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Keflavik

The Viking World, a famous hidden troll and the Museum of Rock make up the 16th-century Icelandic Driftwood Bay.

Discover the Viking spirit by staying in our hotel in Keflavik

Keflavik was founded in the 16th-century by Scottish entrepreneurs as a fishing hub. During the Cold War, it was a strategic place—NATO used the Naval Air Station of Keflavík as a monitoring station. The base was closed in 2006 and, the former barracks are now student houses. Explore the Viking World museum to learn about the Viking history and culture and the Museum of Rock for fantastic displays on the history of music. Don't miss a visit to the Giantess Cave—take a look inside and you'll be surprised!

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Park Inn by Radisson Reykjavik Keflavik Airport
Situated in Keflavik city center, just 5 kilometers from Keflavik International Airport (KEF), the Park Inn offers a relaxing haven for business and leisure travelers.