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10 places to visit in Iceland

#1in ReykjavikSeljalandsfoss Waterfall in ReykjavikSeljalandsfoss Waterfall in Reykjavik

It is one of the best places on the planet for those who are on the lookout for inspiration or fascinating impressions for years to come.

#2in ReykjavikHallgrimskirkja Church in ReykjavikHallgrimskirkja Church in Reykjavik

The Hallgrímskirkja deserves more than just a quick glance from the outside, so come inside to listen to a beautiful organ music here!

#4in ReykjavikBlue Lagoon in ReykjavikBlue Lagoon in Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon spa resort is matchless, as its location and powers are truly unique.

#3in ReykjavikGeysir Geyser in ReykjavikGeysir Geyser in Reykjavik

The valley, where Geysir is situated, looks like a setting for a sci-fi movie, except that everything is for real here!

#5in ReykjavikCrystal Cave Svinafell in ReykjavikCrystal Cave Svinafell in Reykjavik

Not everyone has a chance of visiting a fairytale of the Snow Queen. Go there to become the lucky one!

#7in ReykjavikJökulsárlón glacier lagoon in ReykjavikJökulsárlón glacier lagoon in Reykjavik

The cold ice of Jökulsárlón is capable of melting even the hardest hearts!

#6in ReykjavikPerlan in ReykjavikPerlan in Reykjavik

The most extraordinary building in Reykjavík is also a real entertainment center, where everyone will find an activity to his or her taste.

#8in ReykjavikYtri-Tunga BeachYtri-Tunga Beach in Reykjavik

Tiny rocky beach on the Western coast of Iceland. During the last decade, it is inhabited only with the seals.

#9in ReykjavikDettifoss Waterfall in ReykjavikDettifoss Waterfall in Reykjavik

The rebellious nature of this «brutal» waterfall is sure to astound you to the very bottom of your heart.

#10in ReykjavikReynisfjara beachReynisfjara beach in Reykjavik

Reynisfjara is 180 kilometers from Reykjavik.The black-sand beach was created by lava that flowed into the ocean and was cooled instantly touching the water. It stretches for 5 kilometers and it's the most humid place in Iceland.

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