Reykjavik - guide for tourists

Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland. In this city, you can visit some of the most important structures in Iceland. The Alþingishúsið houses the parliament of Iceland. Part of the structure is also a museum dedicated to the history, not just of the city, but of the whole country. If you want to know more about the ancient culture of the town, there’s a museum called the Reykjavík 871±2. You’ll see the latest excavation that tells of the past of the city. On display are artifacts that were believed made in 930 AD. The city is also home of the largest and one of the tallest churches in Iceland, the Hallgrímskirkja. The tallest point of the church is 74.5 meters high. There are also activities in Iceland that you’ve never thought you can do because of the temperature. Nauthólsvík offers every visitor a rare chance to swim in the sea of Iceland. The only one in the country, the water is heated naturally by the thermal springs in the sea. For a formal thermal spa, you can visit the Blue Lagoon.
As a major tourist destination, there are many hotels in Reykjavík to choose from. You can have the priciest Reykjavík hotel or you can just go for
Reykjavik Hostel Village.
Whether or not you get discount hotels, Reykjavík is sure to give you a great experience for the weekend. Reykjavík travel packages and hotels can be booked online.