Since the beer was made legal in Iceland in 1989 (it's true!), Icelanders have gone mad for craft beer. Small breweries are springing up like mushrooms and even more bars that specialise in craft and microbrewery beers.
If you want to be technical, the winter in Iceland lasts from the end of October to the end of April. But winter conditions can happen anytime between late August and early June, Iceland is a sub-Arctic country after all.
Iceland is known for its nightlife, but there are a few things you need to know before heading out on the town on a Monday night, for example.
If you could learn any three things about Iceland, which you hadn't seen before, we are sure the items on this list wouldn't cross your mind.
One of the best things about Iceland is that no matter where you look, there is something spectacular to photograph. In this blog post we will give you some ideas on what to do if you find yourself on your way to Iceland, with dreams of taking beautiful, instagrammable photographs.
The first thing you need to know about burgers in Iceland is that we don't really do fast-food burgers. You can find them, but we do not have any McDonald's or Burger Kings in Iceland. They all went bankrupt because why buy that when you can get gourmet burgers for not that much more money?
For many Icelanders, March marks the beginning of spring, but spring doesn't really start until April, no matter what Icelanders try to tell themselves. But it is getting warmer and brighter, and the darkness of the previous three months has lifted a little bit.
Despite its name, Iceland isn’t as cold as you would think. Iceland is categorised as having a subarctic climate which is characterised by long, sometimes freezing winters and short, cool summers. However, Iceland benefits from the warm ocean current North-Atlantic Gyre. Without it, it w...
It can be challenging to choose what activities you want to do when travelling in Iceland; there are just so many things to choose from! Hiking, soaking in the Blue Lagoon or a hot tub in one of the many local geothermal pools around the country, see an ice cave, walk on a glacier, drive on a glac...