Iceland Travel Tips

Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Reykjavik

Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Reykjavik

6 Dec 2019


New Year’s Eve in Reykjavik is a time when everyone gathers to celebrate. From the popular bonfires and fireworks throughout the city to the more private get-togethers among family and friends, everything is focused on joyfully bringing in the New Year. It is a wonderful time to visit Iceland, not only to embrace the beauty of the season, but to also experience the friendly people and celebrate the culture and traditions. The New Year’s Eve festivities in Reykjavik are lively and sure to be just as fun for visitors as the residents of Iceland.

Celebrating Christmas in Iceland? Here are 7 Things You Should Know

Celebrating Christmas in Iceland? Here are 7 Things You Should Know

25 Nov 2019


Spending Christmas in Iceland can be intriguing, as you’ll very likely experience a white Christmas and enjoy many familiar traditions along with a few that are very unique to Iceland.

Everything You Need to Know About Parking in Reykjavik

Everything You Need to Know About Parking in Reykjavik

11 Nov 2019


When traveling to Iceland, most visitors stay, or at least shop in the downtown part of Reykjavik because of the amenities. While public transportation is available, renting a car will give you the freedom to experience Iceland to the fullest. Though, if you do plan on driving, it is helpful to understand the parking rules, schedules, and different parking zones to avoid parking violations.

Tipping Etiquette in Iceland

Tipping Etiquette in Iceland

8 Nov 2019


When it comes to tipping in Iceland, the myths and stories floating around are sometimes astounding. From travelers expressing their desire to tip, but skip it because they’ve heard it is either illegal or offensive, to being confused about how much to tip. The following information should to help answer common questions.

Best Places to See the Northern Lights in Iceland

Best Places to See the Northern Lights in Iceland

1 Nov 2019


Experiencing a firsthand view of the northern lights is nothing short of amazing. Peering into the night sky, canvased in a backdrop of darkness, with the stars twinkling, and then witnessing the spectacular northern lights. These colorful streams of lavender, green, and pink hues, also known as the Aurora Borealis is an amazing natural occurrence indeed.


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