Here's a list of experiences that I think you will enjoy! I've included a few articles about restaurants, tours, and other resources that could be useful. Let me know if you have any questions and remember to use www.safetravel.is for current travel conditions.
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Some articles to guide you along your way plus links to tours or a car rental if needed. Tip: It's safest to book ahead (>month) if you want to do a tour activity and/or Blue Lagoon (booking required) especially if you are limited to certain times/dates or during peak season.
Just looking to get out of the city for a day and be taken care of? You can sit back and let someone else drive while learning more about Iceland from experienced guides by booking one of these activities. Tip: It's safest to book ahead (>month).
Here are articles to provide ideas for hotels or other places. I definitely recommend booking a place at least 2 months ahead or even earlier if you're coming during peak season. The most reasonable accommodations are booked quickly leaving the more expensive or meh options.
These are the places I usually go to when I'm not cooking at home. They are in or around Reykjavík but if you're looking for recommendations outside, feel free to ask me at my Insta @isainiceland
This is a collection of the most booked tours and activities in Iceland by other travelers. So from the horse's mouth, I give you...(some are the same as the ones that I recommended above)
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