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We fought for our right to party!

Beer was illegal in Iceland for most of the 20th Century and the prohibition finally ended on March 1, 1989. This is why Icelanders celebrate Beer Day on March 1st. (We had to fought for our right to party!)

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Quirky winter traditions

Want to learn about some quirky and delicious Icelandic winter traditions held in February like Bun Day, Blast Day and Ash Wednesday?

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Turf houses

Have you ever wonder how an isolated community, living in harsh conditions, without an easy access to metal goods would build their homes?

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Imagine Piece Tower

In 1967 John Lennon asked Yoko Ono to create a piece tower for him in their backyard. She apparently never got to it back then, however 40 years later she did, just not in her backyard, but in Reykjavík Iceland.

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BERRY SEASON

You may have heard Icelanders talk about ‘Berjamó’ with great enthusiasm lately. Learn all about Berjamó...

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Tripadvisor Travelers' Choice Award

Getting an award is always such a treat and we are so fortunate since we not only received one award, but two when our hotel and restaurant received the ever so hard to get Tripadvisor Travelers´ Choice Award. We can't be more proud!

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DRIVING IN SNÆFELLSNES

The Snæfellsnes Peninsula’s decorum has been shaped by volcanic ash and glacier erosion. It is home to a majestic nature and a rich culture. Here's how you can get there.

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