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Que faire à Reykjavik?

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux d'un habitant. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez des conseils inestimables des habitants de la place.

Premise
“Iða Zimsen is my favorite cafe in a old restored house. It is also a bookstore so you can sip your coffee and look at magazines. They have free internet.”
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Route
“Gló restaurant (on 2nd floor) - excellent raw and vegeterian food, also serve soup and chicken ”
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Bus Station
“Bus nr 14 - to and from downtown, BSI the bus terminal and Laugardalslaug the great swimming pool. ”
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Café
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Route
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Restaurant
“FastFood! For a little (fast food) taste of Mexico, and really the only good Mexican food you can get in Iceland, Serrano is the place to go to. Founded by two locals after travels south of the border, Serrano emphasizes fresh, healthy, quality food and they succeed in doing so. Think of a healthier version of Chipotle. Go to dishes: Cajun Burrito with a side of everything else that’s on the menu.”
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Route
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Street Address
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Store
“Handmade perfumes and jewellry by the singer in SigurRós and his family. Beautiful place. ”
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Route
“Amazingly good indian food. There are two restaurants here and the indian one is named Ghandi and is in the basements. ”
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Bus Station
“Direct to buses to and from down town Reykjavík, Hafnafjörður center, Kringlan and Smáralind shopping malls, the airport.”
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Église
“Tak bus no. 11 from the bus stop below the church to get to Reykjavik center in 10 minutes.”
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