Spring is upon us and the weather in Iceland is fascinating. As the snow slowly begins to stop pouring down, the beautiful green landscapes unwillingly reveal their hidden beauty. Outside of natural, uninterrupted beauty, also take out some time to enjoy the events taking place in Reykjavik like the chess open and the theater workshop in the women's story circle that takes place on three separate days. You can view all of the events in March here.
You might be wondering if it will it be day or night when your flight lands?
The daylight hours in Iceland can be confusing due to the dramatic swings of sunlight. The first day of march is the shortest day of the month with only 10:13 hours of daylight. The last day in march is the longest day with 13:28 hours of daylight. The length of day increases at a rapid rate of 6.3 minutes per day, gaining a total 3:15 hours in the month of March. On the very first day of March, sunrise starts at 8.33 am, and sets at 6:46 pm. On March 31st, sunrise is at 6:48 am and sets at 8:16 pm. Awesome for travelers looking to get more out of their days, and the early rises will finally have some sunshine when they awaken from their slumber.