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Icelandic public transport is pretty good, with easy access to most of the sights, but it does change seasonally. Here’s a quick guide to getting around the country.
August is one of the best months for visiting Iceland. Here’s our complete guide to what’s on, where to go and what to do!
At first glance, the Icelandic language can be a little intimidating. Some words seem to trail on for miles. And many letters in the Icelandic alphabet are strangers to English speakers. However, it’s not as tricky as it first appears. Read the full guide for more information.
Each year, thousands of visitors travel to Iceland to experience and enjoy the country’s exciting hiking routes, some of which deservedly appear on lists of the best hikes in the world. Gifted with an extremely varied landscape and awe-inspiring natural wonders, Iceland is one of the best places in the world for hikers and explorers. Read about the best hikes in Iceland!
Iceland is the puffin watching capital of the world. Bird watchers and scientists from all over the world come to Iceland to see this interesting species for themselves. Thanks to their incredibly cute and funny appearance, puffin watching has become one of the top favorite summer activities for visitors in Iceland! Learn more about the puffins in Iceland: when to see and how to find them.
Iceland is known as the land of fire and ice, with the country's many spectacular volcanoes give it the 'fire'! Here are 5 of the best volcano tours that you can take!
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.
May in Iceland is a really special time to visit. Nature is coming alive very rapidly now, spring and even early summer flowers are increasingly flourishing, the trees and grass are usually turning greener by the day. Temperatures are warmer, particularly in South Iceland, although the mercury can still drop sharply and snow can fall, this is less likely than it is in April. When the sun shines the long bright days of May are so magnificent - everything just feels so vibrant and fully alive. No wonder many Icelanders say this is their favorite time of year!
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!