Our home is downtown Reykjavik on a quiet street 2 minutes from Hlemmur, the main bus station. It´s on two floors with a kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room and two bedroom on the main floor and upstairs are two bedrooms, bathroom and work studio. We have a private small and sunny balcony with a bbq and we share our garden with our neighbours.
Reykjavík is the world’s most northerly capital combines colourful buildings, quirky, creative people, eye-popping design, wild nightlife and a capricious soul to devastating effect.
In many ways Reykjavík is strikingly cosmopolitan for its size. After all, it's merely a town by international standards, and yet it's loaded with excellent museums, captivating art, rich culinary choices, and funky cafes and bars. When you slip behind the shiny tourist-centric veneer (it is a great base for tours to the countryside) you'll find a place and a populace that mix aesthetic-minded ingenuity with an almost quaint, know-your-neighbours sense of community.
Add a backdrop of snow-topped mountains, churning seas and crystal-clear air, and you, like many visitors, may fall helplessly in love, returning home already saving to come back.
Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/iceland/reykjavik/introduction#ixzz478qerNAn
By booking a trans-Atlantic ticket on Icelandair with a free "stop-over" of up to a week in Reykjavík, you can follow a visit to Iceland with a visit to London, Paris, Glasgow, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, or another city in Europe, or to Washington, D.C., Boston, Orlando, New York, Minneapolis, Seattle, or another U.S. city.