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Swimming in Reykjavik

Iceland is famous for its geothermal energy so there is no wonder that swimming and soaking in hot springs is one of Icelanders favorite past time activities. There is a saying about the Finns, that they truly open up in their saunas, and one could say similar thing about Icelanders. In the hot tubs, people [...]

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Kjós in Hvalfjörður

Like all North European countries, Iceland changes colours in the summer, when the flowers blossom, trees bloom and the animals are led out of the barns to the grassfields and mountains. Kjós in Hvalfjörður, is one of Iceland´s many natural pearls, where visitors can enjoy these gifts of Summers. There is no wonder that Kjós [...]

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The home of the President of Iceland – Bessastaðir and Álftanes

Get up close and personal with the president Bessastaðir is one of Reykjavík´s hidden gem, only located few kilometers from the capital city in Álftanes, a town in Reykjavík Capital Area.

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Sundhöllin: The oldest swimming pool in Reykjavik

Have a swim in the oldest swimming pool in Reykjavik, Sundhöllin. It does not matter what the weather is, you can always take a swim in a swimming pool in Iceland. You can choose between different temperatures in the hot tubs and between indoor or outdoor. Sundhöllin started taking shape in 1929 but was first [...]

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