A foodie’s guide to Reykjavik

Iceland’s eclectic capital may have seen a surge of visitors in recent years, but while most people use Reykjavik as a base for exploring the country’s impressive collection of waterfalls, gushing geysers and dramatic landscapes, there’s more to this city than its epic scenery. Still more famous for its monuments than its menus, underneath its picture-perfect exterior, Reykjavik is fast becoming a gastronomic paradise, with …

Secret guide: Iceland’s Ring Road

Iceland positively encourages intrepid exploration – head into the hinterland for surreal volcanic landscapes and craggy peaks that shelter cascading falls. Luckily for you, Icelanders built a vast road network that circles the far reaches of the island. Aptly named the Ring Road, it circles the outer edge offering access to a host of breathtaking sights. Discover steaming landscapes straight from a sci-fi movie, dramatic …

Secret guide: Iceland’s Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is the best way to see inspired landscapes just a short drive from Reykjavik. Catch the rift between the American and Eurasian plates before heading to hot springs and explosive geysers. The Golden Circle harbours a diverse and unforgettable collection of natural wonders, completing any stay in Reykjavik. There’s a host of tour operators that offer this service, or you can hire …

My city: Reykjavik

Our ‘my city’ series puts a new perspective on some of our favourite places, as we catch up with creative residents, asking them to divulge their best kept secrets. From their favourite cheap eats, to their go-to coffee spot, there are plenty of hints and tips on how to stay like a local. We’re heading to Iceland‘s Reykjavik, where we catch up with jewellery designer …