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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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The building and accommodation was breath taking.
The show's offered.are varied and unpretentious...from "How to be an Icelander in 60 min" to concerts.
Just the view and building are worth every minute.
We walked past this concert hall Sept 12, 2019 on our self-guided walking tour around Reykjavik. We were walking along the beautiful waterfront walkway, and we passed the building on our way to see the Sun Voyager sculpture. This concert hall and conference centre built...More
The building is a must visit. I was not able to enjoy a concert, but I would buy a ticket next visit to confirm the acoustics are as lovely as the structure! The gift shop has a wide variety of items and souvenirs.
The Harpa is a most attractive building in the distance and even more impressive up close.
The design of the building is stunning - the windows especially. Inside, there are gift shops, restrooms, concert halls, films, coffee shops, etc. We didn't do a tour, just...More
we went to see this hall when we arrived but shocked to see they dont have much happening, the city orchestra only plays once per week so we did not have enough days to see them, would think more than one performance per week
You can go in the building and look around,there are gift shops ,restrooms and we also went to a show. This a neat building that every tour we went on discussed that it was a financial boondoggle for the country.
I popped into Harpa while exploring Reykjavik. This building is beautiful! The design is incredible but I can’t speak to services as I just took a walk through. It’s definitely worth stopping to check out!