Reykjavik is both the capital of Nordic country Iceland and it’s the largest city. With Keflavik International Airport less than an hour’s drive from the city center, it’s a popular destination for travelers.
Known as one of the most expensive countries on earth, traditional accommodations like hotels and guesthouses can consume a travel budget quickly. Fortunately, Reykjavik hostels offer a comfortable and affordable alternative for travelers.
The city is chock-full of cultural opportunities, from free walking tours to concerts at Harpa, Reykjavik’s opera house. There is no shortage of cafes, restaurants, and coffee shops selling both traditional and modern Icelandic fare within the city. Opportunities for visiting museums
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