Icelandic Culture

Icelandic culture and heritage. Icelanders are proud that they still speak the ancient language of the vikings, but they certainly don’t just live

Icelandic Culture

Icelandic culture and heritage.

775Icelanders are proud that they still speak the ancient language of the vikings, but they certainly don’t just live in the past. Their cherished ancient heritage lives on in harmony with the most exciting innovations from the world of arts and cultue today. This refreshing mix of local, traditional, progressive and cosmopolitan culture appeals to almost every taste.
  • Music and song the whole scale from the
    Iceland Symphony Orchestra to Björk
  • Colourful festivals and theme exhibitions
    bring local history to life around the country
  • International and home artists with dozens
    of exhibitions at museums and galleries every month
  • International film and short film festivals and a thriving film industry
  • Iceland vikingsVikings, Sagas and folklore festivals, exhibition sand events that take you right into the Icelandic heart and soul
  • Volcano exhibitions and shows learn how nature lets off steam and how man has learnt to live with it
  • Mid-Atlantic music venue when major bands visit Iceland, audiences flock in from both sides of the Atlantic
  • Nightlife and entertainment in a league of its own
  • Supreme cuisine Culinary art in the form of ocean-fresh seafood, highland lamb, game and traditional delicacies
  • Handicrafts from centuries-old skills to lava ceramics
  • Mother Nature’s mown artwork in landscapes where the imagination runs riot

… and endless surprises besides

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