The capital city of Reykjavik is home to 60 percent of Iceland’s residents. Like most cities, it boasts nightlife, bars and restaurants, shopping and museums. However, it offers other options that you may not find elsewhere, including a major breeding ground for the Atlantic puffin!
The west coast of Iceland is known as Sagaland and is popular for its folklore. Regardless, there is still no shortage of natural scenery – you’ll be able to visit waterfalls, Snaefellsjokull National Park and more.
The Northern Lights can be seen in northern Iceland from August through April. Choose from a range of activities including skiing, whale watching and driving along the Arctic Coast Way – 900km of coastal roads offering a unique experience.