Stræto passengers can expect busses to be running a Sunday schedule on Thursday 28 March, Friday 29 March, Sunday 31 March, and Monday 1 April. The normal Saturday schedule will be running on Saturday 30 March.
Bónus shoppers can buy groceries from 10:00-19:00 on Thursday 28 March, and Saturday 30 March, and from 11:00 – 18:30 on Monday 1 April. Bónus will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Nóatún shoppers can pretty much carry on with their regular shopping schedules, as all Nóatún shops will remain open from 8:00 – 24:00, except the Grafarholt and Hringbraut locations will be close on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Those looking to get their shop on at Kringlan had better do so between 13:00 and 18:00 on Thursday 28 March or between 10:00 and 18:00 on Saturday 30 march. The mall will be closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
Smáralind shoppers will be similarly put out on Friday, Sunday and Monday, but can browse and purchase all the consumer goods they desire on Thursday 28 March from 13:00 – 18:00 and on Saturday 30 March from 11:00 – 18:00.
Most restaurants and cafés in Reykjavík will be open all weekend, though you may want to call ahead if you’ve got your heart set on something particular and will be reduced to tears on Bankastræati if you roll up to find your venue of choice shuttered for the holidays.
Pools will be open for parts of the weekend. All but Árbæjarlaug and Laugardalslaug will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday though; these two will be open from 10:00 – 18:00. Check out the City’s Easter flier for the opening hours [PDF link] of your favourite swimming hole.
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