Without a doubt, one of the most popular routes to travel in Iceland is the Gullni hringurinn or the Golden Circle . It leads through the southwestern and southern parts of Iceland...
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The Lava Tunnel is one of the longest and best explored lava tubes in Iceland. It is located about 30 minutes from Reykjavík and can be visited all...
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Blue Lagoon is an outdoor thermal bath located amidst a lava field near Grindavík. With geothermal water from up to 2,200 metres below ground level, heated up to...
At Myvatn Nature Baths , visitors can relax inside the lagoon, or enjoy the natural steam baths, all against the backdrop of the beautifull surrounding nature. In...
Great Geysir is a gayser of the famous Golden Circle in Iceland, and one of the biggest natural landmarks of the country. It used to hurl a spectacular spurt of hot water up to 80...
Located at the sports centre of Dalvík at Iceland's north coast , this swimming pool is popular with tourists and locals alike. From sports pool and kids' pool...
Gullfoss, the Golden Waterfall , is the most famous waterfall in Iceland. On sunny days, a stunningly colourful rainbow shines above the cascades. The waterfall is also especially...
Þingvellir is a place in south-west Iceland, near the peninsula of Reykjanes, and the volcanic area Hengill, and is mostly situated on lava fields. Þingvellir is very popular with...