Iceland is not really known for its tomatoes. But in a greenhouse which produces a fifth of the country’s tomato harvest, there’s the Friedheimar restaurant where everything revolves all around the red fruit.
NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss increasingly bitter relations with Russia. Tensions have led the United States to move back into an Icelandic air base it left more than a decade ago.
If some parts of Iceland feel overcrowded with tourists, the western regions of the country offer off-the-beaten-track adventures. DW's Elizabeth Grenier tested it out.
More and more people are visiting Iceland, even outside the peak season, when the weather is not necessarily hospitable. The spectacular glaciers and geysers are just some of the island’s attractions.
Tourism brings money to Iceland. But Icelanders seem slowly to becoming more fed up with the crowds. Is the North Atlantic island nation heading for an overdose?
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