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General Information


Covid-19 situation

Updates will be announced here.

Since 1st September, there are no mandatory PCR tests at the airport in the Faroe Islands. Authorities recommend a PCR test two days before arrival in the Faroe Islands.

If you are not vaccinated, organizers expect a negative test before entering the meeting.

Before departure from the ICCA Scandinavian Chapter meeting, organisers will offer a free PCR test to delegates that sign up for it.



The official language during the meeting will be English.

The official language in the Faroe Islands is Faroese, however most locals are fluent in both English and Danish, and understand Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish.



The official currency in the Faroe Islands is the Danish Krona (DKK).


Time Zone

Time in the Faroe Islands is measured using Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) during the wither months and GMT+1 hours during the summer. The daylight saving time takes place the late March and the clock is moved backwards late in October.



We will stay in Hotel Hilton Garden Inn which is a 4-star superior hotel in Tórshavn.

For more information:


Conference Venue

The conference on the 15th of September will take place in Hotel Hafnia, Panorama. Hotel Hafnia is a 3-star superior hotel with 4-star conference rooms.

For more information:


Conference Secretariat

Contact: [email protected]


Safe to Visit

Safe to Visit is Faroe Islands official Covid-19 safe to visit guidelines. All partners involved in ICCA Scandinavian Chapter Meeting have successfully completed the Safe to Visit programme



There is free wifi in the conference venue and hotel


Flight to the Faroe Islands

Atlantic Airways operates flights to the Faroe Islands from Copenhagen, Billund, Reykjavik and Oslo, and SAS from Copenhagen. Also Wideøe is operating from Bergen.

Copenhagen Airport is the best connected airport with up to 4 flights per day.

For information and updates on Covid-19 in the Faroe Islands visit



The weather in the Faroe Islands is unpredictable and ever-changing. It is, therefore, a good idea to pack a variety of clothing, suited to all sorts of weather (mostly cool-ish).

Essential to include in your wardrobe for the Faroe Islands are a sweater and a rainproof coat. And why not be a little optimistic and bring along sunglasses as well, you never know!


Staying some extra days?

If you choose to stay some extra days the Tourist Guide is a great place to start looking for inspiration for what to do.


Useful Numbers & Services

Country prefix: +298
Emergency number: 112
Police: +298 351448
Medical assistance: 1870
Dental emergency: +298 314544

General Information


Covid-19 situation

Updates will be announced here.

Since 1st September, there are no mandatory PCR tests at the airport in the Faroe Islan...

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Contact Information

Local Host

Visit Faroe Islands & Visit Tórshavn
Annleyg Lamhauge
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +298 556136

Conference Organiser

GreenGate Incoming
Edward I. Leo
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +298 550522

Welcome to ICCA Scandinavian Chapter 2021