The Sun Voyager in Reykjavík, Iceland is a 17 meter long, 2.6 ton stainless steel sculpture intended to inspire the Icelandic people.
Gifted by Germany on the 25th anniversary of reunification, you’ll find a bit of the Berlin Wall in Reykjavik Iceland.
The Monument to the Unknown Bureaucrat in Reykjavik is a satirical take on the numerous bureaucrats who keep the country running.
Set against the backdrop of the Atlantic & snow-capped mountains, the Harpa Reykjavik is one of the most beautiful concert halls in the world.
Iceland’s Geysir Geothermal Field is a stop along the popular Golden Circle Tour. See photos of this beautiful and natural phenomenon at sunset.
101 Hotel Reykjavik, a design hotel in the historic section of the city, offers an experience to refined travellers seeking the extraordinary.
Achieve that bucket list dream and experience the Blue Lagoon Iceland for the very first time. Even better is having an in-water massage.
See photos of one of Iceland’s most popular tourist attractions, the 32-metre-high Gullfoss Waterfall, in winter.
Hótel Borg in Reykjavik is a historic hotel located in the heart of the city, offering a luxurious experience to more refined travellers.