Northern Iceland Vacations
It’s situated approximately 6600 miles (10622 kilometers) away from Reykjavik and about 10 miles (16 kilometers) from Manila, Philippines.
Explore some of the pleasant green spaces of the area. Two of the most visited manicured parks and public gardens for locals and visitors are Askja and the Dimmuborgir. Northern Iceland is also home to Sulur and tranquil Krafla Volcano.
Discover something new and spend a day or two exploring the lovingly curated museums in the vicinity of Northern Iceland. Icelandic Phallogical Museum and Herring Museum are just two of the area’s most popular museum experiences. The Museum of Handicrafts and the Jon Sveinsson Museum are the other places to explore.
In the vicinity of Northern Iceland, there are many beautiful nature reserves that are well worth discovering. First take the family to Godafoss or Myvatn Nature Baths, the two most significant in the local area. Jokulsargljufur National Park and Jarobodin are just a couple of the other attractive places to discover.
Slip back through the mists of time at Chapel at Groef and Thingeyrar, just two of the important historic buildings and sites in Northern Iceland. Learn all about the bygone days of Northern Iceland before exploring the area's more contemporary places of interest.
Those with a passion for plants will appreciate Akureyri Botanical Garden, an important area of conservation in the Northern Iceland area. Allow plenty of time to explore the wide range of flora in the area.
If you’re keen on winter sports can carve up the runs at Northern Iceland’s ski resorts. Hlidarfjall is the gateway to the city’s most acclaimed pistes.
Whether you are looking to chill out, paddle about in a boat or enjoy the gentle lapping of water the local lake called Lake Myvatn is the perfect destination. Even if the sun isn’t shining, this serene place is worth making the time to visit.
It doesn't matter how many attractions you’ve managed to squeeze into your itinerary; no vacation in this city is complete without checking out the Akureyri Church and the Blonduos Church.