USA Today offers advice on how visitors can better plan and pull off a vacation in increasingly popular Iceland — from the fact that summer weather on the North Atlantic island can be rather brisk to the fact that gas station hot dogs in Iceland can be a scrumptious savior when you get hungry on the road. Great advice for anyone visiting before or after a voyage with Iceland ProCruises.
Quotable quote: “A record 2.2 million foreigners visited Iceland last year, up from 556,000 in 2011, according to the Icelandic Tourist Board. This past June alone, a record 93,000 Americans departed Keflavik International Airport. But this popularity surge has consequences that could affect the expenses and experiences of anybody visiting these days.”
Read the rest of the story by Brent Schrotenboer here.Tags: Iceland Vacations, Popular vacation places, Tips for American tourists