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Soak it up and Steam it off in Reykjavík, Iceland

You will never run out of places to visit and things to do in Reykjavík, Iceland. It will keep you on your toes day and night. It is not only a city that will keep you busy, it is the best place in the world to soak it up and steam it off!

The capital and the largest city of Iceland, Reykjavík is located on the southern shore of the Faxaflói Bay. The city was founded in 1786 and has about 120,000 inhabitants as of 2014. According to Travelio, Reykjavík is one of the top ten safest cities in the world, and according to studies, the city is the cleanest among the cities in the Baltic and Nordic countries. Keflavik International Airport is your gateway to Reykjavík. It is located about 50 kilometers from the heart of the city, and is served by major international carriers from all over the world.

A frenzy of activities and places to visit will welcome you in Reykjavík. Its numerous attractions include the Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre, National Museum of Iceland, Open-Air Folk Museum – Arbaejarsafn, Grotta Lighthouse, Volcano House, The Tin Can Factory, Bridge Between Continents, Domkirkjan, and the Leidarendi Cave. After a day visiting its attractions, you can spend the night partying at Austur, Players, Slipp Bar, and the Viking Restaurant Fjorugardurinn. A little stressed out from all the activities? Reykjavik is known for its thermal pools and spas including the Nauthholsvik Geothermal Beach, Laugardalslaug, and the Blue Lagoon. These places are where you can relax, enjoy the natural hot springs, and make friends with the locals.

The world’s most northerly capital city will enchant you with its beauty and attractions. Consult your travel agent and book a trip to Reykjavík as soon as possible. 


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