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Weather alert, all Iceland! Museums and swimming...

NO TRAVEL CONDITIONS AT ALL tomorrow, Friday - 14. February!
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Hildur Guðnadóttir, the first Icelander ever to...

We are so proud of “our” Hildur Guðnadóttir, the first Icelander ever to win the Oscar, and the first female Oscar Score winner in 23 years!!! When accepting the award, she encouraged women to speak up and let their voices be heard
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Open Club Day and Dark Music Days this weekend!

This Saturday, February 1st, many of Reykjavík's most iconic music venues are opening their doors to the public with exciting free events during the day One such venue is Harpa, Icelands biggest concert venue.  
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Weather alert! All Iceland

There is a yellow and orange alert for the whole country for today and tomorrow (January 13-14), change travel plans
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Þrettándabrennur (bonfires) tonight

Þrettándinn is a unique Icelandic holiday on the 6 January. It marks the official close of the Christmas season.
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New Year’s bonfires and areas for fireworks in...

New Year’s Bonfires (Áramótabrennur) will be in 10 places in the Reykjavík Capital area this year and in a similar manner as before. You can join the locals and experience old age customs and traditions of the New Year’s celebration. 
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Opening Hours during Christmas Holidays

Opening hours during Christmas Holidays in museums and swimming pools.    Reykjavík City Museums
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The first Yule Lad Stekkjastaur arrives tonight!

Although the weather outside might sometimes be frightful, spending Christmas in Reykjavík is so delightful!    
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Storm alert for tomorrow, no travel conditions!

Tomorrow December 10th and Wednesday the 11th there is a storm alert for the Capital Area and other regions in the country.  Travelers and guests alike are asked to stay indoors and alter their travel plans.
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Open calls for the Reykjavík Fringe Festival

Apply to take part in the Reykjavík Fringe Festival! The deadline for the open call is 4 January 2020. The festival itself takes place at the height of summer in downtown Reykjavík, 4-12 July 2020.
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Lighting of the Oslo Christmas Tree tomorrow!

Celebrate the start of Christmas and take part in a time-honoured Reykjavík tradition, with the lighting of the Oslo Christmas tree at Austurvöllur Square.
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Reykjavik, the best place to live for LGBT+...

A new study has revealed the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world, based on a ranking of 77 major world cities.