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3Exchange RateBankThe Icelandic Central Bank
33Malbikendar.chBikingUsefull link about biking in Iceland in France
34Bobbinbikes.comBikingHealth Benefits of Regular Cycling
35BluelagoonchallengeBikingCycling competitions. The Blue Lagoon challenge is a 60 km race through the spectacular, volcanic scenery at Reykjanes. From the town of Hafnarfjörður to the iconic Blue Lagoon. General rules of the UCI apply (part 4 Mountain bike). If riders are in non-compliance to the rules they may be disqualified. The purpose of the rules is first and foremost to ensure the safety of riders.
36Glacier360.isBikingCycling competitions. Around Langjökull Glacier from Geysir to Gullfoss 290 km in 4 Days in 2 Person Teams
37Hjolamot.isBikingCycling competitions. All activities around biking competitions in Icelandic in one place. The website coordinates the competition program of all clubs that are members of ÍSÍ, and keeps track of competitions, results, competitors and other statistics related to competitions in Iceland. You can also find news about competitions and competitions on the web, regardless of cycling clubs or individuals.
38Iceland on MTB '97BikingWhen my favorite travel agency Adventura offered for 1997 an MTB trip to Iceland, it was clear - I will visit this country of my dreams, country of volcanoes, glaciers, deserts, wild rivers, waterfalls, geysers, geothermal areas... We prepared our trip as somewhat custom expedition from July 26th to August 10th, 1997 in the group of 10 people, 9 men and 1 girl.
39BirdLife IcelandBirdsFuglavernd – BirdLife Iceland was founded in 1963, it is an NGO, membership based organization with 1300 members in 2021.
40Icelandic BlogBlogSHV
41Book of CreaturesBookIceland, Mammals, n, Ocean and sea, Plains and Fields, Pond and River, Shapeshifters, Water-horses Icelandic Folklore, Mammalian Folklore, Mammals, Shapeshifters, Water-horses
42Sagas of IcelandersBookThe sagas of Icelanders, also known as family sagas, are one genre of Icelandic sagas. They are prose narratives mostly based on historical events that mostly took place in Iceland in the ninth, tenth, and early eleventh centuries, during the so-called Saga Age.
43Independent PeopleBookIndependent People, by Halldor Laxness (Nobel Prize winner, 1955), is one of the foremost sagas of rural family life. This is an incredible story about life, love, human sufferings, longings and struggles. It leaves you filled with compassion towards a small but independent nation of Iceland that courageously stands alone on the little but mighty island in the middle of the ocean.
4410 BOOK TO READBook10 Best Books About Iceland to Read Before You Visit. Alda Sigmundsdottir, Sarah Moss, Hallgrímur Helgason, Halldór Laxness, Yrsa Sigurdardóttir, Arnaldur Indriðason, Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir, Hannah Kent
45Tolkien & the Icelandic SagasBookTolkien and the Icelandic Sagas. J.R.R Tolkien, the author of Lord Of The Rings, The Hobbit, and more amazing tales studied the Icelandic language, read the Icelandic Sagas, and heard of the fantastic stories of trolls, hidden people, and elves in Iceland from an Icelandic au-pair, Arndís Þorbjarnardóttir.
46ForlagidBookBook shop and publiser
47EddaBookBook shop and publiser
48Bus Schedule in IcelandBusAll Local Scheduled bus Routes in Iceland, Buses related to Bus Schedule in Iceland, Bus schedule Reykjanes area, Bus schedule Westfjords, Bus Schedule West Iceland, Bus Schedule From Reykjavik, Bus Schedules – North Iceland, bus Schedules – East Iceland, bus Schedules – Highlands & Interior, bus Schedules – South Iceland.
49FlybusBusBook online to save time. Tickets are available at the airport in our kiosks and on our website, but not on board the Flybus.
50GraylineBusReliable and affordable best airport bus shuttle services run in connection with all passenger flights at Keflavik Airport, getting you to and from the airport promptly and on time.
51Airport DirectBusAirport Direct offers scheduled coach transfers, shared ride Door to Door shuttles, private taxis and V.I.P rides from Keflavik International.
52StrætóBusMain Icelandic Bus sytem
53Highland BusBusDaily highland bus
54Hikers BusBusThe Hikers Bus Pass is ideal for those who intend to hike the Laugavegur trail, the Fimmvörðuháls trail – or both!
55Elf SchoolCulturThe Icelandic Elf School is an organization located in Reykjavík, Iceland, that teaches visitors about Icelandic folklore. The organization teaches about the hidden people and the 13 different kinds of elves that the organization believes inhabit the country of Iceland.
