Gay guide:

Gay guide:

  • Cultural tour through the very hub of Reykjavik

    A city walk with Birna Thordardottir is a fun experience and a special one.  Visiting places you would otherwise never visit, listen to stories from the past and get to know the other (queer) side of Reykjavik. Birna´s knowledge of the cultural dimensions of both country and people, along with her c

  • From the Gutter to Government - LGBT history walk

    If you´re in search of ideas on what to do once in town, a walk through Reykjavik's LGBT history is something highly recommends. Hilmar Magnusson organizer and tour guide helps you to discover the hidden and murky sides of yesterday's Reykjavi­k and gives you some insight into three dec

  • Gay History Walk

    Learn about the gay culture and the struggle for human rights for Icelandic queers dating back to the 19th century. Nightlife, politics, literature and music - all connected with the existence of LGBT people in Reykjavík. Also, a close look on a few renowned gay individuals in the history of Icela

  • Good to know about the city of Reykjavik


    Reykjavik is a spread out city with the city center not very densely populated. The Reykjavík Capital Area consists of seven municipalities with approximately 200,000 inhabitants, comprising two-thirds of the Icelandic population. Reykjavik is by far the largest community in Iceland.  Reykjavik

  • The world´s northernmost capital

    Reykjavik is a spread out city with the city center not very densely populated. It is easy to navigate the city by foot, bicycle, public transport or car. If you are planning to spend some time in the city and you dont have a car we reccommend staying in 101 Reykjavik (city center) or very close t

  • Whale Watching

    Elding Whale Watching Reykjavik is gay friendly company offering adventures on sea including whale wathcing, adventure tours and see angling. The company is currently the largest whale watching operator in Iceland and is conveniently located in the old harbour of Reykjavik.

  • Where to go shopping

    If you want to go shopping you have the option of visiting variety of small shops on Laugavegur which is the main shopping street in Reykjavik and is in the heart of the Reykjavik City center.  Crossing Laugavegur and leading up the the 'big church' Hallgrimskirkja is a street called Skólavörðustí

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