- What can you buy at Iceland airport?
- How much money should I bring to Iceland?
- How much is a cup of coffee in Iceland?
- What is a typical breakfast in Iceland?
- What products is Iceland known for?
- Is anything cheap in Iceland?
- What do you wear to dinner in Iceland?
- Can I use euros in Iceland?
- Is the Blue Lagoon worth it?
- What should you avoid in Iceland?
- Why are there no dogs in Iceland?
- What should I buy in Iceland?
What can you buy at Iceland airport?
Outdoor clothing.Airport Fashion.
A great selection of Icelandic and international cosmetics, sweets, wines and spirits.Optical Studio.
Eyeglasses and contact lenses from renowned manufacturers at great prices.Penninn Eymundsson.
Pure Food Hall.More items….
How much money should I bring to Iceland?
In general, I would count at least 1500 USD per week per person, not including the flights. This is approximately what my winter trip to Iceland cost, staying in mid-range accommodations, dining out every evening, and doing just two paid excursions: glacier hiking and Blue Lagoon.
How much is a cup of coffee in Iceland?
A cup of latté or cappuccino estimates at 600 ISK, tea at around 400 ISK (usually with free hot water refills) and a regular black coffee goes for anything from 200-500 ISK. There are a few ways to get around this.
What is a typical breakfast in Iceland?
In hotels you get a choice of cereal, sausage, bacon, eggs, potatoes, cold meats, cheese, breads, wonderful breads!, pastries and even cookies.
What products is Iceland known for?
Blue Lagoon Skin Care Product Souvenirs.Icelandic Puffin Plushy.Volcanic Jewelry Souvenir from Gullkunst Helgu.Traditional Icelandic Wool Sweater Souvenir.Icelandic Fashion Souvenirs.Other Top Icelandic Wool Souvenirs.Icelandic Chocolate and Candy Souvenirs (Lakkris)Icelandic Viking Beer Souvenir.More items…•
Is anything cheap in Iceland?
Even basic accommodation in Iceland isn’t cheap. With tourism growing rapidly, demand can exceed supply and finding a good-value room can be tricky. Travel in shoulder season. Iceland’s peak season is from June to August, and in May or September you’ll find accommodation significantly cheaper.
What do you wear to dinner in Iceland?
A: No, Icelanders are not particularly strict on dress-codes. Think ‘casual but smart’ when dining at upscale restaurants. All restaurants will serve you, regardless of your fashion, but you might feel out of place wearing outdoor clothing or ripped jeans to dinner at Reykjavík’s more fashionable restaurants.
Can I use euros in Iceland?
Currency: The currency in Iceland is the Icelandic króna (ISK). Many places (restaurants, bars, tourist attractions) will take US dollars, Canadian dollars, Euros, Norwegian, Swedish and Danish currencies. Payment: Icelanders usually pay for everything by credit or debit card.
Is the Blue Lagoon worth it?
Pools and hot tubs often serve as a hub of social activity in Iceland, and while the Blue Lagoon may not provide that every time, it’s a good place to get started. It’s worth the trip for the opportunity to take in the natural beauty of Iceland: in its waters, its views and way of life.
What should you avoid in Iceland?
What NOT to Do in Iceland: Tourist Traps and Stuff to AvoidDon’t do things just because everyone else is doing it. … Don’t assume that everything you’ll do in Iceland will be expensive. … Don’t tip. … Don’t buy bottled water. … Don’t expect that you can see everything during your stay. … Don’t get speeding tickets! … Don’t forget your sleeping mask. … Don’t buy super-expensive memorabilia.More items…•
Why are there no dogs in Iceland?
The official ban on dogs in Reykjavík was issued in 1924 after it was discovered that dogs were the carriers of echinococcosis, a type of tapeworm that can be passed from dogs to humans. This type of tapeworm is particularly dangerous because it can cause severe intestinal infections, permanent blindness, and death.
What should I buy in Iceland?
Here’s a sample packing list of items you should bring with you regardless of the time of year you’re travelling:Fleece jacket/lightweight wool sweater.Rainproof/windproof jacket.Rain pants.Sturdy walking shoes with a good tread/grip.Gloves.Scarves.Hat (toque/beanie)Swimsuit.More items…