When you’re looking for excursions and places to visit in Iceland you certainly find many infos about Golden Circle. The so-called Golden Circle is at the top of every to-do list in the country and is listed as a one-day or more-day tour on almost all the websites of most of tour operators.Continue reading What to see in Iceland: Golden Circle
All the information to visit the glaciers in Iceland: the famous Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon (the one of the blue icebergs, the one that everyone dreams of planning a trip to Iceland, the one of the films such as Batman Begins, Tomb Raider and James Bond) is the most important one, Fjallsarlon is an equally beautiful lagoon (close and much quieter), while Diamond Beach is a must.Continue reading Glaciers in Iceland: Jökulsárlón, Fjallsárlón, Diamond Beach
According to some, north-western Iceland is not among the most interesting regions of the island. But if you love unspoiled nature, seals and whales, waterfalls, fjords (other than those visited in the Westfjords), then it’s definitely worth visiting North West Iceland.Continue reading Iceland on the road: North-west Iceland among seals, waterfalls and fjords
Just outside Reykjavik, ready to go on a road adventure in Iceland, Hotel Laxnes welcomes the traveler with typical environments in a truly strategic location.Continue reading Hotel in Reykjavik: perfect for the Golden Circle!
3300 km of Icelandic roads.
Narrow roads, paved roads, dirt roads, sun, rain, fog, mountain roads, gravel, paved roads, unpaved roads, men at work…
At least 30 sheep that crossed the road, thousands at the side of them, numerous birds at risk of being run over.Continue reading Rent a car in Iceland: all the information to drive in Iceland
MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2017, which lists a total of 274 restaurants located in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and, for the first time, Iceland and the Faroe Islands is for sure a great landmark for gourmet-lovers and good-food-addicted.
“We are particularly pleased to develop our selection into the outer regions of the Nordic Countries and to continue our expansion with the inclusion of Iceland and the Faroe Islands” commented Michael Ellis, International Director of the MICHELIN guides. “Our inspectors were pleased to discover the quality of Reykjavik’s culinary scene and to award Dill the very first Star for Island. They were also impressed with the chef’s use of indigenous ingredients and traditional techniques like smoking and salting at KOKS in the newly listed Faroe Islands, which also reveives a MICHELIN Star”Continue reading Scandinavian Countries are full of “good taste”: all the Michelin starred restaurants according to the MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2017