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National Park
“Þingvellir (Thingvellir) is a historic site and national park in Iceland. It's known for the Alþing (Althing), the site of Iceland's parliament from the 10th to 18th centuries. On the site are the Þingvellir Church and the ruins of old stone shelters. The park sits in a rift valley caused by the separation of 2 tectonic plates, with rocky cliffs and fissures like the huge Almannagjá fault.”
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Park
“Kjarnaskógur is a lovely outdoors area close to Akureyri. It has trails,playgrounds, a small stream and pick nick areas. Pack your pick nick basket and spend a day exploring it”
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Garden
“Right next to The Family Park and Zoo in Laugardalur you'll find the less frequently visited inner-city paradise of Grasagarðurinn; the Reykjavík Botanical Gardens. The park is home to over 5,000 different species of plants, as well as an idyllic pavilion-with-a-pond café.”
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Park
“In the summer it's cozy - also nice during winter to take a walk around the "tjörn" (pound).”
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Park
“So nice to have a cup of coffee and a slice of cake at the cafe that can be found in the garden.”
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Park
“A very big, non-touristy, and beautifully remote hiking area, surprisingly close to the city. Try to find Heidmork caves or just walk around the waterfall or river, or into the woods. ”
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Park
“The massive stone arch of Dyrholaey is surrounded by black beaches and green meadows. It’s also full of birdlife including, you guessed it, puffins. The interesting structure of Dyrhólaey is reflected in the puffins’ burrows. Quite the little architect, the puffin will design its burrow to accommodate its pufflings perfectly. At the back they build a nest out of feathers and grass where they incubate the egg. There will also be a toilet area at the first bend in the burrow so the puffling can do its business without soiling its waterproof feathers. As the chick gets older, the toilet is moved closer to the entrance to accommodate its size. Super efficient!”
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Park
“This is a hot spring river where you can take a dip in the river after a 40 - 60 minute hike. I recommend going if the weather forcast is nice. It´s about 40 minute drive from Reykjavík. ”
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Legepladser

Park
“In the summer it's cozy - also nice during winter to take a walk around the "tjörn" (pound).”
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Park
“A small amusement park aimed at kids. A nice day out would be to go to this park, and the Small animal park, that is next to it. ”
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Playground
“The family and outdoor activities park Raggagarður was officially opened on 6 August 2005. The park is located at the outer residential area of Súðavík above the guesthouse. The park offers good entertainment for all family members, whether you want to use the recreational equipment or barbecue and spend a pleasant time with the family in beautiful and peaceful surroundings. Be sure to include a trip to the park when visiting Súðavík. Homepage: raggagardur.is”
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Playground
Playground
“Krambúðin - This is a 7-11 type supermarket. Quite expensive but open 24 hours.”
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Strande

Hot Spring
“Best beach of Reykjavík with geothermal pool with low entry fee. Sauna, large out door hot tub and the antlantic ocean.”
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Hot Spring
“Yes, we have a beach here. The sea is heated to tolerable temperatures...seriously it is. If it's a warm summers day, this is the place to be!”
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Beach
“Next to the famous Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, on the seaside, you will find a black volcanic sand beach where icebergs from the lagoon drift ashore and create the most stunning setting. Distance from the Cottage is about 276 kilometers (171 mi). ”
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Hot Spring
“OK, it's quite cold to swim in the Atlantic ocean but many Icelanders still do! In all sorts of weather. However, there is also a part of the beach that is warmed up for those of us who are not wishing to freeze to death. And there is a very nice hot sitting pool as well. Showers and changing rooms available.”
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Stier

Park
“A very big, non-touristy, and beautifully remote hiking area, surprisingly close to the city. Try to find Heidmork caves or just walk around the waterfall or river, or into the woods. ”
  • 52 lokale anbefaler
Campground
“Landmannalaugar is a place in the Fjallabak Nature Reserve in the Highlands of Iceland. Landmannalaugar is famous for its hiking trails. Four routes lead to Landmannalaugar and one of them is accessible by regular car, though the road is rough; stones the size of fists are not uncommon”
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Trail
“A fun hiking trail with absolutely stunning views! About 10-15 minute drive to the trail, this hike is suitable for families and is relatively short. ”
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Hot Spring
“Geothermal area with boiling mud pits. You will feel like you have gone to another planet!”
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Trail
“The largest of three craters in a short volcanic fissure. Beautiful scenery over Borgarfjordur is from the top of the Grabrok crater. Mt. Grabrok can be ascended by a marked trail from the main Ring road no. 1.”
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