PM4SD Summer School 2016

The Summer School in Leadership and Governance for Sustainable Tourism is back for its 4th edition, hosted by Icelandic Tourist Board, it will take place at the Lonely Planet´s no 1 destination in Europe 2015: Akureyri, Iceland.
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Iceland Practical Information

Need information on what to wear? Visa regulations or driving conditions?
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Introducing Iceland Academy

Iceland is an amazing country filled with beautiful nature, wonderful food, and inspiring art and culture. And at the Iceland Academy we want to help you get the most of it. Our unique online programme has been specially designed to teach you the essentials of Iceland. So by the end of term you’ll be able to travel, eat, and even shower like a local.
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Direct airport bus service to North Iceland

Gray Line Airport Express will be commencing a direct service between Akureyri in North Iceland and Keflavik International Airport on April 17th which means tourists travelling to Iceland could begin their trip by journeying to the north.
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Record number of airlines and passengers this summer

There is no slow down in the number of passengers travelling through Keflavík Airport, according to Isavia, that operates all Icelandic airports and provides air navigational services.
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1,3 million international visitors to Iceland 2015

The total number of foreign overnight visitors to Iceland was around 1.3 million in 2015, a 29.2% increase from 2014, when foreign visitors numbered around 1 million.
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Iceland increasingly popular at Christmas

The days when Iceland was viewed as a purely summer destination are well and truly in the past, with tour operators around the country reporting bumper demand over the festive season, Iceland monitor reports.
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Record tourist numbers and spending

Records fell again in July this year as more tourists visited Iceland and spent more money on their cards than ever before.
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Visiting Iceland: 14 dos and don'ts

Vacationing and travelling should be pleasant and joyful experiences. The following article from Lonely Planet has many useful pointers on how to travel safely in Iceland.
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Some Highland Routes Open, but Travelers Warned

Several highland routes have been opened today, including into Dreki and Kverkfjöll, as well as the north of Kjalvegur. The highlands have remained closed unusually long this year due to very heavy winter snow and a cool, late spring.
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