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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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
Founded in 1884 in Copenhagen, Denmark, The National Gallery of Iceland has come a long way from its origins. To begin with, the collection consisted of donated artwork,
Old fishing beaches, where remnants of the old boats and the lifting stones which fishermen used to qualify for work, can be found................
Situated off the north coast of Iceland, approximately 35 km north of Akureyri, Hrísey is the second largest island of Iceland. The majority of the island is flat and co
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Situated in the mouth of fjord Fáskrúðsfjörður, Skrúður rises steeply out of the sea as a grassy island surrounded by high cliffs. The grassy top of the island har
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.............
It's an indescribable feeling to drive over the inhospitable mountains of the Wesfjords, finally glimpsing the quaint and picturesque Ísafjörður across the bay........
The old harbour in Reykjavik is a beautiful and historic part of town which in recent years has been completely renovated, to become one of the nicest places in Reykjavik
This small fishing village at the foot of Mount Stapafell is situated between Hellnar village and the Breiðavík farms in Snæfellsnes. It was once an important trading