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Have you visited any of these amazing places?
16 hours of daylight and the weather is sort of nice.
Worth the visit but fell a bit short for me.
‘Give me the easiest one!’
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow – hopefully!
Icelandic design, glorious cakes and delicious food.
On and off the beaten path – read all about it!
The budget-friendly, claustrophobic option.
Drum – Drum – Húh!
Epic landscape just outside of Reykjavík.
Don’t get your hopes too high of seeing something you’ve never seen before and just enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
Make the most of the time you have.
Circus, magic and lots of fun!
Sail away from all your worries.
Train with the stars in a safe environment.
Meet the locals over some football and fast food.
Have fun exploring Reykjavík!
Have you heard about Kvernufoss?
Sometimes you honestly feel like you’ve landed on the moon.
The Beer Spa opens in June of this year and will be the first of its kind in Iceland.
You don’t have to speak Icelandic to enjoy a cabaret show in Reykjavík.
I hope you will make this easy turn off the ring road if you’re driving the South Coast.
The waves at Reynisfjara black beach are especially strong and extremely unpredictable.
I promise you that you will day dream about going to Iceland after watching it.
I could watch this for hours!
A film about surfing in Iceland is in the making.
I have a confession to make: I love chocolate!
Justin Bieber skateboarded on top of it!
Don’t worry – there are plenty of things you can do!
If you visit this majestic place it will be forever engraved in your memory.
We recommend you all take two minutes out of your day to watch this beautiful video.
Even though you’re not a fan of the show, all these places are quite spectacular.
Friends Dan and Corey had a trip in Iceland they will never forget.
Inside are the most magnificent ice sculptures known in Iceland.
See the amazing video.
A beautiful vlog about a road trip, featuring waterfalls and hot springs.
Icelandic photographer specializes in photographing foreign brides and grooms.
Just be sure to take your time at Mjóddin because you never know what will happen next.
You can walk behind Seljalandsfoss and just let yourself be amazed.
Fans of the TV show can visit Reyðarfjörður where the show was shot.
If you want to see all the sights it’s best for you to drive around Iceland, starting in the west.
Foo Fighters, The Prodigy and Richard Ashcroft headline Secret Solstice Festival.
Must See urges you to visit the lagoon because it is totally unique. You won’t be sorry.
You can get lost in the naive art in Selárdalur and this truly is a place like no other.
These pools are nothing short of majestic and are said to have healing powers.
An added bonus is that it’s not far from legendary volcano Eyjafjallajökull.
Pack a lunch and just forget about everything. Be one with the waterfalls.
If you’re afraid of heights I wouldn’t recommend looking down much.
Admire this beautiful place with a rich, and at times, tragic story.
You might even make friends in the hot tub where the problems of the world are solved.
Surrounding the pond are beautiful walking paths.
It may not be the fanciest swimming pool in Reykjavík but the hot tubs there are to die for.
I strongly recommend you stroll through Breiðholt and give your eyes an artistic feast.
I’m telling you, you can get lost in this pool for hours on end.
Home and workplace of Iceland’s most famous author: Halldór Laxness.