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Iceland - 23 things not to miss recommended by Rough Guide!

Rough Guides has made a selection of the Iceland`s highlights in the new edition. The country offers outstanding buildings, natural wonders, historic sites and abundant wildlife. There you can experience Dettifoss, Lake Mývat, Geysir, The Blue Lagoon, whale watching, Eiríksstaðir for experiencieng Iceland’s Viking history at this reconstruction of Eirík the Red’s farm in Haukadalur valley. And there are more!
Photo. Geysir in Island.

The highlights in the guiding book is arranged in five colour-coded categories, which you can browse through to find the very best things to see and experience. All highlights have a page reference to take you straight into the guide, where you can find out more.

Rough Guides is a leading publisher of travel and reference information, respected for their accurate, up-to-date content and informed contemporary writing.

According to Rough Guides, the Rough Guide to Iceland is your complete handbook to uncovering the delights of Europe’s largest glacier. From Reykjavik’s nightlife to the dramatic Western Fjords and table-top mountains to the rich birdlife of Lake Myvatn, the full-colour introduction highlights all the ‘things-not-to-miss’.

Some of the opportunities for adventures are: Encounter nature in the raw at Europe’s biggest waterfall, Dettifoss. Curious geological features and rich birdlife come together to make Lake Mývatn one of Iceland’s biggest draws. See Strokkur erupting at Geysir, after which all geysers are named. A dip in the sublime waters of the Blue Lagoon is a quintessentially Icelandic experience.

Set off in search of minke and humpback whales on a boat trip from Húsavík.


Visit Rough Guides Travel Talk to ask a question or share experiences about Iceland. http://roughguides.evecommunity.com/eve/forums

Iceland is full of history about the Vikings from Norway. Eirík the Red and his father were actually Norwegian. According to the Book of Settlements, Landnámabók, they left Norway to settle in the Hornstrandir region of the West Fjords where they lived until Eirík’s father died. Eirík then moved south to Breiðafjörður where he met his wife and set up home with her at Eiríkstadir, in Haukadalur, and fathered his first child, Leifur.

Stein Morten Lund, 5 April 2006

Additional information Author(s): James Proctor, David Leffman ISBN: 1843537672 368 pages – 27 maps (24-page full-colour introduction) Third Edition Published: UK: March 2007 US: April 2007 U.K. £12.99 U.S. $18.99 CAN $25.99

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