Travellers from Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Germany to be exempt from screening and quarantine requirements

Thursday the 16th of July, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Germany will be removed from the list of high-risk countries. The effect of this change is that travelers arriving from these countries will be exempt from the quarantine and screening requirements that are generally applicable to passengers arriving in Iceland.
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Residents of fourteen non-EEA and Schengen states allowed to visit Iceland

The Minister of Justice has decided to extend the travel restrictions imposed by the EU and Schengen states while lifting restrictions for residents of fourteen non-EEA and Schengen states as of July 15, in line with the decision of EU Member States. The new regulation also states that the travel restrictions do not apply to citizens and residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican.
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Registration open for Vestnorden Travel Mart 2020

In 2020 Iceland is the proud host of the Vestnorden Travel Mart, the most important business-to-business trade show in the North Atlantic region and gathers number of buyers and exhibitors each year. The event highlights the characteristics of the three host nations, The Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland.
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Residents’ attitudes of tourism in Iceland: A national study 2019

Today, the Icelandic Tourist Board published seven reports on the residents’ attitudes of tourism in Iceland. The aim of the survey was to assess the attitudes of Icelanders to tourism and tourists at a specific time, both nationally and by individual regions. In addition, evidence was sought as to whether Icelanders feel pressure from tourism in their community.
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Travel restrictions for residents of 15 countries to be lifted soon

Iceland will soon lift travel restrictions for residents of fifteen states outside the EU/Schengen Area in line with the decision of EU Member States. EU/Schengen citizens and residents are free to travel to Iceland under the condition that they preregister prior to arrival and undergo either a PCR test or a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
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