Originally built for French consul Jean-Paul Brillouin in 1909, the Höfði House is now the official reception venue of the City Council

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Reykjavik Sightseeing including Gullfoss and Geysir Express Tour

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Reykjavík Grand Excursion

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Hofdi House, Reykjavik

Originally built for French consul Jean-Paul Brillouin in 1909, the Höfði House is now the official reception venue of the City Council.

Originally built for French consul Jean-Paul Brillouin in 1909, the Höfði House is now the official reception venue of the City Council. It was once the residence of poet and businessman Einar Benediktsson, and has hosted has hosted famous personalities over the years such as the Queen of England, Winston Churchill and Marlene Dietrich. It is best remembered as the location of the 1986 Reykjavík Summit meeting of US President Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev of the USSR which was instrumental in ending the Cold War.


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 Fjörutún, 105 Reykjavík, Iceland

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The Sun Voyager

The Sun Voyager or Sólfar is an iconic sculpture facing Mount Esja on the North Atlantic shore in Reykjavik

Hallgrimskirkja

The iconic Hallgrímskirkja is the largest church in Iceland and one of the tallest structures in the country, soaring 73 metres high

Einar Jonsson Museum

Located atop the Skolavorduhaed hill in Reykjavik, the Einar Jonsson Museum showcases the complete collection of works by the eponymous Icelandic sculptor

Perlan

Situated atop Öskjuhlíð hill overlooking Reykjavik, Perlan is a landmark building fashioned out of geothermal water storage tanks

Harpa

Designed by visual artist Olafur Eliasson and Henning Larsen Architects, the Harpa is a breathtaking concert hall and conference centre in Reykjavík that is home to the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera

Domkirkjan

The Domkirkjan or Reykjavík Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Iceland

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Reykjavik City Hall

Situated on the northern shore of Lake Tjörnin in central Reykjavik, the City Hall is the seat of the city's Mayor and other executive officials

Settlement Exhibition

The Settlement Exhibition 871±2 in Reykjavík is centered around the archaeological excavation at Aðalstræti which uncovered the ruins of one of the first houses in Iceland dating back to circa 930-1000

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Tjörnin is a small lake in central Reykjavík that bustles with ducks, swans, geese and about 40 other species of birds the capital of Iceland