Honeymoons in Iceland
If you want to take your honeymoon in a country that is full of natural beauty then Iceland could make the ideal destination. With a mixture of vibrant city life and tranquil natural surroundings, you are spoiled for choice what to do on your honeymoon in Iceland.
If it is stunning scenery that you are after for your honeymoon then Iceland has it all, volcanic craters, lava flows, hot springs, glaciers and beautiful waterfalls. There is something new to explore at every twist and turn. During your honeymoon in Iceland why not go swimming in one of the many geothermally heated pools. Or take a boat ride and go whale watching, it’s guaranteed to be an experience that you will never forget. If you want to explore some city life then take a trip to the capital city of Reykjavík which is filled with museums, art galleries and fantastic shops. A honeymoon in Iceland will have the perfect mix of city life while also giving you both the opportunity to escape from it all and be in beautiful natural surroundings.
Key Facts for Iceland
Currency: Icelandic Krona
Flight time: 3 hours from London
When to Honeymoon in Iceland
If you want a warmer climate and brighter days, then June, July and August are the best months to visit Iceland.
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Getting Married in Iceland
Iceland is a great choice if you are looking for a unique destination for your wedding abroad. With breath-taking views, and opportunity to experience the Northern lights and a friendly environment everywhere you go, Iceland is an exciting and quirky destination to host your wedding. From tiny wooden chapels through to lovely countryside venues getting married in one of Iceland’s beautiful locations will provide you with wedding photography to treasure forever. If an outdoor wedding is something you have always dreamed of then why not get married along side the glaciers or with a backdrop of the stunning mountains as you both say ‘I do’. Discover true beauty and culture as you plan your wedding and get married in Iceland.
A birth certificate confirming that each party to the prospective marriage has reached 18 years of age.
A valid passport for each foreign individual.
A certificate of marital status.
A valid divorce degree if one or both of the individuals intending to marry have been married before. An original or certified copy, confirmed by the Ministry of Justice of Iceland, is required.
An application form properly filled in and the certification of two witnesses confirming the parties ability to marry. The witnesses must write their names on the application before the ceremony. They must be 18 years of age (documentation required).
For further information visit - http://www.iceland.org/uk/the-embassy/consular-services/Marriage-in-Iceland/
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