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Norðurbakkinn

5 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Kristrun
Kristrun
February 5, 2019
Vegetarian friendly, soups, bread and coffee
Vally
Vally
August 14, 2018
My favorite, local café and a bookstore
Erna Rósa
Erna Rósa
October 6, 2017
Nice little coffee shop
Valgerður
Valgerður
July 14, 2016
Breakfast place in the next house!
Ásbjörg
Ásbjörg
June 15, 2016
Really cozy place! Best cakes in town!

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“This house, known as A.Hansen house is of great historic interest. Since its one of the oldest houses in the town of Hafnarfjörður. The oldest house in town, the residence of noble Bjarni Sivertsen , now the town´s museum is adjuvant to A.Hansen and was built in 1803-1805. Only few steps further is the Icelandic Maritime museum. A. Hansen was built in 1880 by marchant Knudtzon, but his father had taken over the commeree on the site after Sivertsens death in the turn og the century. From 1898 there was frequent change of owners of this house, most being Danish Merchants.”
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“Flybus stops here, at Hotel Viking, which by the way is a restaurant as well as small hotel. Decent food and often performances by viking dressed musicians”
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Location
1 Norðurbakki
Hafnarfjordur, 220
Phone511 1616