National Music & Conference centrer
Harpa is one of Reykjavik‘s greatest and distinguished landmarks. It is a cultural and social centre in the heart of the city and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean. Various events are taking place all year round and anyone should be able to find…
Harpa is the crown jewel of Icelandic symphony and theatre. It is worth the visit just to enjoy the world-class archtecture.
Amazing building and I recommend visiting it, and definitely catch a concert or a show there to experience the acoustics of the grand hall "Eldborg".
Harpa is Iceland biggest concert hall. All the windows are tinted and you can see them in different colours during the night.
A beautiful concert hall made by the Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. It is a must see! See their calendar for concerts and happenings.
“Good shopping mall. Decent amount of stores, restaurants and movie theatre.”
“Leaving your bags at one of the storage facilities in downtown Reykjavik is both an easy and convenient way to travel light while exploring Iceland´s capital. Steel luggage lockers and video surveillance, make you feel safe leaving your luggage behind and you don´t have to worry about losing any keys. The self service lockers are located in central Reykjavik, within easy walking distance from most of the centrally located hotels, restaurants and sights. There is no need to store your bags in unsafe hotel back rooms or behind the counter where others can access your items. Storing your baggage in the luggage lockers is safe and easy.”
“A newcomer in the food / drink scene. This long time local has recently been renovated with nice brewery - they offer lots of craft beers and decent prices food to go with their drinks! Like always, we recommend going when they have happy hour :D”
“If you are looking for something different to do, a punk museum in a old public bathroom is definitely it.”
“Food Cellar is a Grill & Cocktail bar, situated in a 160 year old building in the centre of Reykjavík. They like to think that Food is for your body and Music is for your soul. The food is in the Icelandic brasserie style of food, elegantly prepared by their skilled and enthusiastic chefs, using the Icelandic finest ingredients. On weekends when the evening fades out, the Food Cellar turns into cocktail club with an easy lounge feeling and live music.”