What to do in Reykjavik?

Perhaps the best thing about Reykjavik's swimming pools is that you can enjoy them year-round and in every type of weather. You can easily relax with a soak in an outdoor hot tub, even if it's 23 F (-5 C) outside and snowing. This is one of the fun things to do in Reykjavik for visitors of all ages. 9. Visit Hallgrimskirkja Church

How many people live in Reykjavik?

Home to under 135,000 inhabitants, Reykjavik has a wealth of sights and activities that will appeal to culture, nature, and nightlife enthusiasts alike. When visiting Reykjavik be sure to book your hotel here to find the best hotel prices in Reykjavik. You can also find the largest selection of day trips from Reykjavik.

How to get from Iceland to Reykjavik?

If you’re traveling Iceland on a budget and don’t mind a little extra time in transit, Bus 55 is the best option for you. A one way ticket to Reykjavik costs 1.850 ISK ($13.58 USD) and takes 1 hour, 20 minutes to get to the BSI Bus Terminal in Reykjavik. These buses run everyday of the week, nearly all day.

What are the best art galleries in Iceland?

The largest ones are the Reykjavik Art Gallery, Kjarval Museum, and the National Gallery of Iceland. The newest member of this institutional family is the Marshall House. Smaller venues include Mengi, Berg Contemporary, i8, Art Gallery 101, ART67 Gallery, Gallery Fold, and Gallery List, just to name a few.