56Info about Elf SchoolCulturThe Icelandic Elfschool - Live from Reykjavik
57JólasveinarCulturJólasveinar, Santa Clauses and Yule Lads are three expressions for the same thing! On the morning of the 12th of December, Icelandic children will wake up with a smile on their face and butterflies in their bellies, the reason? Yule Lads or like we like to call them in Icelandic Jólasveinar! And not only are there 13 of them, but there is also Grýla (their mum), Leppalúði (the dad) and - the Christmas cat!
58Icelandic TrollsCulturSupernatural and mythological beings are a big part of ancient beliefs about Icelandic nature. Icelandic folklore is rich with stories of these creatures and has been since the beginning of time.
61Sólarkaffi (sun coffee)EventIcelandic winters are dark, so much so that some remote villages don’t see the sun for over two months. So it may not come as a surprise that a celebration takes place when it does appear again. In towns such as Ísafjörður in the Westfjords, residents celebrate the return of the sun by enjoying a cup of coffee and pancakes while a choir sings on the church steps.
62Réttir (sheep round-up)EventSheep round-up is a major social event in Iceland that takes place every year during the month of September and involves farmers wandering for miles to round up 800,000 sheep from the countryside. On horseback, farmers find their sheep and funnel them into ancient stone pens called réttirs.
63New Year’s EveEventNew Year’s Eve in Reykjavik is a major event. Starting with massive bonfires that take place around the city, the streets are often deserted by 10.30pm as locals go home to prepare for their celebration. As the 10-second countdown begins to welcome the new year, booming explosions are heard all around the capital as people surge the streets to set off fireworks.
64Westman Islands festivalEventEvery year in August, 17,000 people attend the century-old Westman Islands festival. The celebration, which is an Icelandic holiday, involves multiple events, one being the hook-up ball, at which singles can get together to find a partner for the weekend.
65Bolludagur (cream bun day)EventThe peculiar Icelandic holiday "Cream Bun Day" Today is "Bolludagur" a unique Icelandic celebration of cream buns, and the first day in a three day holiday of over-indulgence and fun!
66SprengidagurEventIcelanders celebrate Sprengidagur, which literally means “bursting day.”
67ÖskudagurEventAsh Wednesday, a day where children in Iceland dress up in fancy-dress and go out to collect sweets. It's kind of like the Icelandic version of Halloween.
68Sumardagurinn FyrstiEventThe First Day of Summer is always on a Thursday between 19 and 25 April. Despite being called the First Day of Summer, summer has decidedly not come to Iceland. People generally do not talk about it being summer until June; however, it can be said that summer begins in the middle of May.
69Reykjavík-Viðey IslandFerryDuring the summer months, between 15th May - 30th September, the Viðey ferry departs daily from Skarfabakki pier and the Old Harbour. In winter, from 1st October - 14th May, the ferry only operates from Skarfabakki pier on Saturdays and Sundays.
70Ferry StykkishólmurFerryStykkishólmur-Flatey-Brjánslækur Discover Flatey, one of Iceland's true treasures - A fun adventure for the whole Family. All of the houses on the island have been restored to reflect Flatey's colorful style from 100 years ago
71Ferry Grímsey IslandFerryThe islands, Hrísey and Grímsey are known for their magnificent nature and rich birdlife that no one should miss.
72Ferry Hrisey IslandFerryThe islands, Hrísey and Hrísey are known for their magnificent nature and rich birdlife that no one should miss.
76Filming in IcelandFilmList of films shot in Iceland: A View to a Kill, Batman Begins, Beowulf & Grendel, Die Another Day, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, Fast & Furious 8, Flags of Our Fathers, Interstellar, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Noah, Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Thor: The Dark World...
7716 Movies & TV in IcelandFilm16 Popular Movies and tv Shows That Were Filmed in Iceland, Game of Thrones, Batman, Star Wars, Prometheus, Fast & Furious, Katla & More
78FilmInIcelandFilmSPECTACULAR SCENERY. The stunning, otherworldly landscapes of Iceland serve as a backdrop that inspires both mythical worlds and distant planets.
79GPS Film locationsFilmFamous movies filmed in Iceland
80Icelandic filmmakersFilmSeveral Icelandic filmmakers: Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, Dagur Kári, Baltasar Kormákur, Sigurjón Sighvatsson and more...
82Keflavik AirportFlyingInternational Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Keflavik
83Akureyri AirportFlyingInternational Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Akureyri, THINGS TO DO IN NORTH ICELAND
84Egilsstaðir AirportFlyingInternational Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Egilsstaðir, THINGS TO DO IN EAST ICELAND
85Ísafjordur AirportFlyingDomistic Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Ísafjordur, THINGS TO DO IN EAST ICELAND, WELCOME TO ÍSAFJÖRÐUR, Experience the Westfjords
86Vestmannaeyjar AirportFlyingDomistic Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Vestmannaeyjar, TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN THE VESTMAN ISLANDS, Beautiful nature, wildlife and culture.
