Cities in Iceland
There’s obviously more cities in Iceland, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.
What is the top gay cities in Iceland?
Honey, Reykjavik is simply the fabulous epicenter of gay life in Iceland! It's the capital, and its vibrant LGBTQ+ community will make you feel right at home. Check it out here: Reykjavik. While Reykjavik is surely the top gay city, you might also come across a sprinkle of gay-friendliness in smaller towns too. Be sure to explore! 💁♂️
What currency is used in Iceland?
In Iceland, the currency used is the Icelandic Krona (ISK). Fear not, darling, most places in Iceland, if not all, accept credit cards. 💳
Is it expensive in Iceland?
Let's be real, Iceland can be a tad pricey compared to other destinations. But, you know what they say - you get what you pay for, and in this case, you’ll experience a truly unique and stunning country! 💰
Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Iceland?
Depends on where you're from, babe! If you're from a Schengen country or on the list of visa-exempt countries, you can enter Iceland without a visa for a short stay. For longer stays or other nationalities, make sure to check on required visas and paperwork in advance. ✈️
Is Iceland gay friendly?
Oh, absolutely! Iceland is not only gay-friendly; it's famous for its progressive LGBTQ+ rights and openness. 🏳️🌈 Enjoy and embrace the fabulousness!
Is gay marriage allowed in Iceland?
Yes, hunty! As of 2010, same-sex marriage is legal in Iceland. Love knows no bounds there! ❤️🔥
Can I use English in Iceland?
Of course! While Icelandic is their first language, the majority of Icelanders speak English pretty well. So, don't worry, you can communicate with others without breaking a sweat! 🗣️
Should I leave a tip for a waiter in Iceland?
You sweet thing! Tipping is not customary in Iceland, as service charges are typically included in the bill. But feel free to tip for exceptional service—no one would ever say no to an extra thank you! 😉
What's the best time of year to visit Iceland?
Depends on your vibe! Summer boasts midnight sun, mild temperatures, and lush landscapes (visit around June-August). Winter offers Northern Lights, snow, and magical scenery (November-February). Whichever you choose, trust that Iceland always serves up stunning experiences! ☀️❄️
What's the local language in Iceland, and how do I say basic phrases?
The local language is Icelandic. Allow me to be your personal tutor with these phrases, dear!
- Hello: 'Halló'
- Thank you: 'Takk'
- Yes: 'Já'
- No: 'Nei'
- Excuse me: 'Afsakið mig'
- You're fabulous: 'Þú ert dásamlegur'
- Love is love: 'Ást er ást'
What's the local cuisine like in Iceland, and what are some must-try dishes?
Get ready for some mouth-watering goodness! Must-try dishes include:
- Skyr: a protein-rich yogurt, perfect for a summer love affair or a winter cuddle.
- Pylsa: iconic Icelandic hot dogs.
- Harðfiskur: dried fish, a protein-packed delight.
- Hangikjöt: smoked lamb that'll make you go, 'Mmm!'
What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Iceland?
For any emergency, dial 112 in Iceland. Keep this number in mind just in case, but let's hope you'll only need it to report too much fabulousness! 🚨
Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Iceland?
Icelanders are pretty open-minded, but here are some tips to be super respectful:
- Refrain from littering and disturbing wildlife—nature is precious to them!
- Be punctual—these legendary Vikings appreciate timekeeping.
- Keep your voice down in public as Icelanders prefer a more peaceful atmosphere.