If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, here are ten spots you cannot pass up. Must eat in Iceland. Eastern cuisine has enjoyed great popularity in Iceland for the last few decades, and the past five years in particular have seen a huge increase in the variety of flavors and cuisines on offer. Must See […]
If you love licorice, Iceland is the place for you.
Get ready for Peysuveður and rock and roll!
Penises, punk and peculiar collections.
This is a must read for all tourists traveling to Iceland.
It’s getting cold and this hearty soup will warm you up.
Make the most of the time you have.
You could save a few ISK just by reading this post!
Icelandic design, glorious cakes and delicious food.
‘Give me the easiest one!’
Have you visited any of these amazing places?
Have you tried Icelandic pancakes? They are the best!
Great chance of northern lights and good beats!
There’s more to it than just hitching a tent.
Get ready for carb heaven!
Are you a traveler wondering whether or not to visit Iceland in your next tour?
There are so many gorgeous vegan options in our wonderful capital.
Pack well and bring your camera.
Book your tickets now before it’s too late.
Look out for this lovely chocolate bar!
A young New Yorker is totally smitten with Iceland.
Get ready for a heated debate!
One of the most magical places in Iceland.
Go swimming, relax, have fun and meet the locals
16 hours of daylight and the weather is sort of nice.
Propose Iceland is a newly established event planning business.
My national pride has officially burst!
Worth the visit but fell a bit short for me.
It’s the best news we’ve heard in ages!
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow – hopefully!
Experience the wonder of Djúpavík at Strandir like a true superhero.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
And butter is up a whopping 40%!
Don’t go hungry on a budget!
Tourists speak up about what they really think of Iceland.
On and off the beaten path – read all about it!
The budget-friendly, claustrophobic option.
No McDonald’s but loads of golf courses!
Warm clothes and cool lights!
Dark and cozy and everything in between.
You can save a lot by shopping at the “right” places.
It looks like beer, tastes like beer and smells like beer but it’s actually non-alcoholic beer.
Epic landscape just outside of Reykjavík.
Save a few ISK and talk politics!
Read some hiking tips from an absolute pro!
Don’t get your hopes too high of seeing something you’ve never seen before and just enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
You can save up to 9.000 ISK if you go to the right shop!
It’s the best exchange there is in my opinion!
Read on if you’re vegan and traveling to Iceland.
The ice cave at Perlan is amazing!
It’s interesting, cool, funny and smelly.
The perfect solution if you don’t have a car.
Midnight sun and big crowds.
You can save a bundle before you hit the road.
Circus, magic and lots of fun!
Sail away from all your worries.
Train with the stars in a safe environment.
Meet the locals over some football and fast food.
Have fun exploring Reykjavík!
Have you heard about Kvernufoss?
Can you swim in waterfalls or camp anywhere?
An appy traveler is a happy one.
Sometimes you honestly feel like you’ve landed on the moon.
The Beer Spa opens in June of this year and will be the first of its kind in Iceland.
It’s not easy but it’s doable!
You don’t have to speak Icelandic to enjoy a cabaret show in Reykjavík.
I hope you will make this easy turn off the ring road if you’re driving the South Coast.
Theresa has visited Iceland twice, with the first trip being sort of spontaneous.
Four locals spill the beans when it comes to Reykjavík’s nightlife.
The waves at Reynisfjara black beach are especially strong and extremely unpredictable.
Be careful where you shop!
Icelanders eat ice cream whenever they feel like it!
I promise you that you will day dream about going to Iceland after watching it.
Don’t buy ridiculously over-priced candy at souvenir shops!
The verdict is shocking for me, a native Icelander!
The way to a person’s heart is through the stomach.
There are plenty of activities to choose from.
I could watch this for hours!
A film about surfing in Iceland is in the making.
I have a confession to make: I love chocolate!
Photographer Sébastien Van Malleghem is fascinated with Iceland and sick of over-colored photos.
I’m a pure romantic at heart and for that reason I love visiting Gamla Bakaríið.
You don’t have to be hungry or bored during the holidays.
Icelandic photographer Gísli knows what he’s talking about!
YouTube user Potato Jet breaks down the cost of his Iceland trip.
Justin Bieber skateboarded on top of it!
Australian photographer Sorelle Amore found love, a million miles from home.
