Visit Iceland – 90 Amazing places to Travel

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Visit Iceland - 90 Amazing places to Travel

Visit Iceland – 90 Amazing places to Travel

Visit Iceland

Do you want to visit Iceland?

Iceland is famous to have one of the most beautiful vistas in the world.

Combining stunning landscapes with incredible natural phenomena such as geysers, active volcanoes, glacier lagoons and breathtaking waterfalls, Iceland definitely keeps us busy for a few weeks.

Iceland is a European island located between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean.

For Nature lovers, lonely hikers, adventure seekers, daring drivers, photographers or mountain trekking enthusiasts, YES! – Iceland welcomes you.

Amazing Places to Visit Iceland

Amazing Places to Visit Iceland

On this page, I make a list of 90 Amazing Places which are undoubtedly the country’s major tourist attractions. The sequence of the photographs has to do with my trip along the Ring Road and the Westfjords for two weeks. So I organized them by order of my visit. I hope you enjoy.

Also read the page: 15 days driving in Iceland – Ring Road + Westfjords. All you need to know to travel the Ring Road and Westfjords. Photos, Best Destinations, National Parks, Waterfalls, Maps, Tips & Advice.

90 places to visit

1 – Visit Reykjavik Sun Voyager Sculpture

Visit Sun Voyager Sculpture Reykjavik Capital Region Iceland

Sun Voyager Sculpture in Reykjavík

Visit the Sun Voyager Sculpture in Reykjavík (Reykjavik), Capital Region – Iceland.

2 – Whale Watching in Reykjavik

Whale Watching Reykjavik Capital Region Iceland

Whale Watching in Reykjavík

Whale Watching in Reykjavík, Iceland Capital Region.

3 – Visit Reykjavik Austurvollur Square

Visit Austurvollur Square in Reykjavik Capital Region Iceland

Austurvöllur Square in Reykjavík

Visit Austurvöllur Square in Reykjavík, Iceland Capital Region.

4 – Visit Reykjavik Cathedral

Visit Hallgrimskirkja Church Reykjavik Capital Region Iceland

Hallgrímskirkja Church in Reykjavík

Visit Hallgrímskirkja Church in Reykjavík, Iceland Capital Region.

5 – Visit Leira Cemetery

Visit Leira Cemetery Western Region Iceland

Leira Cemetery

Visit Leira Cemetery and Timber Church, Iceland Western Region.

6 – Visit Borgarnes Settlement Centre Museum

Visit Settlement Centre Museum Borgarnes Western Region Iceland

The Settlement Centre Museum in Borgarnes

Visit the Settlement Centre Museum in Borgarnes, Iceland Western Region.

7 – Visit Borgarnes Town

Visit Borgarnes Town Western Region Iceland

Borgarnes Town

Visit Borgarnes Town, Iceland Western Region.

8 – Visit Borgarnes Viking Sculpture

Visit Viking Sculpture Borgarnes Western Region Iceland

Viking Sculpture in Borgarnes

Visit the Viking Sculpture in Borgarnes, Iceland Western Region.

9 – Visit Icelandic Horse Farm

Visit Icelandic Horse Farm Western Region Iceland

Icelandic Horse Farm

Visit an Icelandic Horse Farm, Iceland Western Region.

10 – Visit Kolbeinsstadir Church

Visit Kolbeinsstadir Church Western Region Iceland

Kolbeinsstaðir Church

Visit Kolbeinsstaðir (Kolbeinsstadir) Church, Iceland Western Region.

11 – Visit Raudhalsahraun Lava Fields

Visit Raudhalsahraun Lava Fields Western Region Iceland

Rauðhálsahraun Lava Fields

Visit Rauðhálsahraun Lava Fields, Iceland Western Region.

12 – Visit Faskrudarbakki Church

Visit Faskrudarbakki Church, Western Region Iceland

Visit Faskrudarbakki Church

Visit Faskrudarbakki Church, Iceland Western Region.

13 – Visit Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Visit Snaefellsnes Peninsula Western Region Iceland

Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Visit Snæfellsnes (Snaefellsnes) Peninsula, Iceland Western Region.

