Einar Jónsson Museum
Einar Jónsson (1874–1954) is Iceland’s foremost sculptor, famous for his intense symbolist works. Chiselled allegories of Hope, Earth,...
ASÍ Art Museum
Try the Icelandic Labour Union’s collection, housed in the ASÍ Art Museum , which often has interesting installations.
Leifur Eiríksson statue
Gazing proudly into the distance outside Hallgrímskirkja church is a statue of the Viking Leifur Eiríksson, the first European to...
Eccentric eruption-chaser Villi Knudsen is the photographer, owner and presenter of the fascinating Volcano Show , a film show that...
Reykjavík residents are devoted to the pizzeria Eldsmiðjan , tucked away on a quiet residential street. Its fiercely busy takeaway...
Þrír Frakkar information
Lonely Planet review
Owner-chef Úlfar Eysteinsson has built up an excellent reputation at this snug little restaurant – apparently a favourite of Jamie Oliver’s. Specialities include salt cod, anglerfish and plokkfiskur (fish stew) with black bread. You can also sample nonfish items, such as seal, puffin, reindeer and whale steaks.