Enjoy coming to Harpa. Please allow plenty of time, whether you are walking, using public transport or having to park a car or bicycle. Everything takes time, whether you need to collect tickets, use the cloakroom or enjoy a meal or drink before an event.
Harpa is one of Reykjavík's most visited destinations and a centre of cultural and social life in the very heart of the city. Harpa stands by the coastline and is connected to the city centre with walking trails both along the old harbour and the new core of the town along Reykjastræti.
We recommend that guests use eco-friendly modes of transport when travelling to and from Harpa and there are bicycle stands both on the east side of the house and in the underground car park.
Harpa is only a few minutes’ walk from Lækjartorg, which is one of the main public transport hubs in the city. In the capital area, most Strætó routes run every 15 minutes, but outside peak hours every 30 minutes. Here you will find information on bus arrivals and departures at Harpa.
It only takes about 45 minutes to get from Keflavík Airport to Harpa. The Flybus is a convenient and easy way to travel in between, but it stops at the BSÍ bus terminal. Click here to get information on the airport bus schedule.