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Weathering the storm

“A sitting crow starves” – or so goes the Icelandic proverb – and if the country’s miraculous economic recovery is anything to go by, the island’s proverbial bird has certainly taken flight

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Blowing hot and cold

Iceland had it tough in 2010, but here at Business Destinations we’re willing to wipe the slate clean. Forget economic uncertainty; Iceland’s volcanic landscape and rich heritage are its best natural resources

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Iceland’s spread

With over half of Icelanders believing in elves it’s no wonder magical locales are an attraction in their own right. Catherine Quinn discovers Iceland’s myths and magic

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Raw Reykjavik

Know as Europe’s hottest city, both for its location on a geothermal ridge and its pulsating night life, Iceland’s capital is in the midst of an economic renaissance and a business trip there provides the perfect excuse to sample some clean living. David Neville Williams enjoys a fjord fiesta

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Iceland’s many offerings

It may be just a three-hour flight from the UK, but Iceland can seem like another world with its apocalyptic scenery, midnight sunshine and platters of pot-roasted puffin, as Jennifer Bradly uncovers

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Iceland

Iceland is often referred to as the island of ice and fire. One of the most volcanically active places on earth it is also one of the most unique landscapes. From the giant geysers at Geysir and Gullfoss to the hot springs of Landmannalaugar, it is packed with geological wonders unlike any you’ll see elsewhere. […]

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Reykjavik

On an isolated rock constantly contorting between ice and fire, Reykjavik appears to thrive against the odds with weird and wonderful citizens that have one foot in the ancient Viking sagas and the other in the cities trendy clubs and bars. Indeed, the Friday night runtur – a wild pub crawl around the compact city […]

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