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Iceland. A place of astounding natural beauty. A place once many had heard of, but few had the privilege of visiting. That is until Iceland implemented an extended layover plan for up to seven days to boost tourism to the island. Today, it’s one of the top destinations to visit in the world as well as one of the best layover destinations and is on everyone’s bucket list. As such, there is not much more I can say about Iceland that hasn’t already been said for this tiny island in the Atlantic. So, instead, I’ll just show you some of the highlights of the capital of Iceland, Reykjavik!

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Flying a Budget Airline from Europe to US

With a last minute decision to head to the US for the summer, we scored cheap flights with WOW Airlines from Frankfurt to Cincinnati, Ohio with a layover in Reykjavik in both directions. We were concerned about what it would be like taking a budget airline for a long haul flight to the US, but we thought, what’s there to lose? We decided to give it a go. We knew that we wouldn’t have all the extra amenities on flight like normal airlines, such as relatively terrible flight times, having to pay for drinks and food, no mini TV screens to watch films and limited weight limits for luggage and carry-ons. Deciding that these factors were not such a negative aspect, we clicked to buy our tickets.

Upon our first flight, we realized that we should have perhaps downloaded some movies on to our computer to help entertain ourselves for the duration of the flight. However, these turned out to be unnecessary as the flight offered the chance to rent an iPad to watch films but, surprisingly we were incredibly tired and slept the entire length of our flight. However, the biggest problem for us was being so thirsty that we bought 3 bottles of water on board which was rather expensive. Normally, we always bring our own water once through security, but we had forgotten to buy some. 

If you’re don’t care about the lack of amenities or the extra cost, fly with minimal luggage and carry-ons, come prepared with entertainments and beverages / snacks, long haul flights with a budget airline is easy peasy as 1,2,3! 

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What You Need in Your Carry-On for a Layover in Reykjavik

We chose to do our extended layover in Reykjavik on the return flight from the US to Germany as a great way to end our summer in the US! With a 19 hour layover in Iceland with Wow Airlines, it was a short enough layover that we did not have to pick up our luggage upon arrival. Instead, it stayed at the airport, waiting for our next flight. 

However, I recommend packing basic necessities in your carry-on for a short layover in Reykjavik such as warm clothes, shoes and perhaps a swimming suit if you plan on visiting one of the best thermal pools near the Reykjavik airport, the Blue Lagoon

If you choose to take advantage of an extended layover in Iceland up to a maximum of seven days, then you most likely will have the chance to pick up your luggage. 

Free Things to do in Reykjavik

Since the plan was to visit Iceland on a budget with limited time in Reykjavik, we opted to look for free things in Reykjavik for a 1 day itinerary in Iceland. To be honest, we mostly casually walked around, hitting up several of the main sights to see in downtown Reykjavik within walking distance of our hostel. 

A problem we encountered with a layover in Iceland with only 19 hours and terrible arrival / departure times meant that many of the guided tours / free walking tours were either too early, too long or didn’t have multiple time availability that fit our allotted time. That left us doing a self-guided tour of Reykjavik with a complimentary city map from our hostel to explore the city on our own, in a jet-lagged, zombie-like state of mind. Though there are many other affordable things to do in Reykjavik, we sadly just didn’t have enough time to check out some of the other sights, such as the Icelandic Phallological Museum or the Perlan Museum for the ice caves.

Check out the Sun Voyager and Harbor Front / Sólfar

Considering that our hostel was located just off the Harbor Front, it was how we began our scenic walk along the waterfront and into the city center. We were able to enjoy a relatively warm, clear day for August and admire the mountains off in the distance. 

Without having to look for it, we found one of the most iconic photo spots in Reykjavik, the Sun Voyager, which is an ode to the sun and the promise of undiscovered territory and freedom. This was a family-friendly spot in Reykjavik for those traveling to Iceland with kids

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Visit Harpa

Just a bit further down from the Sun Voyager was a building I recognized immediately as the Harpa, Reykjavik’s concert hall on the waterfront. Unique in appearance, it’s worth admiring from both the inside and the outside in order to fully appreciate the intricate designs of the building. It’s free to wander around the inside, however there is also a little shop inside to peruse while you warm up. How much you spend is entirely up to you!

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Go shopping down Laugavegur and Skólavörðustígur Streets

As the main shopping streets in Reykjavik, you’ll be able to do some guilt-free window shopping and peak into a few boutique shops. If shopping isn’t your thing, perhaps you will find a restaurant, cafe or pub to enjoy while strolling around. 

