Sun Voyager Sculpture, Reykjavik

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Address: Sculpture & Shore Walk, Reykjavik, Iceland

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Facing the splendid mount Esja is this landmark as designed and created by Jon Gunnar Arnason. This sleek structure resembles a Viking ship and was made in honour of the Viking voyages thereby was named ‘Solfar’ or Sun Voyager.

It sits amidst the vast Atlantic ocean and has happily made to almost every other postcard from Iceland! The spot is ideal for a jog a stroll or to just sit and see the sun set. It also makes to the ut-most romantic spots in Iceland with the gleaming water of the ocean and beautiful snow-capped mountains at the back–a perfect sight for that selfie!

Sun Voyager Sculpture Information

  • An extremely picturesque location.

How To reach Sun Voyager Sculpture by Public Transport

  • Nearby bus station: Harpa

Restaurants Near Sun Voyager Sculpture

  • Aktu-Taktu
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Kryddlegin Hjortu

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  • It is just a work of art. I think it is beautiful, but not necessarily a reason to visit Iceland. It looks out over the bay and is inspired on a viking boat. It is nice to walk by when strolling along the boulevard.

  • Simple yet elegant. Great place to stop with a coffee and take in the view and sounds of the waves. Always a few people around there with cameras. Very fine piece of art

  • Interesting statue right on the water, complimented by the gorgeous mountain scenery behind it. This area is usually packed, so go early or late if you want to get some photos free of other people. (Or wait patiently while everyone else takes photos)

  • An interesting sculpture, but not nearly as interesting as the other sights to be seen in Reykjavik. Worth a quick stop, but won't take more than 10 minutes of your time.

  • Good to stop and look at, we were heading for the concert hall and stumbled across this on our way. Seating to take a break and good views of the harbour.

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