The August-September issue of Iceland Review magazine is just out. On the cover is the stunning Dynjandi waterfall in the West Fjords with the issue featuring a landscape photograph series from the region by the magazine’s editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson. Staying in the region, we...
The inaugural Cycle Music and Art Festival will take part in Kópavogur, in the Greater Reykjavík area, August 13-16.
American doughnut giant Dunkin’ Donuts is about to open its first branch in Iceland, on Laugavegur, downtown Reykjavík, at 9 am tomorrow. The news has been controversial and received mixed reactions.
The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police received an unusual callout shortly before 6:00 am yesterday: a seal pup was hanging out at Laugardalur camping ground. Some tourists had come across the pup on their morning walk.
Icelandic athletes at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, which closed on Sunday, brought home 13 medals: four gold, three silver and six bronze.
The Pirate Party is the most popular political party in Iceland for the fourth month in a row, according to the latest Gallup poll. Meanwhile, the Progressive Party-Independence Party coalition government has 36 percent support.
While many people return to work today after the long festival weekend, the good weather in the capital continues.
Iceland is currently in the grips of a tourism boom, an issue which Iceland Review regularly reports on. On Saturday, a total of 133 passenger jets landed at Keflavík International Airport, or roughly one per 11 minutes.