Iceland is still there
In light of the focus Iceland has received in recent weeks in relation to the financial and economic crisis the country is experiencing, we wish to convey certain information. The debate and publicity of the situation has unfortunately led to several misunderstandings, which are of high importance to rectify.
Credit cards can be used normally
Travellers planning on going to Iceland can rest assured that all credit/debit cards can be used as usual and all ATMs function as expected. All banks in Iceland are open for business with foreign currency and the favourable exchange rate means that your money will buy you a lot. Apart from that, major stores and tourist attractions in Reykjavik and other towns in Iceland accept other currencies for payment.
The exchange rate, which is expected to stabilize soon, means that Reykjavik has become the cheapest capital city of the Nordic countries and has opened up opportunities for foreign visitors to take advantage of the weak Icelandic Krona.
No shortage of food or other goods
Stores, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, bars, excursion companies, tourist attractions, etc. are all open for business and there are no shortages of any products, food or other goods.
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