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Much More than Free Soup

Much More than Free SoupDalvík is a great place to visit for outdoor activities year-roundDalvík’s 2,000 inhabitants have a lot more to offer than the free seaf...

East Iceland

East Iceland – a hiking haven  Husey East Iceland is a magnificent wonderland where hikers, wanderers, bird-watchers, kayakers and nature lovers find everyth...

The Highlands of Iceland

The Highlands of Iceland The Tungnaá is a river in the southern Highlands of Iceland. It flows from the western edge of Vatnajökull to the reservoir Sultartanga...

The Call of the Wild

Ísafjörður's Pristine Winter PlaygroundAdventures on Iceland's Wild SideThe Call of the Wild  In just a few weeks’ time, the last vestiges of autumn will give w...

The Country Experience

The Country Experience A Family-friendly stay at Hrafnagil Farm Guesthouse You’ll find the village of Hrafnagil just 12 km south of Akureyri in Eyjafjörður. T...

Viking Travels

Viking TravelsHave you ever joined a tour where you were simply one of the crowd visiting one place after another, for nothing more than taking pictures?We have...

Gray Line Iceland

Gray Line Iceland There are not many tours in the world that will take in mountains and glaciers, volcanos and waterfalls, geothermal areas and strange beaches...

365 days of Christmas

The wonderland that keeps the Christmas spirit alive all the yearOn Laugavegur, which is Reykjavik’s main shopping street, The Little Christmas Shop is in holid...

Icelandic Times – Issue 24

Read all articles from issueRead PDFIcelandic Times – Issue 24Weather-wise, this winter has been excep­tionally unpredictable, and the natural elements have bee...

Christmas with Class

Einar Benʼs Christmas Buffet brings Traditional Elegance to Eating Set in a century-old gentry townhouse right at the end of the walking street in central ...

Icelandic Times – Issue 20

Read all articles from issueRead PDFIcelandic Times – Issue 20Visiting Iceland in winter allows you to experience quite a few of life’s simple pleasures; a stro...