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Iceland: Where Fire Meets Ice

Northern lights

Nature's Dazzling Display

The northern lights

The extreme dark of the Icelandic winter has a few perks. Between September and April, people in Iceland are treated to a magnificent natural display: the phenomenon of aurora borealis, or what we commonly call the Northern Lights.

Nature's Blissful Escape

Icelandic Geothermal Baths

IcelandInc Geothermal Baths offer a rejuvenating and immersive experience in natural hot springs surrounded by Iceland's scenic beauty. The baths utilize geothermal energy, providing visitors with therapeutic warmth and relaxation. These baths provide a unique opportunity to unwind and enjoy the healing properties of geothermal waters in a serene and picturesque setting.

Geothermal Baths

Fierce Beauty

Exploring Icelandic Volcanoes

Explore Iceland's volcanoes for an awe-inspiring adventure into captivating landscapes and the raw forces of nature. Witness lava fields, volcanic craters, and active volcanoes, immersing yourself in the geological wonders of the island. It's a thrilling experience for nature lovers and adventurers alike.


Icelandic Coffee Trail

Cafe Babalú

Café Babalú offers a wide variety of beverage options, as well as free refills for black coffees and plenty of choice for cakes and dessert. The café has a somewhat DIY approach to waiting on tables; don’t be surprised to find yourself pouring your own coffee refills, for instance.


Skólavörðustígur 22, 101 Reykjavík

Kaffitar At Perlan -Reykjavik

If you are after great coffee then one of the five cafés or two bakeries run by Kaffitar is a must-visit. They are all about specialty coffee and artisan bread, pastries, and cakes served in a cozy atmosphere.


Öskjuhlíð, 105 Reykjavík

Te & Kaffi -Reykjavik

Named after the product it sells tea and coffee, Te & Kaffi is Iceland’s largest coffee chain with thirteen different cafes across Iceland. They stay true to their main purpose here which is to bring customers the best coffee on the market.


Kringlan, 103 Reykjavík

This project was coded by Kinga Miśkiewicz and is open-sourced on GitHub