We covet everything in this unique store, from the woollen blankets to the hipster-chic lopapeysur and the old Iceland maps. It looks like it dresses all the stylish lumbersexuals in town.
One of the best places in Iceland for hand- or machine-made lopapeysur (Icelandic woollen sweaters) and other wool products, this factory-outlet in Mosfellsbær, one of Reykjavík's outer suburbs, can be an add-on to …
If you can handle the Christmas cheer out of season, this multilevel gingerbread house sells a super-festive selection of locally made decorations and traditional Icelandic Christmas foods. It’s 10km south of Akurey…
Staff can be seen knitting behind the counter as you browse this outlet loaded with lopapeysur and assorted crafty items.
First-rate bookshop selling maps, souvenir books and a wide selection of international magazines. There’s a tasty cafe on site.
This hard-to-miss shop lures the masses with its oversized polar bear plonked out front (not to mention the trolls). There’s a good selection of lopapeysur and souvenir knick-knacks.
Government-run alcohol shop.
Reykjavík’s main shopping centre, 1km from town, has 150 shops.
Markið is a well-stocked bike shop on the edge of Reykjavík.
Down near Brynja ice-cream store, 'the Attic', filled with antique and vintage finds, is a rummager's delight. Browse the books, records, porcelain and bric-a-brac for a perfectly unique souvenir. Is there a way to …