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Everything You Need to Know About Iceland’s Seasons

Iceland is incredibly beautiful and contrary to it's name, Iceland has 4 distinct seasons. But, they may not be what you'd expect, learn more here today!

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The Top 7 Rental Cars Made For Iceland Roads

Iceland’s roads weave through the picturesque country, taking travelers on a road-trip they’ll never forget. Vast volcanoes masquerading as mountains and steamy hot springs with mist that rises from the ground dot the country

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The 10 Best Restaurants in Iceland You Have to Try

You might expect a list of the 10 best Icelandic restaurants to center solely around Reykjavik. Visit today to learn the best lesser known places to eat!

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20 Fun Facts to Know About Iceland Before You Visit

Despite the welcoming, ruddy faces of the country’s folk, and how adventure-prone its geography is, Iceland has plenty of twists and turns that go way beyond its rugged roads.

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9 Essential Iceland Car Rental Tips You Need to Know

Renting a car in Iceland is the best way to see the beauties of this beautiful country. Read on to learn Lotus’s nine Iceland car rental tips you need to know!

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Everything You Need to Travel Iceland's Golden Circle

Iceland’s Golden Circle is an easy way to see the diverse, breathtaking landscape that the country has to offer. Use this guide from Lotus to plan your trip around the famous Golden Circle!

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New Keflavik Airport office location

We have moved our Keflavik airport office to a new location. Our new office is located at Blikavellir 3 and is in walking distance from Kefalvik Aiport. There is a shuttle bus that will shuttle our customers between the airport and our office.

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Iceland as Shooting Location

Among films shot in Iceland for the icy backdrops were “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” featuring Angelina Jolie. The scenes were shot at the famous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. Ice was also the focal point of the producers of “A View To A Kill” (1985), Roger Moore’s last James Bond film.

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On Ghostly Paths

The Deacon of Dark River (Djákninn á Myrká) takes place in Hörgárdalur, North Iceland, and is arguably the most famous Icelandic ghost story.

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Iceland as a Shooting Location

Considering Iceland’s unique nature, it will probably come as no surprise that numerous foreign productions for cinema as well as television have been shot in Icelandic locations, either partly or completely.

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