SOURCE: www . reykjavik . com/cool-new-infograph-on-reykjavik-iceland/
Reykjavik is home to around two thirds of Icelanders and is famous as the northernmost capital city in the world.
However, the winter months can still bring plenty of heavy snow and days where the sun barely breaks the horizon.
And just to highlight the small size of the Icelandic population; if you want to contact a local during your stay you will find the entire country fits into one phone book.
Despite its far-north location, Iceland enjoys a much more pleasant climate than you might think thanks to the Gulf Stream which brings warmer waters right across the Atlantic Ocean from Mexico.
The long dark winter might explain why Iceland has the highest per capita cinema attendance in the world.