Perlan Roof terrace

When you have finished your meal at the cafeteria, step outside to enjoy one of Reykjavik's best views. On the viewing deck you will find panoramic telescopes at each of the six corners of the deck with recorded descriptions in Icelandic, English, Norwegian, German and French.

Read more about the Perlan Roof terrace here.
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Updated: 08/10/2014


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