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About Nuuk

Nuuk is the capital of Greenland. It’s a small Arctic city of 18,000 people, but a lively and dynamic place with gourmet restaurants, historical and cultural sites, and fantastic nature just outside town.
Explore the vast fiord, which is the second largest on our planet. The landscape is majestic with towering peaks flanking the fjords, glaciers and icebergs.

1. How do I get to Nuuk?

 There are direct flights from Iceland to Nuuk. Both Air Greenland and Air Iceland fly from Iceland, several times a week in the summer, and once or twice in the winter. Take care to confirm the airport of departure, as there is an international and domestic airport in Reykjavik.

There are convenient flights from Copenhagen too, which bring you to Nuuk with a transit at Kangerlussuaq, the hub airport of Greenland. There are up to 10 flights a week from Copenhagen in the summer, and 4 in the winter. From Kangerlussuaq, there are always fast connections to Nuuk, but it’s also nice to spend a day or too at Kangerlussuaq on the way.

There are also package tours that bring you to Nuuk, which include the highlights of the area. Some of them also travel along the west coast to visit Ilulissat or South Greenland.  

2. Are there icebergs and glaciers in Nuuk?

Yes, there are active glaciers at the bottom of Nuuk Fjord, and many icebergs as you sail into the fjord.

3. What are recommended things to do in Nuuk?

The vast Nuuk Fjord offers fantastic nature experiences, whether it is a boat trip to see waterfalls, whales, icebergs and glaciers, or activities such as hiking, fishing or bird watching.

There are many cultural experiences, from the well preserved Qilakitsoq mummies at the National Museum, to historical places and stories of the first missionary in Greenland, or boat trips to Norse ruins and abandoned settlements.

4. How do I get to Nuuk Ice Fjord?

The Ice Fjord of Nuuk is at the very bottom of the huge fjord system, and there are boat tours to go there. The settlement Kapisillit is close to the Ice Fjord, and it’s a nice short hike from the settlement.