An Icelandic family traveling in the West Fjords spotted an unusual creature near the bird cliff Látrabjarg yesterday.
European interior ministers from 32 EU and EFTA states met in Brussels over the weekend, and on Monday came to an agreement on an intra-Europe refugee redistribution plan, which will affect the lives of over 32,000 people who have been displaced due to unrest in the Middle East and North Africa...
This coming September 15, award-winning English R&B pop-star Jessie J will take the stage in Laugardalshöll. The concert is part of her ongoing Sweet Talker Tour, which began in January.
In recent weeks several reports of tourists staying overnight in a variety of parking lots and other public spaces around the country, have received significant attention.
Imagine buying a scoop of ice cream from a sales clerk who can not only tell you where the milk came from, but from which cow.
Garðar Ólafsson, student at the Icelandic Film School, recently published Powerful Iceland—a short film featuring both time-lapse and drone footage of stunning Icelandic landscapes.
“We sell a lot of water, regular tapwater,” Guðmundur Hafsteinsson, store manager of the 10-11 express supermarket in Austurstræti, told Morgunblaðið yesterday.
The past weekend was exceptionally cold throughout all of Iceland. Sharp winds ravaged the Western coast, while snowfall and hail hit the East and South.