Destination Reykjavik (Keflavik)Destination Reykjavik (Keflavik)

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Hand-crafted goods and souvenirs to take home
In the shopping district of Reykjavik, you will come across a number of workshops selling sheep wool clothes, where you can buy a beautiful Icelandic jumper. Other ideas for souvenirs to bring back in your luggage: photograph albums displaying the rich variety of Iceland’s landscapes, along with culinary specialities that can survive a plane journey, such as smoked fish which can be purchased at Reykjavik’s portside market.

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Most of Reykjavik’s shops are located close to the Laugavegur and Old Town, between the port and Austurvöllur Square.

Kolaportið
Geirsgata
Reykjavik’s portside market takes place on Sundays – a bustling lively place where you will have no difficulty buying traditional Icelandic produce, including marinated herring, dried fish or even putrefied shark.

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Lækjargata 4
An Icelandic company specialising in the manufacture of technical outdoor clothing. Worth a visit if you need some outdoor wear.

Mál og menning
Laugavegur 18
This is a bookshop with a vast selection of beautiful books about Iceland, to take back home from your trip. A little bonus: a teashop on the 1st floor for the undecided reader!

Rammagerðin
Hafnarstræti 19
Located close to the port, this store specializes in souvenirs and Icelandic wool, made into a whole host of different products.

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