The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most popular sights. Almost everyone who visits our little island spends some time at the Blue Lagoon. The popular geothermal spa made National Geographic’s Wonders of the World List. It was among the 25 places in the world that are amazing natural wonders, according to the popular travel...Read More
Reykjavik has a number of great museums. I think no visit to Reykjavik is complete without visiting at least one or two of these. So here is a list the top 10 museums in Reykjavik, in my opinion. I hope these come in handy when planning your visit. The National Museum of Iceland The National...Read More
Reykjavik might be a small city, but there are tons of things to do. In fact, even though it’s very easy to fill your time with lots of interesting day tours outside the city, you can absolutely fill 3 days in Reykjavik alone. In fact, I decided to put together an example of how three...Read More
The Icelandic Sagas are fantastic medieval stories of heros, vikings, love and murder. Gísla Saga is one of the most famous ones. It was even filmed in the 80s, during the so called Icelandic Cinema Spring, when Icelandic filmmaking was coming into its own. In 2005, an industrious and very talented actor created a one...Read More
The Northern Lights are pretty cool. Like big, bright curtains dancing in the sky. I grew up watching them, and they still fill me with wonder every single time. I totally get why some people travel all the way to our little country at the edge of the world to see them. But they can...Read More
Reykjavik is a great city to visit, in my obviously completely impartial opinion. I happen to love my city and many of the fun things you can do in it. However, there are great things to do outside the city, of course. And while I think you could certainly have a great time staying in...Read More
I believe that literature is the real Icelandic heritage. That is the one thing that has been preserved throughout the ages, unlike most of the stuff the tourist shops try to pass off as traditionally Icelandic. About 10% of Icelanders have published books (myself included, in fact). Icelandic literature is a source of great pride...Read More
Sharing is caring!PinterestFacebookTwitterSo you’ve arrived in Reykjavik. It’s a small city by most standards, but there’s lots to do. Of course you need to know where to look. The internet is not always the best at providing information about what to do in Iceland, and guidebooks on print (how quaint!) get outdated very fast. So...Read More
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