Enjoy a hot drink and the cool view from the Radhus, or Reykjavik city hall.
With an impressive, modern design, the building sits right on the northern shore of Lake Tjoirnin. It's not only offices for the mayor and city's excutive officials, but is also open to visitors, providing internet access, an information desk, exhibition halls and a cafe.
Centrally located in the centre of Reykjavik, the cafe Ondin boasts huge glass windows so you can sit back and admire the water, bird life, nature and city surrounds.
Go through to the galleries to admire one of the steady streams of new and exciting exhibitions always coming through. A three dimensional map of Iceland, a permanent fixture, is always a favourite with visitors to the country. It provides a fantastic reference before and after any exploring takes place. In great detail the map illustrates the dramatic topography of the country and shows small towns in the most isolated areas.
Monday to Friday: 8am - 7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
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Tjarnargata, Reykjavik, Reykjavik-CentreView Larger Map
Best For Whom
- Mature Travellers
Best For What
- A View To Die For