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Your Local Guides to Iceland

Hey! We are Hallveig Runarsdottir and Jon Thorsteinsson and we run and edit the Stuck in Iceland Travel Magazine. Our goal is to be your local guides to Iceland and to help people share their Iceland adventure.

Please take a look at our Iceland tour recommendations to find the right tour for you. We also have created road trip plans for the Golden Circle, the Diamond Circle and the South Coast of Iceland. It is also your hope that our restaurant recommendations help you to have a great night out!

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We live in Reykjavik, Iceland, with our teenage daughter and two cats.  Hallveig´s main job is actually to be a renowned  classical singer. Hallveig was the singer of the year at the Icelandic Music Awards in 2013. You can listen to her on Spotify.

Jón and Hallveig, the editors of Stuck in Iceland Travel Magazine.  Together we aim to be your local guides to Iceland and to help you share your Iceland adventure.
Jón and Hallveig, the editors of Stuck in Iceland Travel Magazine.  Together we aim to be your local guides to Iceland and to help you share your Iceland adventure.

 

If you are interested in becoming a guest writer for the magazine please let us know 🙂

For about twenty years we have been traveling (and hiking) since we hiked across Fimmvörðuháls in South of Iceland in atrocious weather. Since then we have traveled quite a bit in Iceland and around the world.

Let´s roll!
Let´s roll!

 

Find the best things about Iceland from the locals

We love being out in nature, seeing the wide open spaces and getting away from the computer and smart devices that dominate our modern world. Jón is also a bit of a fitness freak and he loves the physical effort of a demanding hike. And yes, food tastes better outdoors somehow! Jón started this online travel magazine dedicated to our home country of Iceland in 2012. It combines his interest of photography (although he is a poor photographer!), traveling in Iceland, online publishing and social media. Hallveig loves finding interesting things for tourists to do while in Reykjavík and other places, be it concerts to go to (Icelandic musicians are some of the most exciting and innovative composers and performers around), exhibitions or finding the only cabaret in town! We share love love for good food and local icelandic beers. Rest assured, our restaurant– and pub recommendations can be trusted!

 

I love making new friends!
We love making new friends!

From running this magazine we had the great fortune of meeting a lot of great people who have one thing in common: They all love Iceland!

Volunteering to clear ash from the Thorvaldseyri farm in the South of Iceland during the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption. It´s Mad Max meeting Grey´s Anatomy.
Volunteering to clear ash from the Thorvaldseyri farm in the South of Iceland during the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption. It´s Mad Max meeting Grey´s Anatomy.

Our favorite trips and things to do in Iceland include

 

On Vatnajökull glacier. It is lovely!
On Vatnajökull glacier. It is lovely!

Stuck in Iceland in the press

It is our mission to give you an opportunity to share your Icelandic adventure or find fun things to do and beautiful places to see here in Iceland. Stuck in Iceland Travel Magazine has been featured in the press several times:

Want to connect?

Jon is on Linkedin if you want to connect. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Want to tell the world about your traveling in Iceland? 

If you want to share your Icelandic travel story with fellow travelers and even be published in the magazine just let us know. The site is in English but translating from other languages is no problem at all. We are happy to help with that!

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Thanks!

Jon Thorsteinsson and Hallveig Runarsdottir