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Did you know Iceland has its own National Beer Day? Or that the water in the mountains is so pure, you can drink it from the rivers? Check out more fun facts about Iceland here below.
Iceland is famed for its geological wonders, but there’s so much more to this fascinating island country than meets the eye. Here are 13 amazing facts we think will fire up your wanderlust and inspire you to book your next holiday here...
Iceland is one of a handful of lucky countries that showcases this stunning spectacle, with the opportunity to see it anywhere on the island. And what makes the Northern Lights extra special is that, even though there are times of the year when sightings are more common, you can never be sure which nights the sky will play host to the delightful display.
Looking for things to do in Iceland? From striking glaciers to mesmerizing geysers, here you will find all the best Iceland has to offer.
Our guests often ask about points of interest and activities in the area when they check-in at the hotel. So we decided to contact the experts, our front desk staff. After few days of vibrant discussions and lively debate, we received a list from all our hotels which we encourage you to check out.
For your convenience, we have narrowed it down to top 10 things to do in all parts of Iceland. You'll find information about our hotels in the area and we also offer customized Self Drive Tours to help with the planning!
South Iceland is probably the most traveled part of the country. Highlights of the south which may sound familiar include the majestic Vatnajökull Glacier, the captivating Golden Circle and the mighty Eyjafjallajökull Volcano which grounded European air traffic for days when it erupted in 2010.
The city's main landmark, Hallgrímskirkja church, the National and Saga museums and the geothermal Blue Lagoon are only a few points of interest in our beautiful capital. With stunning nature in such close proximity to the buzzing city, it's not a question if but for how long.