Our awesome mini break in Reykjavík
What a weekend it was!
We don’t want you to run into trouble while in Iceland and we absolutely don’t want you to get ripped off while you’re here. That is why we want to give you a few insider tips of common mistakes that travelers make when in Iceland and also give you a heads up on our customs, rules and regulations. Enjoy!
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What a weekend it was!
Read some hiking tips from an absolute pro!
You can save up to 9.000 ISK if you go to the right shop!
Get ready for Peysuveður and rock and roll!
It’s the best exchange there is in my opinion!
Have a great time!
It’s interesting, cool, funny and smelly.
Midnight sun and big crowds.
You can save a bundle before you hit the road.
This is a must read for all tourists traveling to Iceland.
Welcome to the party!
Can you swim in waterfalls or camp anywhere?
An appy traveler is a happy one.
Penises, punk and peculiar collections.
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.
Don’t buy ridiculously over-priced candy at souvenir shops!
There are plenty of activities to choose from.
Feel like taking a swim?
Photographer Sébastien Van Malleghem is fascinated with Iceland and sick of over-colored photos.
You don’t have to be hungry or bored during the holidays.
Icelandic photographer Gísli knows what he’s talking about!
The verdict is shocking for me, a native Icelander!
Australian photographer Sorelle Amore found love, a million miles from home.
The cream of the crop of Icelandic cinema.
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.
There are a few things you should definitely know when planning your trip.
We grill Australian Jonathan Duffy, who’s lived in Iceland for two years.
The majority of Icelanders believe in dreams and go to great lengths to interpret them.
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.
You can do a few things to increase the chances of seeing the northern lights.
If you love pretty dresses you 150% have to visit this wonderful dress shop.
The shop is a colorful and delicious wonderland for bakers.
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.
The topic for this post is public showers. Yes, you read correctly.