Icelandic Times – Issue 32

Réttir

Réttir – The Yearly Sheep Round-Up! In September the majority of farmers across the country will be herding their sheep from the plateaus of Iceland, which h...

Eat from Eight till Late

Eat from Eight till Late Eyrarbakki’s Rauða Húsið adds a Café and Bistro It’s news when one of Iceland’s top restaurants opens a cosy café and bistro. Throu...

Reykjavik’s OldeBakeryst

Reykjavik’s OldeBakeryst  Bernhöftsbakarí, the source of delicious cakes, pastries and breads Bernhöftsbakarí is one of Reykjavik’s treasures that has served ...

Hlín Reykdal Studio

Hlín Reykdal Studio Visit an eclectic shop in Reykjavík’s Grandi neighbourhood. Iceland’s fondness for innovation and design is no secret. In fact, Reykj...

High Adventure

High Adventure Icelandic Mountain Guides’ have many action-packed tours Iceland is a volcanic island in flux, with magma breaking through fissures and periodi...

Icelandic Times – Issue 32

Read all articles from issue Read PDF   Ever since the first settlers arrived in Iceland some 1200 years ago, Icelanders have been battling the elements...

Getting Away in Hveragerði

Getting Away in HveragerðiThe Frost & Fire Hotel is the ideal place to explore the capital of hot springsSome Icelanders affectionately and proudly refer to...

High Adventure

High Adventure Icelandic Mountain Guides’ have many action-packed tours Iceland is a volcanic island in flux, with magma breaking through fissures and per...