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Places to see on Snaefellsnes

1. Kirkjufell The star of Snaefellsness you ask? Ha ds down, the kirkjufell mountain. A paradise for all the photographers, as the mountain acts as the jaw-dropping background for the waterfall. Availability of parking space beside the road to the mountain increases the accessibility. Kirkjufellsfoss is positively one of the...

Best places to visit on an Iceland Cruise

1. The far north If you're on one of these cruises~ Viking, Ponant, Silversea, Hurtigruten, or Norwegian cruise line then most likely the next stop of yours will be Akureyri or Húsavik. One's a college town whereas the other is known for whale watching. From there you can go on...

Things to do in Reykjavik

THINGS TO DO IN REYKJAVÍK Art & colored houses in Reykjavik Over the span of the last few years, the art scenario in Iceland has been budding quite appreciably. A number of art galleries and street arts have found their home in this city. With the liberty to paint the...

Things to do during bad weather in Iceland

Visit Iceland's bars and cafes What better way than to spend an evening with your favorite beverage in hand while you sit in a homey cafe and watch the storm! In larger towns like Reykjavík or Akureyri, there'll be a lot of options to choose from. Take a stroll around...

Not to do things in Iceland

Not going to the swimming pool because it's cold outside You definitely shouldn't miss out on experiencing this authentic Icelandic tradition. Most of the pools are heated, even geothermally. What better than soaking in the naturally heated water, enjoying hot springs all the while sitting back and relaxing. It's pretty...

Things to know before visiting Iceland

It's really cold I'd be lying if I said that Iceland isn't cold. Trust me when I say that you'll have to pack as many warm clothes as you can accommodate in your suitcase because you'll be needing them all. Make a checklist consisting of everything ranging from thermal inner...

Romantic things to do in Iceland

Gaze at the Northern Lights Okay imagine this~ you're snuggled up beside your partner, on a cold winter night inside the blankets. And then nature decides to put up a phenomenal light show for you. Neon bright colored lights swaying against the night sky, sounds wonderful? It indeed in reality...

Best time to visit Iceland

Ice caves in the winter (November to March) This season is a little longer, a little colder without a sub-zero temperature (Most of the time), and a whole lot of beautiful. Filled with snowy landscapes, dancing northern lights, and marvelous blue ice caves. If you love yourself some adventure, a...

Top 5 Road Trips in Iceland

The Golden Circle The Golden Circle is a huge center of attraction amongst many tourists and is pretty famous. All for the right reasons too. It's a 155-mile loop that starts in Reykjavík. It is a cozy drive across the span of a day, ends just in time for dinner...

Top 5 Icelandic Attractions

Northern Lights Visit Iceland solely for watching these northern lights and it'd be sufficient. In the dark winter night, against an open sky, the sight of twirling and swaying lights is absolutely unforgettable. Set up your camera and gaze at the marvelous show from a comfortable spot, be it the...