It may sound like the most boring, desolate and weirdest place to visit on the planet. But believe me, it’s not.
Iceland has a lot more to offer than you think. It’s one of the only places on earth where you are able to see where the earth’s crust has split apart and new land has been created, due to the volcanic activities underneath the surface, a lot of geysers, underground springs and thermal pools are scattered all around the country. These powerful hot streams shooting from the ground are definitely an exciting experience to capture.
But if that just sounds boring as hell then don’t worry, because Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, is also spattered with graffiti. Every street has some kind of defacement and every corner has some kind of brothel or porn shop. Another massive attraction to Reykjavik is the cities infamous phallological museum, or the penis museum. This is the only museum in the world that contains a collection of more than two hundred and fifteen penises and penile parts belonging to almost all the land and sea mammals that can be found in Iceland.
Reykjavik is also a party city, with many bars and clubs to choose from hordes of people come into the city from surrounding towns to let loose and have a good time. Any Geordie Shore fans will have seen Iceland screened recently on the show when the group visited the island for a party holiday. Bakkus is said to be the best bar in Iceland, it has 2 bars, a large dance floor and a seating area downstairs.
If you want a more relaxed break then definitely head down to the famous Blue Lagoon; a unique geothermal spa where you can relax in warm geothermal seawater in the fresh air, surrounded by a lava field.
Another great relaxing experience is the Northern Lights Tour. There is nothing more exciting than searching for the Northern Lights in Iceland. It makes a great city break, romantic getaway or a family holiday. Iceland is also said to provide some of the best Northern Lights viewing conditions in the world. So yes, Iceland has a lot to offer its visitors.