Iceland attracts many with its iridescent northern lights and a dramatic landscape of geysers, volcanoes, and mountains. The Nordic island’s main destination is Reykjavik, where you get to explore world-class museums, galleries and exhibitions, all showcasing Iceland’s cultural heritage. 

    Fans of the outdoors can enjoy an adventure-filled vacation of exploring ice caves and waterfalls along Iceland’s ring road, which is over 1,000 km in length. If you’re prefer soaking in Iceland’s geothermal pools, the iconic Blue Lagoon is situated in the suburban town of Grindavik.

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    • Pulsing with energy, Reykjavik hosts over 40 festivals a year in celebration of its Viking culture and heritage. Music plays a huge part in this and there are events almost every month showcasing the best of folk, blues, jazz, and modern acts from Iceland and further afield. The city is famed for its high-octane nightlife, facilitated by round-the...

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    • Reykjavik Travel Essentials

      Our Reykjavik Travel Essentials lays out the essential information you need to help planning your trip to the capital city of Iceland. No matter how frequently you travel, some questions will always need answers: What’s the weather like? How can I get from the airport to my hotel? What currency and type of plug do I need? We have all...

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