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Iceland is an island nation in Europe situated at the junction of the Arctic and North Atlantic Oceans. Reykjavík is the largest city in Iceland and is also its capital city. Even with high latitude, Iceland has a very nice climate.
Reykjavik is the capital and largest city in the world, on the Iceland coast. It is home to the museums of the National and Saga, tracing the history of Viking on Island. The striking concrete church in Hallgrimskirkja and the revolving glass dome in Perlan provide sweeping views of the sea and surrounding hills.
Iceland's climate is mild, and its winters are usually the same as New Zealand ones. Climate change in Iceland isn't serious, so while you're there, you don't have to worry about getting sunburns. Iceland's summers are calmer and milder than anywhere else.
The coastline of the city area is marked by peninsulas, coves, straits and several small islands, it provides a nice natural harbor and it has always been a big part of the city to fish for. There are also a few shopping malls, the biggest ones being Kringlan and Smaralind if you're into the shopping mood. Kringlan is not far from the center of the city while Smaralind is in Kopavogur.
The nightlife in Reykjavik is nice, particularly during weekends and there are plenty of bars and clubs to visit. There are concerts and shows every weekend, make sure that you ask yourself what happens when you're in Iceland. Every year, music festivals take place in Reykjavik, the Hidden Solstice Festival in late June and Iceland Airwaves in November, both of which offer a fantastic line-up of local and inter-artists
Reykjavik has lots of attractions and you should try and find the time to see the city. The center of town offers many fantastic sights and the area is special in so many respects. You won't find America's soaring skyscrapers or the age-old narrow streets that time, as in Europe, has apparently overlooked and remains unchanged since Roman times.
Reykjavik, with its small colorful houses and wide-open areas, is somewhere in between, and still miles away. Don't forget to bring your camera along, because there are many fantastic photo opportunities for you.
Many car rental agencies in Iceland sell various types of vehicles, from regular small vehicles to large SUVs, Rental car group has made it simple for you, you just sort out the results.
You have toll roads in many cities and countries, most toll roads you can pay with cash or with your credit card, but some car rental companies have electronic toll devices, depending on the car rental company, the price of this toll system is included in the rental price or not.
When traveling with family and babies, we suggest that you choose a car with enough luggage room and enough room to accommodate the child seats. Depending on their weight or how tall they are, children must ride save in a child seat/booster. A rental car companies in Reykjavik provides a wide range of station wagons, minivans.
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