#ExtraordinaryIceland in our digital magazine

Thursday, 18th June 2015

Destination Specialist

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Did you know that 10% of Iceland’s population will publish a book in their lifetime? And that you won’t find either trains or a McDonald’s on this north Atlantic island? A land dominated by a plethora of natural wonders and fascinating cultural idiosyncrasies, we fell in love with this country over 30 years ago and today know this fabulously unique destination inside out.

Whether you’re looking to visit the land of fire and ice and want some travel inspiration, or perhaps you’re a past visitor looking to evoke fond memories, take a journey through our new magazine to discover just what makes Iceland extraordinary. Read online

Inside the magazine:

  • Northern lights vs midnight sun – take our poll
  • What’s on: events, festivals & when to travel
  • Iceland in pictures
  • Beyond Reykjavik – exploring the real Iceland
  • 6 authentic experiences not to be missed
  • Our favourite places for a dip
  • Tips on what to eat & where

 

“What an incredible time we had in Iceland. It’s such an amazing country. We couldn’t get enough of the people (utterly charming), history (completely fascinating) and geology (simply breathtaking).” – Georgina Cowens, Iceland Connoisseur self-drive

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