Greinasafni: Icelandic Times
Did you know?The Reykjavik Tourist Information Centre received over 350,000 visitors in 2009
The house at Adalstraeti 2,  a beautifully restored 19th  century timber house, is located  in one of the oldest and most  picturesque parts of Reykjavik.  The building, known as ‘Geysir  Husið’ to most Icelanders, was  once used as a general store,  stocked with goods of all kinds  and quickly became the ‘in’  place to shop in Reykjavik’s early  days.  
  Today, it’s the home of Reykjavik’s  official Tourist Information Centre  and is brimming with all the latest  information about Reykjavik  culture, events, accommodation,  tours and more. Carrying a wide  array of maps and brochures  covering the whole of Iceland, this  is where you can change money or  get your VAT refund on the spot.  Friendly and knowledgeable multilingual  staff will help you choose  between the myriad of things to do  and help you to get the most out of  your stay in Iceland.  
 
A sweet deal with the  Reykjavik Welcome Card   
One of the best offers available  is the Reykjavik Welcome Card.  Not justa discount card, but a card  that gives you rides on city buses,  admission to many top museums,  seven thermal thermal pools and  the Reykjavik Zoo and Family Park.  Sweet!      
 
  Did you know?The Reykjavik Tourist Information Centre received over 350,000 visitors in 2009.

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