87Hornafjörður AirportFlyingDomistic Airport, Time tables, departure, Arrival to and from Hornafjörður, The region is characterized by deep and narrow fjords, vegetation and widespread forestry as well as the beautiful mountains and highlands. Anyone who likes hiking, outdoor adventures or simply just filling their lungs with unbelievably fresh air will love a visit to Hornafjörður.
88DohopFlyingWe search hundreds of websites and try to bring you the best and cheapest options for your flights. We’re not biased towards any specific partners and we do not charge you any extra commissions.
89EagleAir.isFlyingSix destinations with year-round possibilities, air charter services and day tours to Iceland's most beautiful places
90Fly for funFlyingFlying around Iceland in a light aircraft over some of the most adventures places.
91Iceland ParaglidingFlyingIceland Paragliding – Tandem Flight from Vik
92Bæjarins Beztu #1FoodMost popular resturant (Hot Dog Stand) in Iceland, a place a must to try. While hot dogs around the world are usually made from pork or beef, Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur incorporates lamb into the mix. The toppings available are raw onions, crispy onions, ketchup, mustard and remoulade. A popular local choice of toppings is 'eina með öllu' or 'one with everything'.
93Highly recommendFoodIceland's World Famous hot dog Stand: Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur in Reykjavik!
94Hákarl (Fermented Shark)FoodFermented shark hanging to dry in Iceland. Hákarl, referred to as fermented shark in English is a national dish of Iceland consisting of a Greenland shark or other sleeper shark that has been cured with a particular fermentation process and hung to dry for four to five months. It has a strong ammonia-rich smell and fishy taste, making hákarl an acquired taste.
95Shark MuseumFoodBjarnarhöfn Shark Museum
96Brennivín ("Black Death")FoodBrennivin, better known as “Black Death”, is the Icelandic's distinctive spirit. It was created from the “aquavits” introduced by Danish merchants in Iceland in the 17th Century. The exact translation for Brennivin is “Burnt Wine”. This refers to how the “aquavit” is produced: distilled over an opened flame.J
97Súrir HrútspungarFoodSour ram’s testicles or Súrir hrútspungar (no longer a common dish but one that was invented by poor farmers out of necessity). The testicles are soured, that is to say, treated and exposed to acid in order to bring about a chemical change.
98Hot Spring Rye BreadFoodTo understand how Icelanders have lived with the formidable elements of their island, you need only look at a rather unsuspecting source: their bread. Rye bread has a sweet taste and is being steamed instead of being baked. Icelanders are steaming the rye bread by putting it in a pot then burying it in the ground in a geothermal area where the heat bakes the bread. It takes almost 24 hours for the bread to be cooked this way.
99Harðfiskur (Dried Fish)FoodIcelandic Dried Fish: One of Our Best Snacks. Dried fish is a traditional snack in Iceland and it is literally dried fish cod, haddock and wolffish. Icelanders are hanging the fish outside in the cold air and let it dry until it becomes cured of bacteria.
100Svið (Sheep's Head)FoodThis dish, known as svið, still exists today. Icelandic cooks take a sheep’s head, cut it in half, remove the brain, singe the outside to remove the fur, then boil the head for an hour or more. It’s then served with mashed turnips or mashed potatoes.
101Slátur (Blood Pudding)FoodDid Vikings eat blood pudding?
102Hangikjöt (Hung & Smoked Meat)FoodTraditional Christmas dishes in Iceland – hangikjöt. Icelanders are mastering “the art” of smoking meat and the smoked lamb is so tasty. Smoked Icelandic lamb is dry-salted or pickled lamb meat that is cold-smoked and the fire that smokes the meat is fueled by dry sheep dung.
103Laufabrauð (Leaf Bread)FoodLaufabrauð – Icelandic leaf bread
104Saltfiskur (Salted Fish)FoodLífið er saltfiskur – ‘Life is saltfish’. These were the words of Halldór Laxness in his feminist novel Salka Valka, in which the young woman Salka rejects the oppressive gender roles of an Icelandic fishing village and joins the men in the fishing boats.
105Flatkaka (rye flatbread)FoodFlatkaka is an unleavened rye flatbread. It is made by mixing boiling water with flour and then cooking the dough. Back when Iceland was settled, ingredients such as grain were scarce, so moss was often used to supplement the flour. As time passed, moss was replaced with rye flour. Today, wheat flour is often used with the rye.
