Must do activities in Reykavik
The Blue Lagoon is Iceland's most famous geothermal spa. Find out what makes it so special, its opening times and how to get there from Reykjavik.
The long and lively Laugavegur is the main shopping street in Reykjavík and the most picturesque area of the Icelandic capital's historical centre.
Its striking façade and 244 foot tall tower make Hallgrímskirkja, the largest church in Iceland, one of the most iconic symbols of Reykjavik.
Restaurants, museums, cruises... discover what to see and do in Reykjavik's Old Harbour, which has become one of the city's liveliest neighbourhoods.
Located in central Reykjavik, Tjörnin Lake is a favourite spot for locals and tourists alike to stroll, birdwatch and even ice skate in the winter!
Sólfar, or Sun Voyager, is a steel sculpture on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Discover why it's one of the most photographed monuments in Reykjavik.
Museums and galleries
The National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik is the best place to visit for a fascinating and in-depth journey through 1200 years of history.
The Perlan Museum in Reykjavik is a modern building in which the wonders of Icelandic nature are explored in a dynamic and entertaining way.
Árbaer is an open-air museum on the outskirts of Reykjavik that shows what life was like in Iceland in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Icelandic Phallological Museum is Reykjavik's most curious museum, housing an extensive collection of phallic artwork, penises and penile parts.
The Settlement Exhibition is a modern interactive museum in Reykjavik built around one of the oldest archaeological sites in Iceland.
Find out where, when and what to see at the National Gallery of Iceland, an important collection of 19th and 20th century Icelandic art.
What else to see in Reykavik?
Reykjavik Cathedral, despite its modest size and architecture, is the most important Lutheran church in Iceland. Discover its history and when to visit.
Discover the history of the Icelandic Parliament, also known as the Althing: the most important government building in Reykjavik and in the country.