Reykjavík Region Shopping

  • 66° North.
    66° North.
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  • The Nordic Store.
    The Nordic Store.
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  • Wollen Icelandic sweaters, the original pattern.
    Wollen Icelandic sweaters, the original...
    by Regina1965

Reykjavík Region Shopping

  • Luxurious Shoes and Accessories for...

    38 Threp is an exclusive shoes, clothes and accessories shop in Laugavegur, the main shopping street of Reykjavik.The selection boasts both international and Icelandic brands. The shoes are really nice and the prices are still decent enough, at least from Finnish point of view.The service is also exemplery, not too pushy but still responsive. The...

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  • Christmas ornaments and decorations

    A charming shop selling Christmas decorations of all sorts -- tree ornaments, gift wrap, cards, decorations. Many items are handcrafted, from Iceland, and there are some imports. Wide price range - there's something for everyone's budget here.

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  • Icelandic sweaters

    This is a thrift shop on the main shopping street in Iceland, with a large selection of Icelandic sweaters and other clothing at excellent prices. I found a beautiful sweater for half the price of the ones at the flea market and there was a much larger variety of styles and sizes. Good selection of items - children's and baby clothes, and i believe...

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  • Vintage clothes

    There are a number of shops around the town that sell vintage clothes and if your like me and want that one off piece then you'e bound to find it in one of these places but you do need a bit of time to sort through. Unfortunately I neither had the time (boyfriend on my back!) or the money as it can be expensive but next time i go back I'll...

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  • If Willy Wonka lived in Reykjavík...

    It is a little-known fact that Icelanders have a particularly sweet tooth. Vínberið (Icelandic for "grape"), located on Laugavegur, the main shopping street in Reykjavík, is a place where both locals and tourists go to get their sugar fix or buy some interesting souvenirs. There is even a section with the sign "Icelandic sweets" for those tourists...

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  • Map of the Reykjavik region

    For travels around Reykjavik, buy the map Sérkort Sudvesturland 1:75.000. This map shows riding trails, hiking trails, things to see, such as crater, geothermal springs etc. Easily available. Note that roads status change rapidly on iceland and do not be surprised if the map is not entirely updated - no matter how new it is.... ISK 1350

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  • Where Bad Taste reigns

    This historic Reykjavik landmark is in the basement of a "Bonus" supermarket, of course. Where else would you expect to find the record label associated with the Sugarcubes, Bjork and Sigur Ros? They have a nice selection of old and new recordings, posters teeshirts and other stuff, and music mags from Iceland and all over the world. If you're...

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  • World famous small record shop

    Legendary music shop with an outstanding collection of Icelandic sounds. Generous listening policy - ask politely, and they will allow you to listen to any recording prior to purchase. And a clerk may even give you a cup of coffee (espresso) to sip as you sample. Many different Icelandic musics to be heard: of course Bjork and Sigur Ros, but also...

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  • Scenes from an Iceland Mall

    Really, it's not surprising that cold dark wintry northern climes gave birth to the shopping mall as we know and love it. And it's not surprising that Reykjavik is home to two indoor malls. I visited Kringlan, the older of the malls, stopping here for a coffee and to get some gifts on my way back from the famous big lake and rift valley. Kringlan...

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  • Local Arts and Crafts

    That Icelandic sweater you were thinking of getting your mother as a souvenir from Iceland - is she really going to wear it? Why not give her a local crafted piece of high-quality ceramics? Kogga is a well-known ceramic artist whose work is of international caliber. Other local ceramic artists show their work here as well.If you are like myself,...

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  • Shopping Mall That Has Everything

    Kringlan is a big shopping complex that most tourists miss because it's in the outskirts of the city. It has everything from toys to clothes to restaurants to furniture to cinema.The mall is open:Monday - Wednesday 10.00 - 18.30Thursday 10.00 - 21.00Friday 10.00 - 19.00Saturday 10.00 - 18.00Sudany 13.00 - 17.00

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  • Viking Woolen Clothes!

    The woolen clothes of Iceland is famous as the pattern is unique. It claims that those brand names copy their patterns. Although the pattern is good-looking, but I think that the wool is not find enough.

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  • Malls: Kringlan and Smáralind

    Almost all the shops on Laugavegur are closed on Sundays and if you want to shop there head to Kringlan or Smaralind. Kringlan is open till 9 thursday evenings, except during summer I think. Anything, clothes, shoes, books, gifts, food, sports equipment.... what ever.

