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Reykjavik Travel Guide

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First, let's get a few things out on the table. Yes, Reykjavik is in Iceland, which is, in fact, an icy island most times of the year. And, yes, Iceland was the culprit in 2010's volcanic eruption fiasco. But, what you might not know is that in the cold, long winter, Icelanders warm up in this capital's geothermal spas; away from the city lights, they can drink in the beauty of the ... continue» Read More

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When to Visit Reykjavik

The best time to visit Reykjavik is from June to August -- not only can you enjoy the balmy temps (for Iceland, at least), but you'll also experience long days (24 hours of sunlight in late June to early July). If you're looking to save some Icelandic krona, you'll be able to do so in the winter; but those who also wrestle with seasonal affective disorder might reconsider: the sun only peeks out for three or four hours in December and January.

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