Iceland is beautiful all year round, but many activities are season-related. It's easier to decide when to travel if you know what you expect to see and to do. This short guide will help you choose when to travel to Iceland - in summer or winter.
With average July temperatures of 10°C (50°F), summer is a relative term in Iceland. Find out what to wear and what to pack for Iceland in summer and travel well prepared. Save now, read before you travel!
Ever wanted to visit Iceland but are afraid of the costs? Fear not! When I visited I didn't have the money to be splurging, but used these tips to keep my costs low. Now with budget airlines flying to Reykjavik, anyone should be able to enjoy this beautiful country.
Like many natives of Reykjavik, you'll want to escape to a spare stylish holiday cottage in the quiet countryside. Many of these houses dot isolated lava fields—striking land blanketed in moss, heather, and blueberry bushes. Soak in a naturally heated hot tub overlooking a distant volcano. Buy local lamb or seafood and dine in instead of eating at one of Iceland's notoriously expensive restaurants.
With average July temperatures of 10°C (50°F), summer is a relative term in Iceland. Find out what to wear and what to pack for Iceland in summer and travel well prepared. Pin it now, read before you travel!