The Icelandic krona’s loss is your gain as coming to Iceland has never been less expensive than now.
In the past few weeks the Icelandic króna (a.k.a. “funny money”) has been going through a Keith Richards-scale hangover and looking increasingly like the love child of Amy Winehouse and Pete Doherty.
But every cloud has a silver lining and what all this means for you is that Reykjavík has never been cheaper to visit.
The price of a day tour of the Golden Circle is down to around £45/€57, entry to the Blue Lagoon is £12/€16, and (entirely unrelated) a pack of Durex PleasureMax Warming condoms is down to £7/€9.
Even the price of beer in a Reykjavík bar has reached the level where you could potentially afford to buy us one. (Just kidding.)
More on how cheap we are here: Seven Things to Do in Iceland (Why You Should Go Right Now!)