Now normally, we aren’t such scrooges when it comes to drinking a few beers at the local bar, splurging on delicious foodie must-haves, but in Reykjavik we were penny pinching like our lives depended on it. Iceland is incredibly expensive and things add up quickly. 

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Budget Tip: If you want to drink in Iceland, then consider picking up alcohol at the duty-free shop at Keflavik Airport as it’s much cheaper than in any pubs in Reykjavik! 

From Skólavörðustígur street, you have a stunning direct view of Halgrimur’s Church with a rainbow path leading the way to the pot of gold! Ok, so we found no gold, but it did lead us to quite a magnificent church!

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Admire Hallgrimur’s Church / Hallgrimskirkja

As the tallest church in Iceland, Hallgimur’s Church towers over everything in Reykjavik and is quite the site to behold. The church itself is FREE to enter, however, should you be more motivated, there is an elevator to the top which offers panoramic views over Reykjavik for 900 ISK per person ( 7 €/ $8.35 ). Not feeling like splurging, this was one tower we opted out of. 

Nonetheless, the church was quite mesmerizing to look at as the architecture designed it to resemble the basalt lava flows in Iceland, therefore, making it one of the most unique buildings in the world and quite picture-worthy!

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Reykjavik Street Art

Even without the street art, Reykjavik is one of the most colorful cities in Europe! Many of the houses and roofs are colored in an array of colors. Now that the city has added a splash more of color with street art in Reykjavik, it’s even more vibrant! Simply walking along Laugaveguar Street, you will stumble upon several wall murals. I’d say that Iceland took the term “Street Art” literally!

Related: Nasvhille Street Art, Louisville Street Art, Gdańsk Street Art

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Try an Icelandic Hot Dog

I didn’t know this until just now, but Baejarins Beztu Pylsur is considered to be the best place for hot dogs in Reykjavik. I’d say we got scored big time because it truly was quite possibly the best hot dog I ever had! I’m not sure what the fascination is though, but Icelandic hot dogs are unlike any I’ve ever had before. After sharing quite possibly the worst fish & chips in my life which we paid 2000 ISK ( 16 € / $18.50 ), we stepped next door to the hot dog stand and ordered up two hot dogs.

While the gentleman made the hot dogs, I asked him what was on it. First, the bun, then a layer of caramelized onions and French onions before being drizzled in honey mustard. Sounds like an odd combination, but it was very D-E-LICIOUS!

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Drinks at KEX Gastro Pub

Back at our hostel, we enjoyed a complimentary drink on the house due to the construction next door which totally did not bother us, but hey, who’s to deny a free beer? Turns out, the Kex Hostel Pub, also called Drinks Bar, is actually one of the top places to drink in Reykjavik with a laid back vibe everyone can get on board with – from couples to solo travelers, to tourists and locals alike, everyone convened on this eclectic bar!

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More things to do in Reykjavik we would have liked to have visited:

  • Nautholsvik – the geothermal beach with a hot spring
  • Laugardalslaug – the city pool that’s open from 10am – 10pm
  • National Gallery of Iceland
  • National Museum of Iceland
  • Einar Jonsson Sculpture Garden – free entrance, near Hallgrimskirkja

Where to Stay in Reykjavik on a Budget

I highly recommend staying in a hotel in Reykjavik near the main city center as the city is not very big and thus very walk-able. Everything is within walking distance and there is no need to rent a car or bus around everywhere once you’re downtown.

KEX Hostels – Offering both guest rooms and dormitory rooms, rooms are simply decorated. Some rooms have a private bathroom, others you must share. Should you have to share, come equipped with shower sandals. Best of all, the hostel is conveniently located not far from Laugavegur Street. Only being there for 19 hours, we didn’t want to splurge on a nicer hotel and found that this was the most affordable hostel in Reykjavik without getting too bare in amenities. 

Clearly too jet-lagged to remember to take a photo of our room! 

Getting to Reykjavik from KEF Airport

We pre-booked our airport transportation with Gray Line bus company, which picked us up directly at the airport and dropped us off in front of our hostel. By specifying the exact date of your arrival and departure time, the bus will be organized for you. We also found it to be the most affordable way to get to/from Reykjavik to the Keflavik Airport (KEF).

As it’s a 45 minute bus ride one way, so we recommend booking a bus pick up for an hour after your arrival and 2 hours prior to departing, thus ensuring you don’t miss your bus or flight. However, should you miss your bus pick up for any reason, we were informed that we could catch the next shuttle bus. 

What Should You Wear in Iceland in Summer?

