Iceland in June: Pros and Cons, What to Expect In The Summer

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June marks the start of peak travel season in Iceland, when the days are at their longest and the weather is at its mildest. You’ll enjoy seasonal events like music festivals and “midnight sun” celebrations, but you may also battle heavy crowds and unpredictable temperatures. The following guide will prepare you for what to expect during this season and help …

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Hiking Reykjadalur Hot Springs: Everything You Need To Know

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Most trips to Iceland begin and end in Reykjavik, the capital city and home to the nation’s only international airport. However, far fewer travelers make it to one of the country’s hidden gems less than an hour’s drive east of the capital. The Reykjadalur valley (“steam valley”) is home to picturesque views and rolling trails. There are fascinating geothermal terrains …

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 …