Bradt Travel Guides, 10 jan. 2012 - 456 sidor
Not just for those looking to glimpse glaciers or wallow in hot springs, Bradt's new edition of this award-winning guide to Iceland caters to the outdoor enthusiast as well as those who share Andrew Evans' passion for the country's rich Viking traditions and history. Learn when to use each one of the eight Icelandic words for sheep, how to avoid injury from dive-bombing Arctic terns, or the connections between present-day sites and Iceland's rich literary tradition of sagas. Biking, trekking, deep-sea and river fishing, horse-riding, glacier exploration, Reykjavík's wild nightlife - it's all covered.
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Sudurland South Iceland
Vesturland West Iceland
Vestfirdir The West Fjords
Aðalstræti Air Iceland airport Akureyri Althing Arctic B/fast inc beds birds boat café camping campsite church city centre city’s clis coast coee country’s daily Dalvík denitely dierent Egilsstaðir ere’s eruption farm ferry Fri/Sat glacier Grímsey Grindavík guesthouse harbour Hekla hiking Höfn Hornstrandir Húsavík Iceland ingvellir Ísaörður Jón Keavík kitchen Kjölur Kópavogur lake landscape Laugavegur live located menu Mon–Fri mountain museum Mývatn nice ocial oers ofthe park private bathrooms restaurant Reykjanes Reykjavík ring road river rock rooms Route saga Sat/Sun Selfoss shared bathrooms shing Skálholt skyr sleeping-bag accommodation Snæfellsjökull spot stay Stykkishólmur summer Sun–Thu swimming pool there’s tour tourist information town town’s trail trip valley Vatnajökull Viðey Viking visitors volcano walk weather West Fjords whale winter