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What to see in Reykjavik
Reykjavik is the biggest and capital city of Iceland. From mighty mountains to colorful villages and exciting outdoor adventures to relaxing hot springs, you’ll always have a fantastic trip in Reykjavik.
Reykjavik is home to incredible natural wonders that can make anyone a nature lover. Hop on an Icelandic horse and cross a volcanic landscape. Go whale watching and see these marine giants splash about.
Channel your inner Viking and conquer the trails of Mount Esja and Mount Vifilfell. Pick skiing or snowboarding to go down the slopes of Blafjoll. See the stunning Glymur Waterfall, then reach the top of Reykjadalur, so you can enjoy a dip at the hot springs.
Pamper yourself even more at the geothermal swimming pools of Laugardalslaug, Arbaejarlaug, and the Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach. You’ll get to experience the perfect mix of hot and cold.
See Reykjavik from the tower of the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church and the eye-catching Perlan building. Bring your camera to the Harpa concert hall too. And if you’re a Beatles fan, you can show love for John Lennon by visiting the Imagine Peace Tower.
Don’t forget to visit the museums too and stop by the National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik Art Museum, the Culture House, and the National Museum of Iceland. But if shopping is more your style, bring your wallet to Laugavegur shopping street and Skolavoroustigur for souvenirs.
Have the best visit to Reykjavik and join the locals in celebrating the city’s biggest events! Plan your trip on May for the Reykjavik Arts Festival, August for Culture Night, and October for Iceland Airwaves music fest. And you can’t miss viewing the breathtaking Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights from September to mid-April.
When to visit Reykjavik
The best time to visit Reykjavik is from June to August for the warmest temperature and the spectacular “midnight sun. But if you’re on a budget, the best time to visit Reykjavik is May for cheaper flights and hotels and September for cheaper hotels and fewer tourists too.
Filipinos need a visa to fly to Iceland and visit Rejkjavik for up to 90 days. So find out how to apply for a Schengen Visa for Iceland from another Philippine passport holder and visit the Embassy of Norway in the Philippines for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Reykjavik
Your plane will be bound for the Keflavik International Airport, where you can reach the city center by taxi, airport shuttle and bus, or public bus. Travel around Reykjavik by bus, taxi, booked tours, and walking too.
Temperature average in January
-2.5 - 2.5°C
Rainfall average in January
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