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I think this is a clear given factor, for you guys out there considering to travel to Iceland! I´m sure you will also find useful tips on dating in Iceland.Iceland´s geographical position has previously made the country very isolated from influences from other societies. I just want to give you my best advices on dating in Iceland, so you can make the most out of your precious time here.If you are visiting Iceland in the summer, then go for a midnight sun stroll in Klambratún and experience the fun and weird Icelandic summer activity – folf.It´s a super fun way of doing something cheap and active on a date while you´re in Iceland!Dating in Iceland and hearing the Icelandic speak with their cute dialect or hearing them say words in Icelandic is most definitely also a BIG positive factor of why you should date while traveling in Iceland. But again, I am Danish and my language must be one of the ugliest languages in the world. The Icelandic language on the other hand is charming and beautiful, because it due to its geographical location, small population and history has managed to keep the language as authentic and with as little influence from other spoken languages (though naturally influence from Scandinavia).Try for instance saying – “rød grød med fløde” (red porridge with cream) and when doing this just imagine having a potato in your mouth while saying it. The Icelandic roll a lot with their “R´s” and have funny letters that are difficult to pronounce. Since there are only approximately 330.000 people living in Iceland, they meet the same people all the time when going out.Folf is a sport with influence from frisbee and golf.Combining these two sports names makes up for the word folf. Honestly, this is also one of my major motivations of moving to Iceland.
Do you maybe think it´s lonely, frightening or strange traveling alone to Iceland? By the end of this blog I ensure you, that whatever fear you might have will be gone.
Before doing so, I´ll give you my very best knowledge about dating in Iceland as a foreigner. Well, is that country not even smaller than Iceland (geographically)?