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September 6, 2018
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BUSINESS/SHOPPING/BANKING HOURS Office hours are generally 09:00-17:00. Shopping hours are Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00, Sat from 10:00 to 13:00/14:00/15:00 or 16:00. Some supermarkets are open to 23:00 seven days a week or even 24 hours in the largest towns. Banking hours are Mon-Fri 09:15-16:00.   CURRENCY EXCHANGE The Icelandic monetary unit the “króna“. Coins are in denominations...
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Until recently, Icelandic food used to mean fish and lamb, potatoes and canned or frozen vegetables. Thankfully the country has moved on since then and is now a centre for excellent cuisine. If you’re looking to try a few typically Icelandic goodies, try hangikjöt (smoked lamb to eat in sandwiches), skýr – a delicious high-protein...
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HERE ARE OUR TIPS FOR WHAT TO PACK FOR A TRIP TO ICELAND Pack for activities first!  Start by studying your itinerary to see what you’ll be doing on your trip to Iceland. Most outdoor activities (horseback riding, caving, hiking, glacier walking, etc.) will require basically the same gear (with the outfitter providing any specialized gear that’s...
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FACTS ABOUT NORTHERN LIGHTS IN ICELAND The northern lights occur in the northern hemisphere from mid-September to mid-April but are only visible when the sky is clear and free of clouds. The northern lights, also called Aurora Borealis, can only be seen when there are Dark nights (it is not possible to see the northern...
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