvaleyrarvatn Lake
Leiðarendi cave
Sky Lagoon
Alþingi - Parliament House
The pond and Hljómskálagarðurinn park
Mount Helgafell
Hallgrímskirkja church
City Hall
Viðey Island
Old Harbour
The Einar Jónsson Sculpture Museum
Grandi District
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
Heiðmörk nature reserve
Reykjavik Botanical Garden
Mount Úlfarsfell

Stories from Reykjavík

Icelandic Tradition - Women´s Day
Tasting Iceland: Phil Explores Reykjavík's Culinary Delights
Swimming Culture in Iceland
Hidden treasures in Reykjavík
Easter in Reykjavík: Exploring Museums and Icelandic Traditions
Embracing the Northern Lights in Reykjavík
Celebrating Fishermen's Day in Reykjavík and Hafnarfjörður
City Card
The Reykjavík City Card offers free entry to a great selection of museums and galleries, all swimming pools in Reykjavík, and free unlimited travel by bus within the Reykjavik Capital Area.