Hiking Mt. Hekla in Iceland.

Iceland’s 3 Favorite Activities

Iceland truly is a nature buff’s playground. Locals are thrilled to have you explore their treasured land through hiking, fishing, and believe it or not, even swimming.

A sculpture representing a viking ship by Jón Gunnar Árnason.

Reykjavík’s Top 10 Sights

There’s no shortage of things to see and do in Reykjavík. Spend your days browsing the top ten sights of the city–museums, cultural venues, art, architecture, and its natural beauty.

The town of Ólafsvík in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.

Snæfellsjökull National Park, Iceland

The jewel of the western coast, the Snæfellsnes Peninsula has a taste of everything; many locals refer to the region as “Iceland in miniature.” Here’s a look at the region’s highlights, including climbing glaciers in Snæfellsjökull National Park.

Icelandic sheep.

Cultural Arts in Iceland

From music to literature to one-of-a-kind knitted goods, the arts in Iceland reflect the the values its people hold dear, such as community and tradition. Learn more about Icelandic cultural arts.

Visitors walk along a grassy ridge in Iceland's Highlands.

Iceland Highlands Travel Planning

Iceland’s uninhabited interior is home to an otherworldly landscape that must be seen to be believed. The scenery is wild and the land unforgiving; ensure your travel preparations are through before you strike out.

Lebowski Bar in Reykjavík.

The Best of Reykjavík’s Nightlife

Reykjavík may be small, but its nightlife is epic. Whether you’re up for some live music, want to dance, or a classic pub crawl, Reykjavík will not disappoint. Here’s where and when to hit the streets.

Campsite in Þingvellir National Park.

Iceland’s Golden Circle

Encompassing three classically Icelandic sights in South Iceland, the Golden Circle gives you a slice of Icelandic history at Þingvellir, a view of Iceland’s bubbling geothermal activity at Geysir, and a peek of a roaring, powerful waterfall at Gullfoss.