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When compared to other European capitals, Reykjavik is rather small; the population of its metro area barely tops 200,000, and Reykjavik proper is home to about 125,000 souls. However, what it lacks ...
There are compelling reasons to visit Iceland in summer. Long days and mild temperatures mean you can make the most of the amazing landscape while also leaving time to experience Reykjavik’s cool bar ...
Written by Katie H, February 2013
While Iceland ‘s
culture, food, music, art, and nightlife are all great reasons to visit
the small island country, it’s the natural wonders here that really set
the destination apart from all ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, March 2013
As summer ends and the Icelandic days get shorter and the air crisper, it’s time in Iceland
to crank up that thermal heating and listen to a good story. Bring on a
Saga. The Icelandic Sagas are ...
Written by Viator, November 2012
Jokulsarlon, a glacial lagoon in the south of Iceland, is one of the country’s many spectacular natural wonders. A glacier water melt, it fills the lagoon with sparkling blue water and chunks of ...
Written by Viator, October 2012
The aurora borealis, or Northern Lights are one of the most beautiful of Iceland’s natural wonders. They’re also the most elusive. It’s possible to see them from September to March, but conditions ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
Also known as Þingvellir for those of us with Icelandic keyboards, this is one of the key sites to visit when in Iceland . An easy hour-long drive from Reykjavik ,
Thingvellir National Park ...
Written by KatieontheMap, USA, January 2013
When visiting Iceland, there are many “must do” activities: explore Þingvellir National Park, hike a glacier, catch the Northern Lights, marvel at the waterfalls, learn to pronounce the names of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
The Reykjavík International Film Festival (RIFF) is held every year in Reykjavik and takes place over 11 days in September. The festival was first held in 2004, organized by a small group of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, June 2012
A great new travel option is to fly from the U.S. to Europe, with a stopover in Iceland. Often schedules work out so that you have one day there, which is perfect for getting a taste for the place. ...
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