Reykjavik is a radiant city full of contrasts. The capital city of Iceland is situated in the southwestern part of Iceland and it is the largest city in the country. It is rich in history and culture, and features natural beauty and colourful buildings that will astound you.
This modern region is really inexplicably unique, surrounded by majestic landscapes, and is believed to be the most enduring and prehistoric settlements in Iceland. The vibrant and wild nightlife in the city is worth experiencing to see why it is nicknamed the "nightlife capital of the North". There is much to discover and explore in Reykjavik with so many things to see and do.
How to get to the city centre
Whether you are travelling from Heathrow or Gatwick Airport, all flights from London to Reykjavik are handled by Keflavík International Airport (KEF). Better-known as Reykjavík-Keflavík Airport, Keflavik Airport is the largest airport in Iceland and is located about two miles west of Keflavik, which is about 31 miles southwest of Reykjavik.
Getting to the city from Reykjavík-Keflavík Airport is easy. The most convenient way to transport to the city is Flybus, which departs the airport about 40 minutes after your flight and takes about 45 minutes to get to the city. You can also rent a car or get a private taxi at the airport arrivals area to transport you to the city.