Why come to Reykjavik?
Special hotel offer in March and April
Reykjavik is considered to be on of the greenest cities in the world due to the fact that the city's heating and electricty is powered entirely by geothermal power and hydroelectricity. Reykjavik is Europe's northernmost capital and there are many great sights and marvellous museums, exotic dining places, and lovely stores to shop at.
Special hotel offer at Best Western Hotel Reykjavik
At Best Western Hotel Reykjavik you can have a special accommodation deal from 26th of March to 26th of April.
In the special offer you pay the price for a single hotelroom but get a free upgrade to a double room. The price is from 62 EUR.
Book this offer now or call us at tel: +354 514 7000
Reykjavik is a amazing green city close to pure natura. Reykjavik is Europe's northernmost capital and there are many great sights and marvellous museums, exotic dining places, and lovely stores to shop at. The citizens of Reykjavik are friendly and welcoming to tourists. From an architectural point of view, the region is simply magnificent and hidden gems are there to find. After a busy day, it is refreshing to go swimming in one of many geothermal swimming pools in Reykjavik, or simply relax in a hot tub.
The estimated flying time from London to Keflavik airport is only 2.5 hours and from New York to Keflavik is 4-5 hours. It is a 40 minutes drive from Keflavik airport to Reykjavik.
What´s on in Reykjavik in March and April
Reykjavik Folk Festival is a folk music festival where Icelandic bands perform music of different types and origins but what all the artists have in common is that they play folk music, blues, world music or a mixture of all this. The festival will be from the 7th - 10th of March. The festival will evolve around joyful music, playing and singing and to present folk music from many different countries and the instruments will mostly be acoustic.
Another music festival is the annual Reykjavík Blues Festival from the 31 of March to the 5 April. Blues music fills the streets, cafes, shops and concert halls of the Icelandic capital every spring, as international well known artists come to perform at the Reykjavík Blues Festival.
Summer starts early in the old Icelandic calendar. Belive it or not but in Iceland the first Day of Summer in on the 22 of April!! The end of long winter nights is celebrated with gift-giving, parades, street entertainment, and sporting events. The Thursday that falls within April 19 to April 25. The magnificence of the midnight sun in Iceland is countered by the bleakness of midwinter. To mark its reappearance early in the season, the First Day of Summer is celebrated across Iceland.