Bars in Reykjavik

Bars in Reykjavik For such a small city, there are a decent amount of bars in Reykjavik! However, if you are planning on having a few drinks, do make sure you have enough money in your bank account… a pint of lager / glass of wine will be around £8-12 and cocktails can be close…

Restaurants in Reykjavik – Kopar

Restaurants in Reykjavik Kopar Restaurant Kopar is a restaurant in Reykjavik situated by the beautiful harbour. There was a gorgeous terrace area on both sides of the restaurant which would be amazing if had been slightly warmer than -5! Lucky for me, the restaurant area was lovely with rustic and warm decoration. Think wooden beams,…

Restaurants in Reykjavik – Tapas Barinn

Reykjavik Restaurants Tapas Barinn Icelandic cuisine has changed over the years but the traditional dishes remain. In the past, harsh weather conditions meant that people had to be creative about preserving food for the long dark winters. This is how the likes of putrefried shark, pickled ram testicles and blood pudding became staples dishes. Other…

Blue Lagoon Iceland

Blue Lagoon Iceland When you mention you are heading to Reykjavik, there is one question everyone asks: So, you are going to the Blue Lagoon Iceland? We were very pleasantly surprised with the Blue Lagoon – it is certainly more than just an Instagram worthy box to tick on your trip to Iceland. We booked…

Things to do in Reykjavik

Things to do in Reykjavik If you are not hiring a car, we would recommend basing yourself in Reykjavik and going on day trips from there. Read my separate posts here on my Golden Circle and South Iceland tour. Reykjavik is a small but pretty city but there is only really enough to do for…