Our Iceland travel guide will introduce you to Iceland and will highlight the best places to visit when making a road trip along the golden circle or ring road of Iceland. This guide will support you to plan your own trip to Iceland and pick the best waterfalls, hot springs and sights for your road trip to Iceland.
Welcome to Iceland!
Iceland is a European country in the North Atlantic Ocean. Iceland is quite large, but not a lot of people live here. Most of the country is called the Highlands, and is uninhabitable. The Highlands are a place of fjords and lava fields. They can be explored though.
Iceland is the place to go if you want to experience something different. The country has a lot to offer: hot springs to bathe in, geysers and fumaroles to experience the geological oddities of the island, wonderful waterfalls, national parks, glacial lagoons… This makes a visit to Iceland truly unique and something that’s hard to find in the rest of Europe.
Facts About Iceland
Icelandic króna (ISK)
€1 = 156 ISK
$1 = 128 ISK
Type C (Europlug)
Type F (Schuko)
Suggested Itineraries for Your Travel to Iceland
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Destinations in Iceland
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Recent Articles on Traveling to Iceland
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- Skógafoss Waterfall in IcelandSkógafoss is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. Skógafoss is located in the south of Iceland in the village of Skógar. The waterfall is located along the Skógá river, dropping a massive 60 meters (almost 200 ft), creating a true spectacular sight. The waterfall is 25 meters wide… Continue reading Skógafoss Waterfall in Iceland
- Skógar Village in Iceland – Places to Visit and MapSkógar is a small village in Iceland where about 25 people live. Skógar is Icelandic for forests. It’s a popular place for tourists because of the famous waterfall Skógafoss. But that’s not all that this small village has to offer. In our guide on Skógar, you’ll discover all this village… Continue reading Skógar Village in Iceland – Places to Visit and Map
- Blue Lagoon IcelandThe Blue Lagoon, nearby Reykjavík in Iceland, is definitely something we were dying to visit! It’s a famous geothermal spa and one of the best tourist attractions in Iceland. We have heard so many great things about this place. It is said to be one of the best spa experiences… Continue reading Blue Lagoon Iceland
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