Akureyri

Jan 19, 2019 - Jan 20, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travelers saying about Akureyri?

9.8
Family Travelers
9.2
Art & Design Lovers
8.4
Outdoor Enthusiasts
7.6
Students
7.5
Adventure Travelers
Member reviews (14)
Pepi
PepiBarcellona, Spagna
8/24/17

Akureyri es la segunda ciudad más importante de Islandia, después de Reykjavik. Se ubica en la zona norte de la Isla y es paso obligado para todos aquellos que recorren la carretera circular Nro 1. Pintoresca y alegre, su centro histórico es precioso y colorido. Es un buen lugar para abastecerse antes de comenzar travesías hacia los Fiordos del noroeste o bien hacia la zona donde se ubica la famosa cascada Detifos. Imperdible hacer una pasadita por aquí para conocer algo de la historia de los pioneros pescadores que se asentaron y poco a poco convirtieron un asentamiento pequeño, en una de las ciudades más importantes comercialmente hablando y con alto valor cultural. No se debe dejar se dar una vuelta por el Barrio original, donde aún se preservan casas de la época fundacional y se encuentran dispuestos un gran número de carteles informativos con datos históricos de la ciudad.

Lea Love
Lea LoveMohave Valley, Arizona
4/19/17

This city is beautiful with beautiful, kind people. The air is crisp, fresh, and the city well maintained. We stayed in a home overlooking the city. It was marvellous.

Lauren Baker
Lauren BakerBedford, New Hampshire, USA
9/12/16

Iceland's second largest metro area is fairly remote - located just outside the Arctic circle - but shouldn't be missed! The quaint town center with its colorful buildings is surprisingly walkable, and the harbor area simply could not be more picturesque. Don't miss the world's northernmost botanical gardens, local favorite ice cream shop Brynja, or the ever popular happy hour pub crawls through the downtown area. Important note! Parking is free throughout the town, but you need to pick up a disk (available at any gas station) and mark the time you parked with it.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford (town), New York
7/24/14

This is Iceland's second largest urban area located in the northern part of the Island. We went to see geysers and falls from the city. We had good weather that in Iceland is a luxury.

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