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Jan
2018
Iceland operators
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Here you find a list of tour operators and travel agencies, specializing in offering you adventures in Iceland all year round. 

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Jan
2018
Mt Thorbjorn
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LocationNorth of Grindavik Mt Thorbjor (Thorbjarnarfell) is a free standing, hyaloclastite mountain north of Grindavik. It offers great panoramic view over most of the Reykjanes Peninsula on fine days. The northeastern part of the mountain depicts thermal activity an to its north and northeast is an extensive high temperature area. It is split by a […]

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Jan
2018
Travel to Iceland
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List of airlines that fly to Iceland all year round: Icelandair Icelandair maintains regular scheduled flights to Iceland from the following cities: All year: London, Glasgow, Copenhagen, Manchester, Oslo, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Boston, New York and Seattle. Seasonal: Minneapolis / St. Paul, Toronto, Orlando, Halifax and Helsinki. Summertime only: Alicante, Barcelona, Bergen, Berlin, Billund, Stavanger, Madrid, […]

23

Dec
2017
CNN – Iceland one of Top 10 places to spend your 2010 Christmas
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Reykjavík Iceland is one of top 10 places to spend your 2010 Christmas according to CNN. But why? For a real treat for the tots, take them to Iceland, where local folklore has not one but 13 Santasbearing goodie bags at Christmas parties. The  (or jólasveinar, meaning Yule Lads), each with Brothers Grimm-like characteristics such as […]

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Nov
2017
The Fireworks Show at Jokulsarlon (Vatnajokull glacier)
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The Fireworks show at Jokulsarlon will take place Saturday night 25th of August at 11 pm. Illuminated icebergs bathed in colour from the magnificent firework show in natures most spectacular surrounding creates an extraordinary experience for spectators. The fireworks show is an annual event and this is the thirteenth time it is held. During this […]

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Jan
2017
Accommodation Classification
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Classification All lodging facilities in Iceland have the opportunity to be classified.  The classification in voluntary and is divided into five categories, i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 stars, and is by no means an allembracing assessment of the quality of the accommodation in question.  It is solely based on factors which can be […]

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Dec
2016
Inside a Volcano!
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Launched last week, “Inside The Volcano” may sound like a ride at Alton Towers, but it is instead a very literal description of the dormant chamber of Thrihnukagigur, a volcanic peak just outside Reykjavik, which is now open to visitors. For the first time, intrepid travellers can climb over the rim and descend into the […]

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Aug
2016
Faith & Science Field Conference
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Meeting at Hlíðardalsskóli, Iceland, 75 scientists, teachers, pastors and church administrators met to discuss issues of faith and science – both in a lecture setting and in a series of field trips admiring and learning about the remarkable geology of Iceland. 

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Jun
2015
The Icelandic Expo pavilion in Harpa
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The pavilion features a unique 360 degree film where the walls and ceiling form a visual unity. The film reveived much acclaim at the world fair in Shanghai in 2010 and at the Frankfurt book fair in 2011. Almost three million people have already seen the film Screenings in Harpa begin on June 28th in […]

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Jul
2011
Record-breakin month for Icelandic tourism
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A record-breaking 65.606 tourists traveled through Keflavík Airport this last June according to statistics from the Icelandic Tourist Board, an increase of nearly 21% from June the year before. The greatest increase was in tourists from North America, who outnumbered June 2010’s batch by more than 50%. Visitors from the Nordic countries increased by 17%, […]