Do you want to enjoy a long weekend in Iceland, drive around the island in seven days, or perhaps stray a bit off the beaten path while you're at it? In any case, here are some tips for your travel planning, and suggestions for places to see and routes to take.
Minibreak North Iceland
Spiked with picturesque fishing villages, historical sites and experiences of nature, this section of the Arctic Coast Way is a great trip by itself.
Reykjavík Weekend Getaway
Although by far the largest city in Iceland - home to two-thirds of Iceland’s population - Reykjavík is by any other measure a small capital; the city center, from one end to another, is only a 45 minute stretch by foot. On a weekend getaway, little time is wasted getting between sights.
New destinations in 2024
Iceland's population will reach a milestone in 2024, signalling the robust year ahead for the travel industry
Around Iceland in 14 days
Can you travel around Iceland in 14 days? Yes, you can. By far the most popular mode of exploring Iceland is to drive along the Ring Road and wake up with a different view every morning. How an itinerary like this could look like? We give you an idea!
Iceland travel advice - from one tourist to another
Planning a trip to Iceland doesn‘t have to be hard, though the questions for first-timers can be overwhelming: What are the top things to see? How to plan the drive around Iceland? What to pack? So we thought, we'd just ask the ones that are already here for advice!
A day-trip from Reykjavík: Discover the Whale Fjord
The beautiful Hvalfjörður, with its winding roads and pristine hiking paths, is being rediscovered by travelers and developers alike.
Iceland's Three UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Iceland is home to three UNESCO-designated world heritage sites. These carefully selected places are areas with legal protection for having such cultural, historical, or scientific significance that they provide outstanding value to humanity.