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  • Icelandic Wool Sweaters

    Lot's of the wool sweaters in the shops are norwegian, the design is different. Ask the shop assistant what is what. Icelandic wool is water repellent and very warm. Buy an Icelandic wool sweater. It's a must. I have no idea, my grandma made mine :)

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  • Malls

    Here you can see that Iceland is the closest part of Europe when it comes to Americanisation: this small town has two big shopping malls! The first one, Kringlan, is located on the outskirts of the city centre.The latest one, Smáralind, is an example of sleek beauty and offers some unashamedly hedonistic retail therapy. Its location in Kópavogur...

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  • Laugarvegur area

    Everything you'd like to buy in Iceland you may get in or just off Laugarvegur. Whether it's souvenirs, jumpers, books or music you're after: this is your safest bet! It also has many nice bars and restaurants in the area, so you're spoilt for choice on a good day of shopping frenzy! Mál of Menning bookshop is a fab place to browse around. It also...

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  • Shopping centre

    There aren't that many malls in Reykjavik, but Kringlan is very good. Also all the small shops nearby main street are good too, but if the weather is bad (often is) go to Kringlan and keep your feet dry=) Kringlan is also the biggest shopping centre there.

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  • For the Icelandic Weather

    You have to protect your precious body when exploring Iceland. 66° North is an expert providing these clothes and accessories, as their designs are originated and tested in Iceland.The flagship store on Lækjargata has a good collection of parkas, hiking boots and other protective wear for both cities and mountains. Buy everything you need to enjoy...

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  • For Bookholics

    Penninn Eymundsson is the largest bookstore in Iceland, and it has surprisingly big and good English books section. Other languages can be found, too, but the selection is tilted towards Nordic languages.The store has a good selection of stationery and office supplies. Postcards are available, too. Consider spending some money to a good Iceland...

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  • Colourful Shoes

    Kron sells shoes that make you happy. The selection is so full or brightness and colours that you cannot have sour face while shopping. The whole shop follows this jumpy colourscheme with orange tables and bright wallpapers.Kron stocks Camper, Salvador Sepena and Again&Again, among others. The price depends on the manufacturer and the model, but...

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  • Your Basic Luxury

    When you need a power suit and related accessories of high quality, but nothing extremely special or obscure, head to GK Reykjavík on Laugavegur. The shop caters the clothing needs of both ladies and gentlemen.The ambience of the place is also worth experiencing, the garments are surrounded with athmosphere of solitude. The unobtrusive, but...

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  • Icelandic Designs

    Spaksmannsspjarir (what a monster of a name) sells exclusive women clothes from Icelandic designers. The selection is airy and very contemporary, designed for both work and leisure.The Icelandic design is similar to other Scandinavian design, light and form following function; but there are also some unique qualities and use of Icelandic...

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  • Trendy Exclusive Stuff

    Sæver Karl is a trendy, exclusive and expensive shop in middle of Reykjavik. The selection boasts brands such as Prada and Joop!, and the shop resembles a contemporary art gallery. The service is good, the clothes are awesome and the variery is surprisingly big for such a small city. Buy anything with Prada logo on it. Sæver Karl is not for...

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  • Large indoor shopping mall

    You can find a huge shopping mall even in Reykjavik nowadays. This is your typical western shopping hell. In 36,000 sq.m mall there are 150 shops, catering and services. Lots of busy and nervous people. It was nice to see that all the kids were behaving very nicely. The Shopping centre has become so popular that the word Kringlan is now synonymous...

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  • Where to shop.

    In general if you wish to buy the best in Iceland, it seems that Laugavegur is the best street to do just that. There are many other streets with a myriad of shops and galleries, but there are many great ones on Laugavegur. Be sure to bring lots of money, things are expensive. Be sure to claim a global tax refund receipt. You can really save a good...

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  • Jewelery

    Small, where you can actually see Sif ( the owner of the shop) making rings and other jewlery items. Silver rings, totally shining and cute and a non too expensive price ( considering its Iceland...) about 4.000 ISK for a silver ring

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  • Its time to go Shopping!

    Its a shop located in the main shopping street in reykjavík, lauvavegur, where youa re able to find gifts about the town itself and Iceland. All kind of touristic goodies!

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  • Shopping Mall

    Insidethis winter city exists just about anything visitors require: some 170 shops, restaurants and services in 36,000 squere meters of leasable area. There are sophisticated fashion shops selling the latest designs, hip boutiques, international brand name shops, jewellery shops, music stores, a liquor store, nutrition centres, book stores,...

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  • Sheepskin wool

    If you have the opportunity to be in Iceland, buy their sheepskin wool garments e.g. gloves, sweaters, etc. They are very good and can keep you warm at temperatures around 10 F (below freezing). The items are pricy but are well made so it is worth it over the long run as long as the item is well maintained and of good quality.

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