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Café Loki

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101 Lokastígur

 +354 466 2828

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"My favorite food stop in Reykjavik is Café Loki where you can get true Icelandic delicacies like Fermented Shark, Rye Bread ice cream and Brennivín a local liquor distilled from wood."  See More

"V2.0 My Iceland reccommendations would be as follows: Stop at the Blue Lagoon when traveling from and to the airport (most shuttles stop there on the way to the city). if you arrive on an early fight there is only a handful of people and it can be surreal. The best option bar-none to see Iceland is to move out of Reykjavik and circle the island to see the many different type of landscapes. Rent a 4WD vehicle and stay in local farms that double as guest houses. (look for: "My travels to Iceland" by Dennys Bisogno on ibooks for one of the best travel guides I found for this purpose). If you don't have much time you can always use the guys at to drive you around in one of their tours (tip: further drives = better views) For physical challenges: -Dive at one of these two sites (the folks at are great at organizing these dives): Silfra Crack - A waterway of glacier water that runs between the Eurasian and Amerian continental plates . Strýtan - An underwater volcanic chimney..probably the closest one to the Surface (you may need a dry suit certification). -You can hike at Landmannalaugar where the Laugavegurinn trail is (arguably) one of the best hiking trails in the planet...its 2-6 day hike and you will need to reserve huts and stop stations in advance. These trails close towards the end of September. Others September might be early but you should try to catch the aurora borealis. You can even dogsled/snowmobile during the night under it. This website predicts when and where the Aurora will be most visible: !"  See More

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