14 – Visit Laugarbrekka Farm

Visit Laugarbrekka Farm Snaefellsnes Peninsula Western Region Iceland

Laugarbrekka Farm

Visit Laugarbrekka Farm in Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Iceland Western Region. Laugarbrekka is the memorial to Gudridur Þorbjarnardóttir, the first European woman to give birth in the territory of North America. The story goes that by the year 1000 AD, Laugarbrekka was a farm where Gudridur was born before leaving for Vinland (America) with her husband Thorfinnur and where she gave birth.

15 – Visit Londrangar Basalt Cliffs

Visit Londrangar Basalt Cliffs in Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Western Region Iceland

Lóndrangar Basalt Cliffs

Visit Lóndrangar Basalt Cliffs in Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland Western Region.

16 – Visit Hellnar Cliffs

Visit Hellnar Cliffs Snaefellsnes Peninsula Western Region Iceland

Hellnar Cliffs

Visit Hellnar Cliffs in Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Western Region Iceland.

17 – Visit Snaefellsjokull National Park

Visit Snaefellsjokull National Park Western Region Iceland

Snæfellsjökull National Park

Visit Snæfellsjökull (Snaefellsjokull) National Park, Iceland Western Region.

18 – Visit Snaefellsjokull Glacier

Visit Snaefellsjokull Glacier Western Region Iceland

Snæfellsjökull Glacier

Visit Snæfellsjökull (Snaefellsjokull) Glacier, Iceland Western Region.

19 – Visit Hellisandur Maritime Museum

Visit Hellisandur Maritime Museum Western Region Iceland

Hellisandur Maritime Museum

Visit the Hellisandur Maritime Museum, Iceland Western Region.

20 – Visit Kverna Farm

Visit Kverna Farm Grundarfjordur Western Region Iceland

Kverná Farm

Visit Kverná (Kverna) Farm in Grundarfjörður (Grundarfjordur), Iceland Western Region.

21 – Visit Kvernafoss Waterfall

Visit Kvernafoss Waterfall Grundarfjordur Western Region Iceland

Kvernafoss Waterfall

Kvernafoss Waterfall in Grundarfjörður, Iceland Western Region.

22 – Visit Grundarfjordur Harbour

Visit Grundarfjordur Harbour Western Region Iceland

Grundarfjörður Harbour

Visit Grundarfjörður Harbour, Iceland Western Region.

23 – Visit Grundarfjorour Town

Visit Grundarfjorour Town Western Region Iceland

Grundarfjörður Town

Visit Grundarfjörður Town, Iceland Western Region. Grundarfjörður is a small fishing village surrounded by mountains and the natural entrance of a fjord.

24 – Visit Kirkjufell Mountain

Visit Kirkjufell Mountain Grundarfjorour Western Region Iceland

Kirkjufell Mountain

Visit Kirkjufell Mountain in Grundarfjörður, Iceland Western Region.

25 – Visit Setberg Cemetery

Visit Setberg Cemetery Western Region Iceland

Setberg Cemetery

Visit Setberg Cemetery, Iceland Western Region.

26 – Visit Setberg Wooden Church

Visit Setberg Wooden Church Western Region Iceland

Setberg Wooden Church

Visit Setberg Wooden Church, Iceland Western Region.

27 – Visit Stykkisholmur Town

Visit Stykkisholmur Town Western Region Iceland

Stykkishólmur Town

Visit Stykkishólmur (Stykkisholmur) Town, Iceland Western Region.

28 – Visit Tang Riis Timber House in Stykkisholmur

Visit Tang Riis Timber House Stykkisholmur Western Region Iceland

Tang Riis Timber House

Visit Tang Riis Timber House in Stykkishólmur, Iceland Western Region.

29 – Travel Ferry-boat between Stykkisholmur and Brjanslaeku

Ferry boat Baldur between Stykkisholmur Brjanslaeku Westfjords Region Iceland

Ferry-boat Baldur

Make a trip on the Ferry-boat Baldur between Stykkishólmur and Brjánslæku (Brjanslaeku), Iceland Westfjords Region.

