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Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre at the heart of Reykjavik is an award-winning building situated at the old harbour. Harpa opened its doors in 2011 and boasts a wide variety of hosted events where all musical genres play a part. Harpa won...more
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This is worth visiting when you are in town. We went within the first few days we were there, and were glad we did. You can just walk around without a tour, but you don't get to walk in all the venues they have. We...More
We loved walking along the harbour to find this place. We explored inside, and visited the cute tourist shops. Expensive but interesting to see some
Of the different crafts and Scandinavian items available. Easy one stop shop for gifts.
Take the time to visit the Opera house and definitely take the tour. Stunning both during the day but specially at night. Do not let the name fool you. Not just an opera house. The history the architecture are stunning
Really only worth visiting it your into modern architecture. Inside is OK. Shops i inside are expensive, and similar items can be found cheaper elsewhere. The best way to visit is to approach from the main road out front and admire from outside. I'm sure...More
Built on the sea bank, the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre stands out for its magnificent structure, comfortable lounges and excellent acustic. The external walls -all from glass material- remind us the basaltic columns that the traveller can find along the landscape of this...More
Must visit. Great pics inside & out. Light show on outside of glass building at night during some months of the year. Fifth floor has nice views of Reykjavik. Understand restaurant on first floor is very good. Saw restaurant and it looks romantic with candles...More