From the powerful eruptions of the Strokkur geyser and the brilliant blues of Bruarfoss Waterfall to the geothermally heated waters of Hrunalaug.
The Golden Circle in Iceland is the most popular tourist route in the country covering roughly 190 miles beginning in Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital.
This will help you plan your trip in a way that suits you best.
It could even be cut down to half a day if you only stop at the 3 major sites.
Laugarvatn Fontana is one of a handful of relaxing geothermal baths along the Golden Circle route in Iceland.
F-roads tend to be more rural, H-roads are also rural but better maintained, and circling most of the country is the famous Ring Road.