Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Saga Museum, Hallgrimskirkja, and Perlan. National Museum of Iceland and Reykjavik City Hall ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Viking World Museum, Víkingaheimar, and Reykjanes Art Museum. History Museum of Reykjanesbaer ...
Known as the land of fire and ice, Iceland is famous for its cold weather and active volcanoes. This small Nordic country is much more than its unique landscape though, which you are sure to find out when you visit this frozen island.
Whether you are more interested in exploring its rough terrain or its nightlife, this country of contrasts will keep your days filled with plenty of places to explore and things to do. Descend into the volcanic chamber of Thrihnukagigur or visit the Húsavík Whale Museum before heading out on a whale-watching expedition. Your adventure begins with booking your travel on Orbitz.com.
July and August are the best months to plan a trip to Iceland, when the land is least likely to be covered with frost. The average maximum temperature during these months is 57 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas the average highs during the winter months barely rise above freezing. Most tourist attractions outside the capital city Reykjavik are closed from September through May, making tourism during those months much more difficult, and many tours do not begin operating until July due to snow cover on the ground. Reserve your travel accommodations in advance with Orbitz.com to take advantage of the small window of tourism in Iceland.
Try the delicacies like Neapolitans and cumin bread at this little out-of-the-way bakery in Isafjordur.
Fresh, simply prepared fish and great atmosphere abound at this cozy restaurant with a friendly owner who enjoys talking with guests.
This cozy guesthouse in Grindavik lets you feel like you are at home with morning coffee, breakfast, and a living room for guests.
Great conversation, delicious breakfasts and warm hospitality await you at this guesthouse located in Hella.
Visit this small section of Hellisgerdi Park, where it is said elves and dwarves live among the beautiful lava rock formations.
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