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Frozen being on of the most popular cartoon in the past years with Princess Elsa as leading character has now visited Iceland, or what?

 

Trapped (Ófærð) is an Icelandic television mystery drama series that was first aired in Iceland in 2015, it was created by Baltasar Kormákur and produced by RVK Studios. The series has been very popular in Iceland and as well as across the world, for example it was the most popular international series broadcasted in France in 2016, with 5.2 million people who watched the first ...

January 6th is the last day of Christmas in Iceland and when Icelanders celebrate the Icelandic holiday called Þrettándinn or The Thirteenth Day. In Western Church traditions this day is also known as the Twelfth Night of Christmas. Icelanders usually spend the day taking down their Christmas decorations and also the Icelandic Yule Lads return back to their mountains. Families ...

Selfoss is the largest town in South Iceland with population of about 7.000 people. If you are planning on traveling in the South of Iceland, Selfoss is the perfect place to stay as it offers great variety of accommodation and it’s located close to the best attractions in the South, like the Golden Circle or the South Coast. Selfoss is located only about 50 km (31 miles) away f ...

Seljalandsfoss in the Seljalandsá river is one of the best-known waterfalls in Iceland. The waterfall is located on the South Coast of Iceland and very close to the Ring Road, therefore it’s easy to access. Seljalandsfoss cascades about 62 meters (200 feet) off the cliff edge and there is a path that leads you behind the waterfall that can be fully encircled. When travelling to ...

Akureyri is the biggest town outside of the capital area in Iceland and is often called the capital of the North. There is plenty of things to do in Akureyri and surrounding area, the town is also the gateway to some of the most famous landmarks and great nature of Iceland, including lake Mývatn, Dettifoss waterfall and more. 1. Whale Watching Whale watching is something you m ...

A wide range of untouched areas are found in the highlands of Iceland. One of them is the Askja Area. Askja is a caldera in the Dyngjufjöll mountains, which contains several volcanoes, including Víti crater. On Mystic Iceland’s tour from Húsavík to Askja, many interesting places will be on our way. Askja belongs to Vatnajökull National Park and has been protected since 1978Natu ...

In Iceland you can find many interesting museums and exhibitions, that both give a good impression of Iceland’s history and culture from the settlement time. There are also museums about the nature, e.g. about volcano Katla and volcano Hekla, were you can also find information about volcanic activity and earthquakes. Iceland also has art museums, museums about transportation an ...

Vík is a village on the south coast of Iceland, it is the southernmost village surrounded by beautiful mountains and glacier on one side and the beautiful black sand beach and the Atlantic ocean on the other side. Vík started to build up early last century it was a central point for the farmers both to the west and east, for commerce and business. Meaning that people were comin ...

December is one of Iceland’s coldest and darkest months, but at the same time it’s one of the most beautiful months of the year in Iceland. Usually there is snow piling down around the country and Christmas decorations light up the darkness everywhere you look. Because we have very limited daylight in December, it’s also one of the best months to witness the magical Northern Li ...