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  • Blue Lagoon

    A wonderful geothermal spa, located in a lava field. The bathing here is simply fabulous and great for your health.

  • Geysir

    The one that named them all. Usually, it erupts daily, but even if you don't manage to see the water, it is definitely worth a visit.

  • Seljalandsfoss

    A stunning 60 metres high waterfall – and the best part is, you can go behind it. Definitely worth a visit for the magnificent scenery.

  • Golden Falls

    The beauty of this waterfall is simply stunning and something you will remember for life. A must-visit while on the island.

  • Glacier Lagoon

    Perhaps one of the world's greatest natural jewels. The lagoon is a must-see while here and definitely worth the trip.

  • Thingvellir National Park

    A UNESCO World Heritage site. The park is famous for being the first place where the Icelandic parliament assembled.

  • Church of Hallgrímur

    This architectural gem will take your breath away. The design of the building is really something unique and a must-see.

  • Skógafoss

    Come see one of the biggest waterfalls in the country! A legend says that it hides a treasure. On sunny days, a rainbow can be seen.

  • Skaftafell

    A breathtaking nature reserve somewhat reminiscing alpine landscape. The climate is relatively mild which renders the park well accessible.

  • Dyrhólaey

    This small peninsula with cliffs is a protected area. It's home to many sea birds, including puffins, gulls and fulmars. Wonderful views.

  • Kerid crater lake

    Take a walk around the crater and admire the contrast between the red rocks and the bright blue water, caused by the minerals form the soil.

  • Sun Voyager

    Sólfar is a modern sculpture by Jón Gunnar Árnason. Built in 1986, it symbolizes an ode to the sun, light and hope.

  • Háifoss

    With a height of 122 meters, Háifoss is the second highest waterfall in Iceland. It is easily accessible by a car.

  • Lake Tjörnin

    Reykjavik's own lake. Feed the birds, go joggling or cycling or just enjoy the tranquil atmosphere here.

  • Split Mound Cave

    A lava tube that is often decorated with ice, thanks to the cold air that gets trapped in here. Definitely worth a visit.

  • Keflavik International (KEF)

    Easily accessible by the Flybus or taxi. The airport provides free WiFi for all of its passengers.

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