Off to the island: Iceland at NORDEUROPA 2022

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Jan 13, 2022 10:50:15 AM

Iceland - The land of fire and ice

The home of elves and trolls awaits its visitors with spectacular landscapes and imaginative legends. Active volcanoes, geysers, thermal springs, lush green meadows and lava fields - the island in Northern Europe promises diversity, contrasts and unforgettable experiences. Iceland is a year-round destination and those who decide to circumnavigate the island during their stay should plan about 10 days of vacation.

Since 80% of the island is uninhabited, you can fully concentrate on nature on site - besides plateaus, mountain peaks and fertile fields, there are many long and deep fjords and glaciers. For example, Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajökull. In Reykjavík, the capital and with its airport Keflavík mostly arrival and departure point for all guests, lively city life, culture and local specialties can be enjoyed at the beginning or end of a trip. 

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New in 2022: Icelandic suppliers at NORDEUROPA

This year, for the first time, suppliers from Iceland will also be taking part in the NORDEUROPA online sales event. We are very pleased to be able to make the range of suppliers even more diverse. We are pleased to present a selection to you:

Visit Iceland & Visit North Iceland

With Visit Iceland, tour operators at NORDEUROPA 2022 have the opportunity to meet an excellent contact for product planning of Iceland tours. Visit Iceland is the official tourist board for Iceland and aims to attract travelers to the island. In collaboration with the tourism industry, Visit Iceland works effectively to promote and market Iceland to consumers and tour operators under the umbrella brand "Inspired by Iceland".

Visit North Iceland is responsible for the marketing and promotion of North Iceland and includes 270 tourism businesses and 28 towns and villages, including Akureyri, the largest town outside Reykjavík. In Northern Iceland you will find the Arctic Coast Way, Iceland's first tourist route, and the Diamond Circle. The ACW allows you to interact with locals as you travel the deserted coastline, and the DC takes you to Iceland's most popular destinations, including Dettifoss, Mývatn, Húsavík, Ásbyrgi, and Goðafoss Waterfall.

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Reykjavik Excursions & Icelandic Mountain Guides

Reykjavik Excursions was founded back in 1968 and merged with the Icelandic companies Mountainguides, Arcanum and in 2021. Reykjavik Excursions operates the Flybus shuttle service between Iceland's capital Reykjavík and Keflavík International Airport and offers a wide range of day tours for individuals, small and large groups. Should your clients want additional flexibility and freedom, the company also offers car rental (Enterprise rent-a-car).


Located in South Iceland, just 1 hour from Reykjavík, Landhótel offers luxurious accommodations with fantastic views of the historic highlands and lowlands. The hotel has 69 rooms, 3 conference rooms, a spa area and a beautiful restaurant serving international cuisine.
The hotel is located close to most of the main attractions in South Iceland and is an optimal starting point for tourists looking for luxurious accommodation while enjoying the vastness and beauty of Icelandic nature.

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