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March 2, 2017

Food and Fun festival starts today in Reykjavik

FOOD AND FUN STARTS TODAY IN REYKJAVIK This weekend Reykjavik will be full of very happy foodies enjoying the 16th Food and fun festival. The festival has been an annual event since 2002. Every year more and more master chefs and food lovers meet in Reykjavík for a culinary celebration and cooking competition. 16 top Read more …

February 24, 2017

DILL – the first Icelandic restaurant to get a Michelin star

THE FIRST MICHELIN RESTAURANT IN ICELAND. DILL restaurant just became the first Icelandic restaurant to earn a Michelin star. Ragnar Eiríksson, head chef at DILL, accepted the Michelin Award in Stockholm on behalf of the restaurant, accompanied by his partners. Icelandic chefs and restaurants have been flourishing in the last few years and keep getting Read more …

February 8, 2017

The Icelandic goat – a very special survivor

When travelling with Crisscross we often visit the beautiful and very friendly goats at Háafell goat farm. When the first settlers came to Iceland the Icelandic goat was among the livestock they brought with them; cows, sheep, pigs, horses, chicken, cats, dogs and goats. For more than 1000 years Icelandic farmers have been breeding the Read more …

January 23, 2017

West Iceland Is The Best Iceland

CNN Travel recently published an exciting list of top 17 destinations to visit in 2017. The travel reporters for CNN are real globetrotters, who have practically been to every corner of the world. The Top 17 list includes a great variety of destinations; cities, islands, beaches, national monuments and cultural events. These places offer a Read more …

January 11, 2017

Sustainable and Responsible Travelling in Iceland

Crisscross is proud to be among the 300 Icelandic tour operators that came together yesterday, January 10th 2017, to sign a statement on Responsible Travelling. The aim is to make Iceland  a desired destination for times to come by sustainable practices and by travel operators taking responsibility for how their activities affect the environment and community. Read more …

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