Iceland

Iceland is closer than you think and not as cold as you also might think. This mid-Atlantic island is the USA’s closes European neighbor. The chilliest thing about Iceland is its name. In January, the average temperature in the capital Reykjavik is higher than that in New York. And Iceland’s welcome for Tourists is always warm. Almost everyone speaks fluent English and Icelanders aren’t really given to formalities. A trip to Iceland varies from 4-7 days with a few days in Reykjavik, the capital. Even so, it’s still only a 15-minutes cab ride between downtown and wild nature, where you”ll feel you’re the only person on earth. When you’re in nature, you can explore geysers, waterfalls, geothermal hot springs, bird sanctuaries and more.

And a trip to the Glaciers is a journey of a lifetime.

Reykjavik:

Almost every visitor to Iceland spends some in the country’s vibrant capital Reykjavik. The world’s northernmost capital city is just as much a part of the Icelandic experience as the midnight sun or the magical moonlike landscapes of the interior. Reykjavik is the worlds most northerly capital with more than one third of Iceland’s population. Today Reykjavik is a Modern City with a variety of Meseums, galleries and theaters. View the old town centre, the Parliament, the Cathedral, the Harbour, the National Museum and Hallgrimskirkja Church. Reykjavik is a city where you”ll feel safe to walk the streets. With its colorful houses, friendly people and walkable city centre. Its like being in a big village. But this “village “ has a multiple of cultural venues, gourmet restaurants, and stores. It also has the moderm conveniences, services and quality of living you expect from a world –class city. 

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