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  • Iceland wants tourists to ask Guðmundur
  • Iceland wants tourists to ask Guðmundur
    Visit Iceland (2015) ©
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Iceland wants tourists to ask Guðmundur

Everyone knows that the best way to learn about a new place when visiting is to ask a local. Iceland’s ministry of tourism knows that, too and now it's offering to let people do it via its official information site. In a nod to Iceland's most popular name, now tourists can just ask Guðmundur.

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