Considering that we only had a short 19 hour layover in Reykjavik, I didn’t delve deep into research about things you need to know before going to Iceland, like what you should wear. We were headed to the US for a 2 month summer holiday, so I certainly didn’t pack any jeans or sweaters or jackets, while my husband at least had pants. Half-way through our holiday, I randomly decided to check the summer temperatures in Iceland. They were a whopping 55°F (12°C) and I knew then, I had better buy a new pair of jeans and a sweater for our layover. And boy, was I GLAD! 

Upon arrival at Keflavik Airport, I was still wearing summer clothes and quickly needed to change into something warmer. I’m so glad I packed a few days worth of warm clothes in my carry-on, but unfortunately the same could not be said about my poor husband who forgot to pack his long sleeve shirt in his carry-on, thinking we would be picking up our suitcases. Luckily though, in the sunshine, it was quite nice and for us, we didn’t really need a jacket, but when that wind blew or we walked in the shade, it quickly got cold!

July and August are definitely one of the most popular times to visit Iceland as the weather is at its mildest, yet still slightly cold. If you’re trying to decide whether to visit Iceland in July or August, here are some of the best things to do in Iceland in July!

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Overall Experience

Clearly, 19 hours wasn’t enough to see all of the main sights in Iceland, do the classic Golden Circle tour or experience a thermal bath in Iceland. But, after our short trip to Iceland, I personally was turned off by how expensive Iceland was. And we wondered WHY is Iceland so expensive? Curious as to why prices were so extreme and knowing there was more to the story that just import fees, we discovered that Iceland’s tourism has seen an increase in visitors fivefold since 2010! An island with a population of 332,000 people, the island welcomed 2.3 million visitors in 2017!

Dated from March 2017, The Telegraph informs us that Iceland considered adding an additional tax on tourists via hotels, excursions and food as way to deter tourists from visiting Iceland, therefore helping to reduce overcrowding. Iceland has such a fragile environment and 2.3 million people is just not a viable option for the protection of the environment, or for the locals.

Sure, I only glimpsed a tiny, tiny fraction of the stunning natural beauty of Iceland, but with that said, I personally would be more interested in visiting the Faroe Islands before returning to Iceland. 

 

Should you decide to still want to visit Iceland, these are travel guides and similar items I found most useful or wish I had brought with me!

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  1. Ha! We always are tempted by those Iceland layover flights from Denmark too. Looks like you were able to make the most of your quick time there! And lucky you with the weather. Do you think that you’d be able to do a tour to see a geyser or more nature in that time frame or would you need more? Definitely saving for later. Thanks for sharing with #FarawayFiles, Erin

    1. If we had arrived early in the morning then perhaps you could catch a tour that leaves around 8-9am but since many of the tours we looked at started before we arrived and were all day tours we couldn’t manage it. Even the walking tours were before we arrived.

  2. This looks like one of the best ways to maximize a long layover. I’ve heard about Reykjavik being very friendly to travelers with long layovers, but have yet to do it ourselves. Maybe we’ll have to look into that the next time we are traveling between Europe and the US in the summer time. We once had 8 hours in London and made the most of it by getting to the heart of the city to see the major sites. #farawayfiles

  3. This kind of layover feels like a clever way of having two holidays in one. Clearly you need to be quite organised about packing just the right thing in your carry on though. I was also really interested to read about your experience of budget airlines for long-haul travel. Sounds like it could be worth it if you remember to pack the flight essentials in your handbag. Thanks for sharing on #FarawayFiles

  4. It’s cool that you can visit Iceland on a layover. I think, given the expense, that it’s a good way to see some of it. The streets look so pretty! We’ll have to look into this as an option sometime, although we don’t travel between Europe and the USA as much as you!

  5. We have flying back and fore between the States and Europe for years and kept meaning to ‘do the Iceland’, seems we may have left it too late! Thanks for info re travel and what to wear. We already knew about WOW as we put our daughter on it a few years back, she did not know about the no films and don’t think they offered her the iPad. It was a long flight for her!
    Thanks for sharing on #farawayfiles

  6. I’ve considered a long layover in Iceland a number of times (I love making the best of a long layover). I was always hesitant because of the prices. Thanks for sharing such budget friendly options! Next time I have the option, I’ll have to do a layover there!

  7. Wow! I mean about Wow Airlines, too; I didn’t know about it, but it’ll have to keep it in mind for future Europe-trips. And a layover in Reykjavik sounds like a great option. You’re right, I keep hearing about it, and it’s been on our places to visit soon list for a while, but didn’t get to it yet, and a layover sounds like the best option. Looks like such a beautiful place! That church is something else, great architecture. Thanks for all the info, it’ll help us plan for a layover there on our next trip.

