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Iceland, this sparsely populated island where nature reigns supreme, will allow you to disconnect completely from the modern world and live unforgettable experiences.
Iceland, also known as the land of fire and ice, is an island full of contrasts but above all a place of striking natural beauty. If you dream of a change of scene or if you want to recharge your batteries, this is the perfect destination! Being at the top of the globe, Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see the Northern Lights. Come between September and April, it's the best time to observe as many as possible! Thanks to its multitude of rivers, you will find countless hot springs. Come and discover them in this remarkable place that is the Landmannalaugar nature reserve that will also charm hikers. A unique way to visit the country, a horseback ride. Icelandic horses are a country-specific breed, which makes the experience memorable. You want to see breathtaking landscapes, a multitude of volcanoes like the famous Eyjafjallajokull are to discover on the island such as gigantic glaciers like the largest glacier in Europe, the Vatnajokull. The black sand beach Reynisfjara and its titanic rock formations renowned all over the world is a must! You can watch a show you won't find anywhere else: the Whale Dance. Also, come and spend a few days in its capital, Reykjavik. This picturesque town with its colorful houses has a very special atmosphere. You can meet its welcoming inhabitants and immerse yourself in Icelandic culture so atypical with its traditions and legends.
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FAQs for Iceland

  • What films and series were filmed in Iceland?
    Thanks to its natural setting, Iceland is regularly chosen as a filming location. Among them, Interstellar was shot at the Svínafellsjökull Glacier, part of Game of Thrones at Thingvellir National Park, Black Mirror in Reykjavik and Oblivion at the Hrossaborg Volcanic Crater.

  • What are Icelandic culinary specialties?
    Typical dishes include lamb soup, skyr which is a thick cheese, or plokkfiskur (fish soup).

  • Where can the Northern Lights be seen in Iceland?
    It is best to stay away from the cities to see the Northern Lights. One of the best places is the Vatnajökull ice lagoon in the south-east of the country.

Things to do and see in Iceland

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