They're used in almost every promotional material for Icelandic tourism, and for good reason. They are stunning, seeming almost magical and they often appear when you least expect them. I'm, of course, talking about the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis. The Aurora Borealis,...

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The positives and negatives of visiting and renting a car in Iceland during the winter season.  During the winter period, safety can sometimes be under threat due to weather and road conditions. There are a number of precautions you can take to help ensure the safety of you and your party, this includes...

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Are you coming to Iceland this winter? Not sure what to bring with you? Well, below I will make some recommendations on what to bring with you. Remember this is for the winter period, where temperatures can drop to below -10°c in bad conditions. So we want you to be prepared for all possibilities. It's...

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Sunday the 5th of February 2017 at 21:00 - 22:00 (9pm - 10pm) Reykjavík City will turn off the lights in central Reykjavík to celebrate the Winter Lights Festival, a chain of events held in the beginning of February each year. This year, the Winter Lights Festival will be held for the 16th time...

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The Northern Lights, better known as the Aurora Borealis, are one of nature’s great displays, a mysterious multi-colored light show in the sky which seemingly appear out of nowhere. The Aurora appear when charged particles from the solar flares fly across space and strike the Earth's atmosphere,...

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