10 unmissable sights in Iceland
Blue Lagoon, Hallgrímskirkja, Laugavegur Street, whale watching from the Old Port... find out what to see and do in Reykjavik and the surrounding area.
The Golden Circle is Iceland's main tourist route and is home to three of the country's most emblematic attractions: Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir.
Located on the south coast of the country, Skógafoss is considered one of Iceland's most beautiful waterfalls. Find out how to visit!
The Blue Lagoon is Iceland's most famous geothermal spa. Find out what makes it so special, its opening times and how to get there from Reykjavik.
Kirkjufell and the Kirkjufellfoss Waterfall located at its feet form one of the most emblematic views of Iceland after starring in Game of Thrones.
Leirhnjúkur is the most impressive attraction in the volcanic area by Lake Myvatn. Although its last eruption was in 1984, it's still very much active.
Dynjandi, also known as Fjallfoss, is the biggest waterfall in Westfjords and one of the most beautiful in Iceland. Discover how to visit!
Find out the best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland and the best places in the country to enjoy the spectacular natural phenomenon.
Floating icebergs and large colonies of seals have made Jökulrsárlón, on the southern coast of Iceland, one of the most visited places in the country.
Vatnajökull is Iceland's largest ice cap and the second biggest in Europe. Find out what to see and do and how to get to Vatnajökull Glacier.