30 – Visit Flatey Island

Visit Flatey Island Breidafjordur Westfjords Region Iceland

Flatey Island

Visit Flatey Island in Breiðafjörður (Breidafjordur), Iceland Westfjords Region.

31 – Visit Brjanslaekur Village

Visit Brjanslaekur Village Westfjords Region Iceland

Brjánslækur Village

Visit Brjánslækur Village, Iceland Westfjords Region.

32 – Visit Skapadalur Shipwreck

Visit Skapadalur Gardar BA 64 Shipwreck Westfjords Region Iceland

Skápadalur Garðar BA 64 Shipwreck

Visit Skápadalur Garðar BA 64 Shipwreck, Westfjords Region Iceland.

33 – Visit Hvallatur Sand Beaches

Hvallatur Sand Beaches Westfjords Region Iceland

Hvallatur Sand Beaches

Visit Hvallatur Sand Beaches, Westfjords Region Iceland.

34 – Bird Watching in Latrabjarg

Puffin Watching Latrabjarg Bird Cliffs Westfjords Region Iceland

Bird Watching in Látrabjarg

Puffin Watching in Látrabjarg (Latrabjarg) Bird Cliffs, Iceland Westfjords Region.

35 – Seal Watching in Westfjords

Seal Watching Westfjords Region Iceland

Seal Watching in Westfjords

Seal Watching, Iceland Westfjords Region.

36 – Visit Patreksfjordur Sandy Beaches

Visit Patreksfjordur Sandy Beaches Westfjords Region Iceland

Patreksfjörður Sandy Beaches

Visit Patreksfjörður (Patreksfjordur) Sandy Beaches, Iceland Westfjords Region.

37 – Visit Dynjandi Waterfall

Visit Dynjandi Waterfall Westfjords Region Iceland

Dynjandi Waterfall

Visit Dynjandi Waterfall also known as Fjallfoss, Iceland Westfjords Region.

38 – Visit Isafjordur Fjords

Visit Isafjordur Fjords Westfjords Region Iceland

Ísafjörður Fjords

Visit Ísafjörður (Isafjordur) Fjords, Iceland Westfjords Region.

39 – Visit Isafjordur Town

Visit Isafjordur Town Westfjords Region Iceland

Ísafjörður Town

Visit Ísafjörður Town, Iceland Westfjords Region.

40 – Visit Litlibaer Turf Farm

Visit Litlibaer Turf Farm Skotufjordur Northwestern Region Iceland

Litlibær Turf Farm

Visit Litlibær (Litlibaer) Turf Farm in Skötufjörður (Skotufjordur), Iceland Northwestern Region.

41 – Visit Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft in Holmavik

Visit Museum Icelandic Sorcery Witchcraft Holmavik Northwestern Region Iceland

Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft

Visit the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft in Hólmavík (Holmavik), Iceland Northwestern Region.

42 – Visit Prestbakki Church

Visit Prestbakki Church Hrutafjordur, Northwestern Region Iceland

Prestbakki Church

Visit Prestbakki Church in Hrútafjörður (Hrutafjordur), Iceland Northwestern Region.

43 – Visit First Christian Missionaries Monument

Visit First Christian Missionaries Monument Northwestern Region Iceland

First Christian Missionaries Monument

Visit the First Christian Missionaries 1000 Years Monument (981-1981), Iceland Northwestern Region.

44 – Visit Laxa River

Visit Laxa River Northwestern Region Iceland

Laxá River

Visit Laxá (Laxa) River, Iceland Northwestern Region.

45 – Visit Stephan G. Stephansson Monument

Visit Stephan G Stephansson Icelandic Canadian Poet Monument Northwestern Region Iceland

Stephan G. Stephansson Monument

Visit the Stephan G. Stephansson Monument – Icelandic Canadian Poet, Iceland Northwestern Region.

46 – Visit Gasir

Gasir medieval trading place Eyjafjordur Northeastern Region Iceland

Gásir

Gásir ancient trading place in Eyjafjörður (Eyjafjordur), Iceland Northeastern Region.

