Iceland is a country of sharp contrasts. A place where fire and ice co-exist. Where dark winters are offset by the summer’s midnight sun. A country where insular existence has spurred a rich and vibrant culture.
Where to stay? You are just one click away from finding a perfect place to stay during your visit!
EURAM has made pre-bookings on hotels which you can book here: https://events.artegis.com/
Visit Reykjavík: http://www.visitreykjavik.is/where-to-stay
A taxi from 101 Reykjavik to the University of Iceland is approximately €15-20 depending on the hotel location. If the weather is nice most places in 101 Reykjavik are in walking distance to the University. If you want to travel with a bus you can find information in english through this link: https://straeto.is/en/
Travelling to Reykjavik
Keflavík International Airport is the gateway for most passenger flights to and from Iceland.
A number of international airlines maintain regular scheduled flights to Iceland from both Europe and North-America.
Transportation options are described in detail in the FAQ (POINT 8) http://euramonline.org/annual-conference-2018/faq.html
Visit Iceland: http://www.visiticeland.com/plan-your-trip/travel-to-iceland
Airport website: https://www.kefairport.is
What to do in Reykjavik
People are often both surprised and impressed that such a small capital city has so much to offer in the way of culture, arts and activities.
A special date is coming up in June …
The national holiday celebration on 17 June
The Icelandic National Day celebrations in Reykjavík take place annually in the city center on 17 June from 10:00 in the morning until 19:00.
At 11:10 the Icelandic government's National Day ceremony starts at Austurvöllur Square, followed by a parade from Austurvöllur to Suðurgata cemetery, where the Chairman of the City Council lays a wreath of flowers on the grave of Jón Sigurðsson.
The program includes family entertainment, live music, street theatre, dance, a circus, booths selling a range of refreshments, sports performances, a vintage car show and much more followed by a concert at Arnarhóll and an accordion ball at City Hall.
Further information about the national holiday can be found through this link: http://www.17juni.is/en
Visit Reykjavík: http://www.visitreykjavik.is/what-to-do
Getting around in Reykjavik - the City
Reykjavík is so much more than just a destination; it’s a place of exciting possibilities surrounded by incredible landscapes, where countless adventures beckon and a host of natural wonders await.
Visit Reykjavík: http://www.visitreykjavik.is/city
Adventure in Iceland
Arctic adventure: https://adventures.is
Extreme Iceland: https://www.extremeiceland.is/en/activity-tours-iceland
Icelandic adventure: http://www.icelandicadventures.is
Food and Drink in Iceland
Our recommendations for food and drink in Reykjavik.