Velkominn to the world’s most northern capital city. 65% of Iceland’s 333,000 people live within the Capital Region, primarily located on Seltjarnarnes Peninsula in the southwest corner of the island. Tourists focus on central Reykjavík. The city is clean, charming, safe, walkable and very scenic. Visual highlights are Lake Tjörnin shown here and Faxaflói Bay. Cultural offerings include museums and performing arts venues. There are plenty of restaurants and stores for exercising your credit cards. And Reykjavík’s location makes it an excellent hub for day trips to explore Iceland’s renowned glaciers, geysers, waterfalls and landscape on the western and southern coasts.