Cinema Paradis (Bíó Paradís) by Hverfisgata in Reykjavik

German Film Days in Reykjavik

The German Film Days are now celebrated on an annual basis in Iceland at Bíó Paradís (Cinema Paradise). If you happen to be a German cinemaphile you should find cheap flights to Reykjavík right now with WOW air. Hosted by […]

Green and blue lights in giant boxes in Reykjavik centre during Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival

Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival

The Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival will be held on February 6-15. It’s not too late to find cheap flights to Reykjavik and celebrate this highlight on Reykjavik’s festival calendar. Last year’s Winter Lights attracted over 40,000 guests with 220 registered […]

Art Farm in Jutland, Denmark

Art farming in Denmark

Near Mols, on a small peninsula on the east coast of Jutland, Denmark, there stands an empty farm, its large barns and outhouses vacant and lifeless. But this can’t be said of the person showing me around; he is anything […]

Reykjavik Visual Music

Reykjavik Visual Music 2014

If you’re flying with WOW air to Iceland the last weekend of January, you should check out the Reykjavik Visual Music – Punto y Raya Festival. A feast of pure Colour, Motion and Sound. Non-representational Art takes the lead at […]

Sara Dis, Icelandic horse

Ten WOW things to do on the East Fjords in Iceland – Sara Dis Tumadottir

Sara Dís is 24 years old and works at the Tourist Information Centre in Egilsstadir. She shared with WOW magazine her top ten WOW things to do on the East Fjords in Iceland. Sandra Dís says: The East Fjords are […]


Icelandic songs and singers at Harpa Concert Hall

Iceland has an endless amount of musicians, and it‘s not all just Björk and Sigurrós. If you‘re in the mood for some classical music, you should go to the Harpa Concert Hall by the Reykjavik harbour. There you‘ll find all […]

Happy Christmas Santa

National holidays in Iceland

If you follow Iceland closely (are a so-called Icelandophile) then you might think we spend more time on holiday than at work. And at this particular time of year, that’s not too far from the truth. On years when Easter […]


Iceland’s progressive heritage

The Icelandic language is the cornerstone of Icelandic culture, in large part due to a strong literary heritage. Icelanders still read the tenth-century Sagas in the original Old Norse, once spoken by all of the Nordic countries, but now only […]


Creative Iceland

For an isolated culture in the North Atlantic, creativity is important. Since Iceland was settled in the 9th century, writing and music have been an integral part of life in the country; and have in recent years reached a large […]

Tuna steak

Pure Iceland

Icelandic restaurants enjoy some of the purest materials available, grown and caught in a pure and unpolluted natural environment. The Icelandic fish is renowned for its quality, harvested in a responsible manner, and produced to the highest industry standards. Icelandic […]

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