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Reykjavik. Photo credit: Visit Reykjavik and RagnarThSigurdsson

The Reykjavk Tourist Information Centre has opened at City Hall, moving from its previous location at Aalstrti 2, the Reykjavik Grapevine website reported.

Photo credit: BEB / Reykjavik Grapevine

Reykjavik city officials point out that some 475,000 tourists visited the Information Centre last year, marking a 28% increase from the year before. It is believed that the new location will prove a boon to the area.

"I am truly pleased to open the Tourist Information Centre in City Hall, which is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city and one of the places that tourists visit during their stay," shildur Bragadttir, director of Visit Reykjavk, said in a press statement.

"This beautiful building is in the heart of central Reykjavk, and the new location of the Information Centre is sure to be an added stimulus to the surrounding area. There are exciting times ahead in tourism and I am looking forward to addressing them in collaboration with the company Guide to Iceland."

Reykjavk City Hall is located next to Tjrnin pond in downtown Reykjavk, and the Tourist Information Centre is open every day except Christmas Day.

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