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Harpa, Iceland’s new concert hall on the waterfront in Reykjavik, has been open less than a year and is already garnering praise for its stunning architecture, its views, and its program of events. ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, November 2011
It’s already started snowing in Iceland – well, the first snows have fallen on the mountains across from Reykjavik
– so you’re pretty well guaranteed a white Christmas if you head there
Written by Katie H, February 2013
Grundafjordur is a town located on the 90-kilometer long Snaefellsnes Peninsula, northwest of Reykjavik. The peninsula is often called “Iceland in miniature” because in its small area you can see ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2013
As summer ends and the Icelandic days get shorter and the air crisper, it’s time in Iceland
to crank up that thermal heating and listen to a good story. Bring on a
Saga. The Icelandic Sagas are ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, May 2012
Surely Iceland is the only country in the world that would have a website on which local people invite tourists to come and have dinner in their home. It’s true and it’s an official, real website. ...
Written by Viator, December 2012
Icelanders have a reputation for partying hard, and they don’t contradict it on New Year’s Eve. December 31 in Reykjavik sees a party like no other, with thousands of fireworks lighting up the night ...
Written by Viator, November 2012
Lake Mývatn, located in northern Iceland near the city of Akureyri (Iceland’s second largest) is a popular destination for bird-watchers, thanks to the large numbers of waterfowl and other birds ...
Written by Katie H, December 2012
Despite its name, Iceland doesn’t get as cold in the winter as you might expect. It’s still quite chilly but you’ll find temperatures rarely dip below 20° F so you can still enjoy all that the ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
Iceland is known as an expensive destination to visit, but there are still plenty of things to do that won’t cost more than a few bucks, so you can save your money for the adventures that can’t be ...
Written by KatieontheMap, USA, January 2013
When visiting Iceland, there are many “must do” activities: explore Þingvellir National Park, hike a glacier, catch the Northern Lights, marvel at the waterfalls, learn to pronounce the names of ...
For such a small country – a total population of around 300,000 people – Iceland is one of the most creative countries around. We all know their most famous export, Bjork, but do you know about ...
Runtur means round tour and, to Iceland natives, this means a trip around Reykjavik’s bars and nightspots. Either to fill those long dark nights of winter, or those long light sleepless nights ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2011
Iceland is a land of contrasts: very dark winters and very light summers; very black lava and very white glaciers; very cold winds and very hot waters. It’s the last of these that is such a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
If you only go to one museum in Iceland make it this one. In 2001, the future uncovered the past in Reykjavik when workers who were building a new car-park discovered what is now Iceland’s oldest ...
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