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Colorful houses in Reykjavík City Center

The Award Goes To Reykjavík, For The Best Event Destination In Europe

The winners of the Eventex Awards 2019 were announced in a fun and creative “out of the box” delivery, though inside a boxed frame, as it was executed in an online ceremony. We were thrilled and honored for Reykjavik to receive the award for the best event destination in Europe.

The ninth annual Eventex Awards continues to recognize, honor, and reward businesses in vastly disparate categories for exceptional contributions and service of excellence in event management and execution.

We believe that the new message of MICE Travel being Unconventional is quite fitting for the city of Reykjavik, as it is anything but conventional. Reykjavik is a safe and relaxed European city that offers accessibility and convenience; our venues and hotels are mostly in a walking distance from each other as they’re located within or around the city center.

We also have a strong connection with the nature that surrounds us, in fact there aren’t many places in the city where you feel removed from nature. Reykjavik is blessed with a strong connection to nature as it is graced by the Atlantic Ocean, mountains and other vast and untouched nature. It’s a luxury that is proven and doesn’t have to be promised, all while giving visitors long lived memories and unique experiences.

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