Reykjavik local? Help us start a blog for your city!

Reykjavik (by Alec Cooks)

One of the next city guides we would like to launch as part of our mission to promote authentic culture is Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland!

Reykjavik gets a lot of tourists – some would argue even too many. Yet these tourists rarely get to experience the true culture of the city, or to understand it fully. That’s why we need you, locals who know your city better than anyone else, to show them what Reykjavik really is about.

Northern Lights in Reykjavik (by Nicolas J Leclercq)

There are many reasons to visit Reykjavik. To begin with, it allows tourists to see the Northern Lights, a common bucket list item; though this is not exclusive to Reykjavik. It also has its own exclusive highlights, such as the Hallgrimskirkja Church, Old Harbour, Perlan Museum, and Harpa Concert Hall. Unfortunately, these highlights are what most tourists focus on, so they seldom get to the heart of Reykjavik, its people. But we want to focus on people, on locals’ stories and experiences within this great city.

So what is it like to experience Reykyavik like a local? Where can you get the best coffee or local skyr? Where do locals relax or celebrate? This is what we and many travelers want to know!

Are you a Reykyavik loving local?

We aim to show visitors (and locals!) the real culture of Reykyavik beyond the tourist highlights. We are looking for locals who’d like to share their passion and spread the word about Reykyavik by blogging about their favorite spots. Browse around our current 80+ city blogs and learn more about our amazing community & vision!

Love Reykyavik?

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Do you live within the city limits, and speak the local language?

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