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Great Geysir

4.6/5124 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Great Geysir, in Icelandic means burst spring. The Great Geysir is a round pool. The spring in the center of the pool is a "cave". The temperature inside the "cave" is higher than 100 degrees centigrade. Every time the spring erupts, only the sound of the rumbling in the hole can be heard, and the sound gradually becomes louder and louder, and the boiling water also surges until it rushes out of the hole and sprays into the sky, turning from the middle water column to the steam rushing to the sky. And then it turns into drops of water, which is very spectacular.

Church of Hallgrímur

4.5/5158 Reviews
9:00-17:00 (Local time)
Halgrims Cathedral is located on the hills of Reykjavik’s city centre, named after the famous Icelandic writer Halgrims, to commemorate his great contribution to Icelandic literature. Built in 1930, the church is an iconic building in Reykjavik. The statue of Sigmund in front of the church was built to commemorate the independence of Iceland's father, Sigzon.

Icelandic Phallological Museum

4.4/516 Reviews
Located in central Reykjavik, the Icelandic Phallological Museum houses the world’s largest collection of penises and penis parts. The museum contains specimens from many different marine and land animals, all displayed to show the sheer variety of phalluses in the natural world. Visitors will certainly remember this unique and fascinating attraction.


4.5/586 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
Located in the southwest of Iceland, Seljalandsfoss is one of the waterfalls that have a big water head in Reykjavik. There is a curved path on the lower level of Seljalandsfoss, which allows one to follow this road to the back of the waterfall and enjoy the spectacular view of the waterfall from a unique perspective.

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4.4/54 Reviews
Water Park
Monday-Friday 6:30-22:00, Saturday-Sunday 8:00-22:00, holiday opening hours can be found on the official website. (Local time)
The city's most sizeable pool complex, Laugardalslaug offers indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hot tubs, an 86 meter water slide and more.


4.3/586 Reviews
Open all day (Local time)
The Icelandic language of Reykjavik means “smoke city”. It is said that when people came to settle in the 9th century, they saw the white smoke rising from the shore and mistakenly thought that the water vapor in the hot spring was smoke. So got its name. Because geothermal resources are abundant here and geothermal energy supplies energy to the city's industry, boilers and chimneys are not visible here. The sky here is blue and the city is neat and clean with almost no pollution, so it is called the “smoke-free city”.


4.6/552 Reviews
Concert Hall
Modern Architecture

Lake Tjornin

4.2/539 Reviews

Art Gallery 101

Exhibition Hall