Reykjavik is the largest city and the capital of the volcanic island. At first glance, Iceland doesn’t seem very accessible, but I was pleasantly surprised thanks in part by Iceland Unlimited Tours. I highly recommend them for anyone that wants to see parts of Iceland that you didn’t seem possible (ATV off road) and wish to see the beautiful northern lights.
*Radisson Blu 1919
Address: Pósthússtræti 21, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 599 1000
Wheelchair accessible and is close proximity to most Reykjavik attractions.
Address: Skólavörðustígur 14, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 571 1100
Best lobster tails and volcanic salted bread.
Address: Lækjargata 4, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 551 0100
Scandinavian open sandwiches; however, the restaurant is a little difficult to maneuver.
Address: Pósthússtræti 2, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 599 1050
Located in the Radisson Blu 1919, the seafood is quite superb.
Gulfoss Center Cafe
Address: Haukadalur, 35, Iceland
Phone: +354 480 6800
Points of Interest
Address: 240, Grindavik 420-8800, Iceland
Phone: +354 420 8800
Whale Watching Tours
Address: Reykjavík’s Old Harbour, AEgisgardur 5, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 555 3565
Wheelchair accessible and personnel were very friendly on helping me on and off the ship.
Oldest Bookstore in Iceland
Address: Austurstraeti 18, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 540-2610
Keflavik is a nice airport, very easy to maneuver and not too big. Beware the airport is about 30 minutes from Reykjavik, so prepare t book a taxi or van in advance.