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The Ultimate Iceland Travel Guide - The Blonde Abroad


Iceland is the perfect destination for a seasoned travel, a first time solo traveler, or an adventurous family looking to road trip around the island.
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The Blonde Abroad

Read stories about most popular places and destinations in Iceland:
relaxing in Blue Lagoon ponds, driving Golden Circle and Ring Road, diving the Silfra Fissure, hiking Glaciers and , of course, visiting Reykjavik.
Visiting the Blue Lagoon in Iceland

'I’ve now traveled Iceland twice, and the Blue Lagoon has been on my must-do list both times. My last visit was a 10-day road trip along the Ring Road in a camper van, and by the last day, I could not have been more excited to lounge “lagoon-side” and spend the day relaxing at the Blue Lagoon.'

Visiting the Blue Lagoon in Iceland
Diving the Silfra Fissure in Iceland (Þingvellir)

Silfra Fissure isn’t for solo divers. You’ll need to book through one of the many companies that do diving excursions, and a guide will take you out.

Diving the Silfra Fissure in Iceland
Hilton Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Hilton Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Aviv Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Old City, Yerushalaim

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Hilton Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Hilton Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Hilton Beach

in tel Aviv-Yaffa - beautiful city, beautiful people ... en.guide/s/Xy4cnATF
Costa Brava - The spectacular, rugged coast of Spain

The Costa Brava is the northernmost coast of Spain and the province of Catalonia. Costa Brava translates from Spanish as “wild rocky coast”, cliffs, cut by turquoise coves, stretch along the entire coast, creating an amazing and unique landscape. The bottom of the sea sinks rather sharply into the depths, and after a few meters, you will disappear headlong. The Costa Brava begins from the northern Maresma and stretches to the most remote mountain range of the Pyrenees. This part of the Spanish coast is the most popular among tourists from all over the world, it is there that such tourism meccas as Loret de Mar, Playa de Aro, Empuriabrava, and Calea are located.