There’s a lot to see in Iceland, from the glaciers and hot springs to jaw-dropping canyons and beautiful waterfalls. Iceland is a magical place, and treasures like these will add to your amazing experience in this breathtaking Nordic country. If you’re visiting Iceland, don’t miss these seven waterfalls!
With only 300,000 people, Iceland has the atmosphere of a small town everywhere you go. I could rave all day about Iceland—it’s natural wonders are truly something to behold—from massive glaciers and bubbling lava to picturesque fjords and waterfalls. Iceland is one of the safer destinations I have traveled solo, and that is why I highly recommend it to solo female travelers, and especially travelers taking their first solo trip!
Þingvellir National Park is a must see in Iceland. The sights is popular due to its historic value for Iceland, as it was the first location of Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament which dates back to 930 A.D. It is also a stop on the popular day tour The Golden Circle. The park is lovely in summer, when the flowers blooms in the lava fields.