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Hallgrimskirkja Church in Reykjavik

Which are the Best Towns in Iceland?

No two trips to Iceland are the same. With so many natural wonders to see and awe-inspiring landscapes to explore, but with time constraints to consider, there’s always...
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What do the Icelandic Place Names Actually Mean?

Some time ago, a picture with long Icelandic place names went viral. The place names put Eyjafjallajökull to shame, the volcano name many could not pronounce. The tongue...
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Goðafoss Waterfall in the North-waterfall of the Gods

What are the Most Scenic Waterfalls in Iceland?

Iceland is synonymous with many natural wonders. These include the northern lights, glaciers, ice caves, geysers, hot springs, and volcanoes. But it’s the sheer number of photogenic waterfalls...
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Whale watching visit to Iceland

What are the Most Exciting Things to Do in Iceland?

Are you coming to Iceland for an action-packed adventure? Whether you’re staying in Reykjavik and the southwest of the country or heading out on the ring road for...
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The Best Icelandic TV Shows

With the growing popularity of Nordic Noir, Icelandic TV shows have garnered more and more attention in recent years. Most series are firmly set within the Nordic Noir...
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Best Icelandic Films

From Angel of the Universe. Watching foreign films can be a great way to understand each country’s culture or just to discover new films. Choosing the right film...
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Hotel with a view in Reykjavik

Hotel recommendations in Reykjavik

Check our hotel recommendations in Reykjavik based on our experience and official rates in different categories.
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Icelandic Waffles

Icelandic or Scandinavian Waffles have a special place in our cuisine, especially in Iceland and Norway. The waffles differ from American and Belgian waffles in that they’re softer,...
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Dear Mother, in the pen, pen – Icelandic Child Ghost Story

There are two very famous Icelandic ghost stories that probably every Icelander knows. One is The Deacon of Myrká – which we have already shown you. The other...
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Sæmundur The Learned and the Devil

Sæmundur fróði, or “the learned,” was an Icelandic scholar and priest who lived between 1056 and 1133. It is known he studied abroad, possibly in Franconia (in Germany),...
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