, 2022-12-09 07:14:07,
Famous for its geothermal pools, breathtaking glaciers, towering waterfalls, black sand beaches, geysers, wildlife, and other iconic natural wonders like the Northern Lights, Iceland is a place that feels like pure magic.
After two years of being unable to travel, 2022 was the year to start ticking off bucket list destinations, so I jumped at the chance to visit a country unlike anywhere else in the world. On the southwest coast of Iceland, I headed to the capital and largest city, Reykjavík, for four days of adventure. As well as being a clean and peaceful city which feels safe to visit (whether travelling solo, with a partner or with friends or family), it’s a logical starting point for exploring the beauty of the Nordic island.
Need some help planning your trip? Consider this your Iceland cheat sheet for an epic adventure, from activities to book to the most delicious local restaurants. I promise you’ll return feeling energised from all the exploring in the fresh Icelandic air…
Where to stay:
Exeter Hotel, which overlooks Reykjavík’s Old Harbour, is partly set in a converted warehouse with Scandi-chic interiors. The industrial-style rooms feel luxurious, with lovely products in the bathroom, a HUGE walk-in shower, a bathrobe and slippers, and a coffee machine. I thought the trendy decors (aka concrete walls) might make it feel cold, but it was surprisingly cosy! The hotel has an effortlessly-cool-without-trying-too-hard vibe that I’m desperately trying to…
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