Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much … Lesa meira

Mynd: Sigurjón Ragnar/sr-photos.com

Number of tourists in Iceland smashes all records

There is now slow down in the Icelandic tourism and last year was the biggest so far. The number of foreign visitors travelling to Iceland was approximately 1.77m in 2016, or 40% more than in 2015. The year-on-year increase has commonly been 25.4% during the period between 2010–2016. The greatest increase, as stated, was between the … Lesa meira

Iceland becomes a more affordable destination but visitor numbers drop

The number of people visiting Iceland dropped by 8% during the first four months of 2019 and the total number of foreign visitors to Iceland is expected to decrease even further by the end of the year. According to a report from Arion Bank’s research department, the total number of foreign visitors in 2019 is … Lesa meira

Visitor numbers in Iceland drop by 5.8%

139,055 foreign tourists visited Iceland in January, according to statistics compiled by the Icelandic Tourist Board. That’s 8,514 fewer visitors compared to January 2018, a decline by 5.8% between years. Isavia, which oversees airport operations in Iceland, had earlier predicted 147,114 foreign visitors in January this year, a decline by 0.3%. Scheduled flights to Keflavík … Lesa meira

Island seljalandsfoss taylor leopold

Iceland is still hot but is cooling down

Tourism has been driving the economic growth in Iceland for the past years and each year the number of visitors has grown by 20 and up to 40 percent. 2017 will be no different with almost 2.2 million visitors compared with only 460.000 in 2010. But next year the growth is expected to be much …