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Kvöldvaka: The Tradition of Icelandic Storytelling

Picture a time before technology—yes, we know, it's hard and a bit daunting. What would we do without our phones and tablets to keep us entertained on long, dark winter nights? Find out more in this blog.

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The ins and outs of New Year´s Eve in Reykjavik

Will you be staying in Iceland over New Year´s Eve and you´re not quite sure what to do or where to go? Well let us guide you through one of the most fun filled holidays of the year to make the best of your stay as we say goodbye to the passing year and greet the new one.

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Chasing the Northern Lights in Iceland

Northern lights, that elusive magical moment in the sky that many feared or revered in the past as either an omen of bad things to come or as a sign the ancestors were watching over us. Perched on the edge of the Arctic Circle, Iceland offers a front-row seat to one of nature's most breathtaking performances.

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Winter lights festival

The Winter Lights Festival will take place in Reykjavík from 2 - 5th of February 2023. It is an annual event held in Reykjavík that celebrates both the winter world and the growing sunlight after a long period of darkness with a museum night, pool night, light trails and many other events.

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Christmas season in Reykjavík

Christmas is just around the corner and Reykjavík is turning into winter wonderland. This season is magical and you will find all sorts of activities in the city center.

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Icelandic language day

On the 16th of November we celebrate our beautiful Icelandic language. We love to use Icelandic words and phrases as we think our culture shines through our language!

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Árbær - Open Air Museum

Árbær Open Air Museum is located in Reykjavík and has the purpose of showing visitors the work and living conditions of people in Iceland in earlier times. The museum is constantly growing and is a great attraction for everyone while visiting Reykjavík.

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Festival of the Sea

Festival of the Sea is an extension of Fisherman's Day, an Icelandic annual holiday usually held the first Sunday in June. Fisherman's Day has been celebrated since 1938 to honor the hard work and sacrifices of the Icelandic fisherman.

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