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This tour enjoys great popularity as several fantastic locations are visited. First location is Thingvellir, where Iceland’s parliament was established in 930. The scenery is spectacular at Thingvellir. Europe and America geologically meets there. Then, we head to Laugarvatn, a beautiful lake in a peaceful and romantic environment. Then, we keep on to Geysir. Probably the most famous hot spring in the world. When done there, our next location is Gullfoss, which is the queen of Icelandic waterfalls. Next is the “pot” view, incredible natural construction, which originally was considered a crator than a caldera. Finally we take coffee brake in Hveragerði, charming Icelandic village, Covered with hot springs.
The Blue lagoon is fed by the water output of the nearby geothermal power plant Svartsengi and it is one of the most popular tourist destination in the country. The new service, bigger and better was launched in June 1999. More and more visitors visit it each year and because of its unique position it enjoys great popularity of media worldwide. Soon after people began to apply to the Blue Lagoon revealed that its water works very well to alleviate the suffering of those who suffer from skin diseases (psoriasis) and there are special facilities for them. The patients come from around the world to enjoy the healing power of the Lagoon.
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Borgarfjörður is especially beautiful fjord in only about 100 km. Distance from the capital. There are many beautiful and historical places. We take the longer route to Borgarfjarðar and stop by at the whaling station in Hvalfjörður. In Borgarfjörður we look at Reykholt in which one of Iceland’s most notable writers lived in the 13th Century, Snorri Sturluson. We examine the strikingly beautiful Hraunfossar waterfalls and look around in Húsafell where natural beauty is unique.