5 reasons why you should definitely visit the magical Iceland!
As the name suggests, Iceland is a land of magical ice formations, but that’s not all. Iceland might be almost at the top of the world, just below the Arctic Circle, but its winter temperatures are often warmer than those in New York.
While its northern lights are absolutely stunning, that shouldn’t be the only reason why you must visit Iceland.
Super jeep tour
Throughout the centuries humans have been gazing at the mesmerizing natural phenomenon known as the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. Each winter Iceland welcomes an increasing number of people, who wish to experience this awe-inspiring and other worldly phenomenon. On this tour you will turn your eyes up to the heavens, to see the dancing colours and majestic shapes flickering across the artic sky. Seeing the Northern Lights is without question, one of the most profound and memorable experiences that you will ever have and is something that everybody should do at least once in their lives.
Arcanum Glacier Tours
Arcanum Glacier Tours is a qualified glacier tour operator with almost twenty years experience in taking customers up on the magnificent glaciers Mýrdalsjökull and Sólheimajökull. Under Mýrdalsjökull glacier the volcano Katla lies dormant. The glacier is the 4th largest in Iceland and covers about 600km2. The ice is on average 250 meters thick.
The Elf School
The Icelandic Elf School, known as Álfaskólinn in Icelandic, is a school in Iceland that teaches students and visitors about Icelandic folklore.
The school teaches about the hidden people and the 13 different kinds of elves that the school believes inhabit the country of Iceland. According to the school’s headmaster, hidden people “are just the same size and look exactly like human beings, the only difference is that they are invisible to most of us. Elves, on the other hand, aren’t entirely human, they’re humanoid, starting at around eight centimetres.” He also claims there are gay and lesbian elves. The school is located in Reykjavík, the country’s largest city.
From the architect. Situated on the border between land and sea, the Centre stands out as a large, radiant sculpture reflecting both sky and harbour space as well as the vibrant life of the city. The spectacular facades have been designed in close collaboration between Henning Larsen Architects, the Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson and the engineering companies Rambøll and ArtEngineering GmbH from Germany.
The Concert Hall and Conference Centre of 28,000 m2 is situated in a solitary spot with a clear view of the enormous sea and the mountains surrounding Reykjavik. The Centre features an arrival- and foyer area in the front of the building, four halls in the middle and a backstage area with offices, administration, rehearsal hall and changing room in the back of the building. The three large halls are placed next to each other with public access on the south side and backstage access from the north. The fourth floor is a multifunctional hall with room for more intimate shows and banquets.
Blue Lagoon Spa
A dip in the Blue Lagoon’s steamy water is on many bucket lists, and for good reason. What’s not to love about crystal-blue, geothermal water that hovers between 98 and 102 degrees year-round with views of spectacular, snow-covered lava rocks in every direction? After spending an entire day soaking in the Blue Lagoon, you’ll emerge feeling like a new person — and looking like one, too. The sulfur- and silica-rich water is known for its natural, age-defying healing powers.