So before you begin your trip, here are some tips on what you should know before enjoying summer in Iceland.
If you have never heard of midnight sun, just know that it means more daylight! Summer in Iceland means that you will have longer hours of light to explore.
Iceland in summer is actually fairly warm! People don’t assume this, as the country’s name is literally ICEland, however, summer in Iceland has warmer temperatures.
Lupine flowers are FAMOUS in Iceland. But not for the right reason. First, you can typically tell it is summer in Iceland when you see these tall, purple flowers blooming.
Visit a pool, of course! With those longer hours of daylight and warmer weather, tourists and locals adore relaxing at the pool.