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Top Coworking Spaces in Iceland

2500 ISK /d
Minor Coworking, Reykjavik

Minor Coworking


Minor Coworking is a great coworking community, a perfect place for networking where artists and other creative minds bel... More

Hitt Húsið, Reykjavik

Hitt Húsið


Hitt Húsið is an amazing coworking community, with the idea of a recreational place for young people of the age of 16-2... More

3720 ISK /d
The Blue Bank, Thingeyri

The Blue Bank


Located in Þingeyri, a small town in the Westfjords, a remote part of Iceland. In past centuries it became an outpost fo... More

Innovation House, Reykjavik

Innovation House


Founded by a successful technology entrepreneur, the idea behind Innovation House is simple. It is an incubation coworkin... More

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Jon Frimannsson

The country that should be on everyone's bucket list is Iceland for its dramatic volcanic landscape, geysers, billowing waterfalls, black-sand beaches, whale watching and ice caves to explore or ice climbing for the adventurous soul. Its capital, Reykjavik where most of the population lives, runs on geothermal power. You can waltz around Viking history museums and haunt the dynamic nightlife scene after a day of running amok on snowmobiles.

Throw in the fact that it is one of the best places to be in relation to the Internet with practically its whole population connected and Iceland is a hell of a ride. In 2007 every citizen in the town of Seltiarnarnes had access to fiber optics, making it the world's first town to have done this.

Officially known as the Republic of Iceland, it is a Nordic country sitting between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic with a population of about 332,530. It is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe cloaked in lava fields and glacial rivers, perched just outside the Arctic Circle. Founded upon a Scandinavian heritage, it has no standing army. Having been ruled by Norway, then Denmark, Iceland became independent in 1918.

There is a strong tradition of protecting its citizens' freedom of expression, but Internet service providers do use filters to block web sites distributing child pornography and participates in the International Association of Internet Hotlines (INHOPE) project.

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