ReykjavÝk offers historical sites, natural beauty, museums and galleries, public parks, a wide range of leisure activities, shopping, hotels, restaurants and a remarkably lively artistic scene. There are many theaters and galleries and one can go to symphony concerts, the ballet or opera.
Iceland boosts through the year varaity of live music and art festivals. Currently there are art exhibitions at Museum Pakkh˙si , open: May ľ
The orchestra was not established until March 9. 1950. In such a short time since then it may seem strange that the country has reach such
The roots of The Icelandic Opera go back to the end of he 1970s, so it is certainly young, at least by the standards of
Icelandic art takes root in the thoughts of modernism of Europe and America. On one hand, many of the Icelandic artists have studied abroad and were
There are a lot of cinemas in Reykjavik (per head, of course) and almost all of them have recently been renovated, so they usally have rather