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General Info

Capital: Reykjavik

Currency: Icelandic Krone / ISK

Timezone: GMT

Languages: Icelandic

Climat: Sub-Arctic, Maritime

Winter:

-6 +1
0 +3

Spring:

0 +6
+2 +4

Summer:

+8 +19
+6 +11

Autumn:

+2 +7
+3 +6

Iceland

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Iceland is an amazing mixture of scenic natural wonders: glaciers and volcanoes, waterfalls and geysers, bright sun and Northern lights. This is what attracted the Vikings to establish their state in this unique territory. To this day, the locals honor the culture and history of their origins, which have been known since the 9th century, as well as the language that survived to this day.

Iceland attracts lovers of extreme tourism. Variations for active recreation are: multiple routes for pedestrian tourism, horse rides on Icelandic horses, cross-country running, kayaking, mountain biking, deep-sea diving into volcanic crevices. One of the most spectacular and picturesque pedestrian paths of 53 km is laid between the Torsmurk Valley and the Landmannelaigar National Park. The fans of gastronomic tourism should try the local herring precisely and understand why it is called "Icelandic gold".

Iceland is a country with a social market economy. Agriculture and fishing have been the mainstay of the economy for many years. After the Second World War, industry began to develop and fishing became the most profitable sector. About one third of the population is involved in industry. The fishing fleet is serviced by shipyards. Aluminium, metal products, furniture, electrical equipment, building materials, footwear and ready-made dresses are also actively produced in the State. Iceland has a large reservoir of hydropower.

The level of convenience and ease of business attracts entrepreneurs, as not only as tourists, who want to immerse their body in the turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon, see the geyser Strokkur, heal the soul and body, but also explore the fishing business, Energy industry and air transport. A journey to a picturesque land where primeval natural landscapes have spread and addresses have not changed for 1,000 years, where you can feel what you have never felt and what you are the only person on Earth, will bring unforgettable memories.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Бизнес-туризм в Италии – это возможность не только наладить деловые отношения с партнерами, но и насладиться красотами страны. В рамках поездки вы сможете вкусить чарующую атмосферу Рима, посетить лучшие бутики Милана и окунуться в теплые воды средиземного моря.

Rest types:

Ecological

Gastronomic

Sightseeing

Ski

Best MICE places:

Friðheimar

Conference halls: 2 380

Harpa

Conference halls: 24 5320

Whales of Iceland

Conference halls: 1 290

Northern Lights

Column of the world

Blue Lagoon

Hallgrimskirkja

Perlan

Harpa Concert Hall

Visa Information

Iceland is not a member of the EU, but it is part of the Schengen area. Residents of the Schengen countries are free to visit Iceland. Here is a list of these countries:
Austria
Belgium
Hungary
Germany
Greece
Denmark
Spain
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg 
Malta
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Slovakia
Slovenia
Finland
France
Czech Republic
Sweden
Estonia
Liechtenstein
Norway
Switzerland

The list of other countries requires visas to be issued at the appropriate Icelandic embassy in the your country:
Azerbaijan
Algeria
Angola 
Armenia
Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Bahrain
Belarus
Belizean
Benin
Burma/Myanmar
Bolivia
Botswana
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Bhutan
Viet Nam
Gabon 
Haiti
Guyana
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Guinea-bissau
Democratic Republic Of The Congo
Democratic Republic of San Tome AND Principe
Djibouti
Dominican Republic
Egypt
Zambia 
Zimbabwe
India
Indonesia 
Jordan
Iraq
Iran
Yemen
cape verde
Kazakhstan 
Cambodia
Cameroon
Qatar
Kenya
China
Comoros
Congo
Kosovo
Côte d'Ivoire 
Cuba
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Laos
Lesotho
Liberia
Lebanon 
Libya
Mauritania 
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Maldives 
Morocco
Mozambique
Mongolia
Namibia 
Nauru
Nepal
Niger
Nigeria 
Oman
Pakistan
Palestinian
Papua new Guinea
Russia
Rwanda
Saudi Arabia
Swaziland
North Korea
Senegal
Syria
Somalia
Sudan
Suriname
Sierra leone
Tajikistan 
Thailand
Tanzania
Togo
Tunisia
Turkmenistan
Turkey Uganda
Uzbekistan
Fiji
Philippines
Central African Republic
Chad
Sri lanka
Ecuador
Equatorial Guinea 
Eritrea
Ethiopia
South Africa
South Sudan
Jamaica

Business Information

Iceland ranked 12th in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rating in 2015. In order to register an enterprise, according to the rating, it is necessary to complete five procedures, which take a total of four days. Iceland is not an offshore area, but local business legislation may be considered sufficiently liberal. The activities of local limited companies are supervised by inspectors who review their reports, while the financial activities of the public services are audited. Taxation in Iceland is in principle limited to the provision of annual accounts. The Icelandic economy is heavily dependent on fishing. The fishery employs 8 percent of the labour force, which accounts for 40 per cent of export earnings. However, due to declining fish resources, Iceland has begun to diversify its economy towards production and maintenance, including software, biotechnology and financial services.

Ecotourism has recently been identified as a promising sector of the economy. In addition, Iceland offers a wide range of opportunities for high-tech businesses, energy-dependent companies, food and mink fur manufacturers. English is widely spoken in Iceland, so there will be no problem meeting business partners. It is better to start with a handshake, stick with being honest and precision in the presentation of information, and maintain  a relaxed atmosphere during the negotiations. Thus, Iceland is a promising and safe place to do business because of its low tax burden, high education and competitive prices for skilled labour, land and electricity. Thus, Iceland is a promising and safe place to do business because of its low tax burden, high education and competitive prices for skilled labour, land and electricity.
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