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Iceland Holidays 2022/23

Iceland is a mystical place, in reality, literature and mythology. The land of elves and fairies is so stunning that its hard not to see why it was the inspiration for magical stories. Whether you are hunting for the northern lights, visiting the blue lagoon, the hot springs, the geysers or to whale watch, Iceland offers a wealth of activities all year round and has become a popular destination for tourists worldwide.

Currency: Icelandic króna

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