Icelandic Translation Services

Whether you are looking for Icelandic translation for something technical, legal or medical, or simply a letter, we can help you.

Lingua Translations is well known for its quality-driven Icelandic translation services. We will equip you with knowledge and methods, enabling you to communicate in the correct written form.

We offer a professional Icelandic to English and English to Icelandic language translation service, amongst others. Here is some information which you will find useful as the Icelandic language is full of interesting facts and essential tips when  you are looking to communicate effectively in Icelandic speaking countries.

Lingua Translations is an award winning provider of Icelandic translation and interpreting services. All of our Icelandic translation and interpreting services are carried out by fully qualified, registered Icelandic translators and interpreters.

Our native speaking Icelandic linguists work across a range of sectors; from business, legal and financial to multimedia, energy and technical, plus many more.

Location Iceland, Nordic Europe
Population 320.000 people
Language family West Scandinavian group, Indo-European family
Related language Faroese
Number of global speakers Just over 320,000 people worldwide

TUI TRAVEL GROUP

Ian Chapman – Director of Holiday Experience –

“Lingua Translations provides instant multi-lingual options for TUI’s 24/7 Holidayline, so 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year TUI’s customers are connected to an interpreter instantaneously. This service is designed to help holidaymakers who find themselves in difficulty and require non-English language assistance.

The service offered by Lingua Translations provides us with instant translation for every destination we travel to, and has proved invaluable.”

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