Has the best view of Reykjavik, the sea and the mountain range surrounding the capital. In this area are some remains of British military structures installed during world war two.
Around Perlan is a great area for a little forest walk in the middle of the city - no actual play area for the kids but just the "forest" itself and something to play in here and there.
A small forest inside the city. A great place to take a stroll in the evening sun.
Great place to take a walk and look at some of the old traces of the world war 2. Also possible to dine and look around inside the amazing Pearl. Best way there is to bicycle along Ægissíða (on map).
Öskjuhlíð is the location of Perlan, another interesting building in Reykjavik.
Öskjuhlíð is a beautiful woodland area surrounding Perlan—one of Reykjavík's stunning landmark buildings. Conveniently located right in the heart of the city, this gorgeous place makes for a popular quick getaway from city life, where visitors can cycle or walk along the various paths, that weave…
easy walk in an Icelandic "forrest". Located around Perlan, where you can find a store, restaurant and a coffee house. You don´t have to pay to get into those places.
“Local bakery and coffee shop. Nice atmosphere to sit down and chill. Justin Timberlake, was there last year having a coffee:-) ”
“The closest pick up and drop off near the studio. They also have a nice bar with good atmosphere. ”
“Hlemmur,a central bus station,a food court,and first stop on the way to Laugavegur. Laugavegur is a shopping street with all kinds of shopping,restaurants,museums and bars.”
“A basic little park which is occupied by young hipsters and sun-loving crowd during the sunny days. Kids come here to play frisbee-golf, volleyball, soccer and the viking game "Kubb", which can be described as a mixture of bowling and horseshoes.”