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If you are in the area driving by, this place is worth a quick stop. Its nothing super big but its pretty cool to see the water boiling and read some of the history of how its used in the area by the country. A...More
There’s a place to park and the spring is basically in the entry to the spa. The parking lot is right next to the spring and they have rails and a walkway around it. It’s a pretty cool 10 minute stop if you’re in the...More
Reykholt is the place or village in every itinerary , the village is known to be old the intellectual centers of the island. The poet and politician Snorri Sturluson lived here.
The things to see Geothermal springs, its hot springs seen at plenty places within...More
If you haven't seen a geothermal water site, this is worth a stop. It is fenced off so you cannot get in it, but there is a new spa a less than 100 meters away and we saw lots of people enjoying an outdoor hot...More
Really fascinating to see water appearing for the first time since it fell as rain some 1000 years ago and at 100 Degree Celsius. Not a huge amount to see here but worth popping in whilst in the area. Wish we’d known about the newly...More
If you have Visited the Geysir, you probably won’t find this excited. However, it’s still very amazing to see this natural environment. You can visit it when you have time but don’t make your way if you don’t.