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The Reykjavík Classics Festival hosts daily concerts in the award-winning Harpa Concert Hall, which is renowned for its architecture and acoustics. Whether you are a classical music fan or just want to experience the Harpa, you can see masterpieces performed by top Icelandic musicians. The series is made up of 30-minute performances, so unlike with longer concerts, it is easy to fit one of these shows into your vacation schedule.
Experience the Northern Lights before you see them in real life with this exhibition in Reykyavik. You'll get to learn all about the history and significance of the Northern Lights, including how the natural phenomenon has been perceived and interpreted through legends around the world. You'll also get to see what the lights look like using interactive displays and virtual reality and even watch a film projection of some of the best displays of the lights Iceland has ever seen.
Researching and reading up on the Icelandic sagas can be time-consuming. Get a quick and light-hearted introduction to them instead at this comedy show in Reykjavik. Getting to know the classic narratives of Iceland is an ideal way to kick off your trip: you’ll come out armed with a greater understanding of Icelandic culture that will enrich your sightseeing experiences.