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Why Self Drive In Iceland?

There are so many benefits to self-driving in Iceland. You’ll be able to take things at your own pace, and you’ll have far more control over your vacation. It is also considerably cheaper to self-drive than take most organised tours, and you can go with the flow and change your plans as you discover what […]
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13 Bars and Clubs to Check Out In Reykjavik

Reykjavik comes alive at night. At the weekend, some of the clubs will stay open until 5:30 am, with people dancing right until kick-out time. But if you’d rather sip a good beer in a cosy booth, there are plenty of great microbars serving local brews to check out too. This article will tell you […]
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How long are flights to Iceland?

You can get to Iceland by plane or ferry. But a word of warning. The ferry from Denmark takes between 2 and 3 days to arrive, so it’s not the most practical option for shorter trips. The simpler option would be to fly to Reykjavik airport, which is well connected to Europe and North America. […]
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12 Gorgeous Waterfalls in Iceland

If you’re hoping to see some amazing waterfalls in Iceland, you’re not going to be disappointed. It would be tough to spend any time in Iceland without coming across a lot of them by accident! You’ll be able to see some waterfalls from the car as you drive around the country, but others can only […]
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The Ultimate Guide To Food & Drink In Iceland

The traditional dishes in Iceland typically include meat or fish. After all, the early settlers had to survive in an unforgiving climate, where it wasn’t always easy to grow fresh vegetables. Some of these traditional meals can be shocking to Western tourists, who are used to only eating the “prime cuts” of meat. But in […]
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30 Things To See And Do In South Iceland

There is so much to see and do on the South Coast of Iceland. You can hike through spectacular natural spaces, kick back in a hot tub, or explore the glacial caves. History buffs shouldn’t miss a visit to the shipwrecks and ancient settlements along the coast, and party lovers can head for a night […]
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10 Beautiful Places To See In Snæfellsnes Peninsula

The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is a breathtaking place. It’s only a couple of hours from Reykjavik by car, and it’s a must-see destination for nature lovers. You’ll find countless volcanoes, glaciers, fjords, mountains, and towering sea cliffs on the peninsula. So while it’s possible to go there for a day trip, you’ll have a much richer […]
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Alcohol in Iceland: Everything You Need To Know

If you plan on drinking alcohol while you’re visiting Iceland, you’re going to want to read this article first! We will tell you where to buy alcohol in Iceland and how much it’s going to cost. Plus, we will give the low down on drinking culture and alcohol laws, so you don’t turn up to […]
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Why Do People Visit Iceland? – 12 Reasons Tourists Can’t Get Enough!

Most people visit Iceland because of its outstanding natural beauty and fantastic wildlife. But history lovers and film geeks have plenty of reasons to come over to Iceland too.  Glaciers, volcanoes, and steaming hot springs are all waiting to for you in “the land of fire and ice.”  Not to mention the world-famous horses that […]
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Icelandic Water: Why it smells, and what you should do about it!

Iceland’s geothermal water is famous all around the world.  But the smell can take some people by surprise. (Don’t worry, you’re not imagining things. The water sometimes does smell a bit like farts in Iceland!) This article will explain why the water can have an eggy smell in Iceland. We will also tell you about […]
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