Welcome to Reykjavik, Iceland.
Brace yourselves as we are about to take a visit to Iceland’s largest and the capital city. Colorful houses, interesting streets, inspiring music, vibrant culture, and unexpected pop-ups and bars at every corner, it’s unlikely that you won’t fall in love with Reykjavik’s charming community culture. Miss JZ is here to make sure we don’t miss out on the most important facts about this city!
Places to Visit
Grotta Lighthouse is a small lighthouse at the north-westernmost point of Reykjavik, Iceland. Located on the Seltjarnarnes peninsula, it’s a perfect place to enjoy the outdoors, go for a walk, do some bird watching or experience the Northern Lights.
Perlan ('The Pearl') is a museum and rotating glass dome that stands on top of Öskjuhlíð Hill in Reykjavík; surrounded by forest, it is one of the capital's most distinctive landmarks. The site is built on top of six water tanks that together store 24 million litres of Reykjavík's hot water.
Hallgrímskirkja church is Reykjavík's main landmark and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. The church is both a parish church and a national sanctuary in Iceland.
Reykjavík Harbour refers to the Old Harbour and is located close to the centre of the city. It is the main port of departure for whale and puffin watching tours, as well as Northern Lights cruises.
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