Reykjavík City Stay.

Reykjavík is the capital and largest city of Iceland. Its latitude, at 64°08′ N, makes it the world’s northernmost capital of a sovereign state and a popular tourist destination.

Lonelyplanet says this about Reykjavík: “The world’s most northerly capital combines colourful buildings, quirky, creative people, eye-popping design and a capricious soul to devastating effect.

In many ways Reykjavík is strikingly cosmopolitan for its size. After all, it’s merely a town by international standards, and yet it’s loaded with excellent museums, captivating art, rich culinary choices, and funky cafes and bars. When you slip behind the shiny tourist-centric veneer (it is a great base for tours to the countryside) you’ll find a place and a populace that mix aesthetic-minded ingenuity with an almost quaint, know-your-neighbours sense of community.

Add a backdrop of snow-topped mountains, churning seas and crystal-clear air, and you, like many visitors, may fall helplessly in love, returning home already saving to come back.” Read more:

In Iceland everything must be paid in Icelandic krona. On the 7th of October 2015 the exchange rate was 1 EUR 142,40 ISK. These activities (below) do not have to be booked or paid for in advance. You just show up and pay at the entrance. Except for the Accommodation which you can book from xx through the registration system.

Click here for an idea of 3 day stay in Reykjavík! 


During the Reykjavík City stay we can offer you:

Sleeping accommodation in a school or a scout house in Reykjavík.

Price 3.200 ISK per person per night

(Please note: bring your own mattresses and sleeping bag).

Breakfast: Cereal, bread, milk, juice etc – Price: 1.900 ISK p.p.

Packed lunch: Sandwiches, juice, fruit etc. – Price: 1.900 ISK p.p.

Book your accommodation – click on the link.


The cheapest way for transportation within Reykjavík is either walking (of course) or taking a bus. The city busses run every 15-30 minutes from 7 in the morning until midnight except Sundays when they start at 9:45.

Bus fares: 400 ISK per person per fare – you can also buy a nine token card (388 ISK for a single trip). There is also a special 20 token card for 12-17 year old at 2.800 ISK.

It is possible to buy a “Reykjavík City Pass” which gives access to museums, busses and swimming pools. In addition, the card also gives you a free ferry trip to Viðey island and discounts on various tours, in shops and on services.

The price for 24 hours card is 3.300 ISK (for 6-18 years old 1.200 ISK) – for 48 hours card 4.400 ISK (for 6-18 years old 2.300 ISK) and for 72 hours card 4.900 ISK (for 6-18 years old is 3.000 ISK).

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Entrance fee

Swimming pools: Adults  900 ISK, children (6-17 years old) 140 ISK

Viðey Island tour: Adults 1.100 ISK, children (7-15 years old) 550 ISK

The Family Park & Animal Zoo: Adults 800 ISK, children (5-12 years old) 600 ISK

Nauthólsvík Thermal beach: No admission.

Additionally there are numerous day to day activities possible including museums, shopping and city centre walks. Our staff will assist participants in a day to day organisation of their City stay if required.