106Hvalkjöt (Whale)FoodSince the 1986 ban, Iceland has hunted more than 1,700 whales, with minke whales and fin whales being the predominate whale species hunted. While most fin whale meat is sent to Japan, minke whale meat is usually served to tourists visiting Iceland even though whale meat is not a traditional Icelandic dish.
107Gellur (Cod Tongues)FoodOn the other hand, a traditional method of cooking gellur is just by boiling them which is not as tasty. Gellur is often mistaken to be fish tongues, but actually, they're a fleshy, white, slimy, triangular muscle behind and under the tongue.
108Hvalspik (Blubber)FoodHvalspik means 'whale fat'. This is boiled and cured in lactic acid. It's basically blubber and it used to be one of Iceland's main delicacies.
109Lundi (Puffin)FoodPuffin. Icelanders also, according to legend, sometimes eat the friendly seabird puffin. Visitors can actually order them in many tourist restaurants in Reykjavík, usually smoked to taste almost like pastrami, or broiled in lumps resembling liver.
110Kjötsúpa (Meat Soup)FoodLamb soup or Kjötsúpa is a delicious dish with lamb meat is lamb soup. It is perfect after exploring Iceland on a cold day. The lamb soup is made out of lamb meat with bones that are boiled to create the stock then root vegetables are added to complete the dish.
111Humar (Lobster)FoodHöfn is a small town in South-East Iceland that is considered the lobster capital in the whole country.
112Fiskisúpa (Fish Soup)FoodAll sorts of seafood appeared in Fiskisúpa - cod, haddock, char, langoustine, shrimp, scallops. Many of the versions had a tomato base, but there were some that used curry and coconut milk.
113SkyrFoodSkyr is a traditional dairy product in Iceland and even if it has a consistency of thick yoghurt, Icelanders are considering it to be cheese. Skyr is a dairy product similar to greek yoghurt, only a little bit more sour and richer in protein. Skyr has been around since the settlement of Iceland and it is still extremely popular.
114Ís (Ice Cream)FoodSpeaking of ice cream, Icelanders can’t have enough ice and they are producing some of the most delicious ice creams made in different ways than the classic ice creams we know. Icelanders prefer their ice cream to be soft, not hard like the classic ice cream.
115Þorramatur (Thorri feast)FoodÞorrablót and þorramatur – The Icelandic food feast. Celebrated in mid-January, the feast represents the halfway point of winter when Icelanders asked the Norse God Thor for good weather. “Þorrablót was not allowed to take place until after 1874, when Icelanders officially got their religious freedom,”
116Plokkfiskur (Fish stew)FoodFish stew is another popular Icelandic fish dish. It is made from fish, potatoes, onions and bechamel sauce. It has a thick consistency and it is served together with rye bread and butter. For making the Plokkfiskur is usually used white fish such as cod or haddock.
117Lax (Salmon)FoodEighty of all 250 rivers in Iceland are salmon rivers. Salmon can be found in rivers in Western parts of Iceland, in East and North and also in some rivers in South (Skoga river that feeds the famous Skogafoss waterfall being one of them).
118Silungur (Arctic char)FoodIs a freshwater fish that lives in the cold waters, the arctic char can be found all over Iceland in rivers and lakes. As a species and taste, the arctic char is between trout and salmon.
119Þorskur (Atlantic cod)FoodThe Atlantic cod is one of the most common in Iceland and is also versatile to different cooking techniques. It is also the most abundant fish species that can be found in Icelandic water
120Skata (Rotten Skate)FoodOld skata (rotten skate) is considered a delicacy in Iceland, but the dish has an incredibly strong smell that can put people off eating it. It’s consumed on 23 December, the Day of our old Saint Thorlac.
121Iceland FishFoodIn Icelandic fishing grounds we have found around 320 species of Iceland fish many of those fish are vagabond and others are deep sea species and are seldom caught.
122Icelandic Fish OilFoodThe main manufacture of Icelandic fish oil in Iceland is Lysi. They have been manufacturing fish oil since 1938. And proudly presents over 16 products in their product line.
123Buy from IcelandFoodFood & Drinks, Spirits & Beer, Candy, Health & Beauty, Books, Jewelry & Hats, Icelandic Wool, Easter egg, Isbud.is, Salenew Icelandic Productsicelandic Lava
124Fish SpeciesFoodFish etc. you can find around Iceland
125Fish DatabaseFoodFish Species in Iceland. Fish institude of Iceland. Marine and freshwater research in Icelandic territories and in the arctic
126GoFishingFoodGo to fish in Iceland in sea, ri9vver and lakes! Many fishermen & women around the world dreams of fishing in Iceland but are turned off by the sky high cost of Salmon fishing here. But there are world class lakes and a few rivers where you can fish without the need of taking a second mortgage.
127HuntingFoodThe Icelandic Hunting Club was founded in 1994.
