Budir is located approximately 240 miles (386 kilometers) from Reykjavik, the country's capital, and about 100 miles (161 kilometers) from Myvatn.
Head to the interesting attractions in the area. The the French in Iceland Museum is one place to start.
Vacationing in just one place, no matter how popular, will only ever provide you with a narrow window into the wider textures and qualities of a region. So be sure to delve into Iceland's other natural and man-made attractions. Two places in the vicinity of Budir are Djupivogur, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Seydisfjordur, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south.
For those who feel it's important to pick up knowledge as well as happy snaps while on vacation, Budir features a range of specialized tours, including guided nature walks.
For lots of travellers, visiting new places is as much about eating and drinking as it is about seeing the sights, so make sure to try the local specialties here. Lamb and root vegetables such as rutabagas and carrots are used as part of meals. There are lots of special meals here. Check out saltfiskur (dried and salted fish) or harofiskur (jerky type fish). Mondlukaka (almond cake) is a great choice to end your Iceland food experience.
Your time in Budir will reward you with wonderful photos and glorious memories you'll cherish forever.