Shopping in Reykjavik

Shopping in Reykjavik

Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson, Visit Reykjavik

Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson, Visit Reykjavik

Go Shopping in Reykjavik

For shopping in Reykjavík, you have to go to the downtown area of the city, where most of the shops and boutiques are concentrated.

Here you find famous brand names, fashion shops, and quality art studios.

Latest Skólavörðustígur has developed to be one of the most attractive shopping streets in Reykjavik. Here you will find charming old houses, stores, galleries and cafes.

Skólavörðustígur is located at the corner of the main shopping streets Laugavegur up to the magnificent church Hallgrímskirkja.

You will find two big shopping centres in Reykjavik named Kringlan and Smaralind. Both shopping malls are filled with sophisticated fashion shops, hip boutiques and international brand name shops.

Reykjavik Shopping Areas

Álafoss

Álafoss

Álafoss - tradition of quality since 1896. When Álafoss was established at the end of the 19th century, it was marked as the true beginning of Iceland's wool industry.

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Smaralind Shopping Centre

Smaralind Shopping Centre

Smaralind shopping centre is located in the geographical centre of the Reykjavik Capital Area.

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Álafoss

Álafoss - tradition of quality since 1896. When Álafoss was established at the end of the 19th century, it was marked as the true beginning of Iceland's wool industry.
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Smaralind Shopping Centre

Smaralind shopping centre is located in the geographical centre of the Reykjavik Capital Area.
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Kringlan Shopping Centre

Kringlan shopping centre, located just east of the city centre.
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Shopping in the Airport

Use your time to go on exciting shopping or dining before departure from Iceland.
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Tax free Shopping

Tax free Shopping

In Reykjavik you will find more places to claim tax refund. In Keflavik Airport and shopping malls like Kringlan and Smáralind offices offers this service.

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66° NORTH

66° NORTH

In 1926 the Icelandic company 66°NORTH was founded in Suðureyri in Súgandafjörður in Westfjords of Iceland by Hans Kristjánsson.

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Bank & Currency in Iceland

Bank & Currency in Iceland


The Banks in Iceland are generally open from Monday to Friday from 09.00-16.00. Currency exchange is available at all banks around the country.

In Airport Keflavik you will find exchange services outside regular banking hours at Landsbankinn during the hours of 05:30-17:00 and 21:00-02:00 (1st floor) or 05:30-17:30 and 22:00-01:00 (2nd floor- departure hall).

In Iceland the monetary unit are called Krona(ISK).  The coins in circulation are 1, 5, 10, 50 and 100 Krónas. The notes are 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 Krónas.

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Opening hours in Iceland

Opening hours in Iceland

Laugavegur is the main shopping street in Reykjavik and runs through the city centre.

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