I visited Iceland in August and the best thing about visiting Iceland in summer (except missing the chance to catch the northern lights) was that the sun (almost) never goes down. That’s why I had a 12-hour day touring the Highland Road & Golden Circle: Þingvellir, Gullfoss & Geysir.
So…I wondering what should be my 100th post; and I think it would be great to celebrate it with a compilation of the Cathedrals in Europe ~ 🙂 So it’s a list of my choices of the most “memorable” cathedrals in Europe – They are the top of the list based on its look, its scale or its uniqueness.
A unique feature in Iceland is the waterfalls. Not only they are stunning to look at, but also many of them have fascinating folk mythologies. Waterfalls, in Icelandic, are ‘foss’ – weirdly, many Icelandic folklores are dark and spooky…
The island becomes actively alive in the summer – most public transportation service and sightseeing tour only operates from June to September. It would be a better idea to visit the island during summer time to make the most of the daylight.