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Soak up nature and Viking history at an Iceland vacation home
With breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and fascinating Viking heritage to discover, Iceland is a unique holiday destination for visitors of all ages. Whether you're travelling alone or with family and friends, Iceland vacation rentals are perfect accommodations, providing you with self-catering facilities, unparalleled privacy, and great local hospitality in some of the country's best locations.
Discover the history and legends of Iceland's Viking warriors
The National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik is an outstanding introduction to Icelandic history and culture, and holds special programs for children. Visitors with an interest in Iceland's Viking history will also enjoy visiting the Reykjavik Marine Museum, the Settlement Exhibition, and Viking World.
Meanwhile, the Saga Museum examines the country's larger-than-life historical figures and ancient legends through lifelike wax figurines and dioramas. Other major cultural attractions include Iceland's National Gallery and National Theatre.
Tips for Travelling in Iceland with Kids
There's no better place to start in the land of fire and ice than the geothermal pools. There are a number of public pools dotted around the capital of Reykjavik, but Laugardalslaug is arguably the most family-friendly. It features an outdoor children’s area, paddling pool, and a couple of water slides.
Another option for an authentic Iceland experience is the waters of the Blue Lagoon, one of the country’s star attractions. Children as young as two years of age are welcome at this spa, famed for its blue waters and soft white mud.
Iceland is famed for its incredible landscape, so don't miss a trip along the Golden Circle route. Marvel at the sheer power of the Gullfoss waterfall, and be wowed by the amazing surging energy of the Great Geysir. After the sun sets, you may be lucky enough to see the shimmering spectacle of the Northern Lights during the winter months.
Your kids will have an unforgettable time whale watching. Tour boats from Reykjavik will bring you to the waters around the capital, home to orcas, dolphins, and whales. Some tours also offer a chance to see the unique-looking puffins that nest along rugged cliffs. Most tours are accessible for all ages.
Iceland has some unique eats, but there may be none more famous here than the humble hot dog. Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur is a legendary Reykjavik landmark, serving tasty ‘pylsur’ smothered in delicious brown mustard from its simple stand for decades. Former US president Bill Clinton and rock band Metallica have been some of the famous visitors to enjoy these local treats.
Iceland's most memorable excursions promise ice and fire
Hiking through Iceland's stunning natural environment is a must-do if you're visiting in the warmer months. One of the country's best day hikes is to Reykjadalur Hot Springs, and walks to Glymur Falls offer spectacular views.
It's also great fun to explore Iceland's coastline on a boat tour, which can include whale watching or take you past the country's rugged fjords. Many visitors to Iceland hope to glimpse the legendary northern lights. Tours escorted by experienced local guides can help you find all the best viewing locations.
Experience Icelandic culture at a local festival
Taking place in Reykjavik each year on June 17th, the National Day of Iceland Festival is a great family-friendly celebration, featuring a parade, street theatre, market stalls, and much more. Other must-see events include the Reykjavik Folk Festival, which showcases traditional and contemporary Icelandic folk music; the Reykjavik Art Festival; and the Food and Fun Festival.
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