Perlan is a prominent landmark in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavík. It is situated on the top of Öskjuhlíð hill. What was originally a cluster of hot water tanks was in 1991 converted to a building open to the public. It hosts an exhibition, a planetarium, an observation deck, and a restaurant.
We like the view from the restaurant and Sölvi has contributed to the design and fabrication of the ice tunnel (we are proud of it)
Located just a few minutes drive (you can even walk) they have many great things including the worlds largest bouncing pad (only in the summer), even if you don´t have kids, this is a great place to visit because the scenery platform over the city is amazing.
Go there to get a view of all the amazing mountains around Faxaflói bay and you can also see a glimpse of the volcanic eruption in Reykjanes peninsula. Also they have zip line which I really want to try.
°360 view of Reykjavík from Perlan (English: The Pearl) which is a prominent landmark in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavík. It is situated on the top of Öskjuhlíð hill. What was originally a cluster of hot water tanks was in 1991 converted to a building open to the public. It hosts an exhibition,…
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