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5 Inviting kaffihús: Finding Comfort in Reykjavik's Stormy Weather

Part of the charm of Iceland lies in its unpredictable, sometimes wild, and always dramatic weather. When rain or snowstorms are in full force, finding a warm and inviting spot becomes a necessity. Here's a list of five cozy coffee places in Reykjavik to weather the storms.

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The ins and outs of New Year´s Eve in Reykjavik

Will you be staying in Iceland over New Year´s Eve and you´re not quite sure what to do or where to go? Well let us guide you through one of the most fun filled holidays of the year to make the best of your stay as we say goodbye to the passing year and greet the new one.

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Parking in Reykjavik Made Simple: Tips and Tricks for a Hassle-free Experience

Are you planning to rent a car during your visit but feeling uncertain about where to park and how much it might cost? Fear not, as we've compiled some helpful tips to streamline your parking experience in Reykjavik. Additionally, for those staying at any of the Center Hotels properties, we have included specific information about parking options at each location.

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5 Nature spots in Reykjavik, the capital´s green spaces.

At Keflavík Airport, tourists are often asked to take part of a survey. One of the questions of this survey is why the chose to come to Iceland and about 80% of those who answered said that the nature was their main reason. Nature is something we have in abundance here in Iceland and our capital is no exception. We would like to invite you to take a look at 5 of these accessible nature spots in the country´s capital.

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Chasing the Northern Lights in Iceland

Northern lights, that elusive magical moment in the sky that many feared or revered in the past as either an omen of bad things to come or as a sign the ancestors were watching over us. Perched on the edge of the Arctic Circle, Iceland offers a front-row seat to one of nature's most breathtaking performances.

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Falling for Reykjavik: Discover the Fall Season.

Fall marks the end of our short summer, and it's time to bring out those cozy coats from hibernation and mentally prepare ourselves for the wild winter storms. But don't fret, because even though fall is fleeting, it's packed with its own unique charm.

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Hassle-Free Airport Transfers in Iceland: A Guide for Travelers

Traveling to Iceland is an exciting adventure, but navigating airport transfers can sometimes be a daunting task. At Center Hotels, we understand the importance of a smooth transition from the airport to your accommodation, so we've put together this guide to help you make the most of your journey. Iceland's international airport, Keflavik Airport, is located about a 45-minute drive from the capital area. Here are some convenient options for getting to and from the airport.

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Winter activities and tours

Winter season in Iceland is magical and it gives you the chance to see and explore some unique natural wonders. Waterfalls, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and so many other things will make your winter visit totally worth it!

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Christmas season in Reykjavík

Christmas is just around the corner and Reykjavík is turning into winter wonderland. This season is magical and you will find all sorts of activities in the city center.

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Árbær - Open Air Museum

Árbær Open Air Museum is located in Reykjavík and has the purpose of showing visitors the work and living conditions of people in Iceland in earlier times. The museum is constantly growing and is a great attraction for everyone while visiting Reykjavík.

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