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  • Louise Jones
  • 01-02-2017 14:30:28

Iceland is home to festivals all year round, starting as early as February. This month brings music, lights, cocktails- sounds like the recipe for a perfect weekend. Light up the Midwinter Skies Starting tonight ( Thursday 2nd ) and carrying on until the 5th , the Winter Lights Festival is an awesome way to combat the dark midwinter in Iceland. February offers an average of 7 hours' daylight every day, but don't be discouraged by the early evenings- that only means...

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  • Louise Jones
  • 27-01-2017 16:25:15

Fancy sitting back and letting travel experts plan a break to suit your holiday plans? We're at the Destinations Travel Show 2-5 February and are looking forward to helping you plan your dream Iceland adventure. Taking place at the Olympia in London, we'll be offering holiday advice and up to date price lists for 2017/18 all weekend. Head to stand E131 to discuss holiday plans with our travel specialists who have first hand information on the best hotels, restaurants,...

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  • Louise Jones
  • 26-01-2017 14:14:12

Has anyone ever told you that Icelanders eat headcheese, liver sausages and fermented shark? It's not strictly true- you're not likely to find these "delicacies" at your average Icelandic restaurant for most of the year. Instead, Icelanders love succulent beef burgers, hearty steaks, varied vegetable dishes and freshly-caught fish (is it lunchtime in Reykjavik yet?). This all changes in midwinter, or Thorri . This is the coldest time of year in Iceland so what better way...

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  • Louise Jones
  • 09-01-2017 09:50:49

If you're based in London and would like an opportunity to talk with our Iceland travel experts, make a space in your diary to visit the Telegraph Travel Show this week. Taking place over 13-15 January (Friday-Sunday), we at All Iceland will be exhibiting breaks along with nearly 250 other exhibitors in the ExCel venue. Head to stand D11 to discuss holiday plans with our travel specialists who have first hand information on the best hotels, restaurants, excursions and tour...

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  • Louise Jones
  • 05-01-2017 12:52:31

The new year brought a fresh layer of snow to Reykjavik- guess we didn't have a "red Christmas" (no snowfall) after all! Don't let the limited hours of daylight fool you, there are still loads of exciting things to do in Iceland this January. Here are some of our top picks: Join a Thirteenth Night Bonfire Tonight (6th Jan) is the Thirteenth Night , or Þrettándinn in Icelandic. This is the official last evening of Christmas , where everybody has to tidy their decorations...

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