Figuring out your packing list for Iceland in winter may seem a bit daunting, but we’ve listed everything you will need to ensure you are comfortable and prepared for the Icelandic elements.
Iceland is an amazing country, with so many things to see and do. Chances are, you’ll be basing yourself in Reykjavik, the country’s capital and only official city. But don’t rush off; spend a day in Reykjavik!
If you’re wondering where to eat in Copenhagen, we highly recommend “mother.” This Italian restaurant in the old meatpacking district is famous for its wood-fired Napoli style pizza, as well as other great food and wine options.
Doing Iceland on a budget? With its futuristic sleeping pods, Galaxy Pod Hostel offers its guests modern amenities at affordable prices.
Grotta Lighthouse is a small lighthouse at the north-westernmost point of Reykjavik, Iceland. Located on the Seltjarnarnes peninsula, it’s a perfect place to enjoy the outdoors, go for a walk, or do some bird watching.
Street art in Reykjavik, Iceland is growing in popularity. Here are a few of our favorite pieces from our time exploring the city.