Culture

Museums

Get to know the history of Iceland, delve into the cultural heritage or be amazed by outlandish curiosities. The range of museums in Iceland is vast, and they all aim to educate and entertain their guests.

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Dining

The most important ingredient in Icelandic cuisine is location. Iceland is blessed with an abundance of fresh water, clean nature and fertile fishing grounds, while geothermal energy makes it possible to supply a year-round offering of fresh vegetables, grown locally in greenhouses.

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Shopping

The name Iceland might just as well refer to the coolness of modern day Icelandic design. Icelanders are a creative bunch, and blissfully unrestrained by tradition. This has resulted in a creative scene that will make your shopping in Iceland both enjoyable and full of surprises.

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Festivals

Iceland offers a range of festivals throughout the year; Iceland Airwaves, Gay Pride, Reykjavik Culture Night, RIFF Reykjavik Film Festival and many more. 

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