A stunning building on the outside and equally stunning on the inside for its simplicity. Make sure you take the lift up the tower.
I went here nearly 3 years ago, and what a sight it was, such a surreal venue. I was lucky to have visited when the organ was being played and what an experience that was. I recommend to anyone to visit, such a beautiful church, wish I stayed long enough to have seen the choir sing or some performance to... More
If you come to Reykjavik you have to come to Hallgrimskirkja. It cost $700ISK to take the elevator to the top, but provides the best view of the city and surrounding area. It is not a stunning church as far as interior design and architecture, especially compared with other European churches, but is rather dull. What it has going for... More
Well worth a visit, if only for the amazing 360 degree views over Reykjavik. The cathedral itself is very striking - would recommend visiting just before sunset to see it lit up.
I'm not usually into buildings but this church really was made to awe. It is not as ornate as a Catholic church but it was carefully designed to cause an impact. Going inside it opens up into cavern where everything is so clean and geometrical. It's an interesting visit. For photographers, a lot of people like to go to the... More
This was well worth the trip. Was our first stop of our trip to help us get our bearings of the city. The church is beautiful and even better was the view (well worth the 700 krona).
We visited the church on our first day in Reykjavik. The organ was being played beautifully as we walked around, it was fascinating to listen whilst seeing all of the organ pipes on the wall. We returned a few days later when the weather was clearer and took a trip up the tower, well worth doing as this gave us... More
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