  8. I’m going to tuck this post away for the future. I would love to visit Iceland but I am hoping that if I wait a few years the buzz might die down a bit and it will be a bit less tourist crowded and expensive. There is no layover option from Australia (lol!) so we will have to make a dedicated trip.

  9. I haven’t done those Iceland stopover flights because as you said the times are just terrible. I would like to visit Iceland though and see more of the beautiful natural scenery. You did a great job making the most of your layover. I don’t like hotdogs but you have convinced me to give an Iceland one a try. #TheWeeklyPostcard.

  10. Some great tips, agree about the street art, there are some fantastic pieces there.

    We did venture to the top of the church, the views are fantastic, however, I totally understand not doing it, it is a bit pricey. #farawayfiles

  11. I totally agree about the hot dogs, they are just amazing aren’t they!? Our hotel was opposite the hot dog stand so as you an imagine, we ate here a few times. Hallgrimskirkja Church is fabulous isn’t it, especially when you start to walk up the hill and see it staring straight ahead of you. Great tips for a budget layover. #feetdotravel

  12. Iceland remains firmly on the bucket list – I am just so intrigued to see it after the last few years of hype. Not sure how as we are a bit far away in Australia but one of these days!!

  13. Thanks for the details about flying WOW! They have recently started flying from DFW, so I’ve been curious. The expense of Iceland is one thing that has kept me from taking advantage of the cheap flights. I think I’d like to go during the time when you can see the Northern Lights though. You shared some really great tips on the layover piece- I wouldn’t have thought about the duty free alcohol nor packing warmer clothes. I do love taking advantage of a longer layover on trips… especially if it’s somewhere that I wouldn’t normally think of going / try to go. It looks like you were able to hit the high points!

  14. This is awesome! We keep hearing how great, but expensive, Iceland is, so it’s nice to see the other side. It’s also nice to know you can see quite a bit in such a short time. It seems a shame to only have a day, but it would be even worse to spend it all in the airport! Can’t wait to put this info to use! #1 on our Must See list is the Hallgrimskirkja – although it reminds us more of Legos than lava. 😉

  15. Would love to visit Iceland once, but as you point it out its very expensive country for traveling, so I guess I will need to wait for some more time. 🙂 haha The layovers are never fun, but if you have enough time to get out of the airport I believe it’s worth it, because if nothing else you can briefly feel the city/country. Thanks for letting me know about the wow airlines haven’t heard about them before, it’s always good to have several cheap airlines in the sleeve when looking for next travel destination.

  16. Iceland has never really been a desired destination of mine, but I love that you made the most of your layover! I always try to avoid long layovers, but this has inspired me to pick a cheaper flight and have the opportunity to get a glimpse of a place I wouldn’t have normally planned to go. Great post and info! #TheWeeklyPostcard

  17. I never took a budget airline across the Atlantic, so I’m glad to have read about it in your post. For me the entertainment part is really important, as I am almost never able to sleep on the plane. It’s good that you managed to squeeze in a visit to Reykjavik during your 19 hour layover. I’d love to visit Iceland someday too.

  18. Good thing you decide to look into the weather before you arrived! I really can’t stand it when I’m too cold, or too hot really puts a damper on things. I’ve been thinking about a visit to Iceland, but for some reason I just can’t get excited about it…. maybe because there are so many amazing places to see and the extreme prices and cold weather don’t sounds appealing. I’m glad to have read your review as that makes me feel better about my current decision to hold off. #farawayfiles

  19. Shame you didn’t have more time to see the stunning Icelandic nature, but glad to hear you still got a glimpse of Iceland and Reykjavik. It is really cool town. Thanks for evoking some great memories. 🙂 #FarawayFiles

  20. So glad you were able to spend a few hours in Iceland. We’ve done these extended Iceland layovers a couple of times on our way to the Scandinavian region. It really is a spectacular country and I hope you get to spend more time there on your next trip. Yes, those hotdogs are the best!

  21. I had no idea WOW airlines had flights to the States, we flew with them once from Spain to Iceland! Anyway, layover in a new place is such a great way to experience a new place and country, even for a short while! Looks like you made the most of those 19h!

  22. The tourism board has obviously done something right to have such an influx of people coming to visit. The long layover definitely plays a big role in it. I imagine Iceland to be as expensive as Norway and this is also one of the reasons I havent made the trip yet. It seems like every travelblogger has been there in 2017 already as well haha! I do like that this is a budget guide, but it’s unfortunate you werent able to join a free walking tour. They have always been great in other European countries.

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