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The land of fire and ice is one of the most impressive destinations in Europe.
Iceland with its dramatic landscape created by volcanic eruptions has a rugged, natural beauty that is waiting for adventurers to discover its Icelandic horses, waterfalls, hot springs, lava caves, and glaciers, and for those that prefer more urban adventures, Reykjavik, the capital city, offers excellent shopping, culture, museums, and diverse gastronomical possibilities.
Visit West Iceland
Official Travel Guide to West Iceland
Close to the capital yet away from the bustle, West Iceland is a world where culture, nature and history complement each other, creating a unique experience.
This vast area consists of fjords, valleys, craters, glaciers, volcanoes and the much-loved phenomenon of wide open spaces. Travel through historical Borgarfjörður, home to most of the Icelandic sagas and their heroes, or venture close to the centre of the Earth at Snæfellsjökull glacier on the Snæfellsnes peninsula before crossing over to Dalir, cradle of the great explorers, Eirík the Red and his son, Leif the Lucky, the first European to set foot in America.
The short distances between popular destinations make it possible to enjoy the area at a comfortable pace all year round, so remember to slow down in West Iceland.
Luxury in Iceland
Iceland - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Iceland is a European island country in the North Atlantic Ocean on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. It has a population of about 320,000 and a total area of 103,000 km2 (39,769 sq mi). The capital and largest city is Reykjavík, with the surrounding areas in the southwestern region of the country being home to some two-thirds of the national population.
Luxury in Iceland
Iceland Tourism Video
The land of fire and ice is one of the most impressive destinations in Europe. Shaped by its volcanoes and glaciers, Iceland offers an otherworldly landscape that can’t be found anywhere else. The country’s highly developed social and economic sectors make it as important a location for business as for pleasure.
Luxury in Iceland
Luxury in Europe
The Old Continent is the cradle of the ancient world and its civilisations and is characterised by the interweaving of its different cultures over a small space of land. From the North Cape to Malta and from Ireland to Romania, Europe is distinctive for its sheer variety.
Compared with the wide-open spaces of America or Central Asia, Europe forms a complex confetti of countries. This, the smallest of all the five continents, is shared between 45 countries. Its diversity is a key asset. Its dynamic cultures, heritage and landscapes offer wonderful tourist opportunities. Northern Europe, in Germany, Scandinavia and the Benelux, is a place of rolling landscapes and modern, airy cities. Ireland and Great Britain boast lush green countryside and an inimitably ‘British’ style. Eastern Europe contributes Baroque cities and the poetic charm of its rivers, the most outstanding of which is the Danube. Mediterranean Europe, with its Greco-Roman, mediaeval and Renaissance remains, completes this picture of friendly harmony, framed by a sunny coastline.
Architecture & Interior Designers in Iceland
“Luxury in architecture is not different from luxury in life. Luxury is having what makes you happy at home. Luxury are spaces that make you take a deep breath, that amaze you, that make you think, that you find unusual, that move you…” – Isay Weinfeld´s definition of luxury
Art & Culture in Iceland
Golf Courses in Iceland
Luxury Hotels in Iceland
The most prestigious luxury hotels in Iceland.
Restaurants in Iceland
A selection of the best restaurants in Iceland.
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