The coldest day in 100 years in Iceland: How best to travel in Winter By Ryan Connolly on Jan 04, 2023 in Europe, Iceland, Regions, Western Europe
Over the festive period this year, Iceland has received unseasonably cold weather, with temperatures dropping as low as -23 Celsius (-9F) in the capital region. Up on the ice caps, it has been far colder still.
For a country with the name ‘Iceland’ you might be mistaken for thinking that this is a normal occurrence in the dead of winter. After all, on the 21st of December in Iceland, we are only privy to around 4 hours of direct sunlight. Add in the high latitude of this isolated country (64 – 66 degrees North), being in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, skirting the edge of the Arctic Circle, and you’d be forgiven for expecting a
Keep reading this article on A Luxury Travel Blog.