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Renting an Electric Car in Iceland

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to drive an electric car? If you’re looking into hiring a car in Iceland, it’s a great opportunity to try out an electric vehicle and experience the benefits for yourself.

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Living in Iceland: Pros & Cons

You know what it’s like: you’re a couple of days into your holiday, feeling relaxed and happy and starting to find your feet in a new city or country. You like it so much you start to wonder ‘could I live here?’. Whether you’re seriously considering emigrating or you’re just curious about what real, day-to-day life in Iceland is like, this guide is for you.

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Exploring Stuðlagil Canyon: The Best Of Iceland's Basalt Columns

It’s no secret that Iceland is home to some of the most spectacular natural landscapes in the world. Most people know about the stunning black sand beaches, but the recently discovered Stuðlagil Canyon, located in the Jökuldalur Valley in East Iceland, is one of the country’s true hidden gems.

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A Guide to the Icelandic Language

If you’ve booked a trip to Iceland, one of the first things you might want to do is learn about the language you’ll be speaking. From intricate tongue twisters to simple place names, the Icelandic language really does make every word look and sound beautiful. This archaic language is steeped in glorious history, yet it’s still considered one of the hardest languages to learn.

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Iceland Ecotourism: Sustainable Tourism In Iceland

With its glaciers, volcanoes and hot springs, ​​Iceland is a country that is known for its stunning landscapes and pristine environment. As a result, it has become a popular destination for what is known as ecotourism. Ecotourism is a form of sustainable tourism that focuses on the natural environment and its conservation.

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Everything You Need To Know About Driving On The F-Roads In Iceland

If you’re planning on getting off the beaten path in Iceland and taking your rental car into the highland region, you’ll have to traverse a number of designated highland roads known as F-Roads.

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The Complete Guide To Currency In Iceland

Iceland is a country of many wonders and unique charms, and another thing unique to Iceland is their national currency. It is actually the second smallest country by population, after the Seychelles, to have its own currency and monetary policy.

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The Complete Guide To Rental Car Insurance In Iceland

Choosing the right rental car can be hard enough, but knowing which rental car insurance you need in Iceland can be even more difficult. Due to Iceland’s unique geological landscape and unpredictable climate, people visiting Iceland from abroad often find it hard to understand the various levels and options of insurance cover offered to them when renting a car, and more importantly, which ones they need.

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Off The Beaten Path: The Best Of Iceland's Hidden Gems

Are you looking to get off the beaten path and explore the best of Iceland’s untouched hidden gems but not sure where to find them? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with this guide.

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Where To Find The Best Fast Food In Reykjavik

Craving some fast food in Iceland after a long day of exploring? When people think of Iceland, they think of the stunning natural landscapes, amazing wildlife, and bitterly cold winters. Unlike many European countries that have at least one popular dish to their name, Iceland does not pride itself first and foremost on its cuisine.

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