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As the name itself depicts the chilly characteristics, it is a little that one needs to introduce Iceland and its attractions. One of the Europe's hot favorite destinations, Iceland is a complete package for the tourists. Both nature and human endeavors have imparted this country a unique, intriguing and attractive look and feel. Hot springs, glaciers, active volcanoes, geysers and vast lava deserts; they all are fabulous constituents of Iceland's natural beauty and iceland tourist attractions. Glorious history and folklore traditions bless Iceland with an eternal charm. While being there, you must see to it that you do not miss out on even a single tourist attractions in iceland or else your tour would be incomplete. Let's have a look at some of them:


It is a part of the Island of Grimsey that attracts a large number of tourists for admiring the cliffs which at some places are 100 meters high. They prove to be perfect for bird colonies on the island. This place is also known for its passion about chess.


Reykjavik has an electrifying environment like most of the modern European cities. Energetic pubs and clubs, refreshing cafes, and bright colored wood and corrugated tin houses in the city make it an interesting place to be at.

Blue Lagoon

It is one of the most famous geothermal pools in the country that intrigues people. Blue Lagoon is an expensive place; however, you would never find it without a crowd. It is a huge milky-blue spa hidden in black lava between the airport and Reykjavik. Heated mineral-rich seawater feed this pool which lies in proximity of some similar attractions in surrounding. People donned in white silica-mud, and clouds of steam further enhance the charm of the place. Besides floating around you can explore some other interesting options like hot pots, sauna and steam room or a hot waterfall that render a powerful hydraulic massage.


The original spouting hot spring, Geysir is the name after which all other springs in the world are named. Clogged by people with rocks and rubbish in 1950, this shot spring once again became active in the earthquake of year 2000. It spouts water up to 115 feet and erupts every six minutes.


Gullfoss is the most famous waterfall in Iceland. You would love to see this constant and beautiful event of tumbling water into 32 meter deep into steep sided canyon kicking up the sheer wall of spray.


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