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As you wander the city streets, you'll be sharing the footpaths with around 120,000 residents.
Hallgrimskirkja, an internationally famous attraction, is what lures a lot of visitors to Reykjavik - Southern Iceland. You're sure to be full of regret if you miss out on seeing it with your own eyes.
Every family member will enjoy visits to Viking Horses and Laugardalslaug Geothermal Pool. Kids still bouncing off the walls? Don't think you are done yet! Keep up the fun with a visit to Ishestar Riding Tours and Arbaejarlaug.
The kids will be wide-eyed with delight when you take them to the Reykjavik Park and Zoo. They'll experience a firsthand look at how its animals behave while learning about what it takes to look after them.
You don't need to be a gardener to vibe off the creative botanical displays and immaculate lawns at the Grasagardur Botanical Garden. Go for a leisurely stroll along its inviting pathways and ask about any scheduled talks or demonstrations.
If you would like to experience a greener side of Reykjavik - Southern Iceland, plan a trip to one of its grassy parks. Elf Garden, Hellisgerdi Park and Vioistaoatun Sculpture Park are the places to look up here.
Among the beautiful natural sights in Reykjavik - Southern Iceland is Alafoss Waterfall. Its flowing waters won't disappoint.
Reykjavik Pond and Tjornin are wonderful places to disappear to if you're dying for a little peace and quiet. Settle in by the water's edge and take in the charming views.
Stunning sea views aren't the only things to look forward to at Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach. Look out for squabbling seabirds as well as little critters like crabs and jellyfish.
If you'd like to recharge those batteries, you'll uncover a range of nature reserves and parks to explore. Begin with a breath of fresh, clean air among the plants and animals at Blue Lagoon or Reykjavik Harbour. Two further areas to take a look at are Ulfarsfell Mountain and Oskjuhlid Hill.
Reykjavik Electricity Museum and Gardur Folk Museum boast a range of fascinating objects and exhibits. Ask the friendly staff about special happenings or stroll the serene halls on your own. Want more? Also go to Asgrimur Jonsson Collection and Museum of Hafnarfjordur.
From the design and construction of different ships to the objects found inside the hull, the interesting displays at the Viking World Museum and the Vikin Maritime Museum will captivate anyone with an interest in Reykjavik - Southern Iceland's seafaring history.
For a day full of discovery and fun, make your way to the Natural History Museum of Kopavogur. Here you can find out about an assortment of weird and wacky things.
In a place that's overflowing with excellent art exhibitions, the Kopavogur Art Museum and the Kjarvalsstadir somehow manage to shine brighter than the rest. More lively canvases and imaginative sculptures are waiting for you at the Reykjanes Art Museum and the ASI Art Museum.
Take a step back through time to discover the events and characters that have helped shape this region at the National Museum of Iceland and the Reykjavik City Museum. Also consider checking out the fascinating exhibits which help bring history to life at the Arbaejarsafn and the Museum of Medical History.
Travel back in time and head to Parliament House and the University of Iceland. They're some of the best places to fully immerse yourself in Reykjavik - Southern Iceland's history. Why not also investigate the Viking Village and Imagine Peace Tower?
You don't need to be a believer to see National Cathedral and Kopavogur Church, two attractions celebrated for their historical and religious value. Reykjavik Free Church and Landakotskirkja will also interest travellers looking for some quiet inner-reflection.
Don't head off just yet, there are still a few surprises in store! Have you checked out the Solfar and the National and University Library of Iceland yet? You shouldn't miss the Reykjavik City Library and the Menningarmiðstoð Kópavogs either.
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Whether you're splurging on your honeymoon or seeking budget vibes, Reykjavik - Southern Iceland has you covered! For a cosy room at a cheerful rate, look no further than the Guesthouse Lily or the Guesthouse Aurora. Two more you may want to consider include the Black Pearl and the 101 hotel. These upmarket hotels are for those who'd like to live a life of pure bliss while they're here.
Hallgrimskirkja is a must-see attraction for visitors to Reykjavik - Southern Iceland. If you're hoping to stay within walking distance of this highly popular attraction, the Reykjavik4you Apartments and the Reykjavik Residence Hotel are both great options.
30 May - 31 May
Good hotel in a convenient location. Helpful staff and a very good breakfast
18 Jun. - 19 Jun.
I really enjoyed my stay at the Hotel Natura, the rooms were well serviced and the staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel is well located for tour pickups, and is also pretty close to Reykjavik itself, with the free bus passes being super helpful. I also really enjoyed the bedtime stories ...
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