Things to see in ReykjavikNorthern lights:
The aurora borealis is probably one of Iceland's most famed attractions. The best time to go is from September through until mid-April as these are the darkest months. You'll need a clear night and to head up north to catch them properly, but they're well worth seeing and we can arrange on our golden circle tour
. Blue Lagoon:
One of the most visited attractions, blue lagoon
is about 39km outside Reykjavik. A geothermal spring, the warm waters are world renowned for their beneficial effects. Black Sand Beach:
Granted you won't be heading to the beach for a dip, but Iceland's abundance of volcanoes means that the natural beaches here are stunning and well worth a visit if you've got a chance.
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