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.
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!
Incredible travel experiences money can indeed buy
We all know the best things in life are free, and the same is true for Iceland: a falcon flying by as you bathe in a natural pool somewhere. So, why not blow away that money?
Planning a trip to Iceland
How many days are enough for a trip around Iceland? Putting together an itinerary for a trip to Iceland is great fun but the amount of sights and options can also feel overwhelming.
A day in and around Borgarfjörður
The western Borgarfjörður area offers something for all travel tastes and interests: history buffs, wellness aficionados, and geography geeks alike will find spectacular sights and activities to their liking.
A day on the Reykjanes peninsula
Are you planning a self-drive trip for a day or two close to Keflavík airport? You do not have to look far: The Reykjanes peninsula offers some of the best sights in Iceland, all within close distances.
Iceland on a budget
Iceland is expensive, which means that costs for accommodation, rental cars, and sightseeing tours are higher than in many other countries. Yet, there are some tips and tricks, that'll save you a few kronas along the trip and at the same time even improve your Iceland experience!