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Reykjavik travel tips
1) Spot the Faxaflói Square to see the symbol of Reykjavik`s economics
Wandering the Faxaflói Square, you may admire the stunning architecture and see the basis of Reykjavik`s economics. There are two columns on the square trickling hot water, throwing steam into the air. It symbolises the founding of the city. Geothermal water is used to heat around 90% of Iceland’s homes being cooled and pumped straight into nearby homes' taps.
2) Fishing lovers are welcomed to Fishing gourmet tours in Reykjavik
Reykjavik may boast an unusual fishing gourmet tour. Departing from the harbour, the three-hour tour takes visitors out to the open sea, where you may catch anything from cod and haddock to rockfish and pollack. What can be better than getting fish by yourself and then cooking it with the professional team's help? This excursion is suitable for any fishing skills. Check the options of local agencies like Reykjavík Sea Adventures.
3) Low-budget tourists should know that Couchsurfing in Reykjavik is common and acceptable
If you have no trouble sleeping at a random person’s house, consider Couchsurfing a nice affordable option. People in Reykjavik are hospitable, and if you choose this way of living, you are already provided with additional benefits. Locals usually do their best to help and impress tourists.
Iceland COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
- Travel is allowed
- No proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results is required
- No quarantine is required
Most travelers from Slovakia can enter Iceland, but there are restrictions.
Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.
Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in Iceland in our dedicated Stories article.
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