Online travel guide through Iceland's top destinations and tourist attractions
Are you planning or organising a trip to Iceland? If so, these travel pages will inform you about the different regions of Iceland where our hotels are located and provide answers to some of your basic questions: What to see? What to do? Where to stay?
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- Reykjavík and Reykjanes Peninsula The northernmost capital of Europe is also its westernmost one and its name, Reykjavík, translates as "Smokey Bay"
- West Iceland The area between Reykjavík - Borgarfjörður, Akranes, Borgarnes and the Snæfellsnes peninsula - is generally referred to as West Iceland.
- Northwest Iceland With its smooth green valleys, powerful glacial rivers flowing down from the highlands and bleak mountains.
- Northeast Iceland The landscape of the North East is a fascinating collage of lakes, mountains, plains, rivers and lava deserts
- East Iceland Is comparatively sparsely populated except for Hérað, the third largest lowland area of the country.
- South Iceland The Southeast is crowned with the great Vatnajökull glacier that stretches along the coast along with black lava beaches.