So you are getting ready to pack for that fun weekend trip you had planned, but you are at a loss? I get it, sometimes shorter vacations are harder to pack for because it forces you to zone in on what you are going to do while you are away and only bring the items that you may need. So whether it be a fun weekend vacation, a short get-a-way, or a business trip, I'm here to help you own packing for it, and also get you prepped so your next short time will be a breeze to pack for!
Winter in Iceland sounds a little scary and freezing, but don't freak out just yet, Iceland doesn't get as cold as you think it would based on it's location right outside of the arctic circle. To
put this into perspective, New York City is usually colder in the winter than Iceland is! But, this doesn't mean you don't need to bundle! Remember, this also depends on what part of
the county you will be in.
If you are traveling to Iceland between Nov - March, the temperature will most likely be around 20 F - 40 F.