Into the heart of Iceland- a tale of angry nature and herrings

I had the chance to tour Iceland for two weeks in 2016 and discovered a country steeped in culture and tradition.  From angry volcanoes to small, once booming, fishing towns: join me on a trip to some of the small museums in Iceland and discover the personal stories behind some of Iceland’s most important events.  Eyjafjallajökull visitor centre It’s cold but sunny as I pull over at the Eyjafjallajökul visitor centre, about 7 km outside Skógar. Nothing reminds me of the Continue Reading

The perfect itinerary for a 2 week roadtrip in Iceland

“You’re going to Iceland for two whole weeks!? What will you do there?” a colleague of mine asked. Still considered a cold and tiny island “somewhere in the sea”, few people are aware of its sheer size. You see, Iceland is not like any other country, where the main cities are connected by motorways and driving is pure bliss. No, in Iceland, prepare yourself for gravel roads, weather conditions that slow you down and the beauty of the place that will make you want to stop literally at Continue Reading

Ten things you should know before going to Iceland

Iceland is the new hype in travel-land! Thanks to cheaper flights and free stop-overs the country has known a real boom in tourism! I couldn’t stay indifferent either to the gorgeous pics of jaw-dropping waterfalls, photogenic puffins and empty roads, so off I went on a 2-week adventure to the land of fire and ice! I read up a lot beforehand, but there were a few things I didn’t quite expect.  To better prepare YOUR trip, here are: Ten invaluable travel tips for Iceland! 1.Rent a car Yes, Continue Reading