Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and, not without reason, has become more popular in recent years.
From the Reykjavik Travel Guide
06 January 2014
The Twelfth Night, the last day of Yule, is celebrated in a colourful festive manner like New Years. Dinners, bonfires, parades and loads of fireworks celebrate the end of the Christmas season. It's a time for friends and family to gather around bonfires and share Icelandic folklore.
08 February 2014
All of Reykjavik's museums stay open late into the night, often past midnight with a special night bus that travels between the museums. All entrance is free in the celebration of culture and is a fantastic opportunity for tourists and locals to check out the museums in a unique way. Special events, such as theater, visual arts and dance are put on as well making it a fun night.
USA to ICELAND
A cheap way of flying is with Icelandair from New York. Returnfair from holland to NY with a stop in Reykjavik allowed is about 300 dollar. So I guess there must be some cheap fares NY-Reykjavik with them. ...
suggestions for a memorable weekend
Hey there! In two weeks my best friend and I will be in Reykjavik for the weekend, and I was hoping anyone who's been out that way could let us in on any out-of-the-way places/things to do for a good time. We want to do as much as we can, and guide books only go so far, so any suggestions would ...
Carpooling in Iceland from the 15th to the 28th of june
itinerary. Don't hesitate to reply, See you soon, Vincent 15 of june: Reykjavik - Pick up the car - sleep at Reykjavik 16 of june: Geysir & Gulfos - Sleep at Geysir or Skogar 17 of june: Skogafoss and around of vik ...
Arriving in Reykjavik
I got my dissertation finished, drove to Essex, met Laura's parents and flew to Reykjavik in the last couple of days. We arrived here yesterday, checked into Baldursbra guest-house, and slept immediately. Then explored Reykjavik. Its a very small capital city - understandable in a country with fewer ...
Posted in The Icelandic Saga by urchinjoe
It is a beautiful place, but boy it gets cold! I arrived around 6:30am and made the 40 minute drive to Reykjavik on a shuttle. They let me check in early. Nice folks all around. Stormy weather set ...
Posted in Sue and Brenda Do Europe by scoconino