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Maybe you´ve already heard about some Icelandic music, for instance Björk, Ásgeir Trausti, Sigur Rós or Gus Gus? Additionally, there are just sooooooo many other spectacular diverse music actions going on in Iceland throughout the week – both free and/or low priced. Maybe it´s their good genes, tracing back to the vikings? You simply have to come over here and experience it firsthand!

Other musicevent happenings throughout the week are for instance at Prikið, Hurrá, KEX Hostel and Gaukarinn. Hands down, the Icelandic are also the kindest people I´ve ever come across in my years of traveling around the world (30 countries and counting).

If you are visiting Iceland in the summer, then go for a midnight sun stroll in Klambratún and experience the fun and weird Icelandic summer activity – folf.

It´s a super fun way of doing something cheap and active on a date while you´re in Iceland!

This also seems to be the case when it comes to using up-to-date services while dating in Iceland. Dating in Iceland is not carried out through single gloves speed dating. The Icelandic are on the app Tinder and I highly recommend dating in Iceland through this app. Nothing is a waste of time if you just use the experience wisely and in this particular case #mydatingin Iceland experience.

It shows that you are interested in your date and it can also lift the mood and most likely contribute with many good laughs.

Before doing so, I´ll give you my very best knowledge about dating in Iceland as a foreigner. Well, is that country not even smaller than Iceland (geographically)?

Yes, you are spot on with that point and it might seem really weird for both the Icelandic, Danish and well anyone I´ve come across, that I have taken this step of settling down in Iceland. My favourite tv-show is “The Vikings” and it´s safe to say, that by visiting and dating in Iceland you´ll be dating a true Viking.

Folf is a sport with influence from frisbee and golf.

Combining these two sports names makes up for the word folf. Honestly, this is also one of my major motivations of moving to Iceland.

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