Reykjavík: Relaxed and Accessible

Reykjavik is a very relaxed and accessible capital city with hardly any cultural class division and friendly attitude towards all visitors. The city is compact with almost no traffic compared to other capital cities so no time is wasted in logistics. All venues are within walking distance from the city centre (5—20 minutes) and all venues and hotels in the greater Reykjavik capital area are within 15 minutes driving distance from each other. In addition all corners of Iceland are reachable by domestic flight, with flying time of less than 1 hour from the domestic airport located in the city centre.

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