The renowneed queer sportsclub Styrmir has been in hibernation for a while, but now it’s started up again...
Ok. You’re in Iceland. Most likely for the first time.
Geysir. That’s all well and good. But neither Geysir’s nor waterfalls are
something you eat. That’s why we have 15 brilliant and creative hamburgers at
The Hamburger Factory. And they are all perfectly square. Don’t miss out on
Iceland’s most beloved hamburgers.
Packed with burger-craving customers since it’s opening in 2010, among the
regulars is Iceland’s best known fisherman, Eric Clapton. In our restaurants we
welcome tourists with our newspaper like menu and smiley service. They are
packed with fun items and memorable connections to Icelandic pop culture.
At the end of the day, our goal is to make chocolate.
In the hostel we have dorms for 4-8 persons with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. The rooms are furnished with free internet, lockers, and a USB charger by each bed. The beds have linen provided and you can rent a towel in the cafe on the ground floor for 5 EUR.
All the dorms are mixed with both genders. You can also book a whole room with 4-8 bunker beds.
Blue Lagoon. A wonder of the world. A world of wonder.
The bank’s vision is to be exemplary and its role is to be a trusted financial partner.
Macland is located at Laugavegur 23 (101, Downtown Reykjavik)
For all your Apple needs. We are here.
Once upon a time, 1,100 years ago in fact, Nordic settlers began arriving in Iceland. They brought with them the skills and knowledge for producing skyr. As time passed, the know-how and recipe for this nutritious food slowly faded out elsewhere in the Nordic region. Luckily, the Icelandic skyr-making tradition continued.
This is our secret and you are in on it
You can read more about Ísey skyr on our website.
Núðluskálin is a small gay owned and operated fusion noodle bar.
We offer fully Vegan versions of all courses.
Though originally a take-away we now seat over 30 people.
and VikingSushi Adventure – Bird & Nature watching Tour for everyone all year around
-puffins (from the middle of April until the middle of August)
Ferry Baldur crosses Breidafjordur Bay daily from Stykkisholmur on the Snæfellsnes peninsula to Brjanslaekur in the north. A ferry ride considerably shortens the route between the south and mid-west of the country and the West Fjords region. It also gives you the opportunity to experience a floating restaurant.