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Taste of the best up north...

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On this tour, you'll get to hike in the beautiful nature of West Iceland and taste the best of Iceland's tradional cuisine.
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Looking for a good spot in Reykjavik to have lunch? In this article, I've selected some Reykjavik restaurants that won't disappoint you.
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Being a native Icelandic foodie, living in San Francisco, I couldn't help noticing recently that TripAdvisor's restaurant rankings for Reykjavik are pretty bad. So, I figured I would share my alternative top ten list of restaurants in Reykjavik.
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The best way to start a day in Reykjavík? With a kleina, snúður, or flatkaka. This guide to local bakeries highlights some of the best places to find Icelandic breads and pastries.
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If you are a foodie like me and are looking for a something beyond the traditional Golden Circle tour, this experience is right on. You can't go wrong with some gourmet tastings of local delicacies along the way.
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A must-read for foodies that want to explore the culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina through its cuisine.
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At the cheese school, you get the chance to learn about Icelandic cheeses and the authentic skyr. Lunch is included.
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Eimverk Distillery is the only whiskey distillery in Iceland. It's possible to arrange a visit, the distillery is located in Gardabær, close to Reykjavik.
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It's great to get to know Iceland's delicacies at restaurants but it's even better to learn about Icelandic food traditions by cooking the food yourself.
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Visit a local micro brewery in Iceland, get to know everything about the process of beer making while you get to try some of the best local brews with a great food pairing.
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OMNOM is one of Iceland's most prominent chocolate producers. OMNOM's chocolate is made from high quality organic cocoa beans, raw cane sugar and Icelandic milk. Chocolate-lovers have no excuse not adding this tasty tour to their Reykjavik itinerary!
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If you're headed to Iceland, you better try some of the delicious (and some not as) local authentic and traditional food. This article focuses on four really awesome things we love and urge you to try!
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Bosnian traditional food may not be best option for vegetarians, see why that is...
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Here are some of the most popular local dishes you have to try, while in Bosnia and Herzegovina!
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Don’t miss out trying some popular sweet flavors while visiting Bosnia.
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Travel websites are often used as first-choice source for travelers taking a trip to destinations they know little about. In this article we focus on Sarajevo’s most popular places to eat, according to TripAdvisor.
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If you love great food and want to know more about Iceland's incredible cuisines with fun, hungry and curious travelers this is the tour for you!
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Join us for a culinary adventure in a local farm in Skagafjörður. You can choose from surf or turf tours.
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Your stay in Iceland won't be complete unless you try at least one of these delicacies!
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Beer was prohibited in Iceland until 1989, but since then the beer-culture has been blossoming. Craft beer has been gaining popularity the past years and is sold in many bars.
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Few solid ideas for great countryside restaurants in Iceland if you're looking for some great local options outside of Reykjavik.
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Here's an inspiring blog posts that will make foodies order a plane ticket to Reykjavik right away.
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When I'm in Reykjavik, I tend to work from various coffee shops in the city. I also like to mix things up a little bit and not always work from the same place.
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Uštipci are basically balls of fried dough. Whether savoury or sweet, they are popular throughout the Western Balkans in many different varieties.
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The café culture in Sarajevo is inseparable part of how people interact each day and it is an intrinsic part of the Balkan culture.
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When exploring the city of Sarajevo, especially Old Town, you shouldn't miss out on the delicious and popular 'street treats'. Check this article to find out which of those are 'must try'!
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Iceland is truly the foodie's paradise, abundant with fresh seafood, meat and not to mention the world famous "skyr". Here's an inspiring blog post about Iceland's food culture.
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If you are looking for some of the freshest - and claimed best by many - langoustine in Iceland, you should definitely stop by at Höfn on the southeast corner.
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The micro brewery and craft beer scene in Iceland has been growing fast in the past few years. Here are a few great ones to try out.
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Here's a brief review of some traditional meals you must try during your stay in Bosnia.
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This is a wonderful article by the food writer David Lebovitz, I think his selection of the most interesting bakeries in Reykjavik is spot on. If you want to indulge on Icelandic baked goods during your stay, here's all you need to know.
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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.
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Icelanders are known to be very keen on all kinds of snacks, candy and quick bites. Here's an article about the best authentic snacks you can get in Iceland. They are all yummy, we promise!
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Bosnian cuisine is be mostly based on meat, but vegetarians still can choose from a variety of delicious and cheap traditional veggie dishes.
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There is a long tradition of wine making in the region of Herzegovina. Today, there are about 20 wineries in the town of Trebinje that have made a significant step forward when it comes to wine tourism in the country.
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Visit a local farm in the Eastfjords of Iceland and try some home-grown vegetables.
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I agree with this blogger's selection of the best food spots in Reykjavik. The photos featured in the blog post are amazing too – everything looks delicious!
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Few awesome choices to dine and wine while in Reykjavik!
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Iceland is known for bizarre food: fermented shark, lamb's testicles and other peculiar delicacies. Luckily, most of the food you'll find in supermarkets and restaurants is more "normal".
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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.
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Are you a vegan travelling to Reykjavik? Read this review of Reykjavik's only all vegan restaurant by the bloggers Lauren and Justin.
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Excellent list of bars in Reykjavik if you're looking for a trendy cocktail places, microbreweries or the most hip bars in this bustling city.
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Want to learn the basics about local food in Iceland? Read about local food including Skyr, Minke Whale, Hot Dogs, Sheep's Head, Lamb, Puffins and Pancakes.
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Set in a picturesque valley beside a gently flowing river we found Trebinje; a small and unassuming kind of town and the heart of Bosnia’s wine region.
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Experience Icelandic wild nature, get to drive a jeep yourself and end the day in the first and only beer spa in Iceland.
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Get to know traditional Icelandic cuisine by visiting farms in the beautiful Hvalfjordur fjord on this fabulous tour!
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Friðheimar is a wonderful organic vegetable farm, focusing on tomatoes. Inside the greenhouse there is a fabulous restaurant which is open during lunchtime. Friðheimar is located very close to the attractions of the Golden Circle Route.
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Eating is an essential part of a good vacation and it's also a way to get to know the culture of each place a little better. Here's a list of a few irresistible Icelandic treats you should absolutely try during your stay.
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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.
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Icelanders have a deep affection for coffee. As a result, there are a lot of places in the city where you can get high quality coffee. Here's a list of the 5 best places in Reykjavik to get your daily dose of caffein.
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Eating out in Reykjavik is generally quite expensive. There are nevertheless a few great options for good street food that are also budget-friendly.
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The tap water in Iceland is as clean and pure as you could imagine. Why waste your time and money on buying bottled water, that is basically the same water you'd get from the tap?
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Do you want to get familiar with some Icelandic Christmas traditions? Then it's a good start to learn about the traditional Icelandic Christmas food.
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A few great options to explore local and authentic Icelandic cuisine, focused on smaller local gems both in the capital and the countryside.
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Berry picking is probably not on top of most visitors's to-do list. However, you'll find many locals picking berries in the fall and its a unique activity.
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Few great ideas for good bars to check out in and around Reykjavik.
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The fact that Iceland has a high number of excellent restaurants does surprise many travellers. Here's a great article about the créme de la créme of Iceland's gourmet restaurants and street food.
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Iceland celebrates the Carnival right before the 40 day Easter fast. Although most people have given up the habit of staying abstinent to meat or fish during this time of year, the tradition of celebrating Carnival lives on.
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Thorrablot is a big event in Iceland that takes place in January each year. The Thorrablot is basically a great feast where people come together and eat traditional Icelandic food—which is by some considered the strangest food in the world.