Alda is an Icelandic-born writer, journalist. She is the author of several books about Iceland (each title starts with "Little book of... Icelanders / Icelandic Hidden people / etc.) She was born is Iceland but grew up abroad, and moved back later as an adult. Therefore she has a good understanding of locals, foreigners who live in Iceland and tourists as well. I really enjoy following her Facebook blog and newsletter where she explains and comments the major happenings in the Icelandic society and politics.
The Reykjavík Grapevine is a free alternative magazine in English published 21 times a year. You can find it basically in every café and tourist information centre. The web-edition is one of the biggest and most widely read tourist publication in Iceland. Articles on culture, general social affairs, tourism, news, events, music..
Domestic news, opinion articles, information about events in Iceland. It is the part of mbl.is the largest and news website in Iceland.
Iceland Review is existing since 1963 in print that makes it the longest running magazine presenting Iceland. Nature, culture, society, politics and business and photographs.
Laugavegur 3, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
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