Food in Iceland is an expensive proposition. Click through to find out where we ate in Reykjavík and what we liked best about the Iceland food scene!
This may have been my favorite day in Iceland. I didn’t know how Luke felt about horses, but I did know how heartbroken I’d feel if I left Iceland without riding one of those fluffy, fluffy creatures. So, I booked a package with Íslenski Hesturinn called Horses and Beers. It comprises a tour of the Reykjavík lava fields Read more!
What do you want after you’ve spent 5-6 hours on an amazingly cramped airbus, and another two hours being subjected to airport bureaucracy and rental car insanity?
To relax. You want to relaaaaax.
Handy, then, that the Blue Lagoon is pretty much on the way from Keflavik airport to Reykjavik.
Let’s just get this out there early on: one week isn’t long enough to feel like you’ve experienced everything Iceland has to offer. But from horseback riding, to adventures on multiple coasts, this is how we spent our amazing week in this unique city!