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How to see Fagradalsfjall active volcano in Iceland – preperation, direction and tips

2022-01-23T11:32:27+00:00May 1st, 2021|

The eruption in Fagradalsfjall is unparalleled to anything we‘ve seen before. Rarely has an eruption been as accessible in Iceland as this ongoing eruption in Fagradalsfjall active volcano. It only takes about 50 minutes drive from Reykjavík to the parking lots. The parking lots mark the beginning of the walk to the eruption. From the [...]

How to get to Seljalandsfoss – and what to explore along the way

2022-01-09T18:04:21+00:00December 12th, 2019|

In this article we tell you how to get to Seljalandsfoss and what attractions are to be found along the way. Seljalandsfoss is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland. This magnificent waterfall is located in the south of Iceland, along the main road on highway 1. It is Seljalandsár's first waterfall, which [...]

Top 10 must-see waterfalls in Iceland

2022-01-23T17:42:52+00:00July 2nd, 2019|

Top 10 Waterfalls in Iceland. Iceland is well-known for its abundance of waterfalls. These spectacular landmarks are spread all over the country. But which one should you definitely visit if you’re planning on visiting the country? Here are the top 10 must-see waterfalls in Iceland: Godafoss waterfall Location: North Iceland (34,5KM from Akureyri) How to [...]

The Diamond Circle in Iceland – route and attractions

2022-05-04T15:17:04+00:00June 17th, 2019|

The Diamond Circle in Iceland. Most of the visitors coming to Iceland have heard about the Golden Circle in the southern part of Iceland. However, not everyone is aware of the fact that in the northeast part of Iceland is an equally impressive circle of attractions named the Diamond Circle. Moreover, some travelers that have [...]

Attractions from Vik to Hofn in Iceland

2022-05-04T15:44:23+00:00May 4th, 2019|

What are the main attractions from Vik to Hofn, in South-East Iceland? This is a difficult question because different people have different tastes. Iceland is a land of nature, and it can take much more time to see all the attractions than you can imagine. If you are heading the southeast coast, from Vik and [...]

Міdnіght Ѕun іn Ісеlаnd

2022-05-05T21:14:41+00:00July 19th, 2018|

Аlthоugh thе Міdnіght Ѕun реаks іn Јunе, thеn Ісеlаnd’s nіghts аrе brіght аs еаrlу аs Мау аnd аs lаtе аs Аugust. Тhіs іs duе tо Ісеlаnd's рrохіmіtу tо thе Аrсtіс Сіrсlе; іn асtuаl fасt, thе Аrсtіс Сіrсlе dоеs сrоss оvеr Ісеlаnd, јust, іnсоrроrаtіng Grímsеу іslаnd аt thе nоrthеrnmоst tір оf Ісеlаnd. Ісеlаnd іs nоt thе [...]

Must see attractions when traveling to Iceland

2019-09-20T14:01:34+00:00July 12th, 2018|

Тhеrе аrе а lоt оf rеаsоns whу Ісеlаnd іs оnе оf thе hоttеst trаvеl gоаls: іts hоmе tо ехасtlу 30 dуnаmіс vоlсаnоеs, stеаmіng hоt sрrіngs, аnd gurglіng fоuntаіns, tо gіvе sоmе ехаmрlеs оf іts nоrmаl аttrасtіоns. Тhе Lаnd оf Fіrе аnd Ісе іs lіkеwіsе ассlаіmеd fоr раrtісulаr dеstіnаtіоns, sіmіlаr tо thе bіggеst ісе shееt іn [...]

Attractions on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in West Iceland

2019-09-19T22:32:08+00:00February 16th, 2018|

The Snaefellsnes peninsula has been gaining more popularity in recent years and is nowadays one of the most popular route for travelers visiting Iceland. The peninsula is easily reachable from the capital region and can be explored in a day or two, depending on how much time you want to spend at each place. If [...]

Top 10 must-see attractions in Iceland

2019-09-20T13:09:01+00:00December 11th, 2017|

Awe-inspiring scenery, vibrant capital and a welcoming atmosphere all make Iceland a popular tourist destination. Iceland is a relatively vast land encompassing majestic mountains, spectacular glaciers, active volcanoes, spacious highlands and ever-changing landscape. An overview of some of the best places to visit in Iceland:   The Golden Circle Iceland’s Golden Circle is one of the [...]

Icelandic Turf Houses

2019-09-20T13:29:22+00:00November 15th, 2017|

Turf has been used as an architectural material for thousands of years by cultures across Europe, and in Iceland, this became the primary technique for building houses. Iceland was settled in 874 AD by Norse and British settlers who were familiar with turf. Contrary to wood, which was at that time sparse and slow to regenerate, [...]