Eymundsson bookstores - Reykjavik
The outdoor patio at Eymundsson in Austustræti is the perfect place to be on a sunny day. Grab some ice tea at Te & Kaffi, a couple of magazines and have a seat outside. You'll love it.
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Eymundsson is the oldest and largest bookseller in Iceland. It‘s the classic Icelandic bookstore with branches all over the country and excellent selection of books, magazines and other reading material in Icelandic, as well as foreign languages. The atmosphere at the Eymundsson bookstores is relaxed and comfortable, the service is ambitious and personal, and the highly experienced staff will do everything in their power to assist you with whatever you may need. Whether you‘re looking for novels, the latest fashion magazines, presents, travel products, boardgames, music, DVD‘s, souvenirs, staitionary, cognitive toys, handicraft materials or art products, you‘ll find it at Eymundsson.
Eymundsson provide some special services as well. For example, you can go to the Eymundsson store in Austurstraeti (Reykjavik city centre) where they offer a print-on-demand service on over 1000 newspaper titles from all over the world and have your local paper printed for you on the spot. Titles include; Daily Mirror, Washington Times, USA Today, Aftenposten, Die Presse, Edmonton Journal, Frankfurther Allgemeine Zeitung, Le Monde, El Mundo, La Republica, Fakt, Okinawa Times, Jyllands-Posten, Politiken and many more.
You‘ll find Eymundsson stores all over the country, two of which are located very centrally in Reykjavik, and the well known coffee chain Te & Kaffi has branches in both places. You can drink coffee or enjoy a light meal in a cozy environment while reading whatever you like from the store. They offer indoor and outdoor seating for customers. They also have an excellent selection of iced teas and frappuchinos. Tax-free shopping for tourists is available in all Eymundsson stores in Iceland, you can simply ask the staff for a refund cheque and get your tax refund at the airport.
Make sure to stop at one of the Eymundsson bookstores during your stay in Iceland.
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