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How to get to Borgartún in Reykjavík by Bus?

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Directions to Borgartún (Reykjavík) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Borgartún

Bus stations near Borgartún in Reykjavík

Station Name Distance
Borgartún / Nóatún 2 min walk
Tún 8 min walk
Þjóðskjalasafnið 8 min walk
Háteigsvegur / Langahlíð 13 min walk

Bus lines to Borgartún in Reykjavík

Line Name Direction
4 Suðurfell
12 Skeljanes
16 Hádegismóar
105 Elliðabraut / Árvað
14 Grandi
2 Mjódd
5 Nauthóll - Hr
15 Reykjavegur
17 Hlemmur
102 Vatnsendahvarf / Ögurhvarf
11 Eiðistorg

Questions & Answers

  • What are the closest stations to Borgartún?

    The closest stations to Borgartún are:

    • Borgartún / Nóatún is 80 meters away, 2 min walk.
    • Tún is 540 meters away, 8 min walk.
    • Þjóðskjalasafnið is 569 meters away, 8 min walk.
    • Háteigsvegur / Langahlíð is 979 meters away, 13 min walk.
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  • Which Bus lines stop near Borgartún?

    These Bus lines stop near Borgartún: 12, 4.

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  • How far is the bus stop from Borgartún in Reykjavík?

    The nearest bus stop to Borgartún in Reykjavík is a 2 min walk away.

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  • What’s the nearest bus stop to Borgartún in Reykjavík?

    The Borgartún / Nóatún stop is the nearest one to Borgartún in Reykjavík.

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  • What time is the first Bus to Borgartún in Reykjavík?

    The 105 is the first Bus that goes to Borgartún in Reykjavík. It stops nearby at 3:36 AM.

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  • What time is the last Bus to Borgartún in Reykjavík?

    The 102 is the last Bus that goes to Borgartún in Reykjavík. It stops nearby at 2:45 AM.

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Borgartún, Reykjavík
Borgartún, Reykjavík Borgartún (Icelandic pronunciation: ​[ˈpɔrkarˌtʰuːn]) is a street in Reykjavík, Iceland, that in years leading up to the country's economic crisis became the centre of the city's financial district. Three of Iceland's four largest banks have their headquarters in the area: Arion banki, Íslandsbanki and Straumur. A 19-story skyscraper, part of the Höfðatorg development, is located at Borgartún. As of 2012, the skyscraper is completed but the rest of the development remains unfinished. The location of the skyscraper has been controversial because it is located opposite a low-density residential street. Also located in Borgartún is Höfði, a house built in 1909. Initially, it was the house of the French consul in Iceland. It was the place of the Iceland Summit when Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met there in 1986. It is now mainly used for ceremonies for the Reykjavík City municipality. The western end of Borgartún houses a complex of buildings where the offices of many departments of the Reykjavík city government, including a centralised service centre, are housed. The service centre is home to the Icelandic national registry, Þjóðskrá Íslands.
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