Fancy a swim. Sundhöll Swimming pool is finally reopening with a new outdoor pool area at the end of November.
This beautiful building has been closed to the public for renewal since the beginning of June.
Sundhöllin (the “Swimming Palace” or Austurbæjarlaug) in Baronsstigur, Reykjavik is the oldest public baths in Iceland. They were designed by the noted architect Guðjón Samúelsson and opened in 1937. The building’s exterior is a minimalist white that is almost Art Decoin style with tall narrow rectangular windows.