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Traveling in Iceland

Skólavörðustígur, Reykjavík, parking spots

Best Parking Spots Downtown Reykjavik

All of our tours start at Ingólfstorg Square in downtown Reykjavík, and some of you might come driving – so where do you park? There’s one thing to...
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The reds of Kerid Crater in Iceland can be seen on a bright sunny day

What Are the Best Day Trips from Reykjavik?

Looking for the best trips to take from Reykjavik? We rounded up some of our favorites in this blog. Find out where the Viking Þrasi Þórólfsson buried his...
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Tjörnin in Reykjavik, looking of Reykjavik Pond

Is the Reykjavik City Card Worth it?

Reykjavik City Card gives you access to most of Reykjavik's museums, all Reykjavik's thermal pools, bus system, the Reykjavik zoo and more!
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Visit Iceland Horses

Icelandic Horses: Come Along for a Ride!

The Icelandic horses because they are so much like us. Colorful while still being resilient and striding through life in our own unique way!
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Bárujárn – Making Icelandic buildings special

It is impossible not to notice all the corrugated iron-clad houses when travelling in Iceland. This uniquely Icelandic architectural feature caught on here because it is an excellent...
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Visiting Iceland as an LGBTQAI+ person

Iceland is LGBTQAI+ friendly. This blog tells you everything you need to know when visiting Iceland as an LGBTQAI+ person.
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Iceland in July

Summertime is a wonderful time to visit Iceland. July in particular, is a lovely time to plan a holiday to our little island. Music festivals from traditional to...
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Midight Sun Iceland

Iceland in Summer: Land of the Midnight Sun

Your Friend in Reykjavik wants you to visit Iceland any time of year. And while you may hear a lot about catching the spectacular Northern Lights, there’s another phenomenon...
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Visit Iceland in June

June has the first official summer days, with warmer and much longer days. Visit Iceland in June for the excellent weather conditions and the many celebrations as it...
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visit iceland in January

Visit Iceland in January

To visit Iceland in January is to enjoy wintry weather without it being too cold but with the possibility of blankets of snow. There are fewer crowds but...
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