The capital of Iceland may only have a population of 122,000, but its energy and nightlife seem to belong to one of the world’s great metropolises. It’s the perfect fusion of old and new – contemporary sculptures like the striking, sea-facing Sun Voyager stand side by side with the National and Saga museums which delve deep into Iceland’s history. Perhaps the city’s most famous landmark to discover on Reykjavik cruises is the Hallgrimskirkja, a cathedral complete with captivating, modern design and 73m high tower. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, you’ll be delighted to discover the city’s international inspired dining scene – feast on anything and everything from tapas to French fine dining. Fancy a breath of fresh air? With its secluded location, Reykjavik provides the ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. If you have time, check out the Golden Circle – a walking route which takes in the rugged landscapes of southern Iceland, beginning in Reykjavik. Along the way, you’ll discover geysers, glaciers, hot springs and more. Back in the city, bask in the beauty of water at concert hall Harpa – whose glistening glass facets reflect the gentle waves lapping at the harbour. Head inside for a guided tour and find out more about this boundary-breaking building.