128ReindeerFoodCurrently, Iceland has roughly three thousand reindeer, and still only in the east and northeast of the country. The reindeer stay mostly at high elevations during the summer months, then migrate closer to the coastal grasslands during the winter.
129N1 Fuel stationsFuelMore than 100+ N1 filling stations all around Iceland also offering food, WC and air pumping, found in every town
130OLÍS Fuel StationsFuelMore than 100+ OLÍS filling stations all around Iceland also offering food, WC, Free WIFI and air pumping, found in every town. Self service, Car wash, Car wash area, Shop, Air, WC, Vacuum cleaner, Grill 66, ReDi, Deli, Gas cylinders, 24 hours, portable toilet drain, Bensin 98 Okt, Colored Diesel, Metan, Ad blue, Free Wi-fi, Electric charge, TVG, Xpress
131Skeljungur/OrkanFuelOrkan has 65 self service gas stations around Iceland and offers low price fuel. At Orkan you pay at the pump before fuelling. All pumps are self-service and open 24/7. We accept Apple and Google pay with your smart phone at the pump. 95oct, Diesel, Methane, Hydrogen, Adblue, Charging station, Engine oil, Kerosene, 98oct.
132Ari Eldjárn IFunIcelandic standup about Nordic neighbours in general and Finnish language in particular
133Ari Eldjárn IIFunAri Eldjárn is an Icelandic stand-up comedian, writer and actor. Ari Eldjárn on Nordic Languages | Pardon my Icelandic
134Earthquakes In Iceland last 48 hoursGeologyEarthquake data on the web-site are derived from the SIL seismic network, which automatically detects and locates earthquakes in Iceland and the surrounding offshore region. Because the data are displayed in near-real-time, they should be considered preliminary. Both the map and the corresponding graph are updated every five minutes
135Icelandic VolcanoesGeologyThe Catalogue of Icelandic Volcanoes is a collaboration of the Icelandic Meteorological Office (the state volcano observatory), the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Iceland, and the Civil Protection Department of the National Commissioner of the Iceland Police, with contributions from a large number of specialists in Iceland and elsewhere.
136Route LakiGPSIn its southwestern part, Lakagígar is a series of craters formed during the Skaftáreldar eruption in 1783 which left behind lava flows extending over 60 km. In this magnificent area we recommend three routes leading to the Laki craters.
137Route DettifossGPSThe northern part of Vatnajökull National park and surrounding area is a magnificent landscape full of geological wonders. Around lake Mývatn, you will find hot springs, abundant birdlife, and a multitude of volcanic structures. Jökulsárgljúfur is a huge canyon formed by the glacial river Jökulsá á Fjöllum, Iceland’s second longest river.
138Route Borgafj EystriGPSThe East of Iceland has a hidden treasure called Borgarfjörður eystri. With a total of only 130 inhabitants, the area, nonetheless, has plenty to offer for visitors, including a tremendous variety of hiking routes and great opportunities for cycling activities.
139Reykjavik City TourGPSReykjavik Biking Tour with Stefán and Kjartan (photos). Bike Rental, Slippur Reykjavik, Höfn, Reykjavik old harbor, Whale boat, Mooring point, Horft til Hafs, Harpa, Sólfar, Höfði House, Park, Bus stop, Hlemmur, Thermal waters, Sundhöll Reykjavikur, Rock Hill from ice age glacier time, Hallgrímskirkja, Café Loki, Þrír Frakkar, Embassy, Bridge Tjörnin, City Hall of Reykjavik, Aðalstræti Reykjavik 871, Fógetagarðurinn 1893, Hallærisplan, Cafe Reykjavik, Few good resturants.
14032km Bike ReykjavikGPSReykjavík harbour and coast.Gròtta. Easy route on cycle path all the way. Going to Grótta for the setting sun and along the shore to Fossvogur and a new bike path in Elliðárdalur and home.
152COVID-19HealthThings to know about COVID-19, All information, developments, and advice about Iceland and COVID-19 can be found at the designated COVID-19 website for Iceland, the Directorate of Health and the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.
154Campsites HutsHotelAccommodation & campsites
155Hostel.isHotelAccommodation & campsites
156Tjalda.isHotelAccommodation & campsites all around Iceland
157Find hotelHotelMap with accommodations
158heyiceland.isHotelIf you’ve never stayed on a farm, you’ll be pleased to find just how peaceful and quiet they can be. If you’ve come to Iceland to get away from crowds and noise, this is the perfect place to stay.
