Information on COVID-19 (Corona virus)

 
  • As of June 26, all domestic COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted in Iceland. This means there will be no more mandatory use of masks, no social distancing rules, and no limits on the number of people gathering. So large events are back in Iceland!
  • As of July 1, travel restrictions do not apply for foreign travelers who can provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or prior COVID-19 infection.
  • Information on border measures here:
Covid-19

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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    Would the power of an active volcano incentivize your group?

    Finding the balance between work and play is easy in Iceland, and right now is the ideal time for a once-in-a-lifetime volcano experience. Perfect for incentive trips, the Geldingadalir Eruption is less than an hour’s drive from Reykjavik and is readily accessible with wide, graded walking paths. With decent boots, active walkers will see the…

  • Volcanic eruption at Geldingadalur

    60 Minutes broadcast from Geldingadalir volcano 

    Bill Whitaker, a reporter for 60 Minutes, got up close and personal with the energy of Geldingadalir Volcano. In this fantastic footage, Whitaker was clearly fascinated by the breaking glass-like sounds of flowing lava, the intense heat, and how close he could get to the eruption. Whitaker interviewed local volcanologists to learn more about this…

    • 14 June, 2021
    • Category: News
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    Life returning to normal in Iceland

    Life is returning to normal in Iceland. Masks are no longer required in most daily situations. The limit on gatherings has been raised to 300 and restaurants, swimming pools, galleries etc. may open to full capacity again. As of May 31, compulsory stays in a quarantine facility for those traveling from high-risk areas, and the…

 
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