Tag: Icelandic people
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!
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!
Find out all about Icelandic Women: Do you get paid to marry them? What about gender equality? Who are some of the most famous Icelandic women? What is it like dating in Iceland? And so much more.
How to move to Iceland? One of the most googled questions in the recent years. The fairy tale looking islands in the North is getting to be a popular travel destination, but what if you wanted to move to there? What do you need to do before moving to Iceland? Here is everything you need to know before settling in Iceland.
September in Iceland - What to do? What to wear? What to pack? What is the weather like in September in Iceland? How to drive in September? Can you see the Northern Lights in September in Iceland? And so much more - Read up about September in Iceland before visiting right here!
All the music & food festivals, events and national days you don't want to miss when visiting Iceland. What are the current events happening in Iceland and what will be going on in Iceland when you visit? Here is your guide to Events and Festivals in Iceland.
We are keeping you updated on Iceland - Here are random news and everything you really don't need to know BUT might want to!
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!
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!
New Year is an incredibly popular time to come to Iceland. Reykjavík is one of the most amazing places to spend New Year, this little city on the edge of the Arctic knows how to celebrate big time! See in the New Year with the most stupendous firework show - glittering fire bursts reaching out across the sky. By day you explore the incredible winter landscapes and enjoy incredible winter adventures and in the night Fireworks or Northern Lights!