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This Nordic nation is the least populated country in Europe. Welcome to, and today, we will be continuing our travel series with a look at Iceland.
Found in the North Atlantic ocean, Iceland is an island country that it considered part of Europe, but is actually not connected to the continent. Its population of over three hundred and thousands is spread out over an area close to forty thousand square miles.
Despite the fact that glaciers envelop more than ten percent of its land mass, iceland has a fairly moderate climate.
The warmer regions are found in the southwest, where the majority of Iceland’s population is located. In fact, more half of the country’s inhabitants live in the capital city of Reykjavik.
If you want to experience urban city life with a beautiful natural backdrop, then Reykjavik is the place for you. You’ll be dazzled by the countryside as you savor mouth watering dishes like icelandic lamb at any of the city’s fine restaurants. There are also a wide variety of bakeries that make their own bread and pastries.
After checking out some culture, live entertainment and the bustling life night, you can spend your nights recovering at one of the country’s luxurious hotels. Don’t forget to shop for souvenirs and get yourself a sweater or two...
For something more relaxing, take a dip in one of the city’s outdoor pools which are heated by the area’s abundant geothermal energy. However, Iceland’s most famous geothermal spot is actually found in Grindavic with an outdoor pool filled with seawater and a health center encircled by a lava field, the blue lagoon is a must for visitors.
You don’t have to go too far from the capital to take advantage of else Iceland has to offer.
The more adventurous types can go to rafting or canoeing, be sure to take in the gorgeous scenery including the many waterfalls while you're at it.
You can also go to fishing or golfing. Iceland's most outstanding feature is its natural landscape, which includes mountains, rock formations and black . When it comes to animals, the country is home of too many bird species, most the puffin. In addition, the nation has been developing a special breed of horse called the horse for centuries.
Whether you’re looking for a trip that will offer stunning views, outdoor activities or a culturally and historically rich learning experience, you’re sure to find all that and more while visiting Iceland.
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