Reykjavík, Capital Region, Iceland

Reykjavík, Capital Region, Iceland

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Where to stay around Reykjavík, IS?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 331 vacation rentals near Reykjavík. From 206 apartments to 58 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Reykjavík for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Family-friendly vacations in stylish Reykjavik

A spectacular landscape, fascinating cultural heritage and lively cosmopolitan lifestyle await visitors to Reykjavik. A vibrant, family-friendly city, known for its Viking history, epic music scene and geothermal pools, Reykjavik is the world's northernmost capital, with attractions here including an impressive calendar of festivals and celebrations and an upmarket shopping and dining scene. Stay in style at one of the many available Reykjavik vacation rentals and you'll find the best of the city's attractions on your doorstep, perfect for making memories with friends and family.

Explore Reykjavik your way

An array of activities makes Reykjavik a great choice for fun-loving travelers. Visits to Reykjavik Park and Zoo and whale-watching tours from the vibrant Old Harbour are well worth a place on your to-do list, especially if you have kids in tow, though it can be just as much fun to explore the city on foot. The so-called "Neighborhood of the Gods" near Hallgrimskirkja is a great place to admire local street art. In the mood for a little retail therapy? Dive into some serious boutique shopping along Laugavegur and Bankastraeti.

Action-packed days and nights in Reykjavik

Easy access to the city's Art Museum and the National Museum of Iceland from your Reykjavik vacation rental means culture is quick to come by. Budding historians should make time for a trip to the Saga Museum, where wax figures bring Viking heroes to life and visitors can don a variety of authentic costumes. Vacationing without kids? When it comes to nightlife, Reykjavik comes up trumps, with everything from drag acts and cabaret to stand-up comedy and theater shows. Music fans can soak up live jazz sessions at cafes and breweries around town, as well as at the Harpa Concert Hall.

See the Northern Lights in Reykjavik

Like to see the Northern Lights in Reykjavik? The best time to visit is during the official Aurora season, between October and March. Be warned, though, that winters in Iceland serve up just 4 hours of daily sunlight and the cold can take a lot of getting used to. Peak travel season here is during the summer months of June through August, when you can expect temperatures in the mid-50s and up to 20 hours of sunlight each day. By opting for a shoulder-season stay in May or September, budget-conscious travelers can often find a great deal on their Reykjavik vacation rental.

Outdoor adventures in Reykjavik

Outdoor time is always on the agenda in Reykjavik and you won't need to travel too far from your rental to soak up the atmosphere at the stunning Blue Lagoon and Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach. Those keen to explore further afield could do worse than tour the Golden Circle, a 300-kilometer route that counts the 3-step Gullfoss waterfall and Laugarvatn Lake among its highlights. At the UNESCO-listed Thingvellir National Park, visitors can see a portion of the Mid-Atlantic ridge above ground and toss a coin for luck into the icy-cold waters of Nikulasargja Gorge.