47 – Visit Glaumbaer Turf Farm

Visit Glaumbaer Turf Farm Museum Northwestern Region Iceland

Glaumbær Turf Farm and Museum

Visit Glaumbær (Glaumbaer) Turf Farm and Museum, Iceland Northwestern Region. The Glaumbær historic turf farm is an authentic 19th-century Icelandic farm.

48 – Visit Akureyri Town

Visit Akureyri Town Northeastern Region Iceland

Akureyri Town

Visit Akureyri Town, Iceland Northeastern Region.

49 – Visit Akureyri Cathedral

Akureyri Cathedral Northeastern Region Iceland

Akureyri Cathedral

Visit Akureyri Cathedral, Iceland Northeastern Region.

50 – Visit Husavik Whale Museum

Visit Husavik Whale Museum Northeastern Region Iceland

Húsavík Whale Museum

The Húsavík (Husavik) Whale Museum, Iceland Northeastern Region.

51 – Visit Husavik Town

Visit Husavik Town Northeastern Region Iceland

Húsavík Town

Visit Húsavík Town, Iceland Northeastern Region. Húsavík is a city located on the shores of Skjálfandi Bay on the northern coast of Iceland.

52 – Whale Watching in Husavik

Whale Watching Husavik Iceland

Watching in Husavík

Whale Watching in Husavík, Iceland Northeastern Region.

53 – Visit Vidimyri Turf Church

Visit Vidimyri Turf Church Skagafjordur Northwestern Region Iceland

Víðimýri Turf Church

Visit Víðimýri (Vidimyri) Turf Church in Skagafjörður (Skagafjordur), Iceland Northwestern Region.

54 – Visit Grund Church

Visit Grund Church Eyjafjordur Northeastern Region Iceland

Grund Church

Visit Grund Church in Eyjafjörður (Eyjafjordur), Iceland Northeastern Region.

55 – Visit Saurbaer Farm Church

Visit Saurbaer Farm Church Eyjafjordur, Northeastern Region Iceland

Saurbær Farm Church

Saurbær (Saurbaer) Farm Church in Eyjafjörður, Iceland Northeastern Region.

56 – Visit Godafoss Waterfall

Godafoss Waterfall in Bardardalur, Northeastern Region Iceland

Goðafoss Waterfall

Visit Goðafoss (Godafoss) Waterfall in Bárðardalur (Bardardalur), Iceland Northeastern Region.

57 – Visit Myvatn Lake

Visit Myvatn eutrophic lake Northeastern Region Iceland

Mývatn Lake

Visit Mývatn Eutrophic Lake, Iceland Northeastern Region.

58 – Visit Reykjahlid Village

Visit Reykjahlid Village surrounded lava Northeastern Region Iceland

Reykjahlíð Village

Reykjahlíð (Reykjahlid) Village surrounded by lava, Iceland Northeastern Region.

59 – Visit Reykjahlid Church

Visit Reykjahlid Church Northeastern Region Iceland

Reykjahlíð Church

Visit Reykjahlíð Church, Iceland Northeastern Region.

60 – Visit Myvatn Nature Baths

Visit Myvatn Nature Baths Northeastern Region Iceland

Mývatn Nature Baths

Visit Mývatn Nature Baths, Iceland Northeastern Region.

61 – Visit Myvatn Geothermal Stations

Visit Myvatn Geothermal Stations Northeastern Region Iceland

Mývatn Geothermal Stations

Visit the Mývatn Geothermal Stations, Iceland Northeastern Region.

62 – Visit Hverir Geothermal Area

Visit Hverir geothermal area boiling mudpools steaming fumaroles Northeastern Region Iceland

Hverir Geothermal Area

Visit Hverir Geothermal Area with boiling mud pools and steaming fumaroles, Iceland Northeastern Region.

