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Sundlaug Akureyrar

39 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Anna
Anna
December 9, 2019
The Akureyri Swimming Pool is one of the most popular attractions in Akureyri. It is open all year round. The pool area includes two 25m outdoor pools, pummeling water jets, water slides, splashpool, an indoor pool, four hot pots, steam bath and an extensive area for sunbathing. All the pools are…
Hermann
Hermann
November 26, 2019
A very good swimming pool with jacuzzis, rides and a sauna.
Grażyna
Grażyna
October 5, 2019
Great local outdoor swimming pools with few hotpots, sauna and slides
Margrét
Margrét
August 6, 2019
I usually always go to the swimming pool instead of using the shower at home. Why? Steam bath, cold and hot tubs and of course the slides ;)
Embla
Embla
July 1, 2019
I go swimming here frequently as well as using the sauna and Jacuzzi. Really nice for kids as well as they have a couple of decent slides.

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Restaurant
“Restaurant for special occations. Really good but a bit pricy. Known for their sushi.”
  • 39 locals recommend
Bakery
“They have some really good bakeries here in Akureyri but this one is amazing. Their breads are to die for. ”
  • 14 locals recommend
Park
“The garden is one of the northern most botanical gardens in the world. The Public Park was opened in 1912 but the Botanic section in 1957. There are about 6600 alien taxa growing in the garden in beds and nursery and around 430 species of the native taxa. The park is very popular both by locals and visitors. The Botanical Garden is equally popular with the local population and visitors to Akureyri. A wide variety of both Icelandic and foreign flora is to be found there and new species are always being added to the collection. The garden, therefore, is an excellent choice for those wishing to take a break from the stress of daily life, playing as they do, the role both of a peaceful public park and also a beautiful plant collection. The Garden is open 1st of June to 30 September. On weekdays from 08.00-22.00 and at weekends from 09.00-22.00.”
  • 30 locals recommend
Church
“The Akureyri church is the symbol of Akureyri. It is a Lutheran church and was designed by architect Gudjon Samuelsson and consecrated in 1940. The central stained glass window above the altar formed a part of a set originating from England. The bas-reliefs on the nave balcony are by sculptor Asmundur Sveinsson and the baptismal font is a replica of a work by sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen. The church is located in the town center. There´s a tradition in Iceland to walk up the steps to the church and counting the steps!”
  • 15 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Cheapest and here all the locals buy groceries, two Bónus stores are in Akureyri (the store with the pink smiling pig).”
  • 19 locals recommend
Location
4 Skólastígur
Akureyri, 600
Phone+354 461 4455