All about Iceland

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Iceland is a small corner of the world on the edge of Europe still authentic and untouched. An untamed nature, whose forces oppose each other every day and with which human beings have to deal with, make it a unique and great land. Certainly difficult but with an undeniable charm. In Iceland, you will not find big cities, urban parks, historical buildings, museums or a wide variety of tourist services. Here, on the contrary, everything is discovery and you’ll have to pack a healthy desire for adventure and a pinch of spirit of adaptation and sharing.

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Iceland on the road, land of ice and fire

Iceland on the road

Iceland is one of the few corners of the world still authentic and untouched, where the force of nature can make extraordinary what elsewhere would be boring ......

Iceland on the road

Iceland on the road, land of ice and fire

Iceland on the road: Reykjavík and the Blue Lagoon

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Iceland is one of the most popular destinations for lovers of nature and outdoor activities. But the island also has an interesting urban side. A real on-the-road trip to Iceland...

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Iceland on the road: Reykjavík and the Blue Lagoon

Iceland on the road: The Golden Circle

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Iceland's Golden Circle is certainly a must-see for any first-time visitor to the island. It is probably one of the most famous and popular tourist routes on the island because...

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Iceland on the road: The Golden Circle

Iceland on the road: driving the legendary route F35

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Iceland is a surprising and wild land and probably the best way to know its true essence is to go away from the ring road and visit the most remote...

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Iceland on the road: driving the legendary route F35

Iceland on the road: north coast and Lake Mývatn

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Our on-the-road tour of Iceland continues by exploring the northeast coast of this amazing island, leaving the town of Akureyri and spending two days exploring the main natural attractions of...

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Iceland on the road: north coast and Lake Mývatn

Iceland on the road: Dettifoss, Ásbyrgi and Stokksnes

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Our on-the-road tour of Iceland continues by exploring the Dettifoss waterfall, the Asbyrgi canyon and following the Ring Road down to the east coast fjords and the south of the...

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Iceland on the road: Dettifoss, Ásbyrgi and Stokksnes

Iceland on the road: from the Vatnajökull glacier to Svartifoss

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We continue our on-the-road tour of Iceland by discovering the Vatnajökull glacier, enjoying an exciting adventure and exploring the Svartifoss waterfall and Skaftafell National Park....

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Iceland on the road: from the Vatnajökull glacier to Svartifoss

Iceland on the road: from Reynisfjara to Seljalandsfoss

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We end our on-the-road tour of Iceland by exploring the south of the island, from Reynisfjara Beach to Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, and back toward Reykjavík....

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Iceland on the road: from Reynisfjara to Seljalandsfoss

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