Reykjavik seen from the top of Hallgrimskirkja Church during a cruise to Iceland As the epicentre of Icelandic cultural life – and the world’s most northerly capital city – Reykjavik is small, but charmingly formed and buzzes with quirky chutzpah. Nearly half the country’s population reside here, but even so there are barely 123,000 inhabitants, ensuring that the city’s streets remain refreshingly uncrowded. Sun Voyager - Reykjavik harbour While...

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The Sun Voyager statue seen at the Old Harbour in Reykjavik at sunset Iceland cruises are now some of the most popular sailings. Often part of Arctic voyages that also pass through Greenland and the Norwegian fjords, it is little surprise! But Iceland’s popularity isn’t just down to its neighbours – this impossibly beautiful country captivates travellers with stunning scenery, a unique history and one very famous city:...

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Thingvellir National Park Iceland has soared in popularity as a holiday destination. More travellers, intrigued by the country’s otherwordly landscape and the experiences on offer, are crossing the ocean on a wave of adventure. Cruises to Iceland also take in destinations like Amsterdam and the Norwegian fjords, making them perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in...

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