Sun Voyager SculptureCurrently Open
- Address: Sculpture & Shore Walk, Reykjavik, Iceland
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Outdoors, Walking Area
Sun Voyager Sculpture - Review
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
- Domino’s Pizza
- Kryddlegin Hjortu
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sun Voyager Sculpture
95% of people who visit Reykjavik include Sun Voyager Sculpture in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
27.76% of people start their Sun Voyager Sculpture visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sun Voyager Sculpture
89.22% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sun Voyager Sculpture
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Sun Voyager Sculpture, Reykjavik Reviews
Beautiful sculpture on the shores of the bay. It is best to view it during sun set, when the light is warmer and softer than during the dat. With the city and the mountains in the background, it makes a beautiful picture.
Spent most of the day walking about Reykjavik on a transatlantic stopover. Iceland air lets you stay up to seven days without affecting your airfare price. Wandered about finding all kinds of cool stuff. The sculpture is amazing, and maybe even more so was the neat little geocache box just a few metres away down the walkway with the inscription: "In a crevice among some large rocks by the Atlantic Ocean in Reykjavik.". You should try and find it...
Beautiful place to sit and take photos. Can get crowded. Everyone seemed willing to take turns taking photos. They have a few rows of seating.
A must see for tourists. There is nice and easy parking right at the sculpture, as well. And for geocachers, there's a quick, fun traditional here.
I recommend going and see this sculpture as it is not ordinary at all. Is walking distance from the city center and the areas where everybody goes.