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Central Reykjavík


You’d be hard pushed to find another capital as diminutive as Reykjavík, and a leisurely walk of just an hour or two will take you around almost the entirety of the centre. Such smallness accounts for the city’s lack of contrasting and well-defined areas: for simple convenience, we’ve divided the central portion into two sections separated by the lake, Tjörnin, and the road, Lækjargata, which runs from the lake and Reykjavík’s main square, Lækjartorg, down towards the harbour. Even the few things of note further out from the centre can be reached in a few minutes on public transport.

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