Iceland is one of the most gay friendly countries in the world with top destination Reykjavik as capital. To Reykjavik it is from London a three hour flight, from Amsterdam three hours and fifteen minutes and from Paris three hours and a half. Reykjavik has a very open and tolerant atmosphere all clubs and bars are gay friendly and there is only one gay club named Kiki. You can easily explore Reykjavik on foot, by bicycle or by public transport. Reykjavik is well-known for its nightlife, art & cultural activities, beautiful nature and public swimming pools. The Reykjavik gay pride takes place in August and in February the Rainbow Festival is organized.



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Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina

Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina stands in Reykjavik's old harbor area. This location offers you easy access to downtown Reykjavik. Within walking distance, you find the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center, the National Museum of Iceland, and t

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101 Hotel

101 Hotel, located in the heart of Reykjavik, stands in the city's most dynamic district. You find this boutique hotel near the city's main shopping street, Laugavegur. It's also close to cultural sites like the Harpa Concert Hall and the National Gallery of Iceland, both within walking distance. The hotel offers modern amenities, including an on-site restaurant, a bar, and a fitness center. You c
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Room With a View Apartments

Room With a View Apartments in Reykjavik, Iceland, offers you a comfortable stay in the city's heart. These apartments situate you in the downtown area, making it easy for you to explore Reykjavik's attractions. Hallgrimskirkja Church, a famous landmark, is just a 10-minute walk away. You'll find the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre within 1 km, providing easy access to cultural events.
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Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel

Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel in Reykjavik, Iceland, offers a unique stay experience. You find it in the city's heart, making it an ideal base for exploring. The hotel provides various apartment types, from studio to three-bedroom, catering to different group sizes. Each apartment includes a kitchenette, allowing you to prepare meals. Additionally, you benefit from daily housekeeping, free W
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Alda Hotel Reykjavík

Alda Hotel is located on Laugaveggur, Reykjavik's main shopping street. The hotel for gays in Reykjavik offers rooms with modern decor. Some of which have a balcony with views of the sea or the city. You can use the fitness facilities, the sauna and you can rent bicycles. In particular, the extremely friendly and helpful staff is much appreciated by guests of the Alda Hotel. Reykjavik's Art Museum
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Hotel Borg by Keahotels

Hotel Borg by Keahotels stands in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland. You find it near Austurvöllur square. This location places you in the center of the city's activities. The hotel offers easy access to several key attractions. The National Cathedral, the Parliament House, and Reykjavik City Hall lie within walking distance. You can reach Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center in about five minu
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Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel

Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel in Reykjavik, Iceland, offers a unique stay experience. You find it in the heart of Reykjavik, in a historic building from 1919. The location places you within walking distance of the city's main attractions. You can easily reach Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, the Sun Voyager sculpture, and Laugavegur, the main shopping street. The hotel provides essential fac
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Hotel Phoenix

Hotel Phoenix situates in Reykjavik, Iceland, in a central area near Laugavegur, the main shopping street. This location places you within walking distance of Reykjavik's notable attractions. You can easily reach the iconic Hallgrimskirkja Church, just 600 meters away. The Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, a hub for cultural events, lies about 1.5 kilometers from the hotel. The hotel of
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Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel

Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel, located in Reykjavik, Iceland, sits in the city's downtown area. This location offers easy access to main attractions. Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik's iconic church, stands just 1.5 kilometers away. You can reach Harpa Concert Hall, a renowned architectural marvel, within a 20-minute walk. The National Museum of Iceland, another notable destination, lies about 2 kilometers fro
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Exeter Hotel

Exeter Hotel stands in Reykjavik's Old Harbour area, a part of the city known for its rich history and proximity to various attractions. You will find the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre just a short walk away, where you can experience Iceland's cultural scene. The hotel is also near the Sun Voyager sculpture, a must-see waterfront artwork. The hotel offers a range of facilities to enh


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  • Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, is one of the world’s most gay-friendly cities. The capital is home to the Icelandic Parliament, the Supreme Court, the Presidential Palace, and many other important buildings. It’s also the site of many annual festivals and events, including the Reykjavik Pride festival held in June.
    Travelling is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences that a human being can have. Reykjavik is a perfect city to visit if you are looking for a nice place to spend a holiday. The city has a vibrant nightlife, so you can go out and have a good time. The city is also an excellent place to learn about the Icelandic culture as well as how the Icelanders themselves see themselves.

  • What is the best time to travel to Reykjavik?
  • We’re going, being honest with you — there are a lot of people out there who think that Iceland is only for the well-off and the wealthy. But the country has a lot more to offer than you might expect. Whether you visit during the summer months, in the middle of winter, or sometime in between, the country is renowned for its adventuresome spirit and year-round appeal.
    The gay community in Reykjavik is incredibly vibrant, despite the fact that homosexuality was illegal in Iceland until 2009. The capital city is a melting pot of gay, straight, bisexual, lesbian, and transgender people, and the gay community here is very welcoming to travelers. The town itself is small, so it’s easy to get around on foot, but if you’re staying in Reykjavik, you might want to consider a car.
    Why should you go to Reykjavik? I know, for some people, the Icelandic capital is simply a “nice place to visit,” and for many, it is a place that exists in their travel fantasies, but it is this “why” that makes it a place worth exploring. The answer to this question lies in the city’s remarkable history, which began in the early 18th century with the settlement of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, by a colourful set of traders from Norway and Sweden.

  • What are the general opening- and closing hours of shops/museums in Reykjavik?
  • Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland, an island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean whose volcanic activity has created an interesting landscape. Although Iceland is still a relatively unknown destination for many people, it is warming up fast because of its thriving tourist industry. Reykjavík is the capital, a compact city with a small population of approximately 150,000 residents. Building upon a history of mining and fishing, Reykjavík’s urban landscape is part of an urban sprawl that includes several districts to the north and west of the city centre. Walking around the city, you are confronted by a great variety of architecture, from the old buildings to the newer buildings and the harbour.
    Reykjavik is a city that is open 24/7. In fact, it is of the most open 24/7 city in the world. It is the capital of the country Iceland, and it is a great place for travellers like you to visit.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Reykjavik?
  • To plan your holiday in Iceland, choose from a variety of options to suit your budget, taste, and time of the year. Reykjavik’s capital is a popular destination for travellers due to its location in the country’s north and its distinct culture. Visitors can enjoy the sights and shop till they drop in the many shops, bars, restaurants, and cafes that line the city’s main street, Laugavegur. The city is a popular stop-off on the Golden Circle drive, taking in the famous sights of the Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir Geothermal Park.
    Iceland is a top destination for gay friendly travellers. If you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, or pansexual, you’ll find a warm welcome in Reykjavik. The capital sits at the head of the Reykjanes peninsula, where it is surrounded by spectacular scenery. The city offers a world-class swimming pool, a city-run cinema, museums, art galleries, and a number of gay friendly bars and clubs.

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