We’re going to be upfront with you right from the off: if you’re looking for pearly white beaches and blistering hot sun, you might want to look elsewhere. Even slap bang in the middle of summer, Icelandic temperatures struggled to surpass the 20°C mark. If, however, you’re looking for breathtaking scenery, including glaciers and frozen lava tunnels, then you’re in absolutely the right place. Much of the northern European country was sculpted from a mixture of ice and volcanic rock, creating a landscape unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Continue reading The Best of this Year’s Secret Solstice Festival in Iceland
Notable literature and a study-abroad course took 20 students in Creative Writing 395 — “Norwegian Literature From Trolls to Thor, Ibsen and Noir” — through remarkable reads and stunning sights in Norway and Iceland. Continue reading Literature, Norway, Iceland Offer Students ‘Incredible Experience’
Iceland’s largest online marketplace is to expand the number of drones it flies across the country’s capital, Reykjavik. Continue reading Iceland Expands Food Delivery by Drone in Reykjavik
Being Boring – International Art in Reykjavík´s Living Art Museum
The Living Art Museum (Nýló) will open Being Boring, an exhibition about boredom at Nýló’s project space Núllið (zero).
Want to Go to a Concert Inside An Icelandic Volcano?
If you’re looking for a unique way to celebrate the summer solstice, head to Iceland to party inside a volcano.
See Iceland’s Full Eurovision Line-Up
The contenders for the final of Söngvakeppnin 2016 – the preselection event to choose Iceland’s entry for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest – were chosen.
Secret Solstice 2016
The Secret Solstice’s third edition is set for June 2016, in the center of Iceland’s capital city Reykjavík, held over the summer solstice weekend.