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The Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, is one of nature’s most spectacular phenomena. These incredible, otherworldly illuminations are best experienced from Reykjavik in the winter-time – and are an essential part of any trip here.
City breaks can be non-stop, so the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa offers the perfect solution to weary sightseers. It’s one of the most popular Reykjavik attractions but also gives you the opportunity for some fabulous relaxation time – and kids will love swimming around in the warm water!
You just can’t visit Iceland and not see its famous “Golden Circle”, visiting many of Iceland's must-see attractions, along rugged mountain roads and bumpy off-road tracks. Reykjavik may be a city break, but there’s a whole world of untouched nature right on its doorstep! A tour of Gullfoss & Geysir offers erupting geysers, one of Iceland’s most spectacular waterfalls and the country’s best-loved National Park, Thingvellir, in the space in a day.
Fancy adding some thrills to your day? Take the Golden Circle & Langjokull Jeep Tour, which throws in some added extra fun with a full-pelt snowmobile ride across Iceland’s second-biggest glacier!
Reykjavik is the heart and soul of Iceland - renowned for its art scene, sightseeing and nightlife, plus shops, museums and restaurants. You’ll find things to do in Reykjavik to satisfy all manner of tastes.
You can positively feel the energy in Iceland’s capital - whether from the boiling thermal energy underground, the natural green energy within and around the city, or the lively culture and nightlife.
A modern city with an old-fashioned twist, Reykjavik has a fascinating history that stretches back over a thousand years to the Vikings and beyond!
Filled with natural wonders, spectacular sights and friendly locals, this is a city that truly has everything! Check out the guides and tips above for our recommendations on Reykjavik attractions.