159IslandshotelHotelHotel Reykjavik Saga, Grand Hotel Reykjavik, Hotel Reykjavik Centrum and various Fosshotels
164Iceland statisticsInfoIceland statistics for: Land and air: Geography, Weather, Air quality, Air emissions: Greenhouse gas emissions from Iceland (NIR), Greenhouse gas emissions from the economy (AEA), Emission of air pollutants (LRTAP), Material flow: Waste statistics, Water consumption and water treatment, Material flow accounts (MFA), Energy: Energy prices, Production and consumption, Energy flow accounts (PEFA), Transport: Public transportation, Aviation, Vehicles, Ships, Inhabitants: Overview, Municipalities and urban nuclei, Background, Migration: Internal migration, External migration, Family: Family, Adoptions, Marriages and divorces, Births and deaths: Births, Deaths, Names, Population projections: Population projections...
165Facts about IcelandInfoIceland is an island of 103.000 km2 (39,756 sq.miles), about one-third larger than Scotland or Ireland. Its highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, rises to 2.119 m and over 11 per cent of the country is covered by glaciers, including Vatnajökull, the largest in Europe.
166Althing IcelandInfoAlthing Iceland and the legal history of Iceland. Althing Iceland is the oldest parliament in the world and was established in 930.
167Iceland flagInfoIceland flag, the national flag of Iceland is a sky-blue rectangle with a snow-white cross and a fiery-red cross in the middle of the white cross.
168Icelandic HealthInfoSome measure the health in how long people live. According to United Nations Icelandic men have the longest longevity in the world, they could expect to reach 80, even longer then the Japanese men. Icelandic women could expect to be 83 which are among the longest in the world.
169Iceland PDF mapsMapFree online PDF maps you can download. CYCLING MAP pdf, CAMPS AND HUTS pdf, PUBLIC TRANSPORT pdf, USEFUL INFO pdf, CAPITAL AREA pdf
170Cycling Map IcelandMapCYCLING MAP
171Online Map.isMapMap of Iceland
172Publictransport.isMapIn Iceland you can travel within the country with buses, ferries and domestic flights. This webpage is to inform about the options you have with public transport in Iceland. In the beginning this web was only made for cyclists as a side project of cyclingiceland.is
173cycling Map of IcelandMapCYCLING MAP OF ICELAND
174Biking info for IcelandMapIceland is a country of outstanding natural beauty. Cycling and traveling in Iceland is a great experience, but you have to be prepared for harsh weather conditions and rugged nature.
175Ja.isMapMap & phone book of Iceland
176Landmælingar mapsMapOnline Map of Iceland both on web with details informations.
177LandmælingarMapVarious Maps of Iceland both on web and paper with details informations.
178LandmælingarMapThe land rises, falls and moves. New INSAR map of Iceland, which shows changes in altitude and east-west records in the country for the period 2015-2020
179BjorkMusicSinger Björk Gudmundsdottir
180Bjork SongMusicBjork - Gling Glo (1990): Glin Glo, Luktar - Gvendur, Kata Rokkar, Rabbi Minn, Brestir Og Brak, Astartofrar, Bella Simamaer, Litli Tonlistarmaderinn, Dad Sest Ekkii Saetari Mey, Bilavisur, Tondeleyo, Eg Veit El Hvad Skal Segja, I Dansi Med Per, Bornin Vid Tjornina, Ruby Baby, I Can't Help Loving That Man
181BubbiMusicBubbi Morthens is an Icelandic singer and songwriter. Aside from a lengthy solo career, he has been a member of such Icelandic bands as Utangarðsmenn and Egó.
182Bubbi SongMusicþað er gott að elska Bubbi Morthens, Icelandic love song
183Emilíana TorriniMusicEmilíana Torrini is an Icelandic singer and songwriter. She is best known for her 2009 single "Jungle Drum", her 1999 album Love in the Time of Science, and her performance of "Gollum's Song" for the 2002 film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
184Emilíana SongMusicTaken from Emilíana Torrini's album 'Me and Armini', released on Rough Trade Records in 2008
185DadiFreyrMusicDaði Freyr og Gagnamagnið
186Husavik - My Home TownMusicHusavik - My Home Town (Official Video) | Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga by Molly Sandén / Rachel McAdams
187Ég er komin heimMusicHelgi Björnsson and guests sing popular Icelandic song pearls in Harpa on June 17, 2011
188Elska þigMusicMannakorn - Ellen Kristjánsdóttir. You starting to love the Icelandic language even i dont understand one word they say.
189Friðrik ÓmarMusicFriðrik Ómar Sings a Series of songs from Vill Vill (Bíddu Pabbi, Dans gleðinnar, Hún hring minn ber)
190Pall RosinkranzMusicDrottinn er minn hirðir - Pall Rosinkranz
191I Think of AngelsMusicPall Rosinkranz
195Iceland MonitorNewsmbl.is is the largest and most-read news and information website in Iceland.
