Set astride the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Iceland is a beautiful island nation where magnificent glaciers and geothermal hot springs coexist. The country’s rugged natural landscapes are tempered by the earnest welcome Icelanders offer visitors. Reykjavik will steal your heart with its lovely cafes, museums, and parks. From here you can strike out to explore beautiful volcanic valleys as deep magma pools force water skyward in powerful geysers. The rich waters in the North Atlantic are home to humpback and blue wales. Watch orcas hunt seals while puffins nest in the buffs overhead. When you visit, you will quickly learn that contrary to its name, Iceland is a mighty land of lush green and warm smiles.
Blue Lagoon is one of the country's landmark locations. Many people who come to Iceland go here for a soak in the hot springs. It is a geothermal hot spring formed by volcanic activity deep below the earth's surface. The color of the water is a brilliant blue. While soaking in the hot springs, visitors can take the opportunity to spread some mineral-rich mud on their faces for a soothing face mask. The Blue Lagoon also offers saunas and steam rooms for further relaxation. In the case of snowfall, your whole body will be kept warm by the water's embrace while crystalline snow falls all around the cerulean paradise. In any weather, a trip here is sure to be remembered forever.
The Gullfoss is one of the must-see attractions to visit Iceland. The river flows down from a height of tens of meters. There are two levels of falling. It looks like two rainbows, running along the rift valley. The scene is very The spectacular, because of the rapid flow of water, looks golden, hence the name. If after a heavy rain, you will see a big rainbow across the waterfall. A monument was set up next to the waterfall to commemorate the insistence on a lawsuit against the government and the refusal to build a hydropower station in the civilian women. The lawsuit won and only left this spectacular waterfall for future generations.
Located in central Reykjavik, the Icelandic Phallological Museum houses the world’s largest collection of penises and penis parts. The museum contains specimens from many different marine and land animals, all displayed to show the sheer variety of phalluses in the natural world. Visitors will certainly remember this unique and fascinating attraction.
Halgrims Cathedral is located on the hills of Reykjavik’s city centre, named after the famous Icelandic writer Halgrims, to commemorate his great contribution to Icelandic literature. Built in 1930, the church is an iconic building in Reykjavik. The statue of Sigmund in front of the church was built to commemorate the independence of Iceland's father, Sigzon.