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Five Great Reasons to stop by in Iceland in February
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The town of Akureyri, with a population of around 18.600, is often called The Capital of North of Iceland. The town is on the west side of the inland end of the fjord Eyjafjörður. Surrounded by mountains, Akureyri is a popular tourist destination all year round.
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A glimpse of Secret Solstice music festival
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Whether you’re here on an extended layover or for a fully-fledged vacation, making a rough outline of priorities will ensure you maximize your time—while leaving room for the spontaneous.
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10 Days Exploring Southern Iceland Written by Kate Holthouser for Icelandair Hotels. Regardless of where one hangs their hat in Iceland, you’re guaranteed to experience things to write home about. But one area of the country that really stuns is the south.
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An American in Iceland: Notes from a Field Journal Written by Kate Holthouser for Icelandair Hotels
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Icelandic baked goods deserve a blog of their own. (Truly…going carb free is damn hard over here.) The capital area alone has over 20 bakeries and almost every small town a bakery of their own. We even have a special traffic information sign.
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Icelanders plain and simple just love festivals. Throughout the year there are many festivals and events held all over the country. Whether it be a music, activity or simply camping together. And for some the music and art scene is the biggest draw. Iceland offers anything from one-venue happenings to impressive multi-venue festivals where on show there are along with Icelandic talents often performances by international acts and artists. This is also a lovely way to meet the locals who especially in the smaller towns are very involved with the festival and proud to share the experience with their visitors. The summer ahead is no different. Here you have a little sneak peek on what Iceland has to offer this year.
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