Travelers usually arrive in Iceland with a few preconceived notions that may or may not be true, and the message boards are usually riddled with questions ranging from our belief in elves to what the preferred payment methods are. In this guide, I have crammed everything I could possibly think of that...

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  In Iceland, rental cars become an integral part of the whole experience. It's not like in other countries where you could spend a week or two within the confines of a big city, keeping yourself busy with all the thousands of things to do. Reykjavík is not a big city. It's cool, charming and...

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  The key components to any Iceland holiday are the nature and weather. An overwhelming majority of tourists come to Iceland for the astonishing natural aspects to be found here and every journey usually consists of driving around the island, discovering new and amazing sights to behold. But,...

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  Reykjavík may not be the biggest city in the world. In fact, it's probably closer to being the smallest city in the world. But, that doesn't mean that it's boring! Quite the contrary. Reykjavík has this, almost magical, charm to it, with an intimate atmosphere that has...

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  Iceland is an island in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, with its own currency the Króna, one city, one international airport, 130 volcanos, 320,000 inhabitants and 800,000 sheep. It's a strange place to some who arrive here, and you can bet your tushie that society and the customs...

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