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Reykjavik (KEF) is not only the capital of Iceland, it's also the northernmost capital in the world. The city is not yet well known as a popular destination for city breaks, due to its rather modest temperatures. The mercury rises to an average of twelve degrees in the warmest months of June, July and August. What many people don't know is that Reykjavik (KEF) boasts some beautiful sights, historical monuments and exciting destinations in the surrounding region. Art and culture lovers will feel right at home here too, as the city has many museums with interesting exhibitions of national and international artists. You definitely shouldn't miss out on a visit to a local restaurant when visiting Reykjavik (KEF).
A holiday in Reykjavik (KEF) is as exciting and diverse as the city itself. Book your Reykjavik (KEF) flights and go on an interesting journey of discovery. Art lovers will find the many museums of particular interest. Cultural Icelandic works of art are exhibited in the National Museum. A visit to the National Center for Culture Heritage, the National Gallery, the Kjarvalsstaðir, the Ásmundarsafn or the Einar Jónsson Museum is also recommended. There are of course many other smaller and larger museums in Reykjavik (KEF), exhibiting works of art by known and less well known artists. Some of the museums also have changing exhibitions on various national and international themes.
Tourists will also encounter many other wonderful sights on their way through the city. Book your Reykjavik (KEF) flights now and visit the historic cathedral, one of the city's oldest buildings. The various architectural styles demonstrate the city's colorful blend of tradition and modernity. More and more modern style buildings are being constructed next to the historic buildings. Other beautiful and interesting attractions include the botanical gardens, the Icelandic Parliament, the City Hall, the lake in Reykjavik (KEF), the Free Church, the Sun Voyager sculpture or the main shopping street. Culture lovers should pay a visit to the annual Menningarnott festival.