Located on the edge of the Arctic Circle and surrounded by a volcanic landscape, Reykjavík has developed its own fascinating and wonderfully idiosyncratic sense of style.
Far from being some remote and frozen outpost, visitors quickly discover that Reykjavík has nightlife every bit as hot as the city’s geothermally heated pools. The locals are also some of the warmest people you’ll ever meet. Many of them believe in the existence of elves and trolls, which we find weirdly charming. With a unique combination of glaciers, volcanoes, hip clubs and stylish bars, there's ample opportunity to explore the wild and untamed. If you're looking for something a little different, then Reykjavík is most definitely it.
In the height of summer the sun hardly slips below the horizon. If the mood takes you, the long hours of sunlight make it possible to play golf in the middle of the night. Winter is the complete opposite, with long hours of darkness, but perfect conditions for snowmobiling and dog-sledding.