Travel Colours City Guide – Reykjavík

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The Travel Colours Reykjavík Guide is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum) and features a curated selection of our favourite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, all of which have been personally tried and tested. The guide will lead you away from the tourist hubs to explore more local gems such as fine dining at the new Marshall House or sleeping at the ION City hotel with in-room sauna.

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The Travel Colours Reykjavík Guide is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features a curated selection of our favourite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, all of which have been personally tried and tested. The guide will lead you away from the tourist hubs to explore more local gems such as fine dining at the new Marshall House or sleeping at the ION City hotel with in-room sauna.

Everyone has heard of Iceland’s dramatic nature – glaciers right next to active volcanoes, bubbling geysers and hot springs, black lava beaches and the graceful dancing Northern Lights every visitor secretly hopes to see. With the dramatic rise of tourism, Iceland has quietly gained a worldwide reputation for its surprisingly dynamic food scene. Foodies in Reykjavik will find plenty of restaurants serving traditional ingredients in a creative, new way. While Iceland used to be a seemingly remote island of isolation, it has turned into an international hot spot. If you’re planning on spending time in Reykjavík, you’ll be easily seduced by its exciting food and drink scene, Nordic architecture and the pop art scene, as well as the vibrant nightlife that shows how different this city is to anywhere else in the world.

At the same time, Iceland’s unique landscape is filled with equally spectacular architecture. Characterised by Scandinavian design, it has adapted Iceland’s dramatic landscapes and traditions. In the explore category you’ll find personally selected design-wise hotels, art museums, and cultural sights to inspire your stay.

Discover Travel Colours City Guide – Reykjavík.

The Travel Colours City Guides are for design-loving travellers who like to explore the trendiest places in each city. Each guidebook features a curated selection of the best places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, and will lead you away from the tourist hubs to some of the best hidden local gems.

Content: Travel Colours City Guide – Reykjavík

From local coffee roasters and Iceland’s first Michelin-star restaurant, to iconic fashion and design companies, this guide will show you a curated selection of our favourite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore” in Reykjavík – the world’s most northerly capital.

A full list of 60 trendy places
More than 140 beautiful photographs
A curated selection of the best places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, all of which have been personally tried and tested.
An extensive special about personally selected design-wise hotels, art museums, and cultural sights to inspire your stay.

Details

220 pages, 210 x 149 mm, printed on FSC certified uncoated paper

The Travel Colours Reykjavík Guide is available now on loremnotipsum.com and features a curated selection of our favourite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, all of which have been personally tried and tested. The guide will lead you away from the tourist hubs to explore more local gems such as fine dining at the new Marshall House or sleeping at the ION City hotel with in-room sauna.

Everyone has heard of Iceland’s dramatic nature – glaciers right next to active volcanoes, bubbling geysers and hot springs, black lava beaches and the graceful dancing Northern Lights every visitor secretly hopes to see. With the dramatic rise of tourism, Iceland has quietly gained a worldwide reputation for its surprisingly dynamic food scene. Foodies in Reykjavik will find plenty of restaurants serving traditional ingredients in a creative, new way. While Iceland used to be a seemingly remote island of isolation, it has turned into an international hot spot. If you’re planning on spending time in Reykjavík, you’ll be easily seduced by its exciting food and drink scene, Nordic architecture and the pop art scene, as well as the vibrant nightlife that shows how different this city is to anywhere else in the world.

At the same time, Iceland’s unique landscape is filled with equally spectacular architecture. Characterised by Scandinavian design, it has adapted Iceland’s dramatic landscapes and traditions. In the explore category you’ll find personally selected design-wise hotels, art museums, and cultural sights to inspire your stay.

Discover Travel Colours City Guide – Reykjavík.

The Travel Colours City Guides are for design-loving travellers who like to explore the trendiest places in each city. Each guidebook features a curated selection of the best places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, and will lead you away from the tourist hubs to some of the best hidden local gems.

Content: Travel Colours City Guide – Reykjavík

From local coffee roasters and Iceland’s first Michelin-star restaurant, to iconic fashion and design companies, this guide will show you a curated selection of our favourite places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore” in Reykjavík – the world’s most northerly capital.

A full list of 60 trendy places
More than 140 beautiful photographs
A curated selection of the best places to “sleep, eat, drink, shop and explore”, all of which have been personally tried and tested.
An extensive special about personally selected design-wise hotels, art museums, and cultural sights to inspire your stay.

Details

220 pages, 210 x 149 mm, printed on FSC certified uncoated paper

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