Reykjavik Shopping

The main shopping downtown is on and around Austurstræti, Aðalstræti, Hafnarstræti, Hverfisgata, Bankastræti, Laugavegur, and Skólavörðustígur.

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12 Tónar

  • Music Stores

Both a record shop and an independent record label, the staff here can tell you everything about Icelandic music while you sip a great...

Anna María design

  • Jewelry/Accessories

Founded in 1986, this workshop and store sells a variety of jewelry for both men and women, made from a variety of materials that encompass...

Gallery Fold

  • Art Galleries

There are a large selection of prints, drawings, paintings, and sculpture by contemporary Icelandic artists, as well as some older Icelandic...

Handprjónasambandið

  • Crafts

The Handknitting Association of Iceland, Handprjónasambandið, has its own outlet, selling, of course, only hand-knit items of various...

Islandia

  • Crafts

A range of woolens, giftware, and souvenirs are available. ...

Kolaportið flea market

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

During the weekend, the lively and colorful flea market is open in an old ground-floor warehouse by the harborside (look for the big...

Kringlan Mall

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

There are a number of good clothing stores and a movie theater, as well good places to get souvenirs. The mall is on the east side of...

Lækjartorg

  • Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

In summertime Lækjartorg sometimes fills with the stands of outdoor merchants offering everything from woolens, records, and books to...

Rammagerðin

  • Crafts

Many hand- and machine-knitted woolen garments are sold at Rammagerðin. They have a smaller version in the Keflavik Airport as well.

Smáralind

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

One of Iceland‘s two major shopping malls, Smáralind (pronounced smow -ra-lind), is in Kópavogur, a community neighboring Reykjavík...

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