Have you got a soft spot for snow-covered landscapes, cosy vibes, and the magic that winter brings? Then, you’re…
The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, is a magical natural phenomenon in shades of green, blue and sometimes red, that only occurs in the northern hemisphere.
There are many interesting places in the world that are off-limits to tourists and travellers. These places may be restricted for a variety of reasons, including political tensions, cultural considerations or environmental concerns.
In high anticipation, Iceland Parliament Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton has opened its doors to guests. In a complex of seven rebuilt and new buildings, the 163-room hotel sits at the doorstep of the Icelandic parliament – Alþingi.
Over the festive period this year, Iceland has received unseasonably cold weather, with temperatures dropping as low as -23…
If you love being outdoors among nature, you probably also prefer vacations that allow you to explore and take in all the natural beauty that the destination has to offer.
In Iceland you can expect weather conditions to vary from one season to another and from one part of country to another. This blog goes into detail on what to wear in Iceland during the Summer months.
Here we’ve collated a number of apps which will help make your time in Iceland safer as well as enable you to get more from your visit.
Iceland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world – a land full of natural wonders – but knowing these useful tips will hopefully ensure that your trip benefits from some inside knowledge.
A common question for visitors to Iceland is whether it’s best to drive Iceland’s Route 1 ring road in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. This blog post explores this issue in more detail.
One of the first things you might think about when planning a trip to Iceland is whether to drive the full length of the ring road that goes around the entire country – known as Route 1.
Occupying the uppermost floor of the already-renowned Hotel Keflavik, Diamond Suites Luxury Boutique Hotel is Iceland’s first five star hotel and consists of a collection of individually-decorated suites.
Hotel Keflavik is a clean, funky and well-located 4-star hotel with a good restaurant. For us, it was perfect place to base ourselves for our last night in Iceland prior to an early morning flight.
FlyOver Iceland is one of Reykjavik’s newer attractions, having opened in the Autumn of 2019 in the Grandi Harbor District, about a 20-minute walk from the city centre.
If you are visiting Reykjavik and your time is limited, then here are some of the key things a first-time visitor will want to see.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could experience the real Iceland for a day, or even just a few hours? A more authentic experience where you get to meet local Icelandic people and learn a little about their culture and day-to-day lives.