Infographic: Tourists in Iceland

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Who doesn’t love to get dry stats visually presented? We took a look at the tourist industry in Iceland in 2013 and found the following estimations:

Tourists in Iceland

  • 779,000 visitors
  • Most tourists in Iceland come from the UK, USA and Germany
  • 730,000 travel to Iceland via airplane, unfortunately none via telepathy, jeez it would be cheaper!

The surprising conclusion: Would you visit Iceland again?

  • 85% of those who visited Iceland in winter time said yes
  • 79% of summer visitors said that they would visit Iceland again

It would be interesting to getting an in-depth answers from those who travelled to Iceland in winter time. Why do you think that more tourists in Iceland in the winter would definitely visit Iceland again? You can comment in the box below.

We are looking forward to investigating the final stats of tourists in Iceland for 2013, taking a look at 2014 estimate and compare. Until then, happy travels!

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2 Responses to “Infographic: Tourists in Iceland”

  1. Sigrun Th
    25. February 2014 at 12:41 #

    The Northern lights seen from Iceland are really worth the visit in the winter time and if you like glacier cruise, you are in the right place. Also, many love great music festivals, like Iceland Airwaves in November. There are so many things to enjoy in the winter time in Iceland, as in summer time, so really, all seasons are great in Iceland.

    • Admin
      25. February 2014 at 12:49 #

      That’s a great point, so much diversity between the seasons.

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