Tag: Icelandic Food
We’ve compiled the ultimate 48-hour adventure guide to Iceland. Read on to learn how you can enjoy the best adventures the country has to offer in two days
When traveling to a new country many like to make an estimated budget and for a country like Iceland, it is recommended. But how much are things in Iceland?
How much does a trip to Iceland cost? How much do you pay for a meal in Iceland? How high is the gas price in Iceland? How much is alcohol in Iceland? What about rental cars? Here, in this blog all your questions are answered: Here is the Ultimate Guide to Prices in Iceland.
To travel solo can lead to a great discovery and even though you might not even be trying many find a piece of themselves on the way. Iceland is known for gender equality, being safe, modern, beautiful, pure and Icelander's excellent English skills so one might not be surprised that it is rising as a location for solo female travelers. Here is why and how to go about!
What is the weather like in February in Iceland? All info about traveling to Iceland in winter. Find out what to do in Iceland in February.
Icelanders make great beer, that's a fact!
We can't make wine so we focused on beer and since the beer was banned until 1989 we brew it with passion and privilege.
Are you looking to know about the most popular beer in Iceland? Where to buy the best beer in Iceland? What is so special about Icelandic beer culture? We got you, read more in the blog!
Christmas is a magical time spent with friends and family and often involves a lot of eating. Iceland isn't a very religious country but we love the traditions and have a ton of them and many of them are easy for you to join in on over this merry time! Let's do Christmas Iceland style!
A list of things you need to have when traveling in Iceland. The must-have essentials for Iceland travel a list from a local traveler.
Some might surprise you, some might not but never the less, you are going to need all of these!
The ultimate guide to the Hipster heaven Reykjavík. Where do the local hipsters eat, shop and do? Get local hipster advice on how to enjoy Reykjavík.
For most Icelanders, August month marks the end of summer and we try to make the ABSOLUTE most of it. Because of this, there is a lot going on everywhere. Here I will tell you all about where to go and what to do in August in Iceland