The Suðurnes police today posted on their Facebook page the story of tourists who had little luck using their GPS.
News 2016 - February
A new far-right political party is in the making, called the Icelandic National Front (Íslenska þjóðfylkingin).
A foreign tourist is seriously injured, following a rollover yesterday afternoon on Skógarströnd, between Stykkishólmur and Búðardalur, on Snæfellsnes peninsula.
The British rock band Muse has announced it will be coming to Iceland this summer to give a concert in Reykjavík on August 6.
According to updated projections by Isavia, the company which runs Keflavík International Airport, 6.7 million passengers will go through the airport this year, RÚV reports.
Following the drowning of a tourist at Reynisfjara beach near Vík í Mýrdal, South Iceland, earlier this month, authorities erected a second warning sign yesterday.
It may only be February, but signs of the country’s tourism boom were clearly visible along the Golden Circle today.
Yesterday, the Reykjavík District Court sentenced two men to three years in prison for robbing the Landsbanki branch in Borgartún, Reykjavík, at the end of December.