Akureyri: The Capital of the North! The perfect jumping-off point from which to explore the rest of the North. Walk around the charming old town, check out the museums an
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The Botanical Garden in Laugardalur, Reykjavik is one of the city's hidden treasures. It's a beautiful outdoor area with blossoming flowers, trees, ponds, birdlife and fo
These two basalt cliffs protruding from the ocean are the remnant of a volcanic crater eroded from the sea, now a popular bird watching and hiking area.............
The second largest island in Isafjordur Bay. Home to one family, who earn their living by tourism, egg collecting and puffin hunting..........
Welcome to a place you have never experienced before! The Blue Lagoon is a spa built around a outdoors geothermal seawater located between Reykjavík and Keflavík Intern
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Laugardalur is the hub of recreation in Reykjavik, with outdoor swimming pools, a Botanical Garden, indoor sports arena and zoo all in one area, you'll be endlessly enter
Home to one hundred people, one million seabirds and one of the biggest puffin colonies of Iceland, Grímsey is a small island 40km off the north coast of the main island
Lying in North Iceland in the Vatnajökull National Park is the natural phenomenon of the Ásbyrgi canyon. It is one of Iceland's most beloved natural pearls and one of t
Hallgrímskirkja has become Reykjavík's most recognisable landmark. The stately church is visible from almost everywhere in the city and the church's tower offers some o