View from Kaffivagninn. We went in the winter, when there is a lot of darkness — so this is 9:30 AM!
Iceland's oldest restaurant! A true, authentic taste of Iceland. To this day, this is my favorite meal I've had overseas. While the food was a nice hardy breakfast before exploring Iceland, the atmosphere is what I'm still dreaming about. Wander into this local fisherman favorite, and be greeted by elderly Icelandic gentlemen catching up with their pals, reading the latest Reykjavik news and sipping on their coffee. Located in central Reykjavik on the water, easy to add to your journey.
I was fortunate to be in Iceland in December, so many festive decorations lit up this brewery. More restaurant than traditional brewery, we were seated at a table looking out on the water. Sunset views mixed with holidays decor and delicious brews made for the perfect celebratory dinner. This brewery serves classic (and good) bar food, alongside an impressive array of brews and wines.
Best darn pizza I've had in my life (and I'm from Chicago). This intimate restaurant is a magical must. Its located in a quaint, almost home-like structure, filled with locals. Its dark light is perfect for a “treat yourself” night, while still being afforadable…or as affordable as Iceland can be!
Delve into Viking history and heritage in the Icelandic capital on this Reykjavik walking tour. Follow your guide through the streets and parks of Reykjavik, and gain insight into the city’s strong Viking influences. Discover top city attractions including the Harpa concert hall and Hallgrímskirkja Church, and pick up insider tips
Iceland has a strong mythical tradition, with all sorts of elves, trolls, and other popular folkloric characters, not to mention 13 iterations of Santa. With this guided tour of Reykjavik, you'll go into the oldest part of town to learn all about these creatures and their stories.