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Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, is the northernmost capital of the world and serves as the cultural, economic, and political hub of the country. With a population of around 130,000, Reykjavik is known for its vibrant arts scene, stylish cafes, and an array of unique geological features including geothermal pools. The city is famous for its proximity to natural wonders such as geysers, waterfalls, and glaciers, making it a top destination for adventure and eco-tourism. Reykjavik’s landmarks include the Hallgrímskirkja church, Harpa Concert Hall, and the Perlan museum, offering visitors a taste of Icelandic culture and innovation.


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Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is a route where you can see some of the most important natural wonders of Iceland, the Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir geothermal area, and the Gullfoss waterfall. It is an area that will leave us speechless due to the great variety of natural landscapes we will see.

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Sky Lagoon

The Sky Lagoon is one of the biggest attractions for visitors to this icy country. Some natural baths, but like you've never seen, consisting of multiple natural pools, saunas, and the possibility of receiving massages. It is a natural spectacle from which we can watch the sunset and enjoy ultimate relaxation like never before.

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On our trip we will get to know Reykjavik in depth, the capital of Iceland. The name Reykjavik means smoky bay, and it is the most populated city in the country. We will have time to get to know its peculiar architecture of low and colorful houses. A very well-kept city with a lot of history, which we can get to know through the tour included during the trip.

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Diamond Beach

Diamond Beach is a black sand beach with the peculiarity that small (and not so small) pieces of iceberg lodge in the sand, creating a sensation of walking among diamonds, hence its name. A must-stop.

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Jökulsárlón, the largest glacier in Iceland

Jökulsárlón is a glacial lake that borders the Vatnajökull National Park in the southeast of Iceland. Its blue and calm waters are dotted with icebergs from the nearby Breiðamerkurjökull glacier, which is part of the larger Vatnajökull glacier. The lake traverses a short waterway before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving pieces of ice on a black sand beach. In winter, the large number of fish in the lake attracts hundreds of seals.

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