Explore the caves, craters, lava fields and curiously shaped rock formations at this volcanic wonderland in the north of Iceland.
Marvel at the dynamism of nature at this waterfall, which is the highlight in a series of chutes along the river.
Explore the great outdoors at Akureyri Botanical Garden, a lovely green space in Akureyri. While in this walkable area, you can savor the top-notch restaurants.
Explore the waterfront in Husavik with a trip to Husavik Harbour. While you're in the area, stroll along the waterfront.
Whether you are attending a conference or want to be entertained by music, theater or art, this waterfront building has it covered.
Appreciate a view of the impressive horseshoe shape of the Waterfall of the Gods and go hiking alongside the foamy rapids of the Skjálfandafljót River.
Marvel at the stained-glass panel and the huge pipe organ that are among the treasures of this modern church that towers over the city.
Relax with a massage in the geothermal pools and enjoy a bath over natural steam jets in this scenic site.
Explore the great outdoors at Asbyrgi, a lovely green space in Skinnastadur.
Visit museums and a magnificent church and stroll leisurely in the botanical garden of what has been nicknamed “the capital of northern Iceland.”
Hike through lava fields and ascend to the rim of a volcanic crater, before relaxing in the geothermal lagoons of this extraordinary landscape.
Unique features of Husavik include the whale watching and waterfront views. Make a stop by Husavik Harbour or Húsavík Whale Museum while you're exploring the area.
Siglufjörður is noteworthy for its restaurants, and you can make a stop at top attractions like Siglo Marina and The Herring Era Museum.
Unique features of Skutustadir include the restaurants and lake views. Make a stop by Dimmuborgir or Pseudo Craters while you're exploring the area.
Mountain views and restaurants are just a few things travelers like about Olafsfjordur. A stop by Pálshús Museum is also recommended if you've got time to explore the area.