Iceland is shrouded by an etherealism brought upon by its scenic landscapes. Mist-caped lagoons and mountains, the electric whorls of the Northern Lights, cascading waterfalls framed by black volcanic rock these just skim the surface of the magic that Iceland unveils to the errant visitor.
Though the main draw of the Nordic nation is its natural wonders, anyone keen to explore Iceland will need to make a necessary pitstop in Reykjavik, the country's capital city. Reykjavik is not only its largest city but the most densely populated one as well (which is not saying much for Iceland given how sparse its population numbers are), it is the epicentre through which one ventures to the rest of their tour of Iceland. Reykjavik also is home to an amalgamation of natural, cultural and historical sites that will tell tales of Icelandic life, past and present.
Should you decide to visit the land of the ice and fire for a holiday, we've rounded up a list of what to do in Reykjavik to kickstart your Iceland itinerary.
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