Reykjavik City Hall

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  • Address: Tjarnargata, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Tags: Hall

About Reykjavik City Hall, Reykjavik

City Hall is a fine example of late 20th century architecture. There is a café and exhibition hall and a large relief map of Iceland.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Reykjavik City Hall

  • 14.24% of people who visit Reykjavik include Reykjavik City Hall in their plan

  • 70.23% of people start their Reykjavik City Hall visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Reykjavik City Hall

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

69.57% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Reykjavik City Hall

People normally club together National Museum Of Iceland and Minjasafn Reykjavikur while planning their visit to Reykjavik City Hall.

People also prefer to start their day with Reykjavik City Hall.

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Reykjavik City Hall, Reykjavik Reviews

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  • Stunning building with a great view over the lake. A must visit to find information about not only Reykjavik but Iceland in general.

  • We went there to see the 3D map but it was gone due to a temporary exhibition. Nevertheless the building is interesting on its own and inside you can find all kinds of touristic information and book tours.

  • The 3D map of Iceland is cool, there are public bathrooms but only 2 stalls (in women's room) so the wait is long, supposed to be free wifi but it wasn't working when I visited, useful road maps in visitors centers but the guides in the visitor center are all things the companies pay to be in- most of the best restaurants I ate at aren't listed, same with some exhibits, etc. To be fair I didn't speak to the visitor center staff so I can't say how they were

  • Free wifi, bathrooms, maps and houses of all parts of Iceland. You can also talk to real people at several info desks that can answer all your question and help you book any type of tour you want. There is also a big model of Iceland which is interesting to see especially after making the drive around the country.

  • Helpful place to figure out what to do not so much to do there besides the awesome map

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