Top 5 best places to get coffee in ReykjavíkIn order to feel like a local, go get a coffee in Reykjavík! The coffee is great but the cafés are even better, giving you a feel for the local lifestyle!Beer Day!Did you know that Iceland has a holiday dedicated to drinking lots of beer? It's called Beer day and it has a historical explanation.6 Icelandic SnacksWondering what to get from the supermarket for the authentic Icelandic experience? Here's a guide to some popular Icelandic snacks!Christmas Grocery Shopping in IcelandIf you haven't got a reservation for a restaurant in Reykjavík this Christmas, don't worry! Here's our handy guide to Christmas grocery shopping in Iceland!...Iceland Christmas Dinner – What to Buy and How to Cook It Christmas dinner is different everywhere you go, isn’t it? England has fruity cake, Sweden has herring and meatballs, and Hungary has somet...The Icelandic Water - So Pure, So Delicious!Icelandic water is pure and delicious, straight from the tap. You don't need to buy bottled water while you're travelling unless you need a container!The Icelandic Beer Experience Although beer and ale have been brewed in Iceland for a long time, beer production was limited during the 20th century, as beer was illegal...Making Laufabrauð With the Family - An Icelandic TraditionChristmas it’s all about traditions. Most Icelandic families keep the tradition of making Laufabrauð (literally “leaf bread”), and mine is no exception. To ...Skál! – Icelandic Happy Hour, Drinking Habits and NightlifeNeed a handy guide to how drinking and the Reykjavík nightlife works? Look no further.