Categories: Neighborhoods, Shopping, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Shop at numerous local stores selling clothing, art, and jewelry from Icelandic designers at Laugavegur, one of the oldest shopping streets in the city. The street leads to hot springs where city women once took their laundry--hence the name "wash road." The street is also home to many cafes, bars, nightclubs, and restaurants. Keep an eye out for interesting street art, too. Note that this is one of Reykjavik's more expensive shopping areas. Our Reykjavik trip builder makes visiting Laugavegur and other Reykjavik attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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This is the main shopping street in Reykjavik. Lots of very exclusive upper-end outlets and the more usual souvenir shops. If you're looking for knitted woollens there are plenty of shops here to choo... read more »
I'm a sucker for souvenirs and this street is loaded with typically Icelandic and kitschy stuff. Take a stroll and stop in to the shops. I found the prices for fur items very reasonable.
This is Reykjavik's main shopping street and easy to walk if you are staying nearby. Parking is a bit of a problem though. Plenty of places to eat, shop and book tours. Grocery store is nearby. Parts ... read more »
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