The world's most northerly capital boasts a volcanic skyline, with Hallgrimskirkja church watching over the city.

Reykjavík manages to combine a terrific blend of hip and wholesome, but without the stress that usually follows many bigger cities.


For activity tips, information on accommodation, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries we recommend the Visit Reykjavik guideway.


#Reykjavikloves is the city's offical hashtag, check out the turist bureo Instagram for some nice imagery of life in and around the city.


TravelAde host a greet collection of activity blogs, listings, practical info and even a special blog on what to do in Iceland in March.


Annually the Reykjavik Grapevine magazine award various establishment in the city with the Best of Reykjavik accolade - their online guide covers drinking & nightlife in the city, dining, shopping and culture. 



In partnership with Reykjavik Excursion we provide festival guests with specially discounted rate on tours in and around the city, including whale watching boat rides that depart from the old harbour, during and around Sónar Reykjavik 2018.