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February 27, 2022

WHY WAS BEER BANNED IN ICELAND?

For 74 years, Icelanders had to endure a ban of beer, but that finally changed 1 March 1989. Ever since, 1 March has been called B-day […]
February 20, 2022

HAPPY WOMEN´S DAY!

Today is Konudagur, Women´s Day, in Iceland. It is the first day of the Icelandic month of Goa, a month in the traditional Icelandic calendar. Goa […]
February 13, 2022

HOW LONG ARE BARS AND RESTAURANTS OPEN IN ICELAND NOW?

Life is slowly getting a little more back to normal, or as we knew it before Covid-19 entered the scene. Want to know what the rules […]
February 4, 2022

LOOKING FOR SOMEWHERE EXCITING TO EXPLORE IN WINTER?

Visiting Iceland in winter can be a wonderful experience. The winter landscape is beautiful, there are fewer people and lots of fun winter activities to do. […]
January 28, 2022

WHAT TO WEAR IN ICELAND IN WINTER?

Wondering what overclothes to pack for a trip to Iceland in the winter time? Don´t worry! We made you a check-list. Check it out! Warm, waterproof, […]
January 19, 2022

A FEW THINGS TO DO IN ICELAND IN JANUARY

Are you feeling a bit down now that the Christmas season is over, and the decorations are gone? Need a new adventure? Something fun to do? […]
January 19, 2022

THE HORSES OF ICELAND

The Icelandic horse is a very unique breed descending from the Norse horses. It has unique features such as being fluffy, sturdy and short. Icelandic horses […]
April 29, 2021

10 CITIES AND TOWNS IN ICELAND

Iceland is a country with around 360,000 inhabitants, that’s not much. Indeed, Iceland’s population is equivalent to 0% of the total world population and ranks number […]
April 23, 2021

PUFFIN SEASON HAS ARRIVED!

Lundi is not only the French equivalent for ‘Monday’, it also means puffin in Icelandic. There are estimated 8 to 10 million puffins inhabiting Iceland, as it […]