Iceland, a Nordic island nation, is defined by its dramatic volcanic landscape of geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and black-sand beaches. The capital, Reykjavik, home to the majority of the population, runs on geothermal power and offers a renowned nightlife scene as well as Viking history museums. The glaciers in Vatnajokull and Snaefellsnes national parks are popular for ice climbing, hiking and snowmobiling.
Golden Circle
The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in South Iceland, covering about 300 km looping from Reykjavik into central Iceland and back. It is the area that contains most tours and travel related activities in Iceland.

Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavik on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland.

Gullfoss
Gullfoss is a waterfall located in the canyon of Hvita river in southwest Iceland. Gullfoss is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. The wide Hvita rushes southward.

Hallgrimskirkja
Hallgrimskirkja is a Lutheran (Church of Iceland) parish church in Reykjavik, Iceland. At 73 metres (244 ft), it is the largest church in Iceland and the sixth tallest architectural structure in Iceland. The church is named after the Icelandic poet and clergyman HallgrA­mur Petursson (1614 to 1674), author of the Passion Hymns.

National Museum of Iceland
The National Museum of Iceland was established on 24 February 1863, with Jon Arnason the first curator of the Icelandic collection, previously kept in Danish museums.

The Sun Voyager a€ƒ
Sun Voyager is sculpture by Jon Gunnar Arnason. Sun Voyager is a dreamboat, an ode to the sun. Intrinsically, it contains within itself the promise of undiscovered territory, a dream of hope, progress and freedom.

Harpa
Harpa is a concert hall and conference centre in Reykjavik, Iceland. The opening concert was held on May 4, 2011. Harpa was designed by the Danish firm Henning Larsen Architects in co-operation with Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson.

Dynjandi
Dynjandi is a series of waterfalls located in the Westfjords, Iceland. The waterfalls have a cumulative height of 100 metres.

Askja
Askja is a caldera situated in a remote part of the central highlands of Iceland. The name Askja refers to a complex of nested calderas within the surrounding Dyngjufjoll mountains, which rise to 1,510 m (4,954 ft), askja meaning box orcaldera in Icelandic.

Hlidarfjall
Hlioarfjall is a mountain located west of the Icelandic town Akureyri in Eyjafjorour. It is the site of one of two major ski resorts in Iceland. The former hotel no longer offers accommodation and is now mostly used for meetings.

Sulur Mountain
Sulur is a mountain located to the south west of the town Akureyri in Iceland rising some 1213 meters. It is popular for hiking tours.

Frikirkjan i ReykjavA­k a€ƒ
The Frikirkjan i Reykjavik congregation was established in Reykjavik in the autumn of 1899. It had an initial membership of 600 which soon rose.