196IceNewsNewsIceNews is an independent news resource on Iceland, Scandinavia and Northern Europe and has a good team of editors. IceNews publishes articles on current events, politics, entertainment, culture, travel and forthcoming events in Scandinavia and around Northern Europe.
197Northern Lights good webNorthern LightsAurora Forecast is an all inclusive guide to Northern Lights hunting in Iceland. We cover everything you need to know to maximise your chance of seeing this natural phenomena known as the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis.
198Cloud Cover IcelandNorthern LightsThe map of Iceland shows forecast of cloud cover. Green areas are cloudy and white areas clear skies. Move the slider below the cloud cover map, or click directly on a day or time. The forecast of auroral activity at midnight, scale 0 to 9, is shown in the upper-right box. The scale changes in accordance with the date selected under the cloud cover map. The timing of sunset, darkness, sunrise and moonrise are valid for Reykjavík.
199Live measurement of magnetic Northern LightsObservations of the magnetic field in Iceland. The Leirvogur magnetic observatory has been operated since 1957. The observatory measures variations in the magnetic field, both long- and short term changes. It is owned and operated by the Science Institute of the University of Iceland.
200Aurora Space WeatherNorthern LightsCurrent Auroral Oval
201SpaceWeather.comNorthern LightsAll about activity on sun
206Iceland PhotosPhotosPhotos from Icelandic High Land
207Road ConditionsRoadThere are potholes in the roads all over the country, so please drive carefully.
208SafeTravel.isSafetyAll about secure travel in iceland when driving, hiking etc. Put in your phonenumber to get latest information about eartquick, storm, volcano activity etc.
209TMSafetyBike Insurance in Iceland
210SjovaSafetyInsurance in Iceland
212RUSchoolReykjavik University
213STUDY IN ICELANDSchoolIceland offers great opportunities for higher education in seven highly qualified international academic programs across various fields. Icelandic institutes of higher education welcome applications sent by qualified students from all over the world.
214Icelandic gramaSchoolComplexity of the Icelandic language, here you have 16 different version of the single word "Hestur" or Horse!
215HagkaupShopShop chains with seasonal bike equipment
216Byko.isShopShop chains with seasonal bike equipment
217HusasmidjanShopShop chains with seasonal bike equipment
226Swimming PoolsSwimInndoor and outdoor swimming pools all around Iceland. Also some natural hotsprings.
227Dive.isSwimDiving in Iceland. Daily silfra snorkeling & diving tours come see the amazing silfra with us this winter
228SecretlagoonSwimThis naturally heated outdoor swimming pool is surrounded by lush grass and steaming geysers. It is a very relaxing and peaceful place. 
229BlueLagoonSwimThe Blue Lagoon is the most famous hot spring in Iceland. The mineral waters are an amazing milky blue, and the constant flow of freshwater means that the pool can be kept free from chlorine. The Blue Lagoon is very much a luxury experience, offering spa treatments and high-quality facilities. 
230Vök Baths & SpaSwimExperience the age-old Icelandic tradition of bathing in a natural geothermal pool. Vök Baths is located on the bank of Urriðavatn lake, only a few minutes from the town of Egilsstaðir.
231SkyLagoonSwimExperience the seven-step Sky Ritual. Blessed with geothermal heating and a stunning landscape, we Icelanders have long come to warm pools for relaxation and connection.
237IcelandGuide.isTravelGuides in Iceland
259National ParksTravelÞingvellir National Park, Snæfellsjökull National Park, Vatnajökull National Park
260TRAVEL AGENCIESTravelList of travel agencies holding licences pursuant to the Tourism Administration Act
261south.isTravelHornafjörður is a blooming community close to the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull in the southeastern part of Iceland. The district’s most densely populated area is Höfn. In this region, you are located at the base of Vatnajökull, and the scenery is breathtaking. Vatnajökull National Park, the largest national park in Europe, is situated in the community. In the last few decades, tourism has grown enormously and has, in fact, become a major economic sector in the community. Diverse services are provided, including hotels, camping sites, restaurants, shops, swimming pools, golf courses, marked hiking trails, and various museums, such as a maritime museum, two national park visitor centers, and the center of the great writer Þórbergur Þórðarson.
262northiceland.isTravelNorth of Iceland, nature etc.
263East.isTravelAusturland (East Iceland) is characterized by small villages, dramatic coastlines, narrow fjords, waterfalls and mountains. The nature is always close and the scenery is breathtaking. The destination offers outstanding outdoor experiences all year around. A great range of some of Europe’s best hiking trails, rugged and exciting highlands.
