Reykjavik City Breaks

Shaped by the energy of the earth, bustling with the energy of a cosmopolitan capital, surrounded by the pure unpolluted energy of nature, Reykjavík is a city of striking contrasts. Small corrugated iron houses nestle next to futuristic glass buildings, state-of-the-art facilities lie minutes away from rugged volcanic terrain, and international influences mingle with Iceland's national traditions to create a unique culture where old embraces new. 

Whatever your interests, Reykjavík has something to offer. Whether you are seeking the bustling energy of a cosmopolitan city, the thundering thermal energy in the ground beneath your feet, or the quiet green energy of the landscape surrounding the city, Reykjavík promises a memorable visit.

5 Things To Do In Reykjavik

Did you know?

Reykjavik is the only western capital to not have a McDonalds or a Starbucks.

Suggested Break

Winter in Reykjavik

Despite being a relatively small island, there is so much to see and do in Iceland! The wild North is typified by volcanoes, waterfalls, glaciers, hot springs and rugged coastal landscapes. The areas around Reykjavik meanwhile are popular with travellers who want to mix metropolitan sights with natural wonders.

Guide price from £349pp* - call for the latest availability, prices and promotions

What's Included

Return flights from the UK
• Three nights 3* accommodation

*Price is based on flights from London Gatwick departing 18th April 2018

Additional Information
Useful Information
  • Flight time from London: 3 hours 15 min
  • Keflavík International Airport: 50km from the city centre; transfer time about 43 min
  • Currency: Icelandic króna

Places to shop

Reykjavík is full of boutiques and shops which feature the unique work of Icelandic designers using a variety of styles and materials. Great for finding a really unusual, yet incredibly stylish, piece of clothing. You can find something for all ages, shapes and sizes.

Icelanders have a great deal of affection for their atmospheric "old city centre", which in addition to top-of-the-line stores, has a great number of excellent cafes, restaurants and bars. Starting at the top of Laugavegur (Reykjavik's main shopping street, which is one mile long) and making your way westward, you will find a number of exclusive boutiques and fashion stores. But, there's more than just clothes to Laugavegur. There's accessories, children's clothes, fine porcelain, leather goods, cosmetics, lingerie, books, CDs and plenty more.

Places to eat

The opportunity to eat some of the world's freshest seafood and tastiest lamb is one that should not be missed in Reykjavik. These Icelandic specialties, as well as locally grown vegetables, game and ocean-fresh fish are served in creative ways across the city.


Reykjavik is also renowned as one of Europe's hottest nightspots, where the action on the friendly pub and nightlife scene lasts right through the night.


The Golden Circle

This tourist circuit takes in three popular attractions within the capital; Þingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss. 


At 73 metres tall the Hallgrímskirkja is the largest church in Iceland, and dominates the Reykjavik skyline. Take a trip to the top and discover the most breathtaking views of the city below. 

National Museum of Iceland

The National Museum gives a fantastic overview of the history and culture of Iceland, from settlement right up to the modern age. 

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