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Wednesday, May 30, 2018








100 Best Things to Do in Iceland


Land of the Vikings, craft beers, and jaw-dropping scenery, Iceland has really come to the forefront of hipster and iconic-photographer’s attention in recent years as a hotspot (pun intended) for all things cultural, tartan-patterned and artisan coffee-orientated. With views and natural beauty to impress even the most underwhelmed of more party or sun-seeking travellers, Iceland caters for all and has experienced a surge of economic growth in the past 15 years, welcoming over 1,000,000 visitors in 2015. With this wide variety of interests and nationalities in mind, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of 100 of the best things to do in Iceland, from scenic walks and nature tours, to the best craft beers and bars to visit, to . Here goes our list of 100 things to do in Iceland!
1. Swim in an Open Air Hot Tub (Reykjavik)
The notorious Blue Lagoon has produced many iconic images of travel in Iceland, and while it’s less than an hour outside Reykjavik city centre, the rather expensive ticket (€65 a pop!) and crowds of tourists may be off-putting for some. Alternative options include the more localised (and cheaper!) Laugardalslaug, and Vesturbaejarlaug in the west of the city, which are both only 10-20 minutes away from the centre. Either way, a dip in a hot spring thermal pool with hot taps and steamed saunas to contrast the chilly temperatures outside is an absolute must to experience when visiting Iceland.
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