Meeting the World’s Thirst for Knowledge about Iceland - Icelandic Times
Icelandic Times
Meeting the World’s Thirst for Knowledge about Iceland

In the last few years, Iceland has been showing up more and more on the prospective tourist’s radar the world over. Thanks to many positive articles, guidebook reviews and the overwhelming approval of visitors who unanimously voted Iceland as a top tourist destination, the country continues to climb in popularity and the number of visitors to the country continues to swell.
Icelandic Times magazine provides a valuable source of information, not only about Iceland’s fascinating natural phenomena but also its culture, its people and its vibrant business sector.
Published by Land og Saga ehf in Reykjavik, the magazine has been well received since its launch in 2007 and is becoming a one of the fastest growing tourist magazines on the market today. It is distributed free of charge around Iceland with more than 500,000 copies published annually. The magazine is available in all major hotels, restaurants, airports, Icelandic tourist offices, and on all Wow Air flights, providing an inflight magazine that helps them get the most from their holiday.
As a complementary service, Icelandic Times offers a video advertising platform, enabling clients to promote their business via their own website or on the Icelandic Times website, which receives over 30,000 individual visitors and over 100,000 page views per month. The entire magazine can also be downloaded free from the website.

New in 2012
The magazine is now available in 3 languages, English, French and German, each with its own unique focus.

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