Most visitors arrive in Iceland via flight. Direct flights are available from several destinations throughout both Europe and North-America. There is a regular ferry schedule between Iceland and Europe, and several cruise ships make regular visits to Iceland. Learn more...
Icelandic culture is deeply rooted in ancient heritage. Literature has always been the cornerstone of Icelandic culture, from the ancient Sagas, to the works of the Nobel Laurate, Halldór Laxness, but all forms of arts are thriving in Iceland, from film and music to design and fine arts.
Positive business environment, abundance of competitively priced renewable energy, solid infrastructure, skilled workforce, minimum red tape and a range of incentives for new direct investments make Iceland an attractive location for a range of businesses. Learn more from Invest in Iceland.
The Icelandic horse is a special breed of horses that has evolved in isolation in Iceland from a now-extinct breed of Scandinavian work horses that came to Iceland with the first settlers in the ninth century. It has gained popularity around the world for its gentle disposition and friendly manner.