Hallgrimskirkja is one of the best known landmark in Reykjavik and offers great view over Reykjavik from the observation tower
Harpa is a cultural and social centre located in the heart of Reykjavik. Many events are held at Harpa including Iceland Airwaves.
Austurvöllur is a public square in Reykjavik located close to the Parliament House, The City's oldest Church, Cafes, restaurants and shops
The Blue Lagoon is a natural geothermal spa located in the middle of a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula.
Sólfarið is a sculpture made by Jón Gunnar Árnason located on Sæbraut road in Reykjavik with Mount Esja in the background
Reykjavik City Hall is surrounded by the Reykjavik Pond, Tjörnin. The pond is the home to many ducks, swans and geese
Laugardalur is a popular recreational area in Reykjavik. The area offers outdoor thermal pool and a family park.
Mount Esja offers great hiking trail and amazing view over Reykjavik from the top
The Glacier Exhibition at Perlan offers an opportunity to experience and learn about glaciers in Iceland
Nautholsvik is a man-made geothermal beach in Reykjavik that offers Hot Tub and a Steambath
The Imagine Peace Tower is a tower of light dedicated to the English singer from the Beatles John Lennon
Höfði is a house in Reykjavik with a remarkable history that relates to Iceland's relations with other nations.