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Bästa sakerna att göra i Reykjavík

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“Take the elevator to the top 10 USD. Amazing view over the city. Opening hours see their website.”
515lokala rekommendationer
“Harpa is the iconic glass structure next to the harbor. It is the home of Icelandic Symphony Orchestra which plays every Thursday during the season in the 2000 seat hall Harpa also has a number of smaller auditoriums suitable for all kind of music and events. It's also a great spot to get a view of a good part of the harbor and the old city. https://en.harpa.is/”
376lokala rekommendationer
“Make it a morning ritual to go swimming in the iconic Sundhöllin and chat with the locals in the hot tubs and saunas. Ideal day spa at super affordable price. ”
370lokala rekommendationer
“Our neigborhood swimming pool. Outside warmed up swimmingpool with a selection on jacuzzi's , sauna and steam bath. It's where you will meet all the locals. ”
359lokala rekommendationer
“If you want to treat yourself to a very nice meal - we recommend this place.”
276lokala rekommendationer
“The Pearl is a building with an (expensive) restaurant built on top of five enormous water containers. There are a museum inside and you can go out on the top of the water containers and from there you have a great view of Reykjavik and the mountains around. It is close by and takes no time to go there by car.”
227lokala rekommendationer
History Museum
“The standard museum for Icelandic history. Presents Icelandic cultural heritage, from the nation's earliest settlement to modern times.”
283lokala rekommendationer
“The largest swimming pool in Reykjavík. Opens very early and is open late. See here for hours: https://reykjavik.is/stadir/laugardalslaug Dont be surprised to see very few people swimming, and instead the hot tubs are full. ”
275lokala rekommendationer
“A good, high end shopping center with almost anything. There is also a supermarket (Hagkaup) and you can by alcohol in the wine shop. There is a food court and a few restaurants and coffee shops. And a cinema.”
211lokala rekommendationer
“Local French Icelandic bistro with good quality dishes for a resonable price. Try the fish of the day, half price lunch offer. ”
217lokala rekommendationer
“The old harbour warehouse, Hafnarhús, offers a progressive exhibition program with local and international contemporary artists. The works of key figures, as well as established and emerging current artists are presented in six galleries. Hafnarhús is also home to the works of Erró (b. 1932), a significant player in the international pop art scene. Hafnarhús is located in the oldest part of Reykjavik, where the town’s boats and first docks lay. The building was erected in the 1930s and at the time it was one of the largest buildings in the country. It was renovated by Studio Grandi architects in 1998-2000 to house Reykjavík Art Museum. ”
244lokala rekommendationer
“This is the local bakery you will get your fixings from, if you like any and all baked goods. Get a snudel!”
174lokala rekommendationer
“Service Icelandic beer called KALDI which is one of my favourite beer. Its where the locals hang out.”
190lokala rekommendationer
“You haven't had a taste of Iceland until you try these. Some say best hot dogs in the wolrd! The line might be long but it goes fast. A small shed and you eat outside. Our favorite is with fried onions, ketchup and mustard. ”
135lokala rekommendationer
“This museum is named after Johannes Kjarval, one of Iceland´s most famous painters. The museum often have guided tours in English. They have a great selection of the work done by Kjarval and other Icelandic artists. The location is not so far from my house. ”
191lokala rekommendationer