Long gone are the days when Iceland was only appreciated for its natural phenomenon and tourists would travel all the way to this isolated island to take in the breath-taking panorama of glaciers waterfalls, blue lagoons and midnight sun. Don’t be mistaken they still do but they have more of a reason to visit Iceland and its entrancing capital Reykjavik.
With the development of modern structures like Harpa, Vigdis Language Center, the Stöðin and Bicycle Bridges, Reykjavik has got world’s attention for its love of art, architecture and modernity. Tourists visit this city to not only to enjoy its spirited city life but also for its eminent night culture. People would just drop by on this island on the weekend to enjoy all-night parties in clubs, blue lagoon Spas and restaurants.
In further addition to its charm Iceland Airwave music competition has been held every summer in Reykjavik since 1999 during fall months just before winters. The idea behind this event is to endorse the new talent in music industry nationally and internationally. This event is an ultimate communication of cultures through the language of music attracting the crowds of millions in number, consisting of musicians, bands, journalists and music aficionados from all over the world. Said to be the “the hippest long weekend on the annual music festival calendar” by David Fricke of Rolling Stone, Airwave is much loved for its party-like spirit and takes over all the venues around the city centre from Harpa to blue lagoons. Many artists got their career break through this event.
Hotels get over crowded with the visitors of Airwave Festival in and around Reykjavik during this event. Red Apple Apartments are one of the very finest accommodation providers in Reykjavik city. We have everything from luxurious villas by the sea to romantic studios for couples on our list. A perfect choice for accommodation for airwave visitors who travel in groups, for which apartments are considered a practical and more affordable option. Visit our websites for a huge list of apartments in Reykjavik for Airwave 2014.