Category Archives: Iceland blog

 Reykjavík City Airport (RKV)

Iceland, also called the Republic of Iceland, is a Nordic island country. This country is between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean. The population is about 333.000 and the area is 103.000 sqkm (40.000 sq mi), making it the most sparsely populated country in Europe.

The capital and largest city is Reykjavik in southwest of the country. North is so called “capital of the north” called Akureyri in Eyjafjordur fjord. Reykjavik and the surrounding areas and municipalities in southwest of Iceland counts 2/3 of the inhabitants of Iceland.

Iceland famous for its volcanically and geologically activities. The interior consists of a plateau characterized by sand and lava fields, mountains and glaciers, while many glacial rivers flow to the sea through the lowlands.

The reason Iceland is not as cold as its name sounds is that it gets warm sea by the Gulf Stream and has a temperate climate.

Iceland was and still is a viking stronghold since 874 AD when few Norwegians fled Norway because of to high tax in Norway. The first permanent is told to be Ingólfur Arnarson but some historians says the country was settled much earlier and called Thule.

Icelandic nature, warm hearten people and hot springs are waiting for your visit.

Asia To Iceland: The Easy Way

The Schengen Visa is Asia’s super pass to traveling through Northern Europe. This short stay visa (max 90 days) lets travelers cross borders between member states with ease. There are twenty-six member states in the Schengen Area including the Scandinavian countries: Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.  Save time with a Schengen Visa! […]

Amazing Must-Eat Foods To Try In Iceland

Everyone knows the perks of travelling to new locations around the world: experiencing adventure, culture and history in beautiful picture-perfect locations. Trying new foods in Iceland can certainly be a beautiful adventure! Enjoy our curated Icelandic food menu below: Fish No Iceland food list would be complete without Hákarl & Brennivín – the dynamic duo of […]

Show me the landscape

Kirkjufell's rising sun.

Show me the landscape was a title of one message. We love to get those nice e-mails and Skype calls to ask about our wonderful landscape where we live close by and enjoy every single day of our live. To bring this forward in a short play we add into our “mini-theater” here in our […]