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E56***32just came back from Reykjavik Iceland , booked the hotel Fosshotel Reykjavik through Ctrip. com , Hallgrimkirkja Church is Magnificent , the church is in the centre of city , from Fosshotel Reykjavik to get there in 15 minutes .
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凹凸曼和小伙伴Congress Site National Park Recommendation index🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 📍Location: Thingvellir National Park, Reykjavik, Iceland 🚌Mode of transportation: chartered 🏞Recommended route: Golden Circle route 🌈Recommended travel season: If the holiday allows, it is recommended to choose summer, the scenery is better. 🎫Ticket: 🆓Open for free 🅿️Parking: You need to charge according to the size of the vehicle. 🚻Toilet:🆓free Only at the entrance, the restroom at the next destination of the Golden Circle trip is in the geyser. ⌚️Play time: 2 hours 📝Travel tips: 🔸Because I went on the National Day holiday, it happened to be autumn. The viewing platform was located on a high place and it was very windy, so pay attention to the work of windproof and warmth. 🔹Along the way down the viewing platform, you can hardly miss any sights. The most famous ones are the rift valleys of Eurasia and the American continent and the old parliament site. 🔸Although the prices are more expensive, it is recommended to buy your favorite souvenirs at the souvenir shop. Because although there are a lot of souvenir shops, the shops are different.
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Waterfall
转角遇到爱520A waterfall in southwestern Iceland on the Hvita River, a tributary of the Olfusa River. It falls 32 meters (105 baht) and is then flowing into the southern agricultural region. It is a popular tourist site with roads leading to Reykjavik.
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Beach
Oo西野司oO📚U.S. "Island Magazine" listed the Black Beach of Vic Town as one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world. After being carved by nature, the basalt has become black sand. 🇮🇸 So when you come to Iceland, you must come to this black beach to get a closer look. There are two ways to play in Black Beach. One is to climb to the Diholari Strait and overlook the black sand beach from a height, which is particularly majestic. Another is to play directly on the black sand beach. You must pay attention to both methods. The wind here is very strong, and if you don't pay attention, it will make you feel unstable. 🧍‍♂️Standing on the natural piano keyboard on the basalt mountain wall, I feel that this place can explain the end of the world and people’s imagination of outer space planets. 🌊 The scorching molten slurry that once could destroy everything, becomes delicate and soft black sand under the icy cold sea water, in the face of time-the vicissitudes of life. 🔱The Raynes Rock standing in the sea is said to be petrified by giants. It is called the two monsters on the sea horizon. It is also one of the filming locations of "Game of Thrones". The sky is getting darker, and the black beaches and natural rocks add a bit of ethereal and mystery to this sea area.
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Statue/Sculpture
hol***88A nice statute by the bay of Reykjavik. More impressive on the photos, but still iconic and must see. The walk by the harbor and the bay behind Harpa is super, and there are boards with historical info about Iceland. Bundle it all on a nice weather day.
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Science & Technology Museum
恰似您的温柔The Northern Lights Center in Reykjavik, Iceland, is the most active period of aurora around the Spring Festival. Taking this opportunity to take a trip to chase the aurora will definitely be an indelible memory. In addition, the mysterious blue ice cave has become a common place for many photographers to shoot blockbusters. The experience of hiking on the glacier makes many extreme sports enthusiasts unstoppable. The unique geyser also attracts many travel enthusiasts. The beautiful natural scenery of Iceland has been listed as a must-visit place in a lifetime by many authoritative magazines, media and travel enthusiasts in the world. It can be said to be great!

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Deciding where to travel for your Game of Thrones adventure is a combination of selecting your favourite scene and matching it with your desired real-world experience. For example, are your fave episodes the ones featuring King’s Landing and are you keen to go on a Europe trip? If so, then Dubrovnik is for you. Maybe you were captivated by the White Walkers or scenes from Beyond the Wall? Then better book your next trip to Iceland. How about the enchantment of Prince Doran’s water gardens? Well you’re in for a treat because that's on the list too. There’s no shortage of truly spectacular GoT related destinations. For this list we’ve selected a wide range that will appeal to everyone. Are you ready? (Warning: some mild spoilers ahead – though if you haven't finished the series yet what are you waiting for!?)
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About Iceland

Set astride the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Iceland is a beautiful island nation where magnificent glaciers and geothermal hot springs coexist. The country’s rugged natural landscapes are tempered by the earnest welcome Icelanders offer visitors. Reykjavik will steal your heart with its lovely cafes, museums, and parks. From here you can strike out to explore beautiful volcanic valleys as deep magma pools force water skyward in powerful geysers. The rich waters in the North Atlantic are home to humpback and blue wales. Watch orcas hunt seals while puffins nest in the buffs overhead. When you visit, you will quickly learn that contrary to its name, Iceland is a mighty land of lush green and warm smiles.

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