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The Internet’s Only Guide to Iceland Statues and Sculptures

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Iceland, with its centuries-old history and breathtaking scenery, has one of the most fascinating cultural landscapes in the world. With a now bustling tourism industry, many people are now realizing that Iceland is an absolute must-see. While Iceland is a natural wonder in and of itself, those who travel to this remote place will discover that there are wonders other …

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Iceland New Years Eve: Ring In The New Year In Reykjavik

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Around the world, different regions celebrate holidays unique to their cultures. However, many share a similar interest in ringing in the new year with friends, family, and food. Among these various New Year’s celebrations, Iceland has one of the most festive. New Years Eve in Iceland is a splendid sight to behold. Residents of Iceland follow an hours-long cultural routine …

The 4 Most Amazing Iceland Hot Springs to Visit On Your Trip

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There are plenty of Iceland hot springs and pools to visit. The natural and man-made geothermal pools Iceland has to offer are well-renowned and easily a top-rated favorite among travelers. Nothing beats soaking in warm, bubbly water with a crisp breeze in your face and a cold beer in your hand. Below you can find four of our top favorite …

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Iceland AirBnB: 10 Most Incredible Rental Options in Iceland

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Looking for a way to save on the expense of AirBnB’s? Click here to create an account and get $55 off, on me! Planning a trip to Iceland is exciting. There are so many wonderful sights to see in this rich, ancient, volcanic country. From enormous volcanoes, like Eyjafjallajökull and Helka, to old Viking-style pools and grand waterfalls like Hengifoss …

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10 Things to Do in Akureyri: North Iceland’s Bustling Town

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When planning a visit to Iceland, many tourists focus primarily on the capital city of Reykjavik, which makes sense—it’s a 40-minute drive from the nation’s only international airport and its most populated city, with the requisite number of hotels, restaurants, pubs, museums and other cultural attractions. However, visitors with more than a few days to spend in-country should consider a …

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Diving Iceland’s Silfra Fissure: Our Comprehensive Guide

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With 70% of the planet submerged, you’d need to dive into it to genuinely observe what the world brings to the table. Getting scuba training can make you fixated on heading out to the best dive destinations around the globe. The Silfra Fissure in Iceland is a standout amongst the most fantastic dive destinations you will ever experience! It can …

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5 Reasons To Rent an Iceland Camper Van For Your Adventures

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A growing number of visitors to Iceland are bypassing traditional hotels and highly orchestrated tours for a less structured experience: exploring the country by camper van. Is camper van tourism right for you? In this article, we’ll take a look at the unique benefits this mode of travel has to offer, as well as some of the factors you’ll need …

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Drink Up! The 9 Best Breweries We Have Found in Iceland

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Whether you’re a casual beer drinker or an ale aficionado, a tour of breweries is an interesting—and intoxicating—way to experience the culture of a country like Iceland. Despite the fact that beer was prohibited in Iceland from 1915 until 1989, the Nordic nation now hosts a thriving beer industry made up of several major Iceland breweries and about a dozen …

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Northern Lights in Iceland: Best Locations in Each Region

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If you’ve always dreamed of seeing the dancing colors of the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights, the skies over Iceland may offer the best views on the planet. This island nation located on the Arctic Circle’s southern edge, offers dozens of locations where you’re likely to catch this dazzling light show. Its modest population of only about 350,000 keeps light …