11 Off-Season Travel Ideas To Stoke Your Wanderlust.
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Do Winter, Icelandic Style — While May through September is considered peak season to visit this country of contrasts and otherworldly natural beauty, Iceland’s winter months have their own charms. In accordance with the old Norse calendar, Iceland marks the first day of winter in late October, ushering in the season of late-night aurora borealis quests and every excuse to don cosy, Icelandic wool apparel and sip hot chocolate by a fireplace. If you can, try to plan your free Icelandair Stopover to coincide with November’s Iceland Airwaves music festival, which takes over every venue (and pub) in Reykjavik.