The Viking - Reykjavik
This is one of the best stores to shop for souvenirs
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Directions to The Viking
The Viking souvenir stores are located on Laugavegur shopping street as well as in Hafnarstræti in downtown Reykjavik, only few steps from Ingolfstorg square and Uno restaurant.
Inside you will find all you ever need for your souvenir need while in Iceland. Clothing, books, wool products, flags, statues and loads more can be found here.
The Viking stores both have a good selection of Ice Wear clothing if you are looking for a solid outdoor wear.
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