Reykjavik has got a lot of fabulous restaurants but the price tag is often way too high. Here's a helpful article if you are looking for a decent restaurant in the capital without having to break the bank.
Road tripping in Iceland on a tight budget is easier than you think, especially if you decide to camp along the way instead of spending your money on hotels. This article offers useful tips on how to save money while travelling in Iceland.
Eating out in Reykjavík is a great experience but it can also empty out your wallet pretty quickly. If you have access to a kitchen you should definitely consider cooking "at home". Here's a guide to Reykjavik's supermarkets and grocery stores.
It is absolutely possible to save some money on rental cars and hitchhike your way around Iceland instead. It's also a nice way to get to know the locals better. Here's a blog post on hitchhiking in Icelnad.
Paying attention to statues and other outdoor art while travelling can be a great way to learn about the history and the culture of the place that you are visiting. Here are some of Reykjavik's greatest outdoor statues.
No matter what day it is, there is always a great chance that you’ll find an exciting music event in Reykjavik during your stay. We chose some fantastic ongoing music events in the city that you should definitely check out when you are in town.
Autumn leaves are not a common sight in Iceland, but there are a few great options. Most people go to Thingvellir, a national park rich in history and tourists, but the alternative is Heiðmörk which is closer to Reykjavik.
Eating out in Iceland is usually an expensive experience. Anyhow, there are good restaurants that serve reasonably priced food. Here's an article on the top four budget-friendly restaurants in Reykjavik.
Most people that travel to Iceland don’t make long stops in Reykjavík. If you can tear your eyes from the beautiful mountains surrounding the city, you will notice that downtown Reykjavík is literally covered with outdoor art.
Although some might consider Snæfellsnes peninsula nothing but a detour on the traditional Ring-road road trip, it is well worth exploring. The region is a favorite amongst many Icelanders due to its magical and diverse landscape.
This blogger explains in detail how much money she spent in Iceland and on what. I think it gives you a good idea about prices in Iceland and helps you figure out how to plan your budget before visiting Iceland.
The Reykjanes Peninsula is mostly known for being a home to the Keflavik International Airport and the Blue Lagoon. Nevertheless, there is an abundance of interesting attractions in the area that most tourists dismiss. Here's a guide to some of them.
Seljavallalaug is the first swimming pool that was built in Iceland. The pool, which is located near Seljalandsfoss in South Iceland and filled with warm geothermal water, is still relatively undiscovered by tourists.
There are several hiking routes around Skaftafell, Vatnajokull National Park, and each has it’s own appeal. In Skaftafell you are guaranteed to have a memorable hike, and here are some of our favorite routes.
The Seljavallalaug swimming pool is often overlooked by tourists despite being very close to the ring road. This blog posts offers information on this truly unique pool and a detailed map with directions how to get there.
Tourist traps aren't very common in Iceland but there are certain things that tourists need to look out for (bottled water, expensive grocery stores and "fake" beer, to name a few). Here's a list of Iceland's tourist traps.
While this article is in Icelandic (sorry), the map within the article is one of the best ones we've found about places near Reykjavik which are good for Northern lights spotting. The map was created by a local, Árni Tryggvason.
If you are travelling to Iceland in the winter chances are high that you are going to see some northern lights dancing up in the sky. Here's an informative article on where it's best to see them and how to photograph them.
There are loads of hot springs in Iceland you can bathe in. The Blue Lagoon might be the most famous one but there are many more options. Most of them do not have an entrance fee so it is well worth it to do some research.
Here's a list of eight attractions near the renowned Golden Circle that are mostly overlooked by travellers. If you are driving yourself, these destinations are well worth a little detour from the usual Golden Circle route.
There is so much more that South Iceland has to offer other than the Blue Lagoon and the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon. If you want to experience something more unique, this article might help you to find the right places to visit.