Best Vacation Home Deals in Reykjavík
Discover a vacation home meeting your criteria among the 1,570 fantastic properties from 32 partner websites in Reykjavík. Using HomeToGo's search feature you can easily search and compare the offers of each listed rental to discover the best price and save up to 26%.
Recommended Vacation Rentals in Reykjavík
Rent a vacation accommodation in Reykjavík: from $26 per night
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Price and Availability Index in Reykjavík
Vacation Rental Price Information in Reykjavík
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Reykjavík. Prices in a week of December (12/22 - 12/29) go up to $334 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. However, in November (11/9 - 11/16), prices decrease to an average of $264 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Reykjavík
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. In December (12/22 - 12/29), only 45 are available. More accommodations are available in a week of January (1/5 - 1/12) as the booking rate is only 26%.
The Weather in Reykjavík
Find the Reykjavík climate diagram. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in December, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 28° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Explore the best of Iceland at a Reykjavik vacation home
Whether you prefer an updated apartment in the city or a quiet cottage for your Reykjavik accommodation, you'll find plenty to see and do close to home, with sightseeing and dining close at hand.
For a sampling of traditional cuisine perfect for sharing, stop by at Icelandic Street Food. Menu favorites include lamb, shellfish, and homemade rhubarb cake. Adventurous eaters can taste whale and shark meat, pickled and dried fish, and other hard-to-find delicacies.
After a long day of exploration, warm up over hearty and traditional soups served in bread bowls at Svarta Kaffid. Their highly seasonal menu, which changes daily, features comforting broths, vegetarian options, and meat-based bowls served daily. This budget-friendly option also makes a good choice for takeaway.
No trip to the island is complete without a visit to the National Museum of Iceland. Plan at least two hours to walk through multiple floors of artifacts and historic displays. Stick around afterward for a snack in the café, or a stroll on the observation deck.
One of Iceland's most photographed buildings, Hallgrímskirkja may be the most architecturally interesting church you ever visit. Take a trip to the top of the tower for some of the best views over Reykjavik, and an excellent photo op. Free organ recitals are held on the weekend.
Take a break from the city and stretch your legs on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. This scenic walking area around the large statue of Barður Snæfellsásoffers includes a lovely coastal trail and excellent bird watching. The harbor and town below make a great stop for lunch and shopping.
Explore bubbling mud, geysers, and more at the Krýsuvík Geothermal Area. The colorful pools and rock formations make excellent photo opportunities, and multilingual placards give plenty of information about the park. Be sure to wear shoes for hiking.
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