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Reykjavik Apartments for Rent
Reykjavik rental apartments, flats for rent and flatshares
The capital city of Iceland is a marvel for both its local residents and the expats that decide to make this wonderful city their home. The city is closely linked with its surroundings and natural wonders such as glaciers and the blue lagoon are never very far away. Reykjavik is a small capital in terms of European cities, but its compact nature means that it is easy to travel by bicycle or on foot (only during the summer months though!).
Reykjavik apartments come in all shapes and sizes, and the price is dependent on which district the apartment is located in. In city center districts like 101 and 102, expect to pay premium prices as these are very popular areas close to the city center. One of the most popular neighborhoods is called Miðborg and it is also the tourist center and business hub of the city, downtown Reykjavik apartments in Miðborg will be at a higher price than outer-lying districts.
Those expats with families that are looking for a flat for rent in Reykjavik should consider Laugardalur 104 as their choice of neighborhood. The area is quiet, safe and a little out of the way of the city center. Residents love its laid back atmosphere whilst maintaining a close community feeling and inclusive neighborhood with good local schools.
For people who are worried about prices of flats in Reykjavik for rent, the best area for cheaper accommodation is Hlíðar 105 and Laugardalur 104, these neighbourhoods are a little outside the centre yet are just a short bus ride away. Public transportation in Reykjavik is very good, cheap and consistent, thus for those living on the outskirts it is a short, simple and painless commute to downtown.
Furnished Apartments in Reykjavik
Furnished apartments in Reykjavik are a great option for all sorts of locals and residents, depending on their preferences for property types. All the cost is included in the monthly or weekly rent, so be prepared to pay a premium price for property with these facilities. For single travelers, residents or expats, studio apartments in Reykjavik offer a great sense of privacy and convenience. The studios can be found all across the city in many different areas including Miðborg, Hlíðar and Laugardalur. The main bulk of cheap apartments in Reykjavik are in outer-lying neighborhoods such as Hlíðar and Laugardalur. Many expats with young families choose Laugardalur as the neighborhood of their choice due to the good schools in the area, the quiet surroundings and the good public transportation system in place.
Rent a room in Reykjavik
Long term rooms and flatshares in Reykjavik
The hub of Iceland’s government, business and infrastructure is also the northernmost capital on the planet. The small size of the capital means that transport around the city is very good, from a suburb on the outskirts you can be in downtown in less than twenty minutes. If you travel in the other direction, you can be watching the majestic glaciers in under an hour!
To find a room with a view Reykjavik, then look to the little town on the outskirts called Seltjarnarnes. The neighborhood is surrounded by the sea and many properties in the village have an ocean view. The town itself holds the Gretta lighthouse and is a tourist attraction in itself. Transport to the center of Reykjavik from Seltjarnarnes should take no more than 30 minutes.
One of the cheapest options in terms of price is to rent a room in Reykjavik in a shared apartment. As the city itself is pretty expensive, even by European standards, funding an entire apartment on one salary can be challenging. That's why many people choose to share an apartment with friends or colleagues.
To rent a room in Reykjavik is also a great way to find a new social group, which is especially important for those people moving to the city without many contacts. Rooms in Reykjavik are easier to come by than entire apartments, as many people have a spare room or two that they dont mind subletting to expats for a share of the rent.
Reykjavik Student Housing
Student Apartments & Rentals in Reykjavik
Iceland is a great place to study, and the capital city in Iceland is the best place in which to do it. The university here is internationally accredited and the city itself is small enough to navigate easily for new students. Student accommodation in Reykjavik is very central and close to the university campus, so students can easily walk to class from the dorms.
The nightlife in Reykjavik is extremely good and diverse, especially considering how small the city is. If students crave something a little more independence when choosing their accommodation there are also plenty of options for private rents in shared apartments across the city.
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|How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Reykjavík?|
|The average rental price in Reykjavík for apartments are in between 878 € and 1,434 €.|
|How big is a Reykjavík apartment?|
|Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms,Reykjavík apartment is start from 5m² and could go up to 165m².|
|How to find apartments for rent in Reykjavík?|
|Reykjavík's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counsiling to find a rental in Reykjavík.|
|Is rent cheap in Reykjavík?|
|The rent in Reykjavík might change in between 878 € and 1,434 €. Compare to other big cities in Iceland, rent in Reykjavík is relatively reasonable.|
|Who can rent apartments in Reykjavík?|
|Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Reykjavík as long as they are +18 years old.|