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Reykjavik - the northernmost capital

With a wealth of hotels, high-class restaurants, nightclubs, theatre and recreational facilities, Reykjavik provides the perfect backdrop to the exhibition.
Reykjavik, the northernmost capital of the world, boasts a wide array of exciting activities and attractions. Reykjavik is pure, clean and vibrant -- creating the perfect settings for a relaxing yet refreshing vacation. With top-class restaurants and cuisine, unique culture, sparkling nightlife and amazing attractions within easy reach, Reykjavik has it all.  The large Reykjavi­k area is by far the largest municipality in Iceland. The capital area has about a total of 60% of Iceland's population, or about 200 thousand people. The accommodation options in Reykjavik are very diverse and everything from small hostels to quality hotels. You can choose from multitude of restaurants and/or coffee-houses, and the nightlife in town is always vibrant during weekends.
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