Icelandic people turn towards more innovation

Iceland’s economy may be struggling, but regular Icelanders are trying to find new ways to fend for themselves and their families. Innovation centres have been formed in many towns and the low value of the Icelandic krona helps exporting companies. Some years ago, many firms in Iceland had to watch as ... Read More...

Iceland looks to biogas, electric cars for sustainable transport

Japanese automakers Mitsubishi and Toyota along with the Chinese BYD Auto will be presenting their green car solutions in Iceland at the third annual Driving Sustainability international gathering of decision makers in Reykjavik September 14th and 15th. The price of imported petrol and diesel to power Iceland’s 200,000 cars has nearly ... Read More...

ACI ranks Keflavik International Airport first class

The Airports Council International surveys the quality and passenger services of 127 different major international airports. There are some 30 different aspects of customer service which are included in the survey. In the latest quarterly report, Keflavik International Airport in Iceland maintains its first class standing, providing exceptional passenger services. ... Read More...

Enjoy more culture with Reykjavik center hotels

There is nowhere more full of life and culture in Iceland than the centre of Reykjavik and visitors to the city have more freedom and more fun by finding accommodation in the very heart of town. And rarely is that more true than right now. Center Hotels is a chain of ... Read More...

Reykjavik Gay Pride rocked Iceland

Reykjavik’s eleventh Gay Pride event is now a mere memory, and there are a whole twelve months to wait until it happens all over again. But although Pride is over, Iceland does not forget about it. Around 80,000 people converged on central Reykjavik on Saturday to enjoy the eleventh annual Reykjavik ... Read More...