IF you are toying with idea of a trip ‘up north’ then you could find yourself a bit further than Inverness.
Reykjavik is Europe’s most northerly capital and some real scenic delights await you in Iceland. Just imagine – mountains, volcanoes, geysers and glaciers as the backdrop to your holiday selfies.
Makes a change from the poolside and palm trees!
In summer, visitors to this uber-cool city can enjoy long days under the midnight sun, whereas you can look forward to a fantastic display of the Northern Lights if you travel there in the winter months. A feast for the senses in any season.
Magical sights and scenery aside, there’s some real fun stuff going on in Reykjavik too and there’s plenty to keep you occupied.
Here are our TOP FIVE things to do on a trip to Reykjavik:
Golden Circle Tour
Take in hot springs, mud pools and waterfalls on a tour of Iceland’s most stunning sights.
Reykjavik has a colourful and vibrant nightlife with countless bars and clubs to party the night away into the wee small hours.
Visit Perlan (The Pearl)
This futuristic architectural landmark is a must see for enjoying breath-taking views of the city from its viewing platform. It even has a rotating restaurant as well as a year round Christmas shop.
Learn about the key moments in Icelandic history with an audio guide through the museum.
National Gallery of Iceland
Perfect for culture vultures to admire a fine collection of imaginative pieces.
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