Iceland

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Bradt Travel Guides, 1 aug. 2014 - 464 sidor
Replete with lava flows, colossal glaciers and thundering waterfalls, Iceland is one of Europe's most unusual destinations. This brand-new edition of Bradt's Iceland guide gives everything needed to break free from the pack and explore Iceland, a country increasingly accessible and affordable, on your own. Containing information on remote offshore islands, the uninhabited interior and Reykjavik's bustling music and art scene, this remains the definitive guide. Compared to 2011, 2012 saw a 13.8% and 32% rise in summer and winter visitors to the country respectively, of which over 25% were arrivals from either the UK or USA. Andrew Evans, the author, made his first trip to Iceland in 1998 and has been back a dozen times since. He has written a handful of books including the Bradt guides to Ukraine and Kiev.
 

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1 Background Information
3
2 The Icelanders
15
3 Natural History
43
4 Practical Information
69
THE GUIDE
125
5 Reykjavík
127
Iceland in colour ii
182
6 Reykjanes
203
9 Vestfirðir The West Fjords
277
10 Norðurland vestra The Northwest
313
11 Norðurland eystra The Northeast
331
12 Austurland East Iceland
395
13 HálendiðThe Highlands
429
Language
439
Further Information
448
Index
451

7 Suðurland South Iceland
214
8 Vesturland West Iceland
253
Back cover
456
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Om författaren (2014)

Andrew Evans was born in Texas and educated in England. He made his first trip to Iceland in 1998 and has been back over a dozen times since. He is the author of a handful of books, including the Bradt guides to Ukraine and Kiev He also writes for several travel publications - newspapers, magazines and online. Today, he is a contributing editor and columnist for National Geographic Traveler and spends a large amount of time on the road as their digital nomad.

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