Information on COVID-19 (Corona virus)

  • Gatherings of up to 500 people are allowed in Iceland
  • All restaurants and bars can be open until 11 PM.
  • The “2-meter rule”-distance between individuals, is now interpreted more as a societal norm and courtesy for individuals who are vulnerable or have a preference for such distancing.
  • From June 15, the 14-day quarantine will not be mandatory for passengers arriving at Keflavík International Airport.

COVID-19 in Iceland

Meet in Reykjavík follows the recommendations of the Icelandic authorities in regards to covid-19 (Corona virus).


All information, developments, and advice about Iceland and COVID-19 can be found at the website of the Directorate of Health and the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.

Meet in Reykjavík is open for business and fully operational

Meet in Reykjavík is the official Convention Bureau for Reykjavík City and surroundings. Our role is to attract visitors long term to Iceland and to promote Reykjavík City and surroundings as a conference city and incentive destination of international standards.


During these difficult times, a lot of our effort goes into sourcing and distributing information about the development of COVID -19 in Iceland

Iceland – Next level of MICE Experience

In Reykjavík you experience a safe, exciting and creative European city that will raise your spirits and widen your horizon. And the Reykjavík experience and inspiration will travel with you back home

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Meet in Reykjavík is the official Convention Bureau for Reykjavík City and surroundings. Our mission is to help you create an unforgettable event in a one of a kind destination.

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Why Iceland?

In the acclaimed novel of Jules Verne, A journey to the center of the earth, the journey started in Iceland. It still does.

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  • Guidelines for travellers visiting Iceland

    The Directorate of Health has published an instructional video for tourists visiting Iceland. The video includes various practical information on how to prepare for the visit, what to expect on arrival, how to travel responsibly, and stay safe during your travels. Watch Video now  

  • CNN on Iceland’s reopening

    “Iceland now feels like the coronavirus never happened” according to a new report by CNN Read the full report here:  

    • 23 June, 2020
    • Category: News
  • Safe travel with Icelandair

    Here’s what your new travel experience will look like, when you’re ready to take to the skies again. Icelandair wants to assure you that they are well equipped for the new travel reality, and ready when you are.

    • 23 June, 2020
    • Category: News
The Scandinavian island nation of approximately 330,000 people offers English-speaking manpower a positive economic environment, a strong export industry and up-to-date infrastructure. The island offers good quality of life with modern, growing, internationally competitive economy From CEO Insight Autumn Issue 2017