We have drawn up 2 routes that take in many of the most well known sights in Reykjavik.
The shorter one is just over 5km long. It goes past Harpa concert hall, the catholic church, Reykjavik cathedral, City Hall, Althingi, Frikirkjan church, Hallgrimskirkja and the Solfar sculpture.
The longer one is 10.5 km and includes also Perlan and Hofdi.
Hi folks, How easy is it to run these city centre routes on winter?
No problem unless there is a sudden heavy snowfall. The sidewalks can be slippery though so take care.
I’m in the city for a short business trip only, so unfortunately not enough time to do some real sightseeing. Found your scenic route today and ran it first thing in the morning. Quite hilly, but a great way to see the main landmarks of the city! Thanks!