With its small, multicoloured houses made of sheet metal, and its view of the surrounding mountains, Reykjavik looks more like a cute little town than a capital. However, the city plays this role wonderfully and accommodates two thirds of the Icelandic population, or in other words, a little less than 118,000 people. Everybody here benefits from this friendly-sized capital, the northernmost one in ...
Despite its airs of a small town, Reykjavik alone is home to two thirds of the country's population, namely around 118,000 inhabitants.
In this friendly-sized capital, culture and nature live together side by side.
Reyjkjavik is a good city to stay in between two excursions in the surrounding natural area.
With its views of the snow-capped summits, this peaceful little city is light years away from the polluted major urban centres found around the world.
A symbol of Reykjavik, Hallgrímskirkja is the biggest church in Iceland's capital.
Artists, musicians, writers, and designers all rub shoulders with one another in the streets of this city crowned the capital of culture in the year 2000.
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