Minister of Industries and Innovation Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir hopes that work on projects ensuring tourist safety will begin as soon as possible.
A jewelry store, which has been operating on Laugavegur, downtown Reykjavík, since 1904, will be replaced by a tourist shop.
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.
Promote Iceland has just launched a new marketing effort called Iceland Academy―a web-based introduction to Iceland
A disagreement between landowners and business owners by Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon prevents them from putting up badly needed restroom facilities at the location.
In less than two months, there have been four fatal accidents involving foreign tourists in Iceland.
The South Iceland Police has just announced on its Facebook page that a man died this morning on Reynisfjara beach as he was caught by a wave.
Beginning May 13, WOW Air will offer service between Keflavík and Bristol, England, three times a week, year-round.
Icelandic travel planning and booking website TripCreator now offers users to plan trips to Ireland, as announced today. The company plans to add a third destination before the end of the year and other destinations across Europe and North America in 2016.
The travel agency Discover the World announced Wednesday that it would be offering direct flights between London Gatwick and Egilsstaðir, East Iceland, starting next year.
Comprehensive cooperation between authorities, municipalities, and the travel industry has been announced in a new policy for the travel industry.
A veteran of 50 years in hotel management worries about the lack of policy and thought in the tourism industry in Iceland.
A union leader in Akureyri, North Iceland, claims that last summer, dozens of cases came to his attention involving employees in the tourism industry being underpaid.