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If you're spending some time in Downtown Reykjavik, Reykjavik City Hall and Laugavegur are top sights worth seeing.
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The abundant dining options and waterfront views are top of the list for many visitors to Vesturbær. A stop by Reykjavik Harbour or Landakotskirkja might round out your trip.
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Though Akureyri City Center might not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Akureyri Church and Akureyri Botanical Garden.
If you're looking for some top things to see and do in Breidholt and surrounding area, you can visit Arbaejarsafn and Reykjavik City Museum.
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While visiting Hlíðar, you might make a stop by sights like Laugavegur and Hofdi House.
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Reviewed on Jun 8, 2021
There are 2286 hotels to choose from with Expedia starting at $160 a night. The even better news? If you bundle your flights and hotel with us, you stand to save some serious cash. While you’re at it, you might like to add a rental car and some exciting experiences to your Iceland Vacation Package. Not afraid of the cold? Add a tour of Langjokull Glacier and Ice Cave to your package.
Day 1: Pick up your rental car at Keflavík International Airport. It’s less than an hour’s drive to Reykjavik from here, but you’ll want to allow an extra few hours for a soak at the iconic Blue Lagoon on the way.
Day 2: From Reykjavik, head out on a day trip around the Golden Circle. This famous route takes you past some of Iceland’s most mesmerizing sights — Thingvellir National Park, Geysir Hot Spring Area and Gullfoss Falls.
Day 3: Explore the coastal town of Vik. With its uninterrupted skies, this is a great spot to view the northern lights. The beautiful basalt beach, Reynisfjara, and the nearby puffin cliffs are also must-sees.
Held each February, the Winter Lights Festival will brighten your nights if you decide to visit at this time of year.
There’s lots to see and do in Iceland’s capital. Start planning your time here with our Reykjavik Vacation Packages.