Where to go in Iceland

Reykjavik is the inevitable starting point for all trips to Iceland, and well worth a few days exploration, or even as your base for the entire time in Iceland. It would, however, be a shame not to spread your wings and visit Southern Iceland and the mystical Snaefellsnes peninsula, both home to dramatic scenery and exceptional places to stay:

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Westman Islands

Europe > Iceland

The wild and woolly Westman Islands are - if its possible - even quirkier than Iceland itself. Read more

Reykjavik

Europe > Iceland

Welcome to the world’s most northerly capital. Read more

Southern Iceland

Europe > Iceland

Visit a land of volcanoes, glaciers and geysers. Read more

Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Europe > Iceland

The Snaefellsnes area, under two hours to the north-west of Reykjavik, is a starkly beautiful peninsula jutting out into the North Atlantic. Read more

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