Take trip to Iceland
Discover Iceland like you have never seen it before
Icelandic culture is rich and varied and is well known for its literary heritage rooted in the Icelandic Sagas from as early as the 12th to 14th centuries. Traditional arts include weaving, wood carving and silver crafting.
The Capital Reykjavik is rich in culture with its symphony orchestra, professional theaters, opera, musuems and a variety of art galleries, cinemas and bookstores. Iceland's literacy rate is among the highest in the world, and a love of literature, art, chess, and other intellectual pursuits is widespread.
Iceland's traditional cuisine is Þorramatur (food of the þorri), which is mostly eaten during the ancient Nordic month of þorri, in January and February, as a tribute to old Norse culture. The food of Þorri consists of dishes like pickled ram's testicles, putrefied shark, singed sheep heads, singed sheep head jam, blood pudding, liver sausage, and dried fish (cod or haddock) with or without butter. Skyr is popular dairy product made of cultured skim milk. Brennivin is an Icelandic liquour made from caraway and potatoes.