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  • How do I get around?
    Reykjaík can be easily discovered by foot. The exhibitions are connected with marked walk ways. Every venue will provide you with free city maps guiding you through town. You can begin your tour at any of these venues. In addition, there is a shuttle connecting Harpa with Perlan.
  • How much does it cost?
    The Walk and the exhibits are free and open to the public.
  • How many venues are participating?
    There are 12 venues dispaying around 150 photgraphs in total (see map) and 5 additional "Info Spots".
  • What are the opening hours?
    Opening hours are dispayed on the interactive map, and may differ form each other.
  • What is exhibited in each venue?
    Between 10 and 14 displays of SDG Hereos of Iceland. As well as information about the UN SDG's and maps.
  • What does SDG stand for?
    “SDG" stands for the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Officially known as Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a set of 17 Global Goals designed by the United Nations through an inclusively deliberative process involving all 193 Member States, global civil society, business, finance and NGOs.
  • How long is the Walk.
    The walking time is about 1 1/2 hours, not included the time you are spending at the venues.
  • How do I find my way around?
    There are physical and interactive maps available.
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