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.
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A few questions about Reykjavik and Frankfurt
Hey, I will be travelling to Germany in September to spend the year in Freiburg on a university exchange. I have a flight leaving with Icelandair and I will be staying in Reykjavik for 2 nights. What are some cheap places to get food or even grocery stores? Yes, I do know that Iceland is extremely ...
Reykjavik - One day and night - what to do?
I am landing in Reykjavik at 6:30am and leave the next day at 7:20am so i have exactly one full day there, I am wondering if anyone can give me any useful tips for things to do during the day (day trips, etc) and night (restaurants, bars, things to go see). I will be there on a Wednesday. Any help ...