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Blue Lagoon

Mineral-rich hot water from far beneath the earth forms the spectacular Blue Lagoon, where a luxurious health spa has been developed in the rugged lava landscape. The lagoon’s geothermal seawater is known for its positive effects on the skin. The Blue Lagoon is a 40-minute drive from Reykjavík.
Reykjavik Park And Zoo

Reykjavik Park And Zoo

With some 150 animals from 19 different species, including seals, foxes and reindeer. They also offers an amusement park with rides and activities, here you have the chance to ride an Icelandic horse. This is the ideal place for a day out with the family.
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The Thermal Beach In Reykjavik

Nautholsvik is one of the few places in Iceland where you can take a dip in the sea, as it is normally too cold for swimming. Here, a thermal beach has been created where natural hot water flows out into the sea to allow Icelanders and tourists to swim in the Atlantic waves.
Food & Fun

Food & Fun

The Food & Fun festival combines extraordinary culinary talent with a selection of fine Icelandic ingredients, add to that Reykjavik's world famous nightlife and countless adventures in the great outdoors and you have the ultimate recipe for fun! The essential component of the festival involves world-renowned chefs collaborating with Reykjavik's finest restaurants, and as an extra serving of food and fun, chefs compete to create a three-course meal using exclusively Icelandic ingredients. The Food & Fun Festival will take place for the 13th time between February 26th and March 2nd 2014. www.foodandfun.is
The Hallgrimskirkja Church

The Hallgrimskirkja Church

Take the lift to the top of this 75-metre high and incredibly iconic church for amazing views of the Icelandic capital.
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Reykjavik Art Museums

Three museums feature the artwork of some of Iceland’s most famous artists. Hafnarhus is located on Tryggvagata, Kjarvalsstadir on Miklatun and Asmundarsafn between Sudurlandsbraut and Sigtun.
Winter Lights Fostudagur

Winter Lights Fostudagur

Amazing Days of Darkness in Reykjavik! The long winter days of darkness in Reykjavik are to be illuminated magnificently at the city's next annual Winter Lights Festival. From 6 - 15 February 2014, the festival promises another superb collection of sparkling events, all delivered with our customary commitment to quality and diversity. Prepared to be amazed by the dramatic interplay of darkness and light at the Winter Lights Festival 2014! vetrarhatid.is
Reykjavik City Museum

Reykjavik City Museum

Open air museum established in 1957, that aims to give visitors an idea of Icelandic architecture and the lifestyle on the island in the past.
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