See the peculiar shapes of Tvísöngur in Iceland.
One of the best things to do in Seydisfjordur, Iceland, is to visit Tvísöngur (meaning "the duet"), a "sound sculpture". It consists of five interconnected domes of different dimensions that together create a harmonizing environment and resonance similar to the tones in the Icelandic musical tradition.
Seydisfjordur is a colorful town.
Your Seydisfjordur, Iceland, vacation is not complete without a walk down Rainbow Street. This community project started in 2016 when residents decided to enliven the quiet street. Along with government employees, they painted the colors of the rainbow onto the pavement. They didn't know it then, but they created one of the most popular attractions in East Iceland.
The Skaftfell Center for Visual Art is an independent and non-profit organization and the main visual arts center in the east of Iceland. It was founded in 1996 by an art collective and today welcomes artists, students and visitors to explore and be inspired by the year-round exhibitions. There's also a bistro and a library filled with interesting art books.
When you go to Seydisfjordur, Iceland, you won't leave hungry. This small village boasts a great selection of restaurants and flavors to satisfy your taste buds. One favorite among locals and visitors is Aldan, serving some of the freshest food in town. Be sure to try the Arctic char tartare. Another unmissable eatery is Skaftfell Bistro, the perfect place for a delicious light snack.
Just head to the town center or nearby Austurvegur for souvenirs made by talented local artists and craftspeople to help you remember your Seydisfjordur, Iceland, travels. One nice stop is Blóðberg, found inside one of Seydisfjordur's oldest buildings. The pop-up store sells Icelandic ceramics, skincare and cozy garments.
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