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  • Neil Geraghty reports from Iceland's first ever Be...

    IT'S been a long hot summer for bears but autumn's finally here, the weather's cooling down and the grizzlies are busily brushing up their fur to embark on their annual winter migrations. This year,...

  • Where to go?

    If you´re wondering where to go next year keep this in mind. According to Lonely Planet Iceland is among the 2010 Best Value Destinations. The list captures the world’s hottest travel trends, desti...

  • A very short history lesson

    The first people believed to have settled in Iceland were Irish monks who came in the eighth century AD. They left, however, upon the arrival of pagan Norsemen, who came in 874 to seek freedom from...

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  • BEARS ON ICE

    BEARS ON ICE

    Bears and friends will have some fun in Reykjavik, Iceland, the world's northernmost capital the second weekend of September. Visit BEARS ON ICE website for more information.

  • Travel to Iceland

    Travel to Iceland

    Iceland is only 3 hours away from London and 5 hours away from New York! Visit Icelandair and WOW Air and book your next flight to Iceland!
  • Reykjavík Gay Pride

    Reykjavík Gay Pride

    The Reykjavik Gay Pride the second weekend of August. Visit official website for more information, www.gaypride.is

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Bars and clubs

  • KiKi

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    Club Kiki, the newest Queer Club in Reykjavik located on Laugavegur 22, the queerest corner in Reykjavik, where many of Reykjavik´s best known gay club have had its home in the past. Kiki offers good music, fun atmo and nice crowd.  Kiki is open Fridays and Saturdays from 11 pm to 4.30 am.

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  • Queer Center

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    Queer Center is open Thursday  evenings from  from 20:00 to 23:00. Good place to meet and mingle. Office is open every day from 1 pm - 5 pm. Samtökin ‘78The National Queer Organization, is an interest and an activist group for homosexuals, bisexuals and transsexuals in Iceland. The organisation’s goal is for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual persons to be visible and recognised and enjoy their rights to the fullest in Icelandic society.

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