Where to get an extra dose of the good stuff in…

Akureyri, North Iceland. If you're looking for a little something extra when visiting the exquisite town of Akureyri, North Iceland, and the ice waters of the fjord, snow capped mystical mountains, historical museums, traditional restaurants, cultural churches, browse-worthy shops and superb sights haven't quite fulfilled your hunger on holiday, then fear not. Akureyri has one... Continue Reading →

Where to ski in…

Iceland. Winter holidays are always popular, whether going on a solo adventure, heading off on a romantically snowy getaway, or spending some quality family time on the slopes, skiing really is the perfect Winter activity for everyone, yet some destinations can be overlooked. European, Alpine or American winter breaks are very popular for several reasons,... Continue Reading →

Where to Stay in…

Akureyri, North Iceland. The town of Akureyri is known as 'The Capital of the North' as a result of it's bustling city-like atmosphere. With a population of over 18,000 people, it is no surprise that Akureyri is Iceland's second largest town after the city of Reykjavik. With numerous cosy cafes, browse worthy shops, magnificent sights,... Continue Reading →

Where to eat in..

Borgarfjörður Esytri, North-East Iceland. If you've taken the time to venture to Borgarfjorður Eystri, you'll already know that there's plenty of authentic Icelandic history and culture to enjoy, as well as traditional cuisine. In this article, I'm going to take you beyond the food in the bowl, and take you on a journey to discover the... Continue Reading →

Where to stay in…

Borgarfjordur Eystri, North-East Iceland.   Borgarfjordur Eystri is the name given to the area around a fjord in the the North-Eastern part of Iceland. The area mainly populated is a small, lesser known town called Bakkagerdi, of which there are around 80 inhabitants. The main economy in the area is fishing and tourism, although tourism... Continue Reading →

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