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Category: Specialty Shops
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Alafoss (Mosfellsbaer)
Ranked #2 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
Category: Shops
Owner description: Álafoss is located in an old factory by the waterfall Álafoss in Alafosskvos, Mosfellsbaer. You will find a wide range of... more » Owner description: Álafoss is located in an old factory by the waterfall Álafoss in Alafosskvos, Mosfellsbaer. You will find a wide range of traditional Icelandic wool sweaters, knitting yarn, and other wool accessories. You can also experience this important side of Iceland's industrial history by visiting the factory building which exhibits a selection of old knitting machinery and photographs from the early days. « less
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Ranked #3 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
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Ranked #5 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
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Owner description: Búrid - The Icelandic Pantry is a cheese shop in Reykjavík offering the best in gloriously stinky cheeses, jams, olives,cured... more » Owner description: Búrid - The Icelandic Pantry is a cheese shop in Reykjavík offering the best in gloriously stinky cheeses, jams, olives,cured meats, chutneys and other nibbles and noshes. The store has developed a strong following among Icelandic curd nerds for its selection of specialty foods from dairy farms and other small, local producers all over the country. You’ll find artisan cheeses made from Iceland’s unique goat’s, cow’s, and ewe’s milk, alongside organic skyr (skyr and Icelandic goat’s milk are the country’s two contributions to Slow Food’s Arc of Taste). Burid also offers up homemade farmhouse ice cream and other local epicurea like smoked and cured salmon, locally made preserves and harofiskur (traditional dried fish). The staff is eager to talk shop so it's a good place to get the skinny on the local foodie scene and sample some of the finest farmhouse fare Iceland has to offer. « less
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Ranked #6 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
The first and only watch manufacturer in Iceland.
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Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: In the centre where Reykjavik’s old heart beats there is a charming red house, once called Aberdeen. There, Kogga, one of... more » Owner description: In the centre where Reykjavik’s old heart beats there is a charming red house, once called Aberdeen. There, Kogga, one of Iceland’s most renowned ceramic artists, runs her studio and gallery. The artist warmly welcomes visitors to her gallery that displays unique art pieces hand crafted on the spot. Catch a glimpse of the kiln in the back, it ensures visitors to cool Iceland a very warm welcome indeed! « less
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Ranked #11 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
Owner description: You come and get dressed up as a Viking, pick your ideal weapon and get your portrait taken!... more » Owner description: You come and get dressed up as a Viking, pick your ideal weapon and get your portrait taken! « less
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Ranked #17 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: This photo gallery is located on the main shopping street in central Reykjavík, Laugarvegur 50. Accessable by foot from most... more » Owner description: This photo gallery is located on the main shopping street in central Reykjavík, Laugarvegur 50. Accessable by foot from most of the main hotels in Reykjavík and close to the domestic airport and bus terminals it should be an easy task to find us. « less
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Ranked #21 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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Ranked #22 of 28 shopping in Reykjavik
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: Walking the shores, roaming the highlands. Collecting things, shells, herbs, bones, twigs. Listen to the material – What do... more » Owner description: Walking the shores, roaming the highlands. Collecting things, shells, herbs, bones, twigs. Listen to the material – What do you want to become? What is your story? Life is in everything and all is included in life. That´s us and that is what we do.Nine Worlds is the artists and designers Ari Svavarsson’s and Ágústa Malmquist’s workshop and gallery. In the gallery you can find unique artifacts based on ancient inheritance and mythology. « less
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Owner description: Veiðihornið is the largest fishing shop in Iceland. In the shop you will find the largest selection of local flies and the... more » Owner description: Veiðihornið is the largest fishing shop in Iceland. In the shop you will find the largest selection of local flies and the premium fly fishing brands such as Sage, Simms, Winston, Waterworks and many more. The employees are knowledgeable and experienced anglers. We have the latest news from the riverbanks and information on fishing. We offer Tax Free prices in Veidihornid. « less
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