23 Oct 2017 A new Viking world will rise in Mosfellsdalur in the vicinity of Reykjavik. The area will feature a church, farms, animal pens and a workshop to show what life was like in Iceland in the 11th and 12th century.
13 Sep 2017The City of Reykjavik have given permission for a building next to Perlan which will house a planetarium. The planetarium will form a part of the natural history exhibition which is now located within this iconic building.
27 Jul 2017Visitors of Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavik are now able to visit the Iceland Expo Pavillion again. The show offers a unique 360 degree film starring the most magnificent of Icelandic landscapes.
16 Feb 2017On World Children’s Day, which is now being held for the 14th time, children and their parents will have the opportunity of taking part in a variety of interesting workshops and enjoying events of many types in the Reykjavík City Library’s branches (cultural centres) all over the city.
31 Jan 2017Green and purple – the hues of the Northern Lights – have been adopted as the Festival’s identifying colours, and almost thirty buildings in the capital area will be floodlit in those colours – more than ever before.
4 Jan 2017Iceland is renowned for its nature, and a great way to enjoy it is to go fishing. Salmon fishing is very popular in Iceland and there are a few absolutely stunning rivers for that. Here is a list of our favourite rivers, with no regard to the price!
19 Dec 2016Icelandic snowboarding champion Eiríkur Helgason, known as Eiki, has created a new project called Ísland-Born, which includes a short documentary, a magazine, a video and a website, island-born.com.