Registering for the Nordic Performing Arts Days
This is simple — just send your NAME, EMAIL ADDRESS and ORGANIZATIONAL DETAILS to email@example.com before August 15th and you are on our list. The DAYS are open to all performing arts professionals in all countries of the world.
The sooner you register the better. You will receive our update infoletter through out the summer and a discount festival pass for artistic events.
Several airline companies fly to Iceland in August
Icelandair http://www.icelandair.com flies to and from 31 destinations in Europe, USA and Canada
Iceland Express http://www.icelandexpress.com flies to 16 destinations in Europe in the summer of 2012
SAS http://www.flysas.com/en/is flies directly from Oslo and Stockholm to Reykjavik this summer and offers various connections to Iceland
Easyjet http://www.easyjet.com flies three times a week from Luton airport , UK to Iceland
WOWair http://wowair.com/en flies to and from 13 destinations in Europe
Norwegian http://www.norwegian.com/en will fly three times a week from Oslo to Iceland this summer
Air Berlin http://www.airberlin.com/en-IS/site/start.php flies non stop from Dusseldorf to Iceland and offers several other connections
Lufthansa http://www.lufthansa.com/de/en/Homepage flies non stop from Hamburg to Iceland and offers several other connections
Airport location — transfer to city
Keflavik internatinonal airport is located 45 minutes drive from the city centre of Reykjavik. Two companies offer airport bus transport see http://www.kefairport.is/English/Transportation/Buses Both companies offer direct transport to your hotel or guesthouse
If four people are travelling together a taxi fare to the city is about the same price as busfare.
Hotels and guesthouses
There are numerous hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavik.
If you book your flight through Icelandair you can get cheaper rates on hotels
We have good experience with Center hotels http://www.centerhotels.com/
One of the main hotel booking sites is http://www.hotel.is/
The international private apartment site AirBNB is active here, with over hundred apartments available http://www.airbnb.com/
Reykjavik has a relatively good public transport system via bus http://www.straeto.is/english/maps Taxis are relable but to some, at least, expensive
The large majority of events of the DAYS take place in and close to the city centre within walking distance. If your accommodation is in the centre you should be able to travel between most events on foot.