Icelandic Times Extra book 2

Reykjavik Area
The Cosmopolitan Capital - where History and Culture meet today’s world

One of the world’s smaller capitals, Reykjavík is surrounded by the towns of Seltjarnarnes, Kópavogur, Garðabær, Álftanes, where the President lives, Hafnarförður and the country town of Mosfellsbær,combining to make up the Greater Reykjavík area.
It is also one of Europe’s youngest capitals. Founded by the  rst permanent Viking settler in the 900’s, Ingólfur Arnarson, it has grown from a handful of houses a few centuries ago to a compact and thriving metropolis.
The National Museum holds the history of the nation,while the National Library, just opposite it, has the nation’s books and records. There are many art galleries and museums
throughout the area and the new concert hall complex by Reykjavík’s harbour, Harpa, has a full programme each month.
Innovation and inspiration play a major role in the city’s life. From here, visitors can reach the whole country. The countryside is always very close by.  Activities such as tours,whale- or bird-watching,  shing, swimming, hiking, biking and horse-riding are very popular.
There’s even ice skating. On weekends especially, the city is filled with nightlife that continues till morning. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants with both genuine Icelandic food and iternational cuisines.
So you never need to go hungry.From youth hostel to guesthouses and hotels, there’s accommodation for every budget.
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