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Monte Esja (área de Reykjavik)

Mount Esja (Reykjavik area) – located just 10 km. north of the Icelandic capital, this is not simply a single mountain, but in fact a 914-meter high volcanic mountain range (best-known for dominating Reykjavik’s skyline).   For climbers and hikers interested in exploring this mountain range, one must first go to Kjalarnes, past the town […]

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Reykjavik Old Harbor

Reykjavik Old Harbor — originally built during World War I, a majority of Reykjavik’s marine activity is conducted here — from whale watching expeditions to puffin tours.  The Vikin Maritime Museum and the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina are also found here. The recent proliferation of small independent businesses has helped this area grow into a […]

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Northern Lights

Northern Lights – foreigners who visit Iceland during the winter months will likely want to see the phenomenon known as the “northern lights” (a.k.a. Aurora Borealis — which may be visible from the Icelandic capital’s skyline, but more likely in the outerlying areas). NASA scientists predict the brightest Northern Lights display for 50 years thanks […]

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Reykjavik Culture Night

Reykjavik Culture Night – held every August (when the sunlight exists well into the evening in Iceland), this event takes place all across Reykjavík with celebrations in city streets and squares, in museums, businesses and even in residential gardens. Culture Night is now a permanent fixture in the annual calendar of events in Reykjavík and […]

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Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival

Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival – held every February in the Icelandic capital, this is a culture festival that celebrates winter and light with multiple events, exhibitions, poetry reading in a swimming pool, outdoor performances (including light shows), free admission to most of the city’s museums, free admission to some of the city’s popular thermal pools […]

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Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach (Reykjavik)

Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach (Reykjavik) – located just outside of the city of Reykjavik (by its international airport), is this geothermal beach. Originally opened in 2001, it now draws in an estimated 530,000 guests a year (both locals and tourists). The creation of the geothermal beach was an ambitious, but very successful, project involving the construction […]