These are the 22 essential things you should know before visiting the Faroe Islands

These are the 22 essential things you should know before visiting the Faroe Islands, according to thecommonwanderer.com:

#1 – The weather is eternally unpredictable
#2 – Always pack a rain jacket, warm jacket, and some snacks for ‘just in case’
#3 – Getting to The Faroe Islands is actually really easy
#4 – The Faroe Islands are technically part of Denmark
#5 – There are some long-held traditions here that may be confronting
#6 – The islands have been inhabited for almost 1500 years
#7 – It’s prime bird-watching territory
#8 – English is really widely spoken
#9 – It’s definitely not a budget destination – but you can make it work
#10 – The islands are super well connected
#11 – The public transport system is surprisingly good
#12 – It’s a really easy road trip destination
#13 – Parking in Tórshavn can be a real pain
#14 – Most land is private-owned, so don’t trespass
#15 – Do not trespass to take a photo of the Saksun house
#16 – Be adventurous but not stupid
#17 – Photography buffs: bring a wide angle lens + a zoom lens for the best shots
#18 – You can bring your drone, but keep a few things in mind
#19 – Vegetarians may struggle to find decent options
#20 – The mobile service (for tourists) isn’t great
#21 – The sheep rule the islands – and the roads!
#22 – You should probably book your accommodation well ahead of time

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