The Magic of Iceland.

by Julija Nėjė
Even if you are living under a rock, you must have heard already that Iceland is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
With only around 320,000 people living there, the country is now becoming packed with tourists flying in from all over the world, coming to see its rich nature.
Roaring volcanoes, deep fjords, sharp mountains and glaciers, the country has everything under its roof.
Not convinced?
Then check out this list compiled by Bored Panda of the best photographs of Iceland we could find.
With lots of new flights opening to Iceland recently, you can find rather cheap tickets if you search long enough, however, this might be the only thing you can expect to save up on.
On the plus side, you might be lucky and see the Northern Lights.
If you’re traveling in the summer you’ll have all the daylight you need in order to see a lot in one day, since the night almost never comes.
On the downside, the most famous landmarks will be packed with tourists.
A good way to save up some money then is to stay in tents or find a Couchsurfing host rather than going to a hotel.
See more wonderful shots via 15+ Iceland Photos You Won’t Believe Are From This Planet | Bored Panda

4 thoughts on “The Magic of Iceland.

  1. There is an interesting murder-mystery serial on SBS at the moment (Wednesday night) set in Iceland, called “Trapped”.
    It looks like a beautiful place – when the snow stops!

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    • Yes, I’ve watched “Trapped” it was good, although SBS drive me nuts with bloody ads popping up and they do affect the playback. In Trapped they show the seedier side of Iceland. Probably, cheaper to go to where the murders are.


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