At Reykjavik’s Food and Fun festival this year, 17 restaurants are taking part, with master chefs competing for the coveted annual “Food & Fun Chef Of The Year” award.
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On your Iceland holiday relax at the Laugarvatn Fontana spa, located on the Golden Circle route which features saunas and pools.
On Öskudagur (Ash Wednesday) the streets of Reykjavik fill with witches, wolves, pirates and Pippi Longstockings – children in costume making their way from door to door singing for sweets.
Exploding Day in Iceland sees everyone filling up (to bursting point!) on a delicious salted meat and split pea soup.
On Bolludagur, or Bun Day, Icelandic children wake early to hit their parents with a ‘bun bat’ yelling “Bun! Bun! Bun!”
Hallgrimskirkja on fire, swimming and skiing to music, Peter and the Wolf, a Lego wonderland, Voices Off photo exhibition – it’s all on at the Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival.
A record number of travellers came to Iceland in January to enjoy the snow, skiing, northern lights and other Icelandic winter delights.