What to Pack for a Week in Iceland • The Blonde Abroad
If you're traveling to a climate so different from your own, packing for a trip can be hard. Here is my guide to help you pack for a week in Iceland!
5 Hikes in Iceland for Those Short on Time - unlockingkiki.com
Welcome to Iceland! Most likely you are staying in the capital city, Reykjavik and are loving the quirky vibe the city has. But you didn’t come to Iceland for the city life, no you came for the stunning Icelandic nature. The options are endless when it comes to places to visit in Iceland, but for those short on time that still want to get a taste of the Icelandic nature this post is for you. The 5 hikes below are all around an hour away from Reykjavik making them the perfect half day or less…
The Best Attractions by Iceland's Ring Road | Guide to Ic...
Iceland's main road is the Ring Road. It is the best way to travel around the country. Find out all of the best attractions by this famous road.
Road Signs You Need to Know Before Driving in Iceland + FREE Guide Book! - Iceland with a View
Driving in a foreign country can sometimes be overwhelming. Amiright? First of all, the only thing on your mind is getting to your awesome destination. Second, you’re driving a rental car and maybe it’s manual and you haven’t used a clutch in five years. Now you’re cruising down the road but all of a sudden you see a sign that’s in a foreign language and have no idea what it means! Sound familiar? Have no fear! This post is part 4 of the ultimate road trip planning series: Part 1: Everything…
Golden Circle Hidden Gems - 8 Less Traveled Stops - Iceland with a View
The Golden Circle is by far the most popular tourist route in Iceland. With its proximity to Reykjavik, it is an easy way to see some of the popular highlights in Iceland. If you are doing a quick stopover in Iceland or are short on time, the Golden Circle definitely offers some beautiful attractions. The main attractions on the Circle route are Þingvellir, Geysir, and Gullfoss. BUT as long as you are driving all the way out there, there are plenty of hidden gems along the route that are…
Discover the Glaciers in Iceland (A Self-Drive Tour)
Your Iceland adventure would not be complete without a self-drive tour of the glaciers in Iceland. This will certainly give you a whole new understanding of ICEland.
How to Get to Seljavallalaug: My Favorite Secret of South Iceland — Tremendous Times
I was about ready to give up and walk back to the car.It was snowing—like a lot— and I was stepping into piles of it that sometimes went all the way up to my knees. I'd stupidly forgotten to grab my water bottle from the car and I wasn't even sure we were headed in the right direction. It was cold,
Northern Iceland & Lake Myvatn (Iceland) - Map + Places to see + Photos
North Iceland Travel Guide - Map, video, photos, places to visit including Lake Myvatn, Dimmuborgir, Dettifoss, Godafoss... | #iceland #icelandtravel | Iceland things to to | Iceland Road Trip | Iceland itinerary
Getting inked in Iceland, the best tattoo shops in Reykjavík
The days when tattoos belonged to the culture of outsiders, rock ‘n’ rollers, and hard men of the world are long gone. Inked skin is now as mainstream as pierced ears. However, each tattoo still represents a personal rite of passage, a step into adulthood, a memory or tribute to a person, a victory won, or even a journey undertaken. If you want a permanent reminder of your
South Iceland Travel Guide | 7 Must See Places - Iceland with a View
Trip planning is overwhelming, right?! “What if I miss some big attraction to see?! How do I pick one hotel out of the thousands? Where should we go for the local fare?” Anyone else have these thoughts? Especially when it comes to Iceland – there is SO much to consider! Me, I LOVE having things organized. Every time we plan a trip, I get right to creating an organized list of where we needed to be when, hotel details, etc. Bonus if it’s in a perfectly organized binder with tabs separating…
How to See the Northern Lights in Iceland - Iceland with a View
So you’re coming to Iceland and seeing the Northern Lights is HIGH on your bucket list. Am I right?! I hear you my friend, that was my biggest wish as well. Good news…I am here to help you fulfill your bucket list! Thankfully, my bucket list wish came true, and with loads of photos to remember them by. It was definitely the highlight of 2014, and perhaps in the top 5 most memorable moments of my life. We have also been lucky to see the lights a few times since we moved here, even from the…
Visiting The Faroe Islands – A Hidden Treasure of Unspoiled Landscapes
Remote and pristine the Faroe Islands are an Archipelago located between Scotland and Iceland. A place of raw beauty that begs to be discovered.
The Abandoned DC Plane on Sólheimasandur | Guide to Iceland
Do you like science fiction movies and want be in one (almost) ? If yes then visit the abandoned DC plane on the black beach at Sólheimasandur. In 1973 a United States N
Unlimited Wifi Hotspot rental for Travel In Iceland | Covid Delivery
Portable Pocket mobile hotspot 4G unlimited internet rental in Iceland. Portable Personal WiFi Device for travel anywhere in Iceland. Special Covid Delivery
10 beautiful (and less visited) Icelandic waterfalls
Foreign guests visiting Iceland will likely stop to admire the renowned Gullfoss, Seljalandsfoss or Skógafoss during their stay. While all three waterfalls are incredibly beautiful, Iceland has an abundance of lesser known waterfalls that are just as stunning, but far less crowded. So, ignore TLC’s advice and DO go chasing waterfalls, rather than sticking to the rivers and the