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Day Trip to Lake Mývatn and Powerful Dettifoss from Akureyri
"First we drive along the coast of Eyjafjordur. We begin by stopping at Goðafoss one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland on our way to Dettifoss and lake Mývatn. The lake was created by a large basaltic lava eruption 2300 years ago and the surrounding landscape is dominated by volcanic landforms including lava pillars and rootless vents. We will stop at the hot spring area at Hverarönd in Námaskarð. Then it comes to one of the most powerful waterfall in Europe Dettifoss. On the way back we come to the unique lava formations of Dimmuborgir which are among the most popular tourist attractions in the Myvatn area and also in Skútustaðagígar (pseudo crater area). Our last stop is in Eyjafjordur where you can see ov""
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Day Trip to Lake Mývatn And The Nature Baths from Akureyri
"First we drive along the coast of Eyjafjordur one of the longest fjords in Iceland. We begin by stopping at Goðafoss waterfall one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland on our way to Lake Mývatn. The lake was created by a large basaltic lava eruption 2300 years ago and the surrounding landscape is dominated by volcanic landforms including lava pillars and rootless vents. We stop in the Nature baths where you get the chance to relax in the steam baths and bathe in the geothermal water. You can also take a massage in the baths. On the way back we come to the unique lava formations we stop also in Skútustaðagígar (pseudo crater area). Our last stop is in Eyjafjordur where you can see over the fjord to Akureyri and take a great photo shot."
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Reykjanes Peninsula Private Tour from Reykjavik
"First we visit Grindavik one of Iceland’s fishing villages where a visit to the “Saltfisksetrid” Museum is optional. Then we drive to the west along southern Reykjanes peninsula past Gunnuhver where we will observe active geothermal areas. Next the tour leads to the country’s oldest lighthouse “Reykjanesviti” where spectacular birdlife can be viewed. On a clear day you can see the small island of Eldey about 10 miles from the shore (16 km). At the next stop is
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Bars/ Nightclubs

One liked by my brother and me, as we found it the best place to get into conversation with some friendly locals here! Grand Rokk has live music, chess, literature and pub quizzes held weekly. If you...
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NATIONAL EINAR JONSSON GALLERY: Einar Jonsson (1874-1954) was Iceland's first sculptor. As for how to get there, please check with Bjorgvin. He's a great guide in this respect :) Thank you,...
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Laundromat bar

Well, it looked like a standard bar and was - although this 50 year old was surprised to find that everyone else in there was 23 years old. Mind you, I can look at 23 year old Icelandic women all day...
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Grand Rokk

Probably one of the most mixed crowds in one place that we went to while in Reykjavik. Grand Rokk not only has live music on most nights starting around 10pm or so but it combines people from all...
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Drinking out

If you want to have a lively night out its worth having several drinks at home! Alcohol is exceptionally expensive!!!!It is possible to buy duty free alcohol when you arrive at Keflavik Airport. The...
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the whole town of Reykjavik

Our hotel told us we had to go check it out and so we did. It was the craziest thing I ever saw in my life. Thousands of people on the street after midnight but not before to all the bars and...
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Rúntur

The Rúntur (meaning 'round-tour') is Reykjavik's weekly pub crawl which has become increasingly famous around Europe. Reykajavik has a great social night life and the city centre comes alive on Friday...
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Dubliner

Cosy Irish pub in the city centre. Seems to get quite busy as the evening wears on and can become packed and sweaty later into the night!Live music regulary and theres a dancehall upstairs.Gets a lot...
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any

Why does the everything cost so much? If you are here visiting from the states, save your money and drink when you get home. It's o.k. here, but pretty much like it is everywhere in the United States...
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Weekends only!

I visited Iceland for Iceland Airwaves a few years ago. The weekend was amazing, young people everywhere. Bars were packed and everything was open. I decided to stay an extra 2 days after the weekend...
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Cafe Oliver

If you want to see the beautiful people and soak it all up with cool tunes, this is your place. Be warned, while their mojito is quite tasty, it is not cheap. Was about $20 US...ouch. But plenty of...
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Olivers

Oliver's seemed to be the main hangout when I was there in May 2006. Its a restuarant that turns into a bar/club at night. This place only gets going on the weekend like ever other place in Reykjavik....
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Kaffibarinn

This was a Place to act Coolreally , most in there were the trendy crowd i guess , as they barely smiled etcits a nice pub though, not swanky or posh very relaxed IE Candles flickering on the small...
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Laugavegur

If u stay on this street Laugavegur there are alot of Pubs on it or just off it , its a good point to note ,Although prob better to get to the end of the street as a place to start off , as the street...
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Skalholtsstigur 2a, Reykjavi­k, 101, Iceland
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Sudurlandsbraut 2, Reykjavik, 108, Iceland
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Hafnarstraeti 87 - 89, Akureyri, IS-602, Iceland
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Top Things to Do in Iceland

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Hallgrimskirkja

Hallgrímskirkja is our biggest church (kirkja=church) and is named after Hallgrímur Pétursson, a reverend and hymn writer (1614-1674) who wrote the beautiful hymns "Passíusálmar" which are Iceland's...
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Haukadalsskógur (Haukadalur forest)

The church in the National Forest Haukadalsskógur was re-built in 1842-1843. The original one was probably constructed around 1030, but it was pulled down and replaced. When we visited the door was...
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Þorvaldseyri farm

There is a big farm, Þorvaldseyri farm, in South-Iceland in an area we call "Undir Eyjafjöllum" or beneath the Eyjafjöll mountains. It got hit very hard by the volcanic eruption in Eyjafjallajökull,...
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Vatnshellir cave

There are endless interesting and beautiful sights on the Snæfellsnes peninsula and I am always finding "new" places to visit there. On my last visit I visited the colourful lava tube cave,...
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Blue Lagoon

In 2013 the Blue Lagoon Chill party went from being an exclusive and fun outdoor party in the lagoon with bands and DJs to an indoor venue. All those videos you see online of people dancing in the...
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Vidistadatun Sculpture Park

We loved this great little Viking play park in the sculpture park. I think it is a lovely idea to have all the play things in traditional Viking style. It exposes children to traditional art and also...
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