4/5 - Good
Verified traveller5 Nov 2019
We were only staying for 2 1/2 days so didn't get a chance to properly explore the town. We had a hire car which was handy to get in and out of Reykjavik.
Reviewed on 29 Mar 2020
Reviewed on 21 Aug 2020
Soak away your aches, get a massage treatment and swim in the milky blue waters of this mineral-rich geothermal pool sculpted by lava in Grindavik.
Once a maritime and fishing precinct, the Old Harbour now buzzes with restaurants, cafés and tour boat operators.
The dynamic architectural design and picturesque location of this modern civic building near the Tjörnin lakeside has made it a landmark in downtown Reykjavík.
Brightly colored shopfronts spill into the street and add atmosphere to the sidewalk dining areas and designer stores of Reykjavík’s main downtown shopping strip.
The sculptural glass façade of Reykjavík’s premier concert hall and conference center shines over the harbor, reflecting the water and the city’s energy.
With its magnificent tower, this church is one of Reykjavík’s most famous landmarks, dominating the skyline and serving as a useful compass point.
Verified traveller24 Feb 2019
Lovely harbour eating & shopping area.