Iceland offers unique Christmas shopping break

As the final shopping weekend before Christmas is soon approaching, the pressure of gift buying becomes more stressful. Jet setters are now combining Christmas shopping with relaxing holiday breaks in order to reduce this tension. Iceland, due to its festive setting and wide array of shops, is fast becoming the ... Read More...

Fresh fish and sushi in the heart of Reykjavik

Iceland is known for it’s fresh fish and seafood; historically the country’s economy has revolved around the fish industry. Traditionally, Icelandic fish is cooked, eaten fresh, or preserved by salting, smoking and fermenting. However, sushi cooking and dining is becoming more and more popular across the globe, Iceland being no ... Read More...

Experience a white christmas in Iceland

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, Iceland is this year’s perfect unique location for a magical snowy winter. Iceland’s spectacular landscape of snow-covered mountains and fresh, crisp sea air is the ideal environment for someone seeking a different Christmas experience. Iceland, otherwise known as ‘the land of fire and ice’, also ... Read More...

Iceland proves ideal location for Verne Global data-centre

Verne Global, a wholesale data-centre hosting company, has searched the world for a location offering cheap power, easy cooling and reliable communications - Iceland’s unlimited renewable energy, cool temperatures and soon-to-be four transoceanic cables proves to be the ideal environment. Verne Global has decided to set up their headquarters at the ... Read More...

Library of Science and Technology initiated in Iceland

New research project, The Icelandic Book Drive, is soon to establish a Library of Science, Engineering and Technology in Iceland. The Keilir Institute of Technology (KIT) has recently announced its ambition to establish a top research library focusing on science, engineering, technology, renewable energy and entrepreneurship at the Asbru Enterprise Park ... Read More...