Travel guide to Northern Iceland

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Facts

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Inhabitants
The inhabitants of northern Iceland are concentrated around the fishing villages at the coast, but there are also several farms in the area, inhabited by isolated peasant families, if not abandoned.

Travel preparation

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Best time to visit

Iceland's actual tourist season stretches from June to September, and it is also advisable to visit northern Iceland in this period. In the summertime there are two or three months of almost constant daylight, while the sun only appears for two or three hours a day during the wintertime from November to January. From the northern-most point of Iceland, the island of Grimsey, you can also see the midnight sun.

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Time zone

When it is 12.00 in Denmark (summer time), it is 10.00 in northern Iceland. When it is 12.00 in Denmark (winter time), it is 11.00 in northern Iceland.

Accommodation / Hotel

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Many of the fishing villages along the Icelandic northern coast can offer accommodation in both hotel and camping sites. You shouldn't expect any luxury, though, but that's all part of visiting the areas of northern Iceland. Book your hotel in Northern Iceland here

Local transport

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