Icelandic Krona
Local Time:
Current Weather:
Not Available
Webcam For The Port Of Reykjavik
Link To Our Partner

Overview Of The Port Of Reykjavik

About Reykjavik
Reykjavík is the capital and largest city in south west Iceland. It is the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state.

There is so much to see in the Old Town itself. Printed walking guides are available from the main tourist office.

Along Tryggvagata, the street beside the harbour, there is an enormous mosaic depicting the city's maritime life.

Things to see include the unusual Hallgrimskirkja Church, Reykjavik Art and History Museums and Iceland's Golden Circle tour, offering a chance to explore the island's raw and rugged interior.

The Blue Lagoon is located about 40 minutes from town. Steaming, mineral-rich hot water from far beneath the earth forms this spectacular manmade lagoon, amid a rugged lava landscape.

Laugavegur and intersecting Skolavordustigur are the main shopping streets. Hand-knitted Icelandic wool sweaters are both lovely and cosy and knitted hats are a local trademark.

Seafood and lamb are popular on menus. Cod is the most popular choice, but haddock, Arctic char, halibut, salmon and monkfish are also common.
Cruise Terminal
Smaller ships may dock in the heart of town in in the Old Harbour, but most ships will use the cruise dock about two miles from the town centre. Facilities include toilets and telephones.

Shuttles are usually provided into town and taxis are also available.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Reykjavik

Sorry, No Weather Is Available
weather underground logo

Local Language & Phrases For The Port Of Reykjavik

Restaurant, Bar, Food & Drink Options In The Port Of Reykjavik

Shopping Options In The Port Of Reykjavik

Tours, Excursions & Things To Do In The Port Of Reykjavik

The tours feature is coming soon to