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Iceland
thetravel.book
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
1. Rent a 4×4 and drive around yourself 2. Do not stay in Reykjavik but at B&B or Hotels around the island 3. Most of the beautiful scenic attractions are open 24/7. All tourist buses are there from 10-17 so make sure to get there for sunrise or sunset and you will have everything to yourself.
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maxlman
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
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jondavidson
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted over 3 years ago
18 HOURS IN ICELAND: Rent a car. Reserve it in advance, as prices will be much cheaper. First, drive to Þingvellir National Park and hike the rift valley between two continental plates, and hike a spur trail up to the gorgeous Öxarárfoss waterfall. Next, hop back in your car and head for Haukadalur, a geothermal area home to several geysers, including Geysir itself. Wait around to watch Strokkur Geysir erupt, like clockwork, every 10 minutes, occasionally shooting as high as 40 meters. Then, drive to Gullfoss, only 10 km away and one of the most spectacular, complex waterfalls on the planet. Take a short, wet trail to an observation platform and take in the multifaceted, powerful, thundering waterfall before you. Hurry! Hop back in your car and make the two-hour drive to the powerful Skógafoss, arguably Iceland's most picturesque waterfall. Take the 527-step path to an observation platform and drink it all in. Then, drive 2.5 hours to the Blue Lagoon. Yes, it's touristy, but it's worth it. If it's still daylight, you'll be awed by the turquoise volcanic waters. If it's nighttime, you might just catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights in the Lagoon's darker regions. Still have time? Grab a local craft beer at Skuli Craft Bar or MicroBar back in Reykjavik.
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alessandratravelnotebook
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
Icelandic Folks Tails by Jón R. Hjálmarsson (book)
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The_Outbound_Life
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
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gabbyboucher
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
Local meats — A truly unique spot of the earth, Iceland has food like no other. Try rare puffin meat or whale meat for an interesting taste of the icy north
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anthony_walsh_
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
My favourite holiday location the natural sites from the land scape to the northern lights. Prepare not to sleep when going to iceland.
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tosomeplacenew
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
Nature's wonderland, with affordable flights from IcelandAir from other continents
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katherineholway
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
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fulfilyourwanderlust
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
Lobster Soup -- Icelandic lobster is meant to be amazing, but if you are like me who don't quite have the budget for a full lobster, your next best option will be the lobster soup, and it will keep you warm! I was recommended Saegreifinn in Reykjavik by a local Icelander and I was not disappointed. The soup is tangy, creamy and full of umami flavours from the seafood. The restaurant is super popular so expect to line up for a while to order and get a table.
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whatdoesntsuck
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
No other country has excited us as much as Iceland - which is why we went twice in 2016, both summer and winter.
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wherestaceytravels
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
With one main road that loops the whole of Iceland and pretty much takes you to the main sites, how could you go wrong?
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ourpassionfortravel
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
Are there many places you sit on an iceberg, walk under waterfall and wander black sand beaches?
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worldthrupostcards
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
the land of fire and ice.. with so much nature surrounding it you can't miss visiting their beautiful city center and make a stop by their most famous ''Blue Lagoon'' to relax
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elmelling
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted about 4 years ago
Like nowhere I've ever been before, you could drive for hours and not see another person. The landscapes are simply beautiful and I was lucky enough to see the Northern Lights
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andresousa07
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
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lifebeforekids
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted over 3 years ago
Iceland is known for its breathtaking landscapes, volcanos, hot springs and viewing of the famous Northern Lights.
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mya.bre
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
Overall beauty and to see the Northern Lights!!!
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najeema.washington
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 5 years ago
Lots of outdoor activity. Horseback riding, we’re watching…
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glyud
Iceland, IS
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Iceland
Posted almost 4 years ago
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