264visitreykjanes.isTravelThe Blue Lagoon is a health and geothermal spa on the Reykjanes Peninsula. Volcanic eruption in Reykjanes A volcanic eruption started in Mt. Fagradalsfjall on the 19th of March 2021 It lasted for six months and has been quiet until now. Earthquakes have started again and visitors are urged to take precautions and prepare well before visiting. Here you can find information about the eruption and answers to frequently asked questions.
265west.isTravelTours: Luxury Tours, ATV & Buggy Tours, Northern Ligths Tour, Hiking Tours - Hiking, Horse Activities, Sport Tours, Team Building and Incentive tours, Cave Exploring, Sea Angling, Whale Watching, Boat Tours, Kayak Tours / Paddleboarding, Bicycle Tours - Biking, Jeep- & Glacier Tours, Snowmobile & Snowcat Tours, Day Tours, Photo Tours, Seminars / Work shop. Activities: Wellness & Spa, Bird Watching, Golf Courses, Family & Fun Parks, Angling, Bicycle Rentals, Winter adventure, Mini-Zoo & Open farm, Shopping. Culture & Heritage: Museums, Exhibitions, History and Culture, Cultural Centres, Saga & Heritage, Crafts & Design
266To Do in ReykjavikTravelSee & do, Sights and attractions, Activities, Events, Festivals, Shopping, Museums and galleries, Eat & drink, Restaurants, Vegan/Vegetarian, Cafés, Bars & Nightlife, Where to stay, Hotels, Hostels, Guesthouses, Campgrounds, Plan your trip, Reykjavík - something for everyone, City Card, Trip ideas, Maps, City areas, Hafnarfjörður, Kópavogur, Garðabær, Mosfellsbær, Seltjarnarnes, Heiðmörk, Info, Covid-19, Practical Information, Getting to Reykjavik, History, News
271Weather Radar IcelandWeatherGood for flying, rain, snow observation
272Local Weather in IcelandWeatherLocal weather all around Iceland
273Belgingur.isWeatherWeather in Iceland Weather MAPS etc.
274yr.no NorwayWeatherWeather in Iceland Weather MAPS etc.
275Windy.com SouthWeatherProbably the Best Weather Animation you can get for Iceland
276Earth WeatherWeatherProbably the Best Weather Animation you can get for Iceland
277Weather each monthWeatherWhen traveling to Iceland you should bring along lightweight woolens, a sweater or cardigan, a rainproof (weatherproof) coat, and sturdy walking shoes. Travelers who are camping or heading into the interior will need warm underwear and socks, rubber boots, and a warm sleeping bag. Here is a sample packing list of items you should bring with you regardless of the time of year you‘re traveling: Fleece jacket/lightweight wool sweater, Rainproof/windproof jacket and rain pants, Waterproof and sturdy walking shoes with a good tread/grip, Gloves, scarf, and a hat (toque/beanie), Swimsuit and a towel, Thermal underwear, Warm socks (especially for winter and highlands travel), Rucksack or small backpack for daily essentials
278Mila Live from IcelandWebcamJökulsárlón, Vatnajökull, Akureyri, North Iceland, Greater Reykjavík area, Kverkfjöll, Reykjanes Peninsula, south-west, north-east, Stykkishólmur, western, Snæfellsnes peninsula, Húsavík
279ROAD WebCamsWebcamAround Iceland Web cams from Reykjavík, South-West Iceland, West Iceland, The Western fjords, North Iceland, North-East Iceland, East Iceland, South-East Iceland, South Iceland
280SkylineWebcamsWebcamLive Cams in Iceland - SkylineWebcams perfect for Northern Lights monitoring
281Apavatn - Northern LightsWebcamApavatn - Northern Lights Live cam. Observation of the Northern Lights on Lake Apavatn, Iceland
282Glacier Lagoon liveWebcamIceland - Jökulsárlón Live cam. Live View on the Jökulsárlón Glacier lagoon glaciers in Iceland
283Iceland WebcamsWebcamWeb cams. Although Iceland is located just outside the Arctic Circle, the Gulf Stream allows it to enjoy a temperate climate, with windy, mild winters and cool, humid summers, due to its high latitude and marine influence.
284MidhusWebcamMidhus Hvolsvollur web cam good to monitor in the evening when watching northenr lights
285Eldey Island webcamWebcamEldey is a small island about 10 miles (16 km) off the coast of the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwest Iceland. Located west-southwest of Reykjavík, the island of Eldey covers an area of about 3 hectares (7.4 acres), and rises to a height of 77 metres (253 ft). Its sheer cliffs are home to large numbers of birds, including one of the largest Northern Gannet colonies in the world, with around 16,000 pairs.
286Icelandic SweaterWoolAll About Lopapeysa the Icelandic Wool Sweater.