Day tours in Iceland, Akureyri and Reykjavik

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

We are happy to say that the first snow has arrived, come on, let's play.
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Discoveries of important historical sites

In Reykjavik there have been two unexpected discoveries of the biggest longhouse in Iceland and fully intact quay, that were buried under a parking lot.
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Magma used to create geothermal power for the first time

Iceland have found a way to use magma to create geothermal energy. In a country such as Iceland where geothermal power already makes up to one-third of energy used and around 90% oh houses heated by the same power it is really valuable.
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Iceland's last McDonald’s burger

McDonald’s closed down in 2009 year after financial the financial crash. On October 31st Hejortur Smarason from Reykjavik had heard stories about food from McDonald’s never decaying. He went to McDonald’s for one final burger - not to eat but to conduct a research and keep it and see if it decomposes over time.
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Longest ice tunnel in Europe

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Iceland is rising

It has been a well known fact for a long time that as glaciers melt and become lighter the surface of the Earth rebounds upward as the weight of the ice decreases. Still it is not sure if is caused by past or modern day ice melting.
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Temple for North gods

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Iceland's true beauty

See what Daily mail had to say about Iceland. Day tour from Akureyri, Day tour from Iceland.
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Laugavegurinn pass one of the best hiking trails in the world

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Earthquake at Geysir

Bárðarbunga volcano and Holuhraun eruption site has been in spotlight for a quite while now but in addition to that Iclandic Met Office has reported a earthquake just 10km west of Geysir in Haukadalur.
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