63 – Visit Leirhnjukur Lava Field

Visit Leirhnjukur Lava Field Geothermal Area Northeastern Region Iceland

Leirhnjúkur Lava Field

Visit Leirhnjúkur (Leirhnjukur) Lava Field and Geothermal Area,

64 – Visit Krafla Volcano

Visit Krafla Volcano Region Northeastern Iceland

Krafla Volcano Region

Visit Krafla Volcano Region, Iceland Northeastern Region. It’s possible to hike inside Krafla’s several volcanic craters filled with water, explore impressive lunar landscapes with active lava and spot large dry lava rivers.

65 – Visit Dettifoss Waterfall

Visit Dettifoss Waterfall Northeastern Region Iceland

Dettifoss Waterfall

Visit Dettifoss Waterfall, Iceland Northeastern Region.

66 – Visit North East Iceland

Visit incredible landscapes North East Iceland

North East Iceland

Visit and enjoy the incredible landscapes of North East Iceland.

67 – Visit Jokulsa a Fjollum River

Visit Jokulsa Fjollum River Northeastern Region Iceland

Jökulsá á Fjöllum River

Visit Jökulsá á Fjöllum River, Iceland Northeastern Region.

68 – Visit Icelandic Wartime Museum in Reydarfjordur

Visit Icelandic Wartime Museum Reydarfjordur Eastern Region Iceland

Icelandic Wartime Museum

Visit the Icelandic Wartime Museum in Reyðarfjörður (Reydarfjordur), Iceland Eastern Region.

69 – Visit Reydarfjordur Harbour

Visit Reydarfjordur Harbour Eastern Region Iceland

Reyðarfjörður Harbour

Visit Reyðarfjörður Harbour, Iceland Eastern Region.

70 – Visit Taergesen Guest House in Reydarfjordur

Taergesen Timber Guest House Reydarfjordur Eastern Region Iceland

Tærgesen Guest House

Tærgesen (Taergesen) Wooden Guest House – Reyðarfjörður hotel established in 1878, Iceland Eastern Region.

71 – Trekking in Iceland

Explore and discover your own place by trekking, Eastern Region Iceland

Trekking in Iceland

Explore and discover your own place by mountain trekking, Iceland Eastern Region.

72 – Visit Flaajokull Glacier

Visit Flaajokull Glacier Eastern Region Iceland

Fláajökull Glacier

Visit Fláajökull (Flaajokull) Glacier, Iceland Eastern Region.

73 – Visit Hafnarnes Old French hospital

Visit Former French hospital Hafnarnes Faskrudsfjoerdur Eastern Region Iceland

French hospital of Hafnarnes

Visit the Former French hospital of Hafnarnes in Fáskrúðsfjoerður (Faskrudsfjoerdur), Iceland Eastern Region.

74 – Discover abandoned houses

Abandoned House Iceland

Discover Abandoned Houses

Discover Abandoned Houses all over Iceland.

75 – Visit East Iceland

Visit East Iceland beautiful fjords natural harbors

Visit East Iceland

Visit East Iceland beautiful fjords and natural harbors.

76 – Visit Viking monument in Skalafell

Visit Viking monument Skalafell Eastern Region Iceland

Viking monument in Skálafell

Visit Viking monument in Skálafell (Skalafell), Iceland Eastern Region.

77 – Visit Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon

Visit Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon Eastern Region Iceland

Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon

Visit Jökulsárlón (Jokulsarlon) Glacial Lagoon, Iceland Eastern Region. The fantastic Jökulsárlón site is famous for its glacier lagoon. You can make a tour in amphibious vehicles into the lake, traveling through the icebergs.

78 – Visit Jokulsarlon Glacial Beach

Visit Jokulsarlon Glacial Beach Iceland

Jökulsárlón Glacial Beach

Visit Jökulsárlón Glacial Beach, Iceland Eastern Region.

79 – Visit Svartifoss Waterfall

Visit Svartifoss Waterfall Southern Region Iceland

Svartifoss Waterfall

Visit Svartifoss Waterfall in Vatnajökull National Park (Vatnajokull – Skaftafell), Iceland Southern Region.

80 – Visit Vik Beach

Visit Vik Beach Southern Region Iceland

Vík Beach

Visit Vík (Vik) Beach, Iceland Southern Region.

