Reykjavík Travel guide
Reykjavík : Michelin's recommendations
Reykjavík is a young, modern town built on a human scale, and a hot spot for European “partiers” drawn by its Saturday night fever. But you can also enjoy the museums in this lively capital of Iceland, as well as its hot springs and omnipresent nature.
Tourist attractions Reykjavík : Things to see and do
41 Suðurgata IS - Reykjavík
The National Museum of Iceland features reconstructed settings and original presentations (such as a conveyor belt with a parade of 20C objects) recounting the country’s history as well as its everyday life since its settlement circa 800. A dense and..
Öskjuhlið IS - Reykjavík
The Saga Museum retraces the island’s history from the 8C to the 18C in 17 scenes “performed” by amazingly realistic silicon figures. It is housed in one of the six aluminium-covered water tanks in the Perlan , a hot water reservoir overlooking Reyk..
Place Austurvöllur IS - Reykjavík
Located between the harbour and Lake Tjörnin , the old town is a small neighbourhood developed in the 18C around wool-producing workshops. Brightly painted houses in wood and corrugated iron adjoin recent buildings including the Town Hall. In the ce..
Sudurlandsbraut 2 IS - 108 Reykjavík
Prix Prices from : 166 €
Located in Reykjavik’s business district, this good-value hotel provides a free shuttle bus to the city centre. It offers a 5-star gourmet restaurant, popular breakfast buffet and helpful, knowledgeable staff. Hilton Reykjavik Nordica’s bright rooms..
Austurstaeti 6 IS - 101 Reykjavik
Posthusstraeti 11 IS - 101 Reykjavik
Prix Prices from : 119 €