Metropolitan Hotel
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Blue Lagoon

Experience the power

The Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater is a part of an ecocycle where nature and science work in harmony.

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Golden Circle

No.1 Iceland tours

The “Golden Circle” as we like to call it is just over seven hours of geographic excellence and photographic wonders.

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Many glacier tours available

The land of fire and ice. Iceland has it both and almost everything between.

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Horse Riding

Nothing like icelandic horses

This trip is an excellent trip for all those interested in trying the Icelandic horse, a trek on the hardy,…

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The Iceland Expo Pavilion
EXPOA stunning 360 degree movie shown in Silfurberg hall all day between 10 am - 6 pm.

• The pavilion features a unique 360 degree film where the walls and ceiling form a visual unity. The film was produced by Sagafilm.

•  The film reveived much acclaim at the workld fair in Shanghai in 2010 and at the Frankfurt book fair in 2011.

•  Almost three million people have already seen the film

•  Screenings in Harpa begin on June 28th in Silfurberg hall.

For the first time this summer, Icelanders, and those visiting Iceland will have the chance to experience the atmosphere of the Iceland Expo Pavilion which was designed for the Wold fair in Shanghai in 2010. The pavilion was then raised again for the Frankfurt book fair in 2011. Now, it‘s Iceland‘s turn.

Saga Museum
sagamuseumA close encounter with the most historical figures and major events in the icelandic history.

From the time of the earliest settlers, history is brought to life in a unique and exciting way.
The Saga Museum intimately recreates key moments in Icelandic history, moments that have determined the fate of our people and which give a compelling view into how Icelanders have lived for more than a millenium.

Glenn Miller - Reykjavík Jazz Festival
Glen-Miller-bandThe Glenn Orchestra is without a doubt the most legendary jazz orchestra in history. It's repertoire pinpoints the time when pop music and jazz where one and the same. Songs like "In the Mood" or "Moonlight Serenade" confirm this sentiment.

The Reykjavik Big Band starts of its residency in Harpa Concert Hall with a tribute to this fantastic band. Thor Breidfj0rd (National Theater's star of Les Miserables) in the role of singers Tex Beneke and Ray Eberle, local favorite female singing group Borgardætur as The Andrews Sisters and an Icelandic version of the male quartet The Moderneers.

Herman Van Veen - A certain tenderness
Herman-van-veenFor almost half a century, Herman van Veen has travelled the world with his very personal performances.
From Amsterdam to Tokyo he has played large concert halls, smaller halls, pubs, churches, city squares, always rebellious and always swimming upstream.

"A tender anarchist", Daniel Pantchenko once wrote. Samuel Beckett thought him to be "the personification of a poem". Georges Moustaki described him as "a man who acts as if he only wants to entertain us".

Exciting freshness at the Fish Market restaurant
fishmarketRestaurant Fish Market uses Iceland's freshest ingredients to prepare original fish, meat and sweet dishes with a modern twist. We buy direct from the country's farmers and fishermen to guarantee the sustainability and quality of our dishes.

Fish Market is housed in one of the central Reykjavík's oldest buildings. Head Chef Hrefna Rósa Sætran of the Icelandic National Culinary team has designed a menu using the freshest fish and meat of the season, cooking it simply in modern style.

Guests can watch each dish being prepared in the open kitchen, which has the country's only robata grill, or sit at the raw bar where the chefs create exotic dishes.
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