Make is safe, make it fun, make it cheap.
Don’t worry – there are plenty of things you can do!
Unless you really want to show someone how much they mean to you, you don’t have to tip.
If you visit this majestic place it will be forever engraved in your memory.
We recommend you all take two minutes out of your day to watch this beautiful video.
Even though you’re not a fan of the show, all these places are quite spectacular.
The cream of the crop of Icelandic cinema.
Friends Dan and Corey had a trip in Iceland they will never forget.
The pieces really stand out and it doesn’t seem to matter what I buy.
Read these critically acclaimed novels to get to know Iceland and the Icelandic people better.
Inside are the most magnificent ice sculptures known in Iceland.
Not only French delicacies but also a selection of traditional, Icelandic food.
A beautiful vlog about a road trip, featuring waterfalls and hot springs.
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There are a few things you should definitely know when planning your trip.
Icelandic photographer specializes in photographing foreign brides and grooms.
Just be sure to take your time at Mjóddin because you never know what will happen next.
You can walk behind Seljalandsfoss and just let yourself be amazed.
Fans of the TV show can visit Reyðarfjörður where the show was shot.
We grill Australian Jonathan Duffy, who’s lived in Iceland for two years.
Don’t go to the movies just any old day because you can save a bit of money if you do it right.
Here you can get the most glourious, handmade sausages that are simply to die for!
The majority of Icelanders believe in dreams and go to great lengths to interpret them.
If you want to see all the sights it’s best for you to drive around Iceland, starting in the west.
The staff at Berlín will make sure that your morning gets off to a marvelous start.
Foo Fighters, The Prodigy and Richard Ashcroft headline Secret Solstice Festival.
Must See urges you to visit the lagoon because it is totally unique. You won’t be sorry.
Scandinavian heritage is mixed with Central European cuisine and it works perfectly.
At Vinabær there are bingo nights every Wednesday and Sunday from 7.15 pm. Yep, bingo!
Your kids can learn some magic tricks while you browse through novels.
You can get lost in the naive art in Selárdalur and this truly is a place like no other.
One thing that’s better than their stone oven baked pizza it the bread sticks.
The quality is top notch but the only difficulty is having to choose what to buy.
Off-road driving is strictly prohibited in Iceland. And I mean STRICTLY.
These pools are nothing short of majestic and are said to have healing powers.
You can do a few things to increase the chances of seeing the northern lights.
An added bonus is that it’s not far from legendary volcano Eyjafjallajökull.
This my friends is a 10 out of 10. Absolutely exquisite.
Are you a movie buff? Do you possess a lot of useless trivia about random movie stars?
You can count on that your Sunday will be extremely relaxed if you visit Kex.
Pack a lunch and just forget about everything. Be one with the waterfalls.
If you’re afraid of heights I wouldn’t recommend looking down much.
The most lush, homemade cakes and freshly brewed coffee.
Admire this beautiful place with a rich, and at times, tragic story.
You might even make friends in the hot tub where the problems of the world are solved.
I mean – who doesn’t just absolutely love Chuck Norris?
They will serve you up a fish at lunch which was caught earlier that same day.
Surrounding the pond are beautiful walking paths.
It may not be the fanciest swimming pool in Reykjavík but the hot tubs there are to die for.
I strongly recommend you stroll through Breiðholt and give your eyes an artistic feast.
If you love pretty dresses you 150% have to visit this wonderful dress shop.
The shop is a colorful and delicious wonderland for bakers.
Regular meditation classes that are free of charge.
If you’re into some old fashioned gaming fun this is the place to be.
Meet someone to partner up with if you want to see the sights of Iceland on a bike.
Browse around 5 million photographs taken from the years 1870 – 2002.
You might be introduced to a whole different side of Iceland.
There’s no need to sign up, just show up a few minutes before departure.
The water in every tap, in every home is 100% ok to drink.
If you’re a knitter you will find all the yarn you could dream of at Álafoss.
I’m telling you, you can get lost in this pool for hours on end.
In the heart of the beautiful ghetto is a cozy and homey café.
It’s small, it’s cozy and the staff is super friendly.
Home and workplace of Iceland’s most famous author: Halldór Laxness.
The topic for this post is public showers. Yes, you read correctly.