The very name of the country implies that the climate there is not southern at all. And it is exactly what attracts him: he is like the Snow Queen, who looks at you with a cold and penetrating gaze, but allows you to admire her. And you can admire it infinitely: waterfalls, endless rocks, volcanoes, black sand beaches and up to 8 months a year to see the Northern Lights. All this makes Iceland a country with a parallel reality to which everyone dreams of arriving to be able to be happily captured on camera in a yellow pilot with that pacifying scenario in the background.
We believe that dreams should not only come true, they should also be nurtured so as not to lose motivation. And now is the best time to start saving money for a trip to Iceland and then see its beauty with your own eyes. It is definitely worth it.
“My sister rented an apartment in North Iceland for Christmas. This is the view from your window “
I’d have a panic attack in 5 seconds. mrfl3tch3r / Reddit
Until 1987, there were no television broadcasts in Iceland on Thursdays
Icelanders who were born before 1987 joke that they were probably conceived on a Thursday. The fact is that Thursday had been declared the day of interhuman communication, so that people would pay more attention. Therefore, the only channel in the country (at that time) turned off its transmission completely.
Icelanders have a Big Brother analog. And people are not at all ashamed to admit that they see it every night. After all, the main characters are played by cute cats.
Black sand beach in Iceland
“In Iceland you can send a letter without an address, but with a map drawn on the back of the envelope, and it will still reach its destination”
This is because the buildings are so far apart and in such different geographic locations that they are easy to find. The-Daily-Meme / Reddit
Blue Lagoon: geothermal waters that were only opened to tourists in the 1990s
It’s crazy! The lagoon seems the warmest and coldest place on the planet at the same time. obamium-11 / Reddit
Icelanders are lucky: they can see the Northern Lights for 8 months a year
Damn, this is one of the things that I would really like to see sometime in my life. FrayAdjacent / Reddit
Admit it, have you ever thought about traveling to this country?