81 – Visit Vik Village

Visit Vik Village Southern Region Iceland

Vík Village

Visit Vík Village, Iceland Southern Region.

82 – Visit Thorsmork Nature Reserve

Visit Thorsmork Nature Reserve Southern Region Iceland

Þórsmörk Nature Reserve

Visit Þórsmörk (Thórsmörk or Thorsmork) Nature Reserve, Iceland Southern Region.

83 – Visit Strokkur Geyser

Visit Strokkur Geyser Southern Region Iceland

Strokkur Geyser

Visit Strokkur Geyser, Iceland Southern Region. This incredible natural phenomenon of boiling water erupting up to 12 meters / 40 feet high is amazing to watch.

84 – Visit Gullfoss Waterfall

Visit Gullfoss Waterfall Southern Region Iceland

Gullfoss Waterfall

Visit Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland Southern Region. The water of this waterfall comes from the Hvítá River, and the whole scenery is breathtaking along with the mind-blowing surrounding landscape and noise of the water hitting the stones.

85 – Visit Thingvellir National Park

Visit Thingvellir National Park Southern Region Iceland

Þingvellir National Park

Visit Þingvellir (Thingvellir) National Park, Iceland Southern Region.

86 – Visit Barnafossar Waterfall

Visit Barnafossar Waterfall Western Region Iceland

Barnafossar Waterfall

Visit Barnafossar Waterfall, Iceland Western Region.

87 – Visit Reykjavik Harbour

Visit Reykjavik Harbour Capital Region Iceland

Reykjavík Harbour

Visit Reykjavík Harbour, Iceland Capital Region.

88 – Visit Reykjavik Old Town

Visit Reykjavik Old Town Capital Region Iceland

Reykjavík Old Town

Visit Reykjavík Old Town, Capital Region Iceland.

89 – Visit Blue Lagoon

Visit Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa Southern Peninsula Iceland

Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa

Visit the Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, Iceland Southern Peninsula. In the Blue Lagoon, you can apply the white silica mud in your body to fully complete the particular natural body treatment.

● Visit the official website of the Blue Lagoon to have more information about this geothermal natural spa.

Visual artist shares inspiring photos and exotic travel destinations. Adventure travel blogger with ideas and narratives to motivate independent travelers and audacious backpackers. Intense journeys into more than 126 countries around Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania since 1999. Expat in Morocco - North Africa since 2007, polyglot and proud Lonely Planet Pathfinders blogger.

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Amazing photographs, thanks for the inspiration! We are heading to Reykjavik in December for New Year, do you know if it is possible to road trip the country in winter? We’d love to see everything while we are there.
Also your home page vide gave us butterflies, so scary yet so thrilling I bet!

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Great pics, thanks for this! I’ve only been to Iceland in the winter, it looks so different and surprisingly green without all that snow.

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WOW your blog looks so beautiful, congratulations – I’ll keep up with new stuf. Thanks

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Iceland is on top of my bucket list and one day I will visit all these places!

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Stunning is what I can say!!! A very exhaustive and detailed list of places to visit in Iceland.

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Thank you so much! What a detailed list, so nice to see some sights that are beyond the average ‘top 10 must see’.

I have been putting off Iceland for a long time due to cost but hoping to get there next winter, very useful resource to help plan the trip and looks like I will need more time than I thought.

Great post, thanks!

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Amazing images for a winderful country. A land of Ice and fire paradise of nature

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Great Place for next trip….I really appreciate..and curious about this place….

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Thank you for all of the advice on Iceland! I definitely think it has made its way onto my bucket list.

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Drumles Den Haag
July 8, 2015 7:57 am

I truly love your blog!!Nice pictures and awesome writings. I’m going to India this august. Any tips for South India?

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I love Iceland just by its name [and its reputation] and I know its landscapes are breathtaking too. But to be able to create 89?? places to visit in Iceland, you’re amazing. Thanks for the great and detailed post! I wish I could visit just half of this list.

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Very nice places, thank you so much

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Your pictures are gorgeous! I think we need a good month in Iceland to experience everything you mentioned.

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A truly impressive list with so many great location from Iceland. I am impressed. Great read.

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I would LOVE to visit Iceland, it seems like there are infinite types of landscapes.

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You will totally love Iceland! Thank you for your comment. I hope to see you around my website again soon! Happy travels.

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89 places????? Seems like every nook and corner of the island was included in here and there seems to be no reason otherwise…….wonderful compilation and these destinations are absolutely worth the jaunt! Thank you

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Thanks for your wonderful post about the Island. Every places are very beautiful to travel.

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Iceland is an amazing country. Happy travels Saravanan.

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nice pictures!

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Hello, thank you for your comment. I’m glad you liked my pictures.

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Nice pictures! I love Iceland 🙂

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Thank you for your comment Maja. Have a nice day. Greetins from Rabat!

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Thanks so much for this post about places to visit in Iceland. I’m planning a cruise to Iceland and Greenland this summer and am hoping to visit Reykjavik, Djupivogur, Seydisfjordur, Akureyri, Eyjafjordur, and Isafjordur. Your photographs made me super excited for my upcoming travels! Thanks again 🙂

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Amazing post and photos! I’m headed back to Iceland in a few weeks and can’t wait to go! For anyone looking to go, I’d recommend to spend at least a couple days in and around Lake Myvatn. It’s like spending time on another planet….

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Beautiful photos- I’ve never been, but Iceland seems like a more extreme, rugged version of the Scottish Isles. I’d love to visit one day, but think it would have to be in summer! Thanks for sharing- your landscapes are incredible!

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Hi there! I loved your blog!!! And I always loved Iceland and the winter lights that are amazing! Its little expensive to go there from Europe (UK ) but the country its worth visiting. The capital, the volcanos and nature! I hope i will come back there one day 🙂

Thanks Kris

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Hey there Kris thanks for passing by and giving me your feedback about my blog. I somehow got an early promotion on flights with Iceland Express air company – now it doesn’t exist anymore, but is now operated by WOW air. During the time I traveled in Iceland, it was during their economic crises so my money (Euro) while exchanged in Icelandic króna was worth a lot, so my trip was not that expensive by then. YES I also want to go back! Greetings from Ouarzazate!

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Thanks so much for this! I’ve been trying to convince my husband for years to give Iceland a go but rather than listening to me go on about it for the past ten years, it appears all I really had to do was wait for you to write this ingenious post and show him the pics!

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hey Dilvin! how are you doing? Thank you so much for commenting my blog. I appreciate your sincere feedback. Please don’t listen to your husband anymore, if he doesn’t want to go, get another husband! haha no really I’m sure both of you will love Iceland, as it is one of those unique destinations. I mean, everyone loves Iceland. No reasons not to! WOW your blog looks so beautiful, congratulations – I’ll keep up with new stuf. Thanks

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Breath taking pictures my friend. This website is wonderful, please keep travel and share our awesome planet.
Regards from Dublin.

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Hey my friend thank you for your kind words. I’m glad you like my website and the pictures. I wonder when are we going to meet again! hug

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Wow! Iceland it´s a wonder island. And you have made a great post out of your travel there. Congrats!

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Great blog, João! Glad to have connected with you on Twitter. Iceland is on top of my bucket list and one day I will visit all these places!

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Hello and welcome! I’m glad you enjoyed this humble place of sharing some information to inspire other travelers. Indeed Iceland is an impressive destination and you should go there asap! By the way, while driving in Iceland I gave a ride to some hitch-hikers at least 4 times (French, Australian and Polish travelers). safe travels and big HELLO from Morocco!

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Great stuff João. Went there in September and did a very similar road trip. Going back in March again.

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Thank you very much Hugo, I appreciate your comment. I would also like to come back to Iceland, probably during Winter and again during the Summer. Please keep me posted about your next trip. Greetings from Ouarzazate!

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Yes, I’m going in March to get some winter time landscapes. I’ve been writing a bit about my last trip here: http://breathewithus.com/category/destinations/europe/iceland/. Still plenty to write and photos to share! Greetings from a portuguese in London 🙂

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