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. The day became a legal holiday in 1987.More info
If it’s happening in Reykjavik, it’s happening right here. From art to music to food, keep an eye on everything taking place in Iceland’s vibrant capital. Have a look through the activities to get a taste of the city.
Iceland Airwaves is a music festival held annually in the city center of Reykjavik. The festival has been an annual event since 1999. The festival was founded with the purpose of presenting Icelandic music to the world and that is still the focus along with showcasing international bands and musicians that participate in the festival.More info
The menu at Jörgensen includes a good selection of Nordic cuisine mixed with international flavors. With pasta, fish, meat and good options for vegetarians and vegans along with a comfortable atmosphere and beautiful settings, Jörgensen has it all! Open for lunch, dinner and drinks every day of the week from 11:30 am to midnight.More info
The Sumac restaurant offers an nostalgic atmosphere of the city of Beirut. It is a place where locals and visitors can enjoy a tasty Middle Eastern Cuisine and Mediterranean cocktails. The restaurant is located at Laugavegur, the main street in the city center of Reykjavik.More info
Even though we (Icelanders) live in a quite cold climate we can't get enough of ice cream! One of our favorite thing to do - especially during weekends is to take a little drive around the city and stop by at an ice cream parlor. And yes, we have quite a few of ice cream parlors in Reykjavik.More info