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Viking Festival Hafnarfjörður

16.-21. June 2020 - Hafnarfjörður (Harbour Village) hosts the annual Viking Festival, which is the oldest and biggest festival of its kind in Iceland. Visiting this festival will make you feel like you have been transferred back in time a thousand years or so.  
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RIF

New restaurant in the heart of Harbour Village/ Hafnarfjörður, located in Fjörður shopping mall.    
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Tilveran

The restaurant Tilveran is located in the heart of Hafnarfjordur, right by the harbour in a friendly setting. Cozy place with personal services.
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KRYDD

KRYDD restaurant emphasizes a cool and varied menu, great cocktails, a good selection of beers on tap and a pleasant atmosphere.
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FJÖRÐUR

Fjörður is a small shopping center located in the heart of the town where you can find shops, restaurants, coffehouses and a pharmacy. 
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Bæjarbíó

Bæjarbíói was established in 1945 and is the oldest cinema in the country. Now it functions as a concert venue and a performance art theater. 
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Hjarta Hafnarfjarðar

Hjarta Hafnarfjarðar is a music festival that started only two years ago, but because of great reception will be held annually in late August until the beginning of September. 
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ÍSHÚS HAFNARFJARÐAR

Íshús Hafnarfjarðar is an art and workshop center where creative designers and artists can show off their items and objects.  
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Information centre Hafnarfjörður

Visit the local tourist information center where you can get help with your enquiries and get some information about the beautiful town of Hafnarfjörður. 
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Von mathús

VON mathús emphasizes seasonal Icelandic cuisine combined with ingredients that complement each dish perfectly.
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Sundhöll Hafnarfjarðar

Sundhöll Hafnarfjarðar is one of Reykjavík oldest pools, built in 1943. Well known for its charm and character.
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Fjörukráin - Viking Village

At the Viking Restaurant Fjorugardurinn, the décor is in the Viking style and a true Viking feast is offered with traditional meals served in old-fashioned Viking-style trays.