Things to Do in Reykjavik for Couples

Top Couples' Activities & Things to Do in Reykjavik, Iceland

Best Things to Do in Reykjavik for Couples

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  • Margaret G
    Arlington, VA4 contributions
    Films of an active volcano and northern lights are great. Ice cave is fun to explore and there are wonderfully informative exhibitions about glaciers and the flora and fauna of Iceland. We were lucky to be just ahead of the tour buses, so we had easy access to all the attractions.
    Written September 30, 2022
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  • r0bert870
    Wigan, UK664 contributions
    Architecturally an amazing building! Both inside and out Harpa looks so different to any other concert hall. At night it looks beautiful.
    Written September 27, 2022
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  • wohdonkey
    Newark, OH1,961 contributions
    We stopped here with a tour group. We were able to view inside the church as well as the outside. The knight sculptures outside the church were very unique. It was worth the stop to see the largest church in Iceland! If you are standing on Rainbow Street, you can also see the church and it is within walking distance.
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • William M
    Belleville, IL434 contributions
    This is a very interesting museum. They have 2 floors of exhibits. The information at each exhibit is in multiple languages including English. You can spend an entire day there if you read everything. The is a lot of information shared on the life stile of the Icelandic people over centuries. Very worth your time to go here.
    Written October 3, 2022
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  • WestchesterP2
    New York City, NY451 contributions
    Small but a great way to learn about the aurora. The explanation of the science is easy to understand. Info re: photography was very helpful.
    Written September 20, 2022
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  • susan L
    Milton, MA14 contributions
    The exhibition is multimedia which made learning about the area history visually diverse. We wished we had allowed more than an hour and a half to visit, as the museum is larger than we expected and there is so much to see.
    Written October 3, 2022
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  • wohdonkey
    Newark, OH1,961 contributions
    We were staying nearby and walking along the harbor. The Sun Voyager just happened to be along the way. It was a quick and easy stop to see a cool work of art. Beautiful views of the harbor in the background as well.
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • Fwbeachbumgmail
    Woodstock, GA55 contributions
    Great 18th and 19th restored and reproduced village. Gives a great taste of life 200 years ago in Iceland. Tour guides were great. They were very informed and educational.
    Written September 29, 2022
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  • wohdonkey
    Newark, OH1,961 contributions
    We were staying at a hotel nearby and decided to go shopping for souvenirs and a place to have lunch. There are plenty of dining options in the area. Lots of places for souvenirs. My favorite stop was a candy shop with a chocolate tasting. Rainbow Street is also a fun and unique stop. Great place to explore and walk around when visiting the area!
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • Johannah M
    Boston, Massachusetts, United States65 contributions
    We were two daughters ages 12 and 14 and my husband and me. It was inexpensive for a family of 4. We spent two hours there. You get bracelets you have to scan to enter and leave. There are handicapped/family/gender neutral changing rooms with a key. There were many pools and hot pots of different temperatures. I wish we could have gone a second time!
    Written August 10, 2022
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  • Kaye N
    Provo, UT2,124 contributions
    We tried to visit the lighthouse but the roads into it were closed. We took some pictures and watched birds in the area but the best part was a little hot pool to soak your feet. A passerby told us about it so we went and used the little hot pot. It was cold outside (in July) but the water felt great on our tired feet. I'd love more time to explore that area.
    Written September 28, 2022
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  • Graham J
    32 contributions
    We used our Reykjavik City passes to catch the ferry to Videy. It is very quiet and relaxing there. Just nature, some lovely old buildings and Yoko Ono's Peace Tower to see. Coffee and food available in that big house you see in the photo, or take a picnic and explore the island. Plenty of return ferries to choose from. Not recommended as disabled access friendly - steep climb up the hillside when you get there.
    Written September 27, 2022
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  • Relaxlife Tonetta
    Miami, FL393 contributions
    I found this museum to be so cute… it was a wealth of information I learned about penises of all sizes from all mammals it was really interesting. If you have some free time it’s a cute enjoyable activity gets you out of the cold and enjoy some penis waffles for breakfast…
    Written October 1, 2022
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  • Jcl81
    Hokksund, Norway101 contributions
    The sagas are interesting and this museum brings you the history in about 30 minutes.
    The audio guide works great and the exhibition feels authentic.
    Liked this one.
    Written October 2, 2022
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  • Shaun S
    Atlanta, GA280 contributions
    It's an interesting experience. Not very hot in the lagoon but, for the bold, still super fun to try out.
    Written September 20, 2021
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