Reykjavík is absolutely safe and very pleasant for people who are on a gluten-free diet. The following guide will give you a nice overview of the wide selection of places where you can enjoy the local food and stay gluten-free.
We talked to hundreds of our customers to find out their views on the environment, travel and the Icelandic tourism industry itself.
Iceland is one of the best countries in the world for travelling solo: It’s safe, beautiful and filled with excitement and adventure!
The best souvenir you can pick up while in Iceland is probably the Icelandic Wool Sweater, which is in Icelandic called Lopapeysa. Here you can find all about!
Iceland is nicknamed the land of ice and fire. The fire represents the abundance of volcanoes and volcanic system tucked away in the colorful landscape. Here are the top 10 Iceland Volcanoes!
Hákarl, Iceland's Fermented Shark or even the Rotten Shark is one of the weirdest things to eat in Iceland yet by some it is considered a delicacy. Find out all about it!
Do Icelanders actually believe in elves, is it a publicity stunt or maybe just a myth? What do these mystical figures look like? Where do they live? Where can they be found? Here you will find out everything there is to know, straight from the source, an Icelander!
Here is everything you might want to know about the Icelandic Flag. What is the history behind it? Who designed? Is it true there was once a fish on the Icelandic Flag? And fun facts!
Wondering what to read before visiting Iceland? Why not dive headfirst into some Icelandic literature, where life in Iceland is covered from the Viking age to modern times. Some fiction, some crime, some true stories. Pick your poison(novel)!