culture, street, travel, world

walking around in Reykjavik

600_9792-sc_wA trip to island is not complete, when skipping the capital, found 1786. Currently, there are living about 122,000 citizens in Reykjavik. It’s the most northern capital. A total of 320,000 citizens are living in whole Iceland.

First, I want to show you around a bit. In my next few posts I’ll focus on some of the touristic interesting landmarks.

Reykjavik has a small pedestrian area, where cars are allowed only at very certain times. Here are many shops. Some are in modern buildings other have a more traditional ambience. Although, the city is so small, I’d recommend at least one day for your visit. Or, better 2 or 3 half days. You’ll see some more details on your second or third visit. Things, you’ve overseen on your first visit.

Today’s gallery is quite large. I hope you enjoy them even though.

Have fun!

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