Silfra is a popular tourist attraction.

Silfra Could Receive up to 76,000 a Year

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Hallgrímskirkja church tower.

Hallgrímskirkja Church Tower Reopens

28 May After being closed for more than a month, Hallgrímskirkja church tower opened again this morning.

Horse farmer Hörður offers the highest Airbnb-rated recreational experience in Iceland.

Popular Recreation Offered by the Locals

25 May Recreation offered by the locals is becoming more and more popular in Iceland.

From the scene of the accident.

Bus Accident in South Iceland: Four Seriously Injured

17 May A bus accident in South Iceland yesterday left four people seriously injured.

Tourists are generally very pleased with their stay in Iceland, according to a travel industry expert.

Price and Quality Must Go Together

29 Apr Tourists who visit Iceland are generally very pleased with their stay, a travel industry expert reports, even though Iceland is among the world’s most expensive destinations.

Park rangers and rescue workers, ready to put up a fence.

Hot Spring Area Fenced Off

30 Jul The hot spring area by Brennisteinsalda volcano, within the Fjallabak Nature Reserve in the southern highlands of Iceland, is being fenced off to protect it from pedestrian traffic.

Those who stay five or more nights are generally happier with their trip than others.

Australians Happiest of Tourists

26 Jul Australians were the happiest group of tourists in Iceland in June, according to the so-called Tourist Pulse, a cooperative project between Gallup, Isavia and the Icelandic Tourist Board.

There are plenty of tourists in Iceland in February despite the cold and snow.

Why do tourists visit Iceland in February?

19 Feb 2018 This weekend's edition of Morgunblaðið published interviews with tourists visiting Iceland to find out what on earth they are doing in Iceland in stormy, cold February!

Our journalist spoke to tourists walking the streets of Reykjavik yesterday and asked for their opinion on Iceland.

Prices and weather what bothers tourists in Iceland the most

29 Jun 2017 Price and cold weather were what bothered tourists our journalist got a hold of the most. Aside from that, all of them were really pleased with their visit and spoke of friendly locals and magnificent nature.

Next to this wall is a popular spot for going to the toilet, it would seem, on the way to or from the airport.

Tourists poop in picnic area near airport

26 Aug 2016 It has been increasingly noted by coach drivers in Reykjanes that a popular picnic spot near Keflavik International Airport is being used as a toilet by tourists.

Note to tourists: Don't go rowing on Lake Mývatn.

Tourist fined for sailing on Iceland's Lake Mývatn

14 Jun 2016 A tourist was stopped by police when he was rowing on a boat on Lake Mývatn in North Iceland and fined.




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