News Tagged with “Tourists doing strange things”

Árni Tryggvason is a guide, a SAR team member, a photographer and now a writer.

A new guide book for tourists on how to behave in Iceland

14 May "What, where and how," is a new and complete guidebook in English written for tourists by guide Árni Tryggvason who bases the book on his extensive experience.

The Laxárbakki hotel in West Iceland where the incident occurred.

Iceland police make tourists spotted urinating outside hotel pick up toilet paper

11 Apr The West Iceland police report an incident on their Facebook page of having to interfere when they spotted four women urinating just outside the Laxárbakki hotel.

This photo of a pooping tourist caused quite a stir yesterday.

Pooping tourist "Mainly broke manner rules" says local police

6 Apr Police believe the tourist probably broke Icelandic law and the local district council say they need funding for more public toilets.

The man decided to poo at the post box. He just smirked when the farmer told him it was disgusting.

Icelandic farmer outraged as tourist poops next to postbox

5 Apr Farmer Þorkell Daníel Eiríksson in Fljótsdalur, South Iceland, was less than pleased at the sight of a tourist with his pants down doing a number two at the farm's post box in the driveway. He has had enough of tourists pooping wherever they please in Iceland

The latest tourist craze in Reykavik began on Tuesday, building these things on the shoreline.

Tourists build cairns next to Harpa concert hall for no apparent reason

16 Feb Cairns, man-made piles of stones have been making a rapid appearance on the shoreline below Harpa concert hall and conference centre at the heart of Reykjavik. Tourists began building them on Tuesday and since then they're multiplying very fast.

Cars stopped along a snowy, icy highway.

Tourists park in middle of Iceland highways - "accidents waiting to happen"

1 Feb A video was shared on a tour operator Facebook site last weekend showing tourists stopping cars on the highway to look at horses or other sights.

Currency

USD USD 100.26 EUR EUR 112.47
GBP GBP 128.91 DKK DKK 15.11
NOK NOK 11.97 SEK SEK 11.56
CHF CHF 103.32 JPY JPY 0.90

Opinion

María Erian Guðmundsdóttir

What it means to visit back home

by María Erian Guðmundsdóttir

Sóley Björk Guðmundsdóttir

Iceland’s love affair with liquorice

by Sóley Björk Guðmundsdóttir

Sóley Björk Guðmundsdóttir

Unity and agony

by Sóley Björk Guðmundsdóttir

Dr. Gunni

Bloody tourists!

by Dr. Gunni

Most Popular

Zeitgeist

events