Reykjavik is the city that never sleeps.... especially in Summer. Iceland has only 3 hours of darkness during this period and the people are well energized to go on the rest of the day. When you visit Iceland, you might want to bring with you some good sleep mask if you are not used to too much sunshine greeting you ...
Cities near Reykjavik for History Buffs
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- 5Iceland3 reviews
Reykholt was a stop on my drive around the Golden Circle. There's a gas station and small food store where I picked up lunch. It has the the most complicated road sign I've ever encountered. Further along is Gullfoss and Geysir
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I got an awesome shot of the Geyser going off...not the type of thing you see everyday in NYC exactly. Very cool...I think it was part of my Gullfoss trip or when I went o see the continental divide. It should be on everyone's list to check out.
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Go to Selfoss to see the amazing waterfalls and enjoy the car accessible parts of Iceland.
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Most tourists go to Grindavík to go to Blue Lagoon, but the scenery is amazing. It looks line some alien planet with lava fields covered by hundreds of years of algae growth. Ignore the industry on the other side of Blue Lagoon.
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According to geological theories, the European/Asian tectonic plate and the North American tectonic plate are moving away from each other in Reykjanes. The gab between the plates is creating eruptions, ravines and rows of craters that lie from Reykjanes and NorthEast over Iceland. You can walk over of these fissures on the Bridge between continnents which is located above Stóra ...
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Þingvellir is a site of historical, cultural, and geological importance and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland (as part of the Golden Circle Tour). It is the site of a rift valley that marks the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (where Iceland is literally being pulled about a centimeter at time). It is also home to ...
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