Reykjavik is the capital and largest city of Iceland. The city serves as the focal point of the culture as well as the life of the natives of Iceland. This city also stands distinctive as being the world’s northernmost capital and it also provides great rugged adventure options beyond. Visitors love this city for its energetic and open-minded culture that includes a hip as well as internationally recognized music scene, great food and raucous nightlife. The key highlight of this city is city center that is a very small area popular for its eclectic and colorful houses, good shopping, dining and drinking. This city also houses snow-topped mountains, churning seas and crystal-clear air with a great combination of happening city life.
Budget per nightUSD 99
35.6oF Max 30.2oF Min
Best Time to VisitJune-August By far the warmest time of year, summertime is also the brightest season with nearly 24 hours of sunlight at the end of June and into July. Many major events takes place at this time.
Moderate MonthSeptember to April September sees temperatures descending into the lower 40s, but hotel rates will also drop now that the summer peak season is finished. You'll also encounter fewer tourists. From October to April the night are long and temperatures in the 20s and 30s characterize Iceland's winter.
Other Suitable MonthsMay May might still see some snow on the ground, but the days will be getting longer and the temperatures will be rising. Plus, the prices for flights and hotels won't be as high as they will be in June.
Reykjavik is famous for & as:Museums, Tourist City, Shopping, Capital
Many cities are accessible from Reykjavik. We have selected the most popular tourist cities that you can visit after Reykjavik. Based on number of days in hand for vacation these cities have been listed and can be added to your travel itinerary by selecting "Add to Trip" displayed on the right of each city name.