Not too popular in our time are the tours in Iceland. Most often, tourists just do not know about all the things this country. Tourists, of course, is to go there. Time lags in Iceland for 2 hours in winter and 3 hours in summer, so you do not feel too strongly on his change of time zones. All calculations are carried out preferably by means of transfer: traveler's checks, credit cards. All summer in Iceland there are "White Nights", the sun goes back to the 2-3 am and sets after midnight.
Of course, the main attraction of Iceland can be called a landscape with numerous lakes and rivers, waterfalls, geyser fields and mud volcanoes. Iceland – World Fish Center, and tourism. Here is the most powerful waterfall in Europe – Dehtifoss. Icelandic geyser field – the largest in the world. Close to main attractions are places for tents, where you have opportunity to pitch a tent and light a fire. In addition to these places to put up tents and campfires burning is prohibited! It is also forbidden to break branches and cut them for firewood, fishing without a permit.
The capital of Iceland Reykjavik, is considered one of the most unique cities in the world, its center, the so-called "Old Reykjavik" – a vast expanse of lawns and lakes, mixed with traditional houses of the old buildings. There is no smoking chimneys and industrial complexes in the city has a lot of swimming pools, indoor as well as open. The temperature of water in them rises to plus 27 degrees. Botanical Garden of Reykjavik – the most northerly in the world. Special attention should be given to the local cuisine and to warn the unwary tourist. The basis of the traditional dishes are seafood and fish. However, tourists often offer a taste local exotics, such as fish, "gamy" meat marine mammals, minced sheep's pluck "Slatur." They should be treated with caution, their specific taste and smell are most likely to be